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Best of Cynosure 2019 Awards

Post by Ella2 6 » Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:22 am

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Preface

Greetings! Welcome to the Best of Cynosure 2019 Awards, a set of awards recognising excellence in role-playing! Cynosure is a vibrant and supportive community and we hope that these awards will inspire all role-players to continue developing and improving their unique minds and styles of writing.

Nominations

The nomination deadline is the 14th of January 2020, 23:59 UTC-12:00. Please submit your nomination(s) before then! Nominations, for this year only, can include any post made in 2018 or 2019. You may not, under any circumstances, nominate yourself or your work else risk disqualification from this year's awards. Serious misconduct will result in a permanent ban from all future awards as well. All nominations must use the nominations form located at the bottom of this post.

You may request other role-players and guests to consider nominating you or one of your works. When asking others, you may only supply them the material you wish to be nominated. It is up to them to decide if you or your work has merit, in what aspects and, thus, which category is most suitable.

Please do not pester other role-players or guests to nominate or vote for you. These awards are a recognition of excellence in role-playing, not a popularity contest. For this reason, categories which do not recognise merit, talent or distinction in role-playing will not be included in these awards.

Judges

The judges are self-nominated volunteers who will narrow down the nominees of each category until only three (3) remain. Everyone, judges, nominees, role-players and guests alike, will then vote on which of these three (3) are the most deserving of the award. The winner of the public poll will then be officially presented the award of their category. Judges may not participate in the judging of categories in which they were nominated.

Judges will have a full week until the 21st of January 2020, 23:59 UTC-12:00 to narrow down the nominees of each category until only three (3) remain. Public polling will continue throughout the remainder of the month until the 31st of January 2020, 23:59 UTC-12:00. The winners will be announced on the 1st of February 2020 after all votes are counted up.

Due to the limited amount of time, judges will only review nominations based on what is written in the nomination forms. If the judges find something remarkable that was not included in the nomination form then this cannot be included in their final judgement. However, they may still nominate the work for honourable mentions.

Awards

The Awards are broken down into four (4) groups:
  • Best Roleplayers
    • Best All-Around Player
      Most Involved Player
      Most Improved Player
      Best Worldbuilder
      Best Species Concept
      Best Nation Concept
      Best Thread Master
  • Best Roleplaying Threads
    • Best All-Around Thread
      Best Role-playing Thread Premise
      Best First Contact Thread
      Best Military Thread
      Best Culture Thread
  • Best Roleplaying Posts
    • Best All-Around Post
      Best First Contact Post
      Best Military Post
      Best Culture Post
  • Best Roleplaying Characters
    • Best All-Around Character
      Best National Leader
      Best Military Leader
      Best Protagonist
      Best Antagonist
Categories will not run until there is a minimum of four (4) unique eligible nominees. Feel free to suggest your own categories! However, please keep in mind that the Awards are for excellence in role-playing. Your proposed categories must allow nominees to demonstrate their creative talents in order to be considered for the Awards.

Honourable Mentions

Nominations (posts especially) considered exceptionally well written by the judges will be canonised into the Exceptional Cynosure Role-Playing Posts thread and the creators of these fine works will receive the titles of:

(Category) Wordsmith for writing.

(Category) Worldsmith for worldbuilding.

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(Please justify your nomination here and support it with evidence by providing a link to the relevant post. You may include more than one piece of evidence to support your nomination. Evidence must be supplied when nominating a post or a character. When nominating a player or a thread, not including evidence is acceptable but it may be harder for the judges to score.)

(If you have more nominations, please place them in the same post. Please use the same format as your first nomination for all following nominations. If you would like to nominate the same player, thread, post or character for multiple categories using the same evidence, then please list all the categories you would like to nominate them for, followed by the evidence.
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Re: Best of Cynosure 2019 Awards

Post by Ella2 6 » Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:23 am

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Re: Best of Cynosure 2019 Awards

Post by Ella2 6 » Wed Nov 27, 2019 12:23 pm

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I would like to nominate Kyoki Chudoku for Best Worldbuilder because:

Kyoki has demonstrated an amazing ability to flesh out a multitude of unique(ly grotesque) and completely alien species and their societies through the creation of races such as the Volzhkerix, the Eriaroon, the Vordekai, the Hekkathi, and the Enyo, and their societies such as the Supercommunity of Tariat, the Eriaroon Eugenic Republic, and the Vordekai Continuum.

