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    Hello, My apologies, my arrival to this section of the forum was delayed by an over seas trip right after joining the community, I would like to thank the individuals that processed my application and invited me to join this great community. I am very grateful to be here among you. Having been the Non Commissioned Officer / Company First Sergeant with a Military Simulation group for well over 2 years, it's great to finally see a community in Star Citizen, in which takes pride and discipline pretty serious. The standards reflected through the receiving portion of my enlistment was quite professional and it should be said that these achievements are not something that should go unnoticed. I'm in my mid 20's; Live in Norway; Been playing various online games since before I even entered elementary school, been apart of several online communities since before my early teens. I am currently preparing to start my studies on Criminal Justice and eventually take my Bachelors degree. As for Star Citizen I have spent an extraordinarily large amount of money, so I am hoping that Imperium can help my seff justify those spending by helping me put those ships to use, should it be necessary I would be happy to lend some out. Hopefully I can serve this community better than it serves my self. Thank you for your time, Cockroach.
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    Hey there! I would like to thank you for taking the time to consider my application, this place seems like a great group of people and a close friend of mine highly recommended it. Anyway, I guess I better introduce myself? My name is Cade Jackson and I am currently a second year university student studying 'International Disaster Management and Humanitarian Response' at Manchester University. I'm not entirely 100% on where I want my career to be, but I am interested in something related to the United Nations, Red Cross or Oxfam. Compared to my fairly boring academic life, I spend the rest of my time socialising playing video games. I like to play varied yet a niche set of genres such as military simulator, grand strategy, real time strategy and MMORPGs and I have invested too much into Star Citizen to stop gaming now. In regards to Star Citizen, I like to see myself as an explorer, partly due to my killer curiosity and the other 97% down to the fact that I am poor fighter pilot and often turn tail it at the first sight of trouble. Anyway, I'm not really sure what else to say about myself, if you have any questions or you're brave enough to say hello, I would like to say once more that I am happy to be here.
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    Hey Everybody, I wanted to express my gratitude for having accepted my application, I am glad to be on board with everybody here. I don't have much to say but I will say that all the hard work and effort you all put into this is noticed and greatly appreciated. As a season veteran of the Military Simulation world, organization and polished doctrine is something that I look up to and value, it all goes a long way. To cut to the chase, I am in my 20's, I currently live in the Netherlands but I have been around quite a bit. I am currently trying to pursue my career as a Rally Driver, if any of you are big fans of racing and/or cars we will have a lot to talk about. As far as Star Citizen goes, I don't know as much as I would like about it. With that being said I do come from over 8 years of being in the MilSim Community and there are many things I have learned which I am willing to share. I don't yet know exactly what I want to do in the game because I am still very ignorant towards all the possibilities. I really look forward to meeting you all and being able to share some moments together. Yours Truly, Champagne Papi
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    Mentlegen, Thank You for accepting my application. Looking forward to being part of this well structured and organized group of enthusiasts! Strikingly impressive amount of automation in the recruitment process, as well. A bit about myself; I'm 25, Lithuanian living in Denmark. Studied Computer Science and Web Development, and have been working as a C# software developer for a media analysis company for the past couple of years. Besides spending my time by looking at a screen or sitting at a pub, I play the guitar and a little bit of the piano. I also occasionally go fishing. As for my gaming experience, I've been serving under @Mage and @Champagne_Papi in MSOC-A, 1stMRB, and the 13thMEU ArmA 3 milsim units for most of my time as an active member of an online gaming community. Recently, I've been enjoying flying the study-level modules in the combat flight simulator - DCS:World. As for sci-fi ship-oriented games, I've played Freelancer, Star Trek Online, Elite, and a little bit of Eve. Hopefully, my experience from the various positions I've held in the milsim units, as well as my flight sim hours will come in handy when contributing to this organization. o7 Martus
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    First, thank you for accepting me into Imperium, I'm very excited to be here. I'm impressed to see the amount of thought and effort that has gone into the organization of this community. The level of work needed to do that is no small feat and I'm excited to be a part of whatever great things are accomplished in the future. I'm also looking forward to working with Mage and the crew of guys that recently joined. As for myself, I'm currently a student of social work living in Ontario, Canada. I have a small experience in MilSim and about 4 years of flight sim, both general aviation and military. I hope these experiences will be an asset as I both learn and give back to this community.
