Episode Three: "Phoenix Rising"

Started by Serris, March 22, 2015, 03:00:07 pm

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How would you rate "Phoenix Rising?" Please leave feedback with your vote.

1 - Barely enjoyable. In dire need of improvement.
0 (0%)
2 - Somewhat good. Rough, but it showed promise.
0 (0%)
3 - Competent. The plot was vague, but it worked.
1 (14.3%)
4 - Coherent. Despite a few minor bouts of confusion, the plot was understandable.
2 (28.6%)
5 - Excellent. Little to no problems, very engaging.
4 (57.1%)

Total Members Voted: 7

Voting closed: April 05, 2015, 03:04:00 pm


March 22, 2015, 03:00:07 pm Last Edit: April 05, 2015, 03:57:02 pm by Serris
Sunday, March 29th, 2015 @ 1:00 PM EDT / 5:00 PM GMT

The Phoenix arrived at K-7 and offloaded its transplanted passengers. Unfortunately, before the crew could resume their shore leave, a shockwave rocked everything in the system. Admiral Chen ordered the crew to disembark and investigate the mysterious disturbance at its origins. What awaits them next week, in the Janus system?

LCARS Database references for this episode:
     •     Anomaly: Ionic Subspace Shockwave
     •     Landmark: Deep Space Station K-7


This thread is now dedicated to reviewing the episode. Please post your thoughts here!


I would like to point everyone out to a little guideline

when dealing with 10 or more people on the server, chat boxes get filled in fast.... general rule of thumb is, when dealing with NON-Plot specific chat, use local... it helps keep the plot focused and coherent.

otherwise, it was quite fun


I'd like to hear some feedback on the debut of our insectoid chef. Too over-the-top?


More, please.

(about chef and the episode - which had me on the edge of my seat! not as much as ep2, but it was still very entertaining!)


Chef was good. Karell was sad to lose his sort of kind of friend. :(

Episode overall was quite enjoyable!

Telex Ferra

I felt the episode moved a little slow; not much happened in almost two hours. Serris, I don't think you should be RPing two characters simultaneously when one is required to drive the plot forward. A lot of the scenes with the lieutenant felt awkward as it seemed like you were multiplexing between the plot-essential character and the insecticide chef.

I have to say I did not enjoy this episode as much as the others. Just because I'm playing a strict captain doesn't mean we need to have a crew of drunkards, smugglers, and insubordinate officers.