My 30 Day World Scifi Version #7


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Question #7: What’s your world biggest secret?

Answer:

The closer one gets to the visible source of power, the further away one gets…

My 30 Day World Scifi Version #7


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Question #7: How common are adventuers and Heros in your world?

Answer:

There’s always someone looking for a crew. Some job need doing. If you don’t ask too many questions, and get the job done, there’s always a pay day waiting… And I am to misbehave.
– Captain  M. Reynolds 

My 30 Day World Scifi Version #6

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Question #6: how prevaliant is Magic? Where does it come from?

Answer:

‘I’ve sailed from one side of the Arm to the other. I’ve seen some crazy, wonderful stuff in my time. Stuff that’d make you fill your breeches. Stuff that’d make you believe in the divine. Stuff that’d play with your sanity.’

– Exert from ‘A Sailors Life’, credited to Joesph Yuno, First Mate of the Blue Azure Trader Vessel.

My 30 Day World Scifi Version #5

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Question #5: What event in your world altered its history?

Answer: 

The Acquisition War. 

With the outbreak of the war, it seemed like you couldn’t  throw a stone without finding yourself in the middle of a Battlegroup belonging to one side or the other. Piracy became almost suicidal.

‘In every crisis there’s oppertunites’ is an the old saying, and Ryan took the opportunity to take advantage of the crisis. With fighting raging across every system, there were flotillas of refugees out in the void looking for somewhere safe to harbour out the war…

The plan Ryan made with the other captains was simple. Offer the refugees a safe harbour, and then let them ‘give’ you everything they had, in thanks for their safety, of course…

My 30 Day World Scfi Version #4

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Question #4: Who is the most renowned hero in your world.

Answer:
‘The Lord Admiral’ aye I knew him. The withered husk of an old man leaned forward, his eyes coming alive with the memories of yester years. ‘Sailed under his banner I did’.

‘Never been another Lord Admiral since him, you know that boy’…

The old mans frame shook as he started to chuckle to himself ‘Couldn’t hit the hull of a starship, even if he was docked beside it, and don’t ask him to swing more than a bread knife, or he’ll cut himself. But by the lanes, that man could plan and organise. He could out think, out plan, out tricked all of ’em. All of ’em. Won us the wars, you know that boy’ said the old man as he took a sip of his rum.