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    It is a pleasure to be apart of a fleet which prides itself in organization and commitment. These are tenets i resonate with and that i have personally upheld through my years of Mil-Sim and Guild Leadership across Multiple MMOs. I am thankful that you have taken the time to review and accept my application and i assure you that the time was not wasted. So far the website here has impressed me most, from its ease of access to just the sheer amount of information that it has to offer to those within and outside of Imperium. I believe this to be a strong representation of how dedicated the command sector of this Organization is to success. In regards to myself i am into my 20s, Currently i am a professional dispatcher. Soon to complete a Degree in Communication/Relationship management. Upon completion i am working to become an Air Traffic Controller with the FAA. I Reside within New Jersey which i am sure will change in the near future. I haven't committed to any major ship purchases as of yet but i have my eye on a few and in the coming days will begin to build up my fleet. i Specialize in Commerce and Economics and i do hope to learn more and help others as a teacher with any all things pertaining to Intergalactic Freight Transport. Thank you for your time, Duke
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    I completely agree that people who physically pay for items in Star Citizen deserve LTI on those items. As small as the mechanic is, nobody likes the thought of losing items paid with real life cash.
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    Hello all, I want to thank you for accepting my application. First thing i noticed about this community is that it is very well organized. I really like the structure and the way an application is been tested before accepting. Good stuff! So let me tell you abit about myself. As you probably have noticed my native language is not English so sorry for any grammar mistakes i make. I am a 28 year old Dutchman, who is really into simulation games, especially milsim. I previously was part of a MilSim community that was run by Mage. I was the CO of the Aviation part of the unit. I absolutly loved to do this because i really like flying, however all good things comes to an end, but then something came up and that was called StarCitizens. Mage introduced me to this game and i was hyped beyond anything i had ever seen. I wanna be part of something big and this is it! My daily life can be a bit busy these days because of my job. I am currently in the Dutch Military, but this wont stop me for playing some games when i have the time. If you boys have any questions or wanna know more about feel free to PM me. Have nice evening! Jordy
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    This project started when I got a Star Citizen hat, and the Imperium patch was too large to fit on it. Normally I'm not a pin guy, but I can't think of another way to add the imperium logo to this hat. So I chatted up my buddy @Galileoabout what I wanted and sent him some example Imperium files. First draft was a good start, but I did not like how the side wings connected. Adding some depth, separating the wings. Oops, its the wrong division. Fixed the inner circle, but at 1" tall its not very identifiable. Adding IMPERIUM with the correct font. (SF Electrotome) Dry run in wood, looking sexy. At this point @xKiLlFrEnZyx Suggested fitting the name to the top, I think it looks much better. First run with metal. At 1" tall were having trouble getting the fine detail of the wheat to show, and at the same time, not accidently knock off the tiny stars in the center. We discovered better quality aluminum was needed and ordered better extruded stuff from a supplier. Next print is far better! Before I was thinking about having just one made for me, but I'm seeing interest in more so I asked him to make me 50 after he's finished his keychain project. Once they're done I'll post them for sale and figure out the logistics.
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    I would like to thank this community for reviewing my application and accepting me into Imperium. I really love the amount of work and professionalism that has been implemented in this communty. About myself. I'm 20 years old from belgium. My mother tongue is Dutch and I have a bachelor degree in energy management. I'm currently studying to become an industrial engineer in Energy and as you can read I'm very interested in everything energy related. A bit about my gaming history. I used to be a member of a Milsim unit in the game Arma 3 under @Mage and @Champagne_Papi. My time there was not as long as other veteran members from that community who also joined Imperium but I hope that the experience that I learned from being there will be of an asset to everyone here. I'm very exited what the future in this community and in star citizen will bring. Musti
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    Hello everyone, just wanted to quickly say hello. Just downloaded Star Citizen yesterday so I'm not well versed in the game but was recommended all the same to this unit by a good friend of mine. Overall this website and unit in general seems to be very well structured and I look forward to learning and playing the game alongside you guys.
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    Leyten, I'm over the moon that you've joined. I'm looking forward to you brining the skills you ably demonstrated previously and I'm just looking forward to spending more time with my friend! Welcome. Get strapped in, the work and fun starts now! Mage.
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    My name is Gleave, I've recently obtained star citizen and am very excited to explore the verse and work with the people in this community. I work as a police officer and am proud and enjoying my service. I've grown up with video games and am always interested in the development of modern video games. How much the world of video gaming has changed still surprises me. I was previously in Mage's old unit and am looking forward to working with him and the wonderful people that I have got to know during my time with him. I've bought the aurora starter package and I'm very impressed by the state of the game so far. The ships are beautiful and I can't wait to get started. Thank you for a wonderful introduction to the community and star citizen as a whole. Gleave
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    Rode my motorcycle from Boston to the Montreal Bar Citizen event and a few employees showed up. I was invited to tour Turbulent the next day, got to meet lots of cool people who I never thought I would meet but they were in town. I'm wearing the white "Race" shirt.
