At long last, we are on our way to Beagle Point, the final stop on this months-long journey that has revealed so much about so many things in this universe. The fleet is scattered, pilots traveling at their own pace. There does not appear to be any ceremonies planned for when everyone gets there, though I am sure people will gather to make their own celebration. Myself, I will likely spend a few days there, meeting and greeting people and repairing my ship for the voyage back to the bubble -- or Colonia, at the very least. I long to be reunited with the Bahamut
, but it's likely that it will take me a while to get back to Jameson Memorial. We have much to do once we return.
Currently, we are 190 jumps from Beagle Point, making a pit stop in the Seldowitch Nebula to supercharge the FSD. There is a severe lack of neutron stars this far out, not that I missed experiencing malfunctions after a dozen or so neutron jumps that forced me to stop and repair. AFMU is still more than 50% (I've lost track honestly, but surely more than half remains) and still got a cargo hold full of repair limpets, so I've got nothing to worry about. I look forward to the end of the long expedition.