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September 2949 Subscriber Promotions
Caution: Helmets Required


There’s a lot going on for Subscribers in the month of September, from the Masters of Flight series making their return for the “Ship of the Month” to the newly released 890 Jump being available for a week to Imperators as part of the Test Flight perk, the SIX completely bespoke In-Game Rewards last month being followed up by SIX helmets this month, the Subscriber Vault bringing you the first looks inside the new Modular Space Station Interiors (and showing things we didn’t get to in SCL last month), Jump Point exploring the Nautilus versions that never were, an interview with those behind the Law and Black Market Economy systems and more.
As stated last month, the In-Game Rewards that come between August and December 2019 are being created specifically for Subscribers with an eye towards life in the persistent universe. Some of them will be the helmets we’ve already previewed in previous newsletters and Star Citizen Live, others will be things you may have first seen if you read Jump Point magazine each month. We’re excited to bring this additional focus to the In-Game Rewards (often referred to as Flair) with an eye towards truly unique offerings not found anywhere else, at least not in the immediate future. It’s one more way we want to say thank you for supporting the continuing development of the game each and every month.
With that, let’s run down some of the Subscriber Promotions happening this month.


This month’s flair has been glimpsed in newsletters, an episode of Star Citizen Live and most recently in August’s Jump Point magazine. Converted from the stock RSI Odyssey Flight Helmet, the fine folks at CC Conversions have created the stylish Caudillo with the sense of classical armor thanks to its visually striking metal crest.

“Caudillo” Helmets Pack #1 by CC’s Conversions – Includes the “Cobalt” and “Ghost White” Caudillo Helmets based on the original Odyssey. Current Centurion Subscribers get this pack as part of their subscription.


“Caudillo” Helmets Pack #2 by CC’s Conversions – Includes the “Wildfire” and “Steel” Caudillo Helmets based on the original Odyssey. Current Imperator Subscribers get this pack and Pack #1 above as part of their subscription.


“Caudillo” Helmets Pack #3 by CC’s Conversions – Includes the “Hazard” and “Burnt Orange” Caudillo Helmets based on the original Odyssey. This pack is available in the SUBSCRIBER EXCLUSIVE store only.

If you aren’t a subscriber but want to acquire these packs as part of a Subscription, you can still receive them if you SUBSCRIBE by September 16th.
Additionally, you can purchase these and most of the previous flair going back to 2014 ANYTIME in the Subscriber Exclusive store. You can fill in any gaps as well as gift them to non-subscribers.
THE ROCKEN Helmet below ;)


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