I would like to nominate Phorcys for Best Worldbuilder because:

Like Kyoki, Phorcys has also demonstrated the ability to flesh out multiple unique(ly grotesque) and completely alien species and their societies through the creation of races such as the Oizys, the The Great Ones, and the Ecdysite and their societies such as the The Confederation of Swarms and also the The Church of Autology which is an interesting spin on the AI worshiped as gods in a post-apocalyptic world trope.
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Re: Best of Cynosure 2019 Awards

Post by Ella2 6 » Thu Nov 28, 2019 6:03 am

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I would like to nominate 0117771-Kinguard for Best All-Round Character because:

0117771-Kinguard's character arc in The Light After the Dark (LAD) has been an extraordinary exploration of an alien being's personal struggle with a deep founded conflict of loyalty between the immediate family and their concept of lineage as well as the struggle to overcome their own cowardice.

Starting with Phorcys' first post in LAD, we witness a situation wherein 0117771-Kinguard is disempowered and continually notice his distinct lack of proactive agency throughout the thread. In the second post, we begin to see definitive proof of this, such as the following excerpt:
Phorcys wrote:
Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:59 pm
0117771 tracks it expertly with his microfusion thrower as it bears down on his brood - the ungainliness of the heavy weapon mitigated by the low G - but the 56% failure rate blares in his mind. He wills himself to be bold - for Phonotaxis - but he cannot take the shot.

"0117940!" he stridulates instead to a lesser brood-sibling, who grips dead 0118860's thrower with trembling pereiopods. The oizys saved the weapon from 0118860-Kinguard's dismembered corpse - and earned himself a most unwanted promotion to the position for it. "You fire!" 0117771 tells him.
We are then introduced to 0117771-Kinguard's conflicting loyalties, first to his immediate superior then to his entire clan. This theme is repeatedly explored throughout the RP again and again. Of particular note is how 0117771-Kinguard's flaw (cowardice) is made meaningful because it interferes with his ability to achieve his goal, something which more roleplayers should strive towards.
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Re: Best of Cynosure 2019 Awards

Post by Kyoki Chudoku » Thu Nov 28, 2019 7:31 am

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I would like to nominate Ella2 6 for Best Thread Master because:

Coordinating many players in a thread is hard immense challenge. Ella has taken on a vast number of players in her roleplay thread The Light After the Dusk, which also has an OOC thread. This is one of the largest threads in the community, with many individuals involved and a format that requires the OP to act as a form of game-master to ensure all is on track and to provide each player with respective challenges and objectives. As a result, Ella has shown an exceptional ability in managing such an undertaking, making her worthy of this nomination.

I would like to nominate Phorcys for Best Worldbuilder because:

Phorcys has produced an astounding number of alien societies, ranging incredibly in their realisation. Most notorious are the oizys, infamous for their brutal ways and their paradoxical strength and fragility. But while they are a fascination, as is their unique society, it is also essential not to overlook other contributions. The grim portrait of a deathless yet empty future represented by the Church of Autology. The stellar behemoths then roam the stars in the forms of the Great Ones. And the glimpses of past terrors found in the post-apocalyptic Bronze Age of the ecdysites. Forever coming up with new and alien ways of thinking, it is only fair that Phorcys be recognised as a juggernaut of worldbuilding, and one who has proven his dedication to the art through considerable editing of posts in the past to reflect realisations about the nature of his creations.

I would like to nominate Xah for Best Worldbuilder because:

Xah has an exceptionally difficult task when it comes to developing the world. Not does he possess several unique alien species such as the eponymous Xahians, Morthanveld, Triskelions and Onqa, (not to mention portrayal of other races in more minor roles, such as the Ghalimi), but he also has the exotic challenge of controlling the Owners, and therefore being responsible for much of the crafting of laws, functions, regulations and aesthetics of the Nexus. As this is the central location for interaction between clients, and as he portrays not only very fleshed-out species and civilisations (Morthanveld Polity, Triskelion Republic of Khmet, Onqa Moot, but also various other clients who take part in first contact scenarios, I think it only fair to offer Xah a nomination when it comes to the art of building worlds.

