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Terran Stellar Navy 42nd Space Fleet

This is an update for the upcoming fleet game scheduled on April 19, 2020 at 20:00Z for 3 hours. We hope the crews from the 9th and 42nd fleet will be able to attend again.

Given the on going global health crisis. Local, provincial and federal health officials have ordered no one is to convene in one physical location in a group publicly. Our combined efforts to flatten the pandemic curve is essential to our health and safety.

On April 5th, 2020, seven ships went into active duty and defended our star bases from enemy forces. This joint forces operations included people from across Canada, USA and Europe for the first time.

Registration for the 9th and 42nd fleet will close on Friday, April 17th, 2020. Be sure to chat with your crews and register as soon as possible to secure a ship slot on the server. Registration is open to all international crews effective immediately.

This is the time to reach out to people within your community and check in on them, ask them if they need anything that you can help do in a safe way. I look forward to playing with everyone this April.

Click on your ship name below to register:

Fleet Game Date and Time is
Sunday, April 19th, 2020, 20:00Z for 3 hours.

The TSN 9th Space Fleet:

The TSN 42nd Space Fleet:
 TSN-Bluenose III

The MSN Space Fleet

We will close registration as soon as we have eight ships confirmed.

RAdm. David Trinh
TSN 42nd Fleet, 1st Battle Squadron
On Sunday, April 5th, 2020, the following seven ships with crews from across north America and Europe came together to hold off hegemony forces by playing Artemis, a cooperative space ship bridge simulator game. This game was designed to be played in person, on a local area network. However, given the current global orders to shelter-at-home or stay-in-place, the general community convened together online to socialize and play this cooperative spaceship simulation.

Commanding officers for each ship performed valiantly and in the end, had a an amazing time playing online altogether for this first time from their homes. Rounding up a crew is one of the most challenging aspects of social cooperative gaming. The fleet thanks each Commanding officer for bringing their crews online.

There were three twitch streams broadcasting from different bridges during the mission, clips of the game are still coming in and will be shared in future correspondence.

Special thanks to our Nebula Engineers for ensuring both the communications and game server operated within acceptable parameters. This would not be possible without their expertise and dedication to these scaled up games. Furthermore, to the people who staffed the Combat Information Centre, your ability to keep an eye and check in on all ships during the mission was vital to the mission. Managing over 40 officers serving in a fleet is no easy task.

On behalf of the TSN 9th and 42nd Fleet, we thank each officer for their service and look forward to the next fleet game.

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If you and your crew can't make it after we've confirmed your slot on the server, send a message right away to us so we can open your slot for other communities on the wait list. The Artemis server can only host eight ships at a time.

Do you know of other Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator crews who would like to join in our fleet training and missions? If so, forward them this newsletter and get them in touch with us.

Once again, thanks again for your interest and willingness to participate in this attempt to coordinate and operate an eight ship fleet game. If you do not wish to receive anymore communications regarding this, select the unsubscribe link below.

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