This tenspan we take our galactic pilgrimage towards the farther flung and uniquely amalgamated system of Ross 154. The collection of stations that orbit this lone Red Dwarf took a lot longer to bring back into the fold, resulting in a number of unique cultural idiosyncrasies forming around their societies.
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On the 31st of May, all Citizens of Tau Station were invited to the second special online meeting with the Dev team. If you wanted to join, but couldn’t find the time, it’s all right, we expect more meetings like this in the future! Read on to learn what we all talked about…
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The blades of morality swing far and wide on the pendulum of independence of the binary red dwarf system that is L 726-8 A. Three stations dance around the lifeless planetoid of K.Kochansky that itself orbits Luyten 726-8 A. In the distance, Luyten’s binary sibling, UV Ceti, can be seen winking cheekily with its routine flares at all who travel here. Join us for a pilgrimage through stations of vastly different types of people who have made this star system their home.
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The application window for the next Community election is closing soon! If you want to be on the Citizen Council, check out today’s blog to learn more about what to expect in the coming days…
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Calling all Citizens to join us in our second special online event, where you will once again meet the team behind Tau Station and get unique insights into our development plans. This will be the ideal opportunity to share your feedback and ask us questions.
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Not only is playtime decidedly over, but the adults have been expelled from the playground and the children have formed tribes and fashioned crude weapons! Welcome to the Sirius System, Chapter IV of our Galactic Pilgrimage. Here in, as the locals have designated, the Apples of Discord, Freebooting is the name of the game. Law takes a back seat to a hedonism and anarchy that maintains its status-quo by threat of mutually assured destruction.
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Our recent game update includes two new missions, the addition of more characters into the game universe, and both the Security and Cloning Vats pages have been ported to react. Read on for all details.
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In March, we published a huge UI overhaul with desktop version 1.0. As announced in the preview for that major update, Tau Station is getting weekly updates again which brings us to another important step: We want to have the frequent meetings with your Citizen Council again!
So, here we go: Let’s prepare for the next election!
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On the 31st of May, all Tau Station Citizens are once again kindly invited to join a video call with our crew. An opportunity to talk about the next steps for Tau Station, answer any questions and have an open discussion. As a first step, you are asked again to provide your time preferences…
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Our galactic pilgrimage turns to its third chapter, that of Barnard’s Star. Now, we have stepped off the comfort of our front porch, we are no longer even on the relative safety of the pavement. We have moved far from home, things are beginning to get hairy! The two largest members of our gang of humanity, the Consortium and Gaul, warily (and literally) orbit each other from a distance. They keep a narrow-eyed dance on the farthest edges of the system, circling Van de Kamp and sizing each other up. As a result of this, humanity’s first rebellious children in the form of one Freebooter and one Independent station maintain a bemused vigil closer to the center.
Continue reading "Galactic Pilgrimage – Chapter III: Barnard’s Star"