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    Martus, Welcome to the group. It's great to see so many of the boys arriving. TS and Discord integration is in the portal. Mage
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    so Reddit says 3.0 has been gone to Evocati also they will be testing the new patcher as well with incremental patching and Concierge will be next wave for PTU after Evocati NDA phase
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    Damm... got my self into a magazin... again.... damm.... The guy in the black uniform on the right site of page 3.................. https://www.hjv.dk/_layouts/PA.HJV.Ver2.SP.Utilities.FlipPage/FlipPagePopUp.aspx?ImageFolderUrl=/nyheder/HJVMAG 20172&url=https://www.hjv.dk/Sider/default.aspx#page/2
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    When the customization about weapons and experimenting with load data was discussed some time ago for Star Citizen, I was extremely happy they (the devs) were going above and beyond to provide those interested in the subject the technical side of things to do these experiments. First example shown here from a Jump Point several years ago: (There was also talk of being able to experiment with custom load data for weapons but I can't find the source for that) This year, a new cartridge was announced to compete against the 5.56 and 6.5 Grendel, called the .224 Valkyrie, and it looks awesome and performs extremely well Left is 224 Valkyrie and right is the common 5.56 62gr ball And last but not least, and why I'm making this post, is to ask that perhaps we get technical graphs and data sheets of ammunition tested for different weapons How many out there would like to see technical data like this come official from CIG in an immersive in game experience, instead of relying on the user base to create hard to navigate google docs with lines of data for weapons and ammo?
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    LTI was to be removed at the end of the Kickstarter. Then they announced they would continue it for a year. At the end of that period, they removed LTI... And then brought it back with concept sales. At this point it is just ridiculous. There is only 1 reason why LTI still is a thing - Artificial Supply/Demand. LTI drives sales. I know many people (myself included at times), who would not pledge for a ship if it did not have LTI. As a consequence, we buy a number of ships that we may not even like during concept on the off-chance it becomes something we actually do want, and we want it with LTI. This is the only acceptable reason why LTI still exists, all the other BS CIG tells us is just that - BS. As an original Kickstarter backer, I wish they kept their original promise (no LTI after KS), but I can understand people wanting LTI. Personally as things have happened now, I feel that LTI should be retroactively applied to ALL real-money sales. Keep the insurance mechanic in the game for in-game purchased ships, but real money ships should be safe. Even after release, I feel that any ship sold for real money should have LTI attached. Just my $0.02
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    I agree, anything that is paid for with real life money should be LTI. It would most likely cripple the Grey Market as people won't be scalping the LTI Ships for profit.
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    what is being done is normal for a game at this stage in development - barely an Alpha. "Public" testing by leveraging the SC community is one of the best things that CIG can be doing. Logistically, think of the money and, MOST importantly, the time they are saving by stressing the "game" with as many "testers" as possible. Think of this, a company has a game, they are at a point where internal testers are used - how many, probably less than 10. Then they go Beta using a larger body of testers - say 50-100, then, they choose early access (which is what you know to actually be "Public Testing") which nets them many more testers from the gaming community - several hundreds? Thousands? Dunno. Then they release it and the community howls because some things didn't get caught (bugs, gameplay issues, network issues, etc) issues they could have found with another level of bug testing/access. CIG can leverage two more levels beyond the Evocati before they release to the general backer community and before game release to the "Public" that you are referring to. AND they do this for EVERY patch. That tells us that they are being better at their development process than EA, etc and they aren't motivated by the earnings potential - a situation which produces released games that people bitch about for years. Examples of games that could have benefited from more testing on a broader scale before general release? NMS, ME:A, COD:IW are just a few. AND two of those from large, well established companies who started with large staffs from the get go, no less. Your view isn't cynical, it's uninformed and based more on impatience. Gamers writ large are used to getting a game within 3-4 months of it being announced. CIG made a difficult decision to be open about their development - but neglected to define "open development" first - an act that might have served to stave off the more negative of the gaming community. Frankly, anybody outside of the backer community is irrelevant to the discussion about CIG and its production schedule.
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    Welcome Cockroach. can't wait to be playing in this community with you
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    Mage, Yeah I was supposed to get it done weeks ago but late packing got in the way, look forward to the unit mate. Cockroach.
