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  1. This takes place the next day after the end of the last sim. Mimi entered the holding area where the gremlin was at, with chocolate energy bars and a PADD. As she approached the cell where the ‘visitor’ was at, it just looked at her. She pulled one of the energy bars off the stack she had and it seemed to get excited at the treat. Mimi looked at her PADD, laying the chocolate energy bar down; and tried to communicate with gremlin via sign language alphabet. She signed “Do you like these bars,” to the creature. It signed back to her “Yes.” Mimi smiled and finally had a way to communicate with him. She placed the bar in-between the two as a sign that he will get it when they’re finished. She signed to the gremlin, “Are you alone on this station?” He replied “No.” “Do you know how many there are,” Mimi signed. The gremlin signed, “enough.” Mimi stopped the conversation after the smell started to pick up. She asked the security officer to lower the force field long enough for her hand the gremlin the energy bar. Then she left security to go change and file a report on her findings.
  2. New players are accepted. The Academy's are no longer avaliable. You can observe the sims that fit your time and talk with Game Masters (GM's).
  3. The Vladivostok. It seemed to Mimi that the ship would come back to bite her in the rear. She remembered the day the Vladivostok crew arrived. They were malnourished, ill and some had died; and to top it off, Mimi was the one in charge of the station at the time. So, when Captain d’Ka had handed her the metal with USS Vladivostok inscribed on it, her reaction was understandable. Now, she knew the aliens who tended to the crew of the Vladivostok, are the same ones they just made contact with. Also, with the void area of space, they seem to be interested in it and are willing to work with us on it. The question Mimi has: what will the effects be if our crew is around them for long periods of time rather than the short periods time they have spent with us?