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Star Trek: Andromeda | Text-Based Role-playing in the 25th Century

HOW TO JOIN

"Welcome. You've made an excellent choice. You're obviously a person of impeccable taste. You are about to embark on a remarkable journey."

-- VOY, "Author, Author"

If you are interested in joining the Andromeda Fleet, you should first register an account with the Federation Sim Fleet; when that registration has been confirmed, you can create your character. Make sure you have selected "Star Trek: Andromeda" as your first-choice sim during the character creation process. After you have submitted your bio, you will be approved by the FSF Personnel Director and from that point you will be able to begin attending STA sims in-character.

Before applying and participating, please make sure you are familiar with the FSF rules and regulations, and be sure the Odyssey has a position open in your desired department. Our currently open positions are:

DepartmentPosition
MedicalAssistant Medical Officer
ScienceAssistant Science Officer

After you have been approved by FSF Personnel, you should also register with the Andromeda forums.

If you are interested in attending a sim as a spectator to determine whether you want to join, or have any other questions about how the sim works, visit our chat room during the sim's time slot (9:30-10:30 PM EST) or contact the GMs via e-mail or AIM.

Members of Star Trek: Andromeda are expected to be enthusiastic, serious roleplayers interested in developing their characters and the sim as a whole. The game is designed for adult participants and is rated PG-13 according to FSF's rating system.

We hope to hear from you soon. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

RECENT RECOGNITION


Throughout Andromeda's history, Andromeda and its players have been occasionally recognized by other simming organizations for our quality. Recent such awards include:

ANDROMEDA AWARDS SYSTEM


Occasionally the Andromeda GMs will present players with awards for in-character accomplishments or out-of-character contributions. These are listed with each players name on the roster and also listed here.

Gameplay Awards

Andromeda Contribution Award: OOC award, given to all members currently on the crew when the sim is recognized for a major award.

Andromeda Writing Award: OOC award, given to a member who produces a particularly deep, thoughtful, or character-building log, or devotes a great deal of log time towards forwarding a particular storyline.

Andromeda Service Award: OOC award, given to a player who has contributed greatly to a plotline or plotlines

Andromeda Merit Award: IC award, given to a character who has gone above and beyond the call of duty.

Andromeda Valor Award: IC award, given to characters injured or showing distinct bravery in the line of duty

Andromeda Excellence in Service Award: IC award, given to a character whose actions in sim have saved the lives of fellow members of the crew.

Attendance Awards (FSF-wide)

FSF Good Conduct Medal (Platinum): Community OOC award, given for attendance at 100 sims.

FSF Good Conduct Medal (Gold): Community OOC award, given for attendance at 75 sims.

FSF Good Conduct Medal (Silver): Community OOC award, given for attendance at 50 sims.

FSF Good Conduct Medal (Bronze): Community OOC award, given for attendance at 25 sims.

FSF Meritorious Service Medal (Bronze): Community OOC award, given for attendance at 150 sims.

FSF Meritorious Service Medal (Silver): Community OOC award, given for attendance at 300 sims.

FSF Meritorious Service Medal (Gold): Community OOC award, given for attendance at 500 sims.

FSF Meritorious Service Medal (Platinum): Community OOC award, given for attendance at 1000 sims.

FSF Jamaica Medal for Stamina: Community OOC award, given for outstanding attendance to a live chat sim (on Andromeda, awarded for attending 50 consecutive games).