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    Welcome to the Community Musti, If you need any help please do not hesitate to contact me, Cockroach
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    Roach, Better late than never, old friend. It's good to have you here. I'm looking forward to finalising the details on the Unit, then I'll get you all set up. Mage.
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    First of all, welcome. It's really great to see all of the complimentary posts from you and your friends. A ton of work has gone into this organization and I'm glad it shows through to new new members. Stay tuned as there is much more in development behind the scenes that should garner the same enthusiastic responses. Also, I sincerely hope that both your group and Imperium can mutually benefit from each others experience and teamwork. You guy seem pretty tight, and that's a great thing. Once again, welcome to the fleet!
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    Welcome Martus! Good to have my flying buddy in the ranks!
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    Marty, Another hot shot DCS pilot into the ranks. Good to have you Martus Duke
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    Welcome! Glad to have you aboard. Looking forward to seeing our head of aviation in space!
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    My man, Glad to see you here Jonesy cant beat having another bad ass pilot within our Ranks. o7
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    Jonesy! Great to have you here. I'm looking forward to having you around. I'm looking forward to being around long enough to get a unit up and running for our boys.
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    Yeah, I knew it was a large ship, but didn't know It was consolidated outlaw. Anyway, here's the sneakpeek "silhouette" I am assuming that pioneer is the class of ship rather than it's name.
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    For 10 bucks more you get a murderous android and two xenomorphs, for 20 we will give you a preimplanted alien embryo ( lifetime insurance in case you get it removed)
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    System Tririga grid D73A, in the ice fields the Bengal Carrier Lexington drifts with a minimal power signature. The ship runs cold to prevent detection from Vanduul Sensor Sweeps. The carrier is on its third tour in a ten year long war with the Vanduul. The Lexington was a Carrier of the Imperium Fleet, a massive organization of likeminded individuals coming together for a greater cause. When the Vanduul War erupted to a full-scale threat, military based coalitions were recruited as private contractors under the orders of the UEE. Imperium, like many Originations answered the call to defend the rights and liberties all citizens from the Vanduul threat. The Lexington is manned by 100 crew members, and her Captain is Lexton D Norex. The squadron under the Carrier is called the Jolly Rogers. The Tririga system is a contested system which continuous conflicts that arise every few weeks. The system holds no viable planet that can sustain life for colonization but there is the massive ice fields that can be used for oxygen converters as well water after purification. On top of the water, the Hydrogen Clouds mixed in with the ice fields can be harvested and used as fuel for fusion based reactors and engines. The UEE have designated this system as a medium priority staging ground, not only for its resources but the Segma Sector Jump Point in grid C69B which pushed into UEE controlled territory. The Lexington is not alone in the Trigima Sector as the Battleship Rising Sun, Destroyer Profen and Drake, and Carrier Avila were in similar positions near the Segma Jump point hidden in the ice fields with low power signatures. The two carriers ran caps on a rotating scheduling, launching two ship patrols with stand by caps if things hit the fan. The stardate is : 2004774.29, the Lexington is recalling her birds from rotation as the Avila launches her patrols. ::~"Blaze to Control, requesting landing rear bay".~:: Radio COMS echoed through the silent bridge. ::~"Control, Blaze you have the ball. Welcome Home."~:: Midshipman on the communications station replied back. Lexton had been nearby overlooking sector map and discussing patrol routes for the next rotation when he overheard the communication for landing. Lifting his left hand, he pulled the sleeve back on his sleeve of his uniform overlooking the time. "It is time already, swore it was still morning" Lexton muttered under his breath, time had passed to frequent then he liked which only pressed the feeling that the Vanduul had been silent for too long. The Lexington had seen its fair bit of action, and within the six months of the 3rd tour she had suffered damage to her aft front thruster assembly and her front top sensor array. Both had been patched and were in operational status but they were far from peak performance which meant there was a blind spot on her sensors and maneuvering on a rotating axis was slower then he liked. His chief of the boat has not returned from rotation, as he was home for the birth of his first child. The engineering crew were good, but the chief was excellent at fixing his ship. Grumbling under his breath he picked up the star charts that were laid out on a back lit table in front of him and handed them to Navigation Officer to go over his marks. Taking up his tablet he keyed through his schedule through the day and sighed as he didn't have time to catch up on correspondence. "Have Blaze come to my ready room once he has landed." Lexton spoke simply before turning away from the bridge. He paused and looked over