I would like to nominate 0409334-Biologer for Best Antagonist because:

A character originating from the Oizys First Contact thread, the East Isthmian oizys 0409334-Biologer stood out from his compatriots by virtue of his focus on the oizys race as a whole. Considering others his mind-kin, he confessed in his thoughts he would be proud to be kill-mated by a prime Meridian specimen, so his death-progeny maybest serve the swarm.
Even if violence were to occur, he does not fear fatality at the ovipositor of such an excellent specimen. By the principles of natural selection he will then have been rightfully bested, and even in death his nourishing organs will still serve the Confederation in the corpse nurseries. He is not afraid because unlike the others he has a goal beyond merely his own satisfaction and survival. His mind is focused on the mission ahead, the culmination of his work. He has given his lifespan to the enhancement of the oizys species, and they will not be out-competed now by foreign predators from beyond the sky. Whatever these aliens are, he will observe them. He will discern their weaknesses. And he will find a way to kill them. The undisciplined hunger of these oizys will not be allowed to detract from this goal.
He examined aliens for weakness, probing them with fear at first- and yet soon came to believe that their placid worlds led them to weakness, perhaps the first oizys to see aliens as dysgenic softworlders.
0409334-Biologer’s first reaction is a sense of profound wrongness. Of course these aliens have advanced so far with no obstacles in their way! But in the time a Mitaku could draw a single breath his conflicting thoughts have resolved into a steeled contempt.

When the anomalous craft was first detected in orbit, he thought his lifespan's work in ruins. All his efforts to perfect the oizys genome wasted before the unimaginable might of the alien. He imagined the oizys species as endemic organisms on an isolated island chain, lording their superiority over what they thought was the world until predators washed up on their shore.

But in fact, the reverse is true. The oizys are the superior predators, now unleashed upon the cosmos by the foolish probing of these aliens, and in the new evolutionary battleground, the Mitaku will be the first to go extinct.

"This one thanks T'tu for information exchange" he clicks coldly.
However, the experience of first contact left him bitter. Once respected at his post, he was diminished to an outcast overseeing a remote covert observation colony. Having once coldly assessed the weaknesses of aliens, he found himself perturbed by the anomaly of eusociality, the only oizys with the foresight to predict how this enigmatic paradigm threatened their understanding of superiority in the cosmos. And yet, on his mission to engage in diplomacy, he was brutally wounded by a Meridian. In his latest thoughts, he instead expressed pride in the innovative potential of a Westerner- echoing the sentiment that in death, he is proud to have been bested by a superior specimen than himself.
So often he had reprimanded the Vivisector's inflexibility, his inability to theorise, to deduce anything more than the base facts from his investigations. But 0409334 too has failed to circumvent the confines of his conditioning - never imagining that the answers might not be secrets to be gleaned only through specimens and study, but information an altgenic alien might willingly share.

So many orbital periods he dedicated to honing the depths of the Meridian's - and his own hyper-specialised dysfunction. When if there ever was a future for oizyskind it was west. If he is to be mated by the Kin-Leaguer the moment the warren's pressure-lock is sealed, then perhaps - it is some comfort - perhaps his death-progeny will be capable of thoughts he never was.
For the complexities of his character, as well as clear indications of a changing mindset- yet one always assessing weakness, always determined to eliminate any threat if possible- I think it sensible to grant him the title of Best Antagonist.

