The Celestial Prime Muse Award, also known as the Muse Award or the Muse Writing Award, was a monthly club-wide award issued by Celestial Prime to the author of the log judged to be the best produced within the club during that month.
The commanding officer and first officer of each role-play within Celestial Prime would, each month, select from their role-play the log they deemed best. These logs were forwarded to all the captains within the club who then selected the Muse Award winner.
- November 2003: Anais Adarah of The Noir for In the Still of the Night.
- October 2004: Shane Taggart of The Noir for Where Age Has No Meaning - Part Two.
- March 2005: Shane Taggart, Isabella Valentine, and Trey Onadan of The Noir for And Then There Were None.
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|Role-plays||USS Reaent • USS Tempest • The Noir|
|Players||Penny Boopter • Andrew Downy • Johnathan Hale • Senek Menkara • Fred Michaels • Trey Onadan • Nikolas Renaldi • Shane Taggart • Isabella Valentine|
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