his shoulder "Williamson, you have the bridge" Lexton called out before leaving the bridge. "Aye Aye Captain" Lexton heard from behind him as he took the stair way one deck down, where he would slip into his ready room. Once the door was closed he let out a sigh. The ready room was his own, it was home in all reality as the colony where he had bought land with his UEE severance pay had been destroyed by the Vanduul. The Lexington for all purposes was his home, and his heart was dedicated to his ship and oath to Imperium. Sure, the numbers had grown since the war started, and most of the numbers were from retired UEE members who had mustered out before the start of the war. But in times of War the UEE reserved the rights to ensure that a term of service is extended indefinitely til such a time peace has been reached or the war is lost. Which meant replacements were few and far apart since the start of the war and getting pilots, engineers, and specialization officers was near impossible. Everything was on the UEE Dime, as they paid the contract, but they didn't provide personnel unless there was a shortage of ships and for the moment that wasn't the case. He pressed Fleet Command for new pilots after losing three in the last engagement, and he was only given two retired Hornets and a Gladiator that had seen better days. But no butts to fly them, which only infuriated Lexton all the more. His crew was light as it was, for a ship that required a 200+ crew he had only 100 and 13 at that were pilots when he should house 40 at any given time. He had made due with the current situation by assigning double if not triple assignments. The rotation worked for the moment in time but things were stretched as far as they could go. Lexton's thoughts were interrupted by a rasp on the door. "Enter" he shouted through the thick bulkhead, even tho COM was close by. The door opened with a hinge groan as Blaze stepped into the room and closed the door behind him. Blaze was a middle-aged man, fighter pilot and was a fine bounty hunter before the war. Blaze was his call sign, and his full name as a Citizen was Thrawn Engles. Thrawn had been a childhood friend of Lexton for as long as both could remember, both growing up in the SOL System. "Sir, you requested my presence.?" Lexton's eyes looked over to Thrawn, seeing he had not stripped from his flight suit, which made Lexton smile slightly as the man came straight to him after landing. "Take a Seat" Lexton finally spoke as he made his own way behind the heavy cherry wood desk and sat down in his own chair. Thrawn did as he was told and sat in the chair across from him, which gave Lexton a full view of the man's features. The man being middle aged, he had the look of a harden soldier which only reminded Lexton of the toll this man had taken over the years in his command. At one point in time they flew together as Wingmen, Lexton was Thrawn's Wingman in the UEE. But the tides turned where Lexton traded his wings in for a command while Thrawn continued as a pilot which in Lexton's mind put a road block within their relationship. "Report" Lexton asked as he pulled up a file and opened it. As Thrawn explained the patrol and without leaving out much detail, the report was lacking in any interest to Lexton as he was more concerned about the news he was about to release to his friend and his CAG. When Thrawn was done speaking it was several minutes before Lexton realized he was done. "I'm sorry, I know you could of written all this down in your report, there was another reason why I called you here." Thrawn looked at him, his eyes not missing anything as this was one of those times that he knew Lexton meant to discuss something serious. "Prime bought the farm" Lexton finally spoke as his hand grasped two glasses from the top drawer of his desk and then a bottle of 50-year-old whiskey. Thrawn looked shocked and took several moments before speaking "How?" Shaking his head Lexton handed over the report. "The Battleship Camcordia came under ambush near the Elrosa Nebula, she was escorting the Carrier Avaya back to Star Base 6309 on the boarder of UEE controlled space. Intelligence determines that the Vanduul have found a jump hole into the system that ends up within the Elrosa Nebula. The battleship took six torpedoes within the first sixty seconds, and when her reactor went hot the Avaya couldn't maneuver out of the blast wave in time and was disabled. Prime was on the the Avaya along with 165 other souls, the UEE have determined both ships have been lost" Lexton paused and let Thrawn look over the report. The man had read fast and looked up "No wreckage recovered? How can that be?" Thrawn asked as he looked up towards Lexton as he placed the file back on to the desk. "The Camcorida was found a drift about a parsec away, all atmosphere lost and only a handful of dead crew. It’s my understanding that the Avaya tried to make a run for it, or possibly was disabled and towed away by the Vanduul. As we both know, they don't take prisoners. So, I don't put much stock on prime being alive." Lexton said softly as he looked at the brown clears liquid in the glass before him. Realizing he hadn't passed the other glass to Thrawn he took a moment to slide the second glass across the smooth surface of the desk. "It's no way to go, regardless of who it is.. Prime was a asshole but he didn't deserve this... no one does." Thrawn said softly and Lexton could only agree. "To the know it all asshole of the stars." Lexton said finally after a few minutes of silence and lifted his glass which Thrawn clinked his glass against his. The two sat and talked about old times and drank a few more glasses before Thrawn asked to be dismissed as he had duties to perform before hitting the rack. Lexton dismissed him and