I would like to nominate Oizys First Contact for Best First Contact Thread because:

The oizys are a challenging species to work with in many respects. So inhuman, with brutal sadism (not to mention traumatic molestation) embedded into the foundation of their society. That such a concept can come across as a mature exploration of irreconcilable worldviews and the way in which a single catalyst can spark global chaos is incredible. This thread had several difficult responsibilities in establishing not just the oizys, but the Nexus reaction to them. With detailed worldbuilding, a complex plot, multiple character perspectives (both in terms of oizys and in terms of onlookers), and great success in establishing the nature of a fascinating inhuman view on reality, I believe this RP is fit to be classified as one of the Best First Contact Threads, setting an exceptional standard for the genre.
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Eriaroon | Eriaroon Eugenic Republic | The abyssal cephalopods who believe that reality is the afterlife
Vordekai | Vordekai Continuum | The withering organ-harvesters who seek perfection
Hekkathi | The symbiotic misotheistic pacifists at the end of a rogue world’s lifespan
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Re: Best of Cynosure 2019 Awards

Post by Ella2 6 » Thu Nov 28, 2019 9:53 am

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I would like to nominate the Vordekai for Best Species Concept and Best Nation Concept because:

While the concept of space prawns or space lobsters with serious anger management issues is nothing worth mentioning in and of itself, the Vordekai are distinguished by the genetic condition of the Rot, or, more specifically, how they combat it.

The Rot is a genetic affliction that causes an individual's entire body to wither away, ultimately leading to what would basically classify as the Vordekai's version of total organ failure, followed by death. The Vordekai are unique in that their society has learnt to persist through this problem by adopting an organ-harvesting streak, replacing their rotting organs with new ones scavenged from any and all available sources. This fundamental biological demand drives their entire civilisation.

I would like to nominate the Oizys for Best Species Concept and Best Nation Concept because:

Balls of pure hate with eldritch tentacles. Enough said.

Oizys are that one problem child threatening to stab the other kids with pencils at the back of the classroom while the rest of the Nexus Council learns about algebra. Balls of pure hate with eldritch tentacles and a murderous lust for black lymph, the Oizys have deservedly earned themselves a reputation for being the physical manifestation of the Universe's disappointment in the human race.

Loyal only to their immediate family - since presumably the ones that engaged in inbreeding became weakened enough by genetic defects that they were exterminated by stronger clans over the years - the Oizys wage endless wars against their own kind to secure food, resources, and prisoners to kill-mate in murder-lust, literally making them the worst degenerates in Nexus history.
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Re: Best of Cynosure 2019 Awards

Post by Phorcys » Thu Nov 28, 2019 3:05 pm

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I would like to nominate Kyoki Chudoku for Best Worldbuilder because:

Kyoki's nations arrive on the scene with fully formed histories designed perfectly for role-playing - full of ancient rivalries, tenuous alliances and simmering conflicts, military, spiritual and ideological. Every one suggests a diverse and unique plethora of roleplaying ideas that would only be possible with them. The serene and intricate order of the Volzhkerix and the ruthless competition of the Vordekai have already provided opportunities, and recent additions only up the ante, perpetually pushing the boundaries of what is alien on Cynosure while still providing RPable concepts. A species of gargantuan, immobile filter feeders must be a first, and yet the uniquely conceived pacifist misotheism of the Hekkathi will surely be the grounds for fascinating diplomatic RPs to come. As must the hellish beliefs of the Eriaroons, and the inescapable sadism of the Enyo. There is no roster of clients so varied and yet so deeply fleshed-out. The grotesque spore artworks are icing on an excellent cake.


I would like to nominate Xah for Best Worldbuilder because:

The fundamental conceit of the Nexus is what brought me to Cynosure in the first place. The framework that the Nexus construct and the Owners provide is so damn clever because it allows every flavour of sci-fi that people enjoy to co-exist peacefully in the same roleplay community, without any need for argument over setting. I personally tend towards harder sci-fi and as a rule all my clients are STL, and yet because of the Nexus setting they're able to do so much more than they would in any other, interacting with myriad alien species in grand space opera style all while retaining their more grounded trappings. The Nexus is brilliant because it allows everyone to be involved, whether they use magic, or FTL, or have universes so hard a spacecraft doesn't exist as there's no economic incentive for it, all without turning the setting into a kitchen sink.



I would like to nominate The Light After Dusk for Best All-Around Thread because:

This one should be uncontroversial. In a sense it's Cynosure's flagship RP, having more community involvement than any other. The story is an excellent contrivance for allowing many of the Nexus' biggest clients to all RP together - while at the same time providing the perfect entry-point for new, previously unused or unseen nations to be brought to the table. The preparation that goes into it, in terms of maps, mission assignments and so on are keeping combat well sequenced and the narrative moving. The looming, overarching story of the ghoul-tech at the heart of the RP is not only a fascinating premise, it also provides many a client with an ulterior motive for their service on Gleam, always good for guaranteeing juicy internecine conflict in the player group. It's just getting underway now with the first major combat operation about to begin, but the amount of characterisation, development and preparation that's already gone into it over five pages will make for a truly remarkable thread I'm sure, and certainly one deserving of this nomination.



