A collection of 8 posts
Our Second Anniversary
Another year gone. A rather uneventful year, which is not a bad thing of course. This year, I started being more of a diplomat. Diplomacy has its fun moments and its dull moments but I have started to enjoy the company of other CMDRs instead of being a lone explorer.
The backup plan!
The Formidine Rift! Roughly meaning the rift of fear. The name itself sent chills down the spine of those who had any idea what those words meant. For years, the existence of the Formidine Rift was talked about in hushed voices while daredevil explorers spent months looking for anything out
The return of the Knights
Time flies! It seems like yesterday when I scrambled over to Solitude to protect our assets after it fell to foreign hands. Things are stable and looking good, not so for the bubble though. What were rumors half a year ago is very much real. The Thargoids are here and
Home away from home - Preparing for the journey to Solitude
It has been almost a year since we set up our offices in the Colonia region. We named the system where we set up our offices as Solitude and the named the station Knight's Retreat. It is a small system, with hardly any resources to speak of. But in a
Actions of our past
The present is determined by our past actions, and the future by the present. - Swami VivekanandaHumanity never learns. Time and again we have caused total destruction just for the sake of it. And time and again we have paid the price for such a decision. The presence of Thargoids
The year gone by
Time sure flies, and it boosts by when you are enjoying your life. We have had our share of highs and lows but as a group we have accomplished a lot. Over the past year, lots of things happened. Friends were made, alliances were broken, people were scorned and achievements
Start of a new journey - A place called home
Nomad noun A member of a people that travels from place to place to find fresh pasture for its animals and has no permanent home. - Oxford DictionaryNomadic lifestyle suits an adventurer really well. Well, except the animals of course. But adventurers barely return home, if they have any. And