Greetings and salutations citizens, today I had the chance to meet with Zamaro from The Eldritch Nation. Usually, I would describe my travels to reach my destination but, for this interview, things were a bit…different. How different? I was asked to sign an NDA in a room without windows by a grim faced man. I would like to say the two men behind my chair weren’t as threatening, but I wasn’t allowed to look at their faces. The Eldritch Nation is an organisation that has its feet firmly planted in military doctrine. As such, the NDA was just the first process in a month long series of processes to check my background to see if posed a security risk. I say a month long, because that’s how long I was aware that my Alioth Defence Force sticker was missing from my door.
Hello again everyone,
For this article I had the chance to sit down and have a nice chat with FleetAdmiralCoke from the Terran Union.
Lucky for me the Terran Union has an embassy on Alioth so my travelling time was minimal. I only had to take an outgoing shuttle to reach my destination, which wasn’t exactly cheap truth be told. I think these shuttle rats have figured out that they can ask extortion level prices for their tickets. There is definitely room for some friendly competition in the shuttle business, or a hostile take over.
There I was, seated between two strangers. One had a love for liquor, the other seemingly did not care for personal hygiene. I can tell you that a 2 hour flight can seem like an eternity.
But I finally made it to Alioth and there was nothing stopping me from visiting the Terran Union embassy. In case you were wondering, I was greeted with the finest coffee and an assortment of region specific delicacies. Like candied womprat tail. Trust me, it tastes a lot better than it sounds.
For today’s entry, I had the chance to talk to the Blue Moon Crew. It’s one of the smaller organisations in our community. Or perhaps, the word ‘enterprise’ depicts them better, you can be the judge of that after reading today’s entry. In trying to set up a meeting with the Blue Moon Crew, I was faced with just one small problem. Space is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it’s a long way down the road to the chemist, but that’s just peanuts to space.