I would like to nominate the Qorsikan Factbook for Best Culture Post because:

I love it's unique stylistic conceit, that it shows and doesn't tell by being a story in itself. Pretty much all factbooks are written, perhaps necessarily, from a vague, ill-defined nth perspective that throws up its hands and says things are unknowable mysteries, but at the same time knows every intimate detail of a species' internal sexual biology. Qora's Factbook is an actual fictional document, available to all other clients, as it is to the reader, in a public display in the Nexus
Qora wrote:Right next to the Qorsikan Embassy on the nexus sits a kiosk with several bookshelves and a pedestal. On that pedestal holds Her Words in the original Qorsikan script. The manuscript is currently guarded heavily behind a thin screen of plasma and daily a single page is turned. The text itself is difficult to translate as the proper nouns most often keep being translated to "Her."

The unmanned kiosk prominently displays a tome that calls itself "Her Peoples and you." The bookshelves stand adjacent to it and are filled with copies of the same tome meticulously translated into every language that a client of The Nexus would speak.
It's immensely entertaining for the stage to be set even for reading a factbook. The bulk of it is related by a Qorsikan priest, who serves the purpose of providing the factbook entry on first contact and providing the context of Qora's place in the Nexus - but he does so in the process railing against the arrogance of the Owners. The fictional conceit works perfectly.

Most entries on Nexus Gates, including mine, begin: 'the Nexus Gate is situated...'

Qora's begins:
Qora wrote:"Her enemies are vast and numberless. They build great works and temples dedicated to their hubris and idolatry."
Immediately conveying without a word of nth person exposition that the Nexus is seen by the Qorsikan people not as a new frontier or an established conveyance either, but as a sea of hostile, unknowable enemies. It also tells us that the Qorsikan Nexus Gate, that thing which for most clients represents the centre of their new world, is seen by Qora only as a profane monument to alien arrogance, and perhaps secretly of Qorsikan shame.

Writing a factbook like this must have been much harder than a typical wiki-style one, but it pays off by being an immensely enjoyable read that can wring so much out of many fewer words.



I would like to nominate Ella2 6 for Best Thread Master because:

The Light After Dusk is her idea, and has been conceptualised and executed incredibly well, with her posts expertly keeping track of a lot of players and a lot of moving pieces. The conceit of working as mercenaries under Ellian command is an excellent one, allowing for her to keep tight control over what players are doing, where they are, and where they're going. That kind of cohesion is essential for a multi-player RP like this one to keep its focus and stay engaging. It's the most successful Cynosure RP for a reason.



I would like to nominate the Volzhkerix for Best Species Concept and Best Nation Concept because:

It's a deceptively simple concept with vast, multi-layered depths. We've all seen eusocial bug aliens before, right? But what in the hands of a less creative writer might have been just another alien hive is instead a sprawling re-imagination of civilisation from its roots, the relationship of individual to individual. The nature of a eusocial society has been examined in incredible detail, with an intricate interplay of castes that all serve distinct political purposes. These have been extrapolated from their ancestral biological functions rather than just being un-imaginatively rooted in them, and the result is that a wide variety of different cultures, social structures and ideologies can be naturalistically derived from their alien biology, giving a sense of organic verisimilitude to their civilisation unlike any other. They manage to feel both very human and utterly alien at the same time.


The Oizys of the Confederation of Swarms
A dysfunctional kratocracy of hyper-sexual hermaphrodites

Post-Humanity and the Church of Autology
A transhumanist cult of precursor worshipping evangelists

The Great Ones of the Cryojovian Volume
An advanced post-civilisational race of solitary space nomads

The Ecdysite of the Heterarchy
A post-apocalyptic bronze-age tribe plagued by the resurrected monsters that haunt their DNA

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