again let his eyes wander down to the watch at his wrist. "Never enough time" he muttered to himself, the slight buzz running through his body felt good and made the anxiety of his position be dulled down slightly. Slowly standing up the rush of blood hit his brain which cause the buzz to increase and only took a moment for Lexton to regain his composer. Walking around the desk he slowly maneuvered to stand before his book case, his eyes looked over the few books he had collected over the years and then stop at a picture of his first Squadron, when he still served under the UEE. Thrawn, Newly, Prime, Wolf, Sagat and himself were so young in the picture, full of dreams of citizenship and the last thoughts at the time would of been of war. "So young... so foolish." (( Slightly Modified Story, one I created a while back and loosely based on Star Citizen Information I had at the time. I enjoy writing from time to time, so will update this when I can. If you like to see your character or name within the story. Hit me up, and I'll see what I can do. ~ Lex ))
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    was just about to make this topic! too fast.... But yeah i totally agree they should make LTI available to all or to early backers/backers who spent over $XXX amount. Or If they must....charge $1-$5 extra for an upgraded insurance which you can apply to any pledge/ship
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    Everything looks fine except the $100 for Windows. Get in touch with an Imperium member on here or on TS and they can hook you up with a key for like $10-$15. The savings will allow you to maybe get an AIO cooler, recommend this: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/2RdFf7/nzxt-kraken-x62-rev-2-982-cfm-liquid-cpu-cooler-rl-krx62-02 You can invest in something else with the savings but an AIO will go a long way especially for a chip like the 8700K
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    Welcome to the fleet, Roach
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    All, Thank you for accepting my application, I'm glad and grateful to be here. I have to say, I'm extremely impressed with the community so far. I am an old hand at running communities myself, having been the Commanding Officer with a Military Simulation group for the past five years, so to find somewhere with clearly high standards of organisation and structure is as impressive as it is a relief. From the layout of the forum, the radio station, and the wiki, to the integration of Discord and TeamSpeak into SCB and the efficacy of the HR staff during my application, the Command Staff and Officers should be very proud of their achievements; it reflects very well upon you. As for myself, I'm now into my 30s, much to my chagrin; I live in England, United Kingdom; I have lots of gaming community and professional management experience. I am overly infatuated with Star Citizen, and I'm probably going to spend more than I should on ships in the coming months. I have some attributes and knowledge that I'm more than happy to lend to the community if it is ever needed. For me, being part of a community like this is helping out in the best way I can. Hopefully I get a chance to do that in the future. Thanks, Mage.
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    Musti, Glad to have you here. Any questions, you know where to find help. Mage.
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    Martus you are a living drinking machine and i love you.
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    Jordy, It's great to have you here. It's a great bonus to have my old Aviation CO here. Don't forget to link up your TeamSpeak and Discord via the portal at the top of the page. If you need anything, you know where to find me! Mage
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    Never knew you were from Ontario as well, good to have another Canadian here eh
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    Welcome aboard Papi, Glad to have you flying with us once again. Duke
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    My brother from another mother, glad to have you here Papi.
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    Welcome. I hope your chosen study path leads to more time the play and less time helping people in peril. Best wishes.
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    So many questions....But please don't answer them.
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    I bet that place has a great buffet Sent from my mobile using tapatalk
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    This thread seems to have morphed from "what makes me a dick?” into game play methodology and expectations. You have been reading player/member opinions for 2 pages now @Squirrel. Nothing said was about policy, just a view or opinion of the author. Actual policy boils down to 'don't be a dick', and 'no piracy'. With so many members it is understood that beyond those two elements, there will be many varied methods utilized to enjoy the game. Some want the pew pew, some want wealth, some want to mine a rock. Probably a lot of other things also as the game comes together. You can mine a rock for an hour if you want to. Or kill vanduul with a couple of dozen others. Or anything in between. Up to you. All are welcome. - DRUM out
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    Same as in the pic. As far as I know, there are no other Imperium patches produced in large numbers. I passed these out at CitizenCon last year. I made sure everyone at the Imperium table got one. I have 19 left. If you want one, PM me. If you're in the US I can send it in the post. If you're international, I'll need some form of compensation.