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Protoculturejunkie / today
Expedition to the Galactic Core: Day 10

I left the Norma Arm yesterday and am currently in the Empyrean Straits. I have already found several ELWs and neutron stars as well. As a result of the later, my progress towards Explorer's Anchorage has been significantly boosted. The only trouble I seem to have is sometimes after I plot my course...

Valcatta / yesterday
Arc's Faith

I don't know how I ended up in Arc's Faith, but I guess I never really set a destination so... why not end up here? I left LP 320 and just pointed the ship in this direction. I didn't want to mess with passengers and, I was tired of getting shot at for mining, and, I did promise my mother that I would...

Ouberos / 21 Mar 3305
Broken string

Atroco system. Lasswitz Port. Maintenance area 42. Recycling access corridor number 2 “She getting you to do her dirty work again?” the brutish looking man asked with a grin that jerked his tribal tattoos into a feral rictus. Walking beside him, the smartly dressed figure just shrugged....

Roober the Stroober / 20 Mar 3305
Too Close For Comfort

Well, here I am out past Sagittarius A, swapping time between seeing the sights with some fellow commanders, and actually exploring undiscovered parts of the galaxy for myself instead of surveying R2R routes for other companies. I should digress a little to explain that being over 25k light years...

IntexGaming / 20 Mar 3305
My past adventures... Now I am back. Commanders log #0001

It's been a while since I did a log of my travels in space and that's because I have been away from the pilots seat to pursue other paths but before we proceed any further. I want to tell you a past story of why I left this life to explore another. It all started 3 years ago. I was a new pilot, fresh...
Looking back
21 Mar 3305
Expedition to the Galactic Core: Day 8
20 Mar 3305
Switch Killington
20 Mar 3305
CMND Log 029: En route to Goliath's Rest
20 Mar 3305
Expedition to the Galactic Core: Day 7
Rikki Sixx
19 Mar 3305
There and Back Again - Part II

Galnet news

22 Mar 3305
Cultist Occupation of Starport Continues

Archambault Terminal in the Chun Tstar system remains under threat of nuclear destruction by the Children of Tothos.

Senior Agent Rochelle Karim updated the media:

“Despite the best efforts of our negotiators, the cultists remain in control of the starport and still intend to detonate the Lucifer Device. This 300 megaton weapon is capable of wiping out Archambault Terminal, along with the starport’s entire population.”

“Their leader, Barnabas Cole, has transmitted messages via the starport’s comms array, repeating claims of ‘preparing to bring Tothos’s light to us all’. There is no mention of a deity named Tothos in historical or mythical records, which suggests the faith was recently founded by Cole.”

“Despite this, several civilian ships arrived in the Chun Tstar system over the past few days, attracted by Cole’s sermons and seeking to join the cult. The FIA is monitoring the situation closely.”

21 Mar 3305
Distant Worlds Starport Operational

The first starport constructed in the Galactic Centre region has officially opened its doors.

Explorer’s Anchorage, an Orbis starport, has been built in the Stuemeae FG-Y d7561 system as part of the Distant Worlds II expedition.

Councillor Magnolia Gill, the starport administrator, announced its operational status:

“For the last four weeks we have watched our new home take shape, using materials delivered by many hard-working pilots. Now it spins in the galaxy’s heart, a monument to humanity’s ingenuity.”

“As well as serving as a safe haven for future explorers, Explorer’s Anchorage is a scientific research installation. We hope to learn more about the supermassive black hole at Sagittarius A* and other astronomical phenomena in the Galactic Centre.”

The Distant Worlds II exploration fleet is continuing its journey across the galaxy towards Beagle Point.

16 Mar 3305
Week in Review

Here are this week’s main stories.

The Children of Tothos cult has taken control of Archambault terminal in the Chun Tstar system. Access to most station services has been suspended. It is feared that the cult’s leader, Barnabas Cole, plans to detonate the Lucifer Device as part of an apocalyptic ceremony.

Rackham Capital Investments has appointed Taja Gavaris as its new CFO, following the death of its former financial officer. CEO Zachary Rackham was not involved in Gavaris’s appointment, leading to speculation of a scheme to remove Rackham from the company.

And finally, the Distant Worlds II expedition has gathered the resources required to construct a new megaship and installation in the Stuemeae FG-Y d7561 system. The fleet will now continue its journey towards Beagle Point.

And those are the main stories this week.

15 Mar 3305
Rackham Fatality Creates Power Struggle

Rackham Capital Investments has appointed a new CFO following the death of its former financial officer.

Business analyst Marlon Royce reported on the situation:

“Aaron Salazar was CFO at Rackham Capital Investments from its inception. After a sudden cardiac arrest at the Ivystone Spa proved terminal, the board of directors voted to install Taja Gavaris as his replacement. Little is known of Gavaris outside of her meteoric rise up the corporate ladder.”

“CEO Zachary Rackham was not present at the vote, the CEO has taken a leave of absence to cope with his grief. “The multi-billionaire businessman, also known as ‘Calico Zack’, established the company following a lucrative career as an independent trader, although rumours persist that he actually operated as a pirate.”

“Insiders have speculated that Gavaris’s appointment may be part of a scheme to oust Rackham from the top spot.”


Étienne Brûlé

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Étienne Brûlé (c. 1592 – c. June 1633) was the first European explorer to journey beyond the St. Lawrence River in what is today Canada. Taking the lifestyle of the First Nations peoples, particularly the Hurons, Brûlé became an interpreter and guide for Samuel de Champlain, who later sent Brûlé on a number of exploratory missions. Among his many travels were explorations of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, as well as the Humber River watershed in today's Toronto. In 1629, during the Anglo-French War, he betrayed his friend and patron. Not long after, Brûlé was killed by the Bear tribe of the Huron people.

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