I've only experienced ST:AF alone, and only for the last few years, but I can catagorically say I'll never be a part of something greater in terms of SRPs - this peak will never be hit again, it feels like.
Being one of the relatively new guys on the block, I didn't expect to make a big dent into the overarching story, or become so integral into a whole plot-arc, and for that I cannot thank Grizz enough. It must've taken a lot of trust to put such an important emphasis on a relatively new character, new roleplayer (to TLO), and for that I thank you. It immediatly imparted upon me the fact that while nobody is truly safe, every roleplayer is important to the story, and to the showrunner. The plotdevice that my character became was honestly daunting, because I knew this SRP was of top-shelf quality, and afraid I wouldn't be up to the task. But it also allowed me to really develop my character beyond what I could've ever imagined, and gave McClintock real demons to wrestle with, and moral quandries that still make me wonder 'what if'. It was the most fun I'll ever have on an SRP, and that's all down to the showrunner, and her willingness to make me such a big part of an entire season, and even more. I think we all grew, as people, by playing a character here, no matter how big or small.
The only regret I have is that I wasn't a part of this amazing group of roleplayers - of stories and wonder, or conspiracy - from the very beginning.
While Accobar has fallen, I feel it will live on in our hearts, and the SRP will always continue, in our heads, and dreams.