Task Force 72 | October 2020 Report

Written Bydulac
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Remember, remember, the fifth of November, for Rear Admiral Minawara reported First. 

October was a chaotic month for many, I know many of the Task Force saw LOA’s, shifts in player numbers, and overall a wild arrangement of traffic. Many people had real life take its toll, and stress rise. But we also saw some fun Halloween themed posts created, some fun stories crafted, and all around great numbers from most of the Task Force. We have a couple stragglers, but nothing we can’t address quickly, and none so much that I am truly concerned about the outcomes. 

November looks good, and there is absolutely nothing that could cause stress this November for anyone, so all will be good, and we have nothing to worry about. 

Arrivals and Departures

This doesn’t have a better place, so under the ruse of a departure and an arrival it shall go. After discussions with the CO of SB621, Captain David has decided to change sims. Moving from the massive form of the Stardock class, to a more comfortable form of a Seabase. There are still details to be finalized, but I am personally looking forward to borrowing some beachfront property for a beautiful vacation home- I mean, for a place to keep all of my reports in one nice easy place. 



The USS Tesla is also undergoing restructuring, and will be relaunched shortly with a new mission profile, but the same Captain. A busy month for us for sure. 


Our current numbers: 

Active Sims: 10

RIO: 0

Total Posts (SPM): 234

Average Posts per Player: 2.3


This month, with all the trials and tribulations that we have seen has seen us come out stronger than we went into it. Our posting numbers remains about the same, but overall we saw an increase in posting metrics! Which is a good uptick for the TF in general. From what I am seeing, this should indicate an upwards trend for most the sims in our group, and I have high hopes for what November holds. 

A special congrats to Eagle for moving out of RIO into regular operations. 

Open Positions in the Fleet

Flight Control

Chief Flight Control Officer -USS Nightingale

Strategic Operations

Chief Strategic Operations Officer – USS Vesta


Chief Counselor -USS Nightingale

Heads of medical departments -USS Nightingale


Chief Diplomatic Officer -USS Andromeda

Unit of Merit

None this month. The numbers were too close, the stories too good, and the metrics did not lead for anyone. 


November promises to be an exciting month for a great number of reasons. I’ll leave all of those to you to decide for what they will bring excitement. There is little more left to say, so I shall leave it at this: I am proud to be working beside all of you, and cannot wait to finish this year strong and begin anew in 2021.

Should you have questions or concerns, you may reach me via email at [email protected], or should you need Commodore Saulitis, she can be reached via [email protected]. Thank you all, and safe simming.