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June 2014 Post Totals

As part of the ongoing overview of the fleet as a whole, here are the monthly figures for total posts for each ship. This summary will give you an idea of how active the ship is on a month-by-month basis.

Following the decommissioning of the Vigilant, and the subsequent launch of the Victory, simming averages have risen above what they were two months ago. Second only to January this year, the Fleet’s excitement can clearly be seen as our numbers paint a picture of active writers. In the heart of vacation, many writers are finding more time to write, while new members are joining in the fun with clear results.

 

Our next chart gives the number of sims for each ship over the course of June. The Embassy and the Darwin continue strong, coming in with over three hundred sims for the month, while the Atlantis continues their steady midway trend. In fact, almost all ships experienced an increase in sim counts this month, including, and most notably, the newly commissioned Victory, who made a great showing at just over 160 sims for the month. We’re excited about what this overall trend means for next month too. With sim rates on the rise, there’s sure to be something amazing to report next time.


May 2014 Post Totals

As part of the ongoing overview of the fleet as a whole, here are the monthly figures for total posts for each ship. This summary will give you an idea of how active the ship is on a month-by-month basis.

While simming in general has decreased slightly, the fleet remains active as we head into the summer. As many people head into end-of-school-year activities and the first weeks of summer vacation, simming averages continue to remain steady. Though down slightly from the month before, sim averages place each ship at simming only 16 less than in April.

Our next chart gives the number of sims for each ship over the course of May. The effects of short LOAs and busier than normal lives is readily seen in this month’s post totals, as all but one ship simmed fewer sims this month than last. For some, this was a dramatic drop as the USS Vigilant crew said their goodbyes and prepared to move over to their new assignments on the Embassy and the Victory. As things settle, and the summer continues, the promise of more sims and some new amazing stories is sure to offer everyone something to remember.


April 2014 Post Totals

As part of the ongoing overview of the fleet as a whole, here are the monthly figures for total posts for each ship. This summary will give you an idea of how active the ship is on a month-by-month basis.

With the decommissioning of the USS Tiger-A, the fleet is now looking slightly leaner at 8 ships, but enthusiasm has not been dampened, as the total of SIMs submitted in April was only 17 less than the amount sent in during March! After losing a ship, this is a great sign that the community are banding together and getting stuck in so thanks to everyone for your contributions! As a result, the average number of SIMs per ship rose by 20 from last month:

 March 2014 Post Totals

Our next chart gives the number of sims for each ship over the course of April. Some ships have seen a massive increase in post totals and there has been a general upward trend in SIM rates across the board. It looks like we’re on the road to recovery after a slower than usual March, and if things continue to speed up at the rate they are then we’re in for a phenomenal May.

 March 2014 Post Totals


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