SevCol 6: Fly Me to the Moon. 19 November – 20 November, 2016.

SevCol is proud to present its third role-play event of 2016: SevCol 6: Fly Me to the Moon.

Just like last time we will be organizing a multi-day game! We will be playing both on Saturday and Sunday, with a pause for sleeping and breakfast in between.

Take note: wildcards/NPCs receive a significant discount on the participation fee!

A few announcements about the rules will be included at the end of this post.

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A short briefing on the in-game situation:

After a trade-and-transport mission from Jupiter to the Ceres belt, you have ended up on Mars Orbital Station. Developments in the Solar System have been moving along, already you hear people grumbling in the corridors and see the rising prices for consumer electronics. The news and discussion channels are abuzz about the legality and morality surrounding the recent events on Luna, and their impact on the other colonies.

Spending a few days taking care of personal matters, you awaken to find a message waiting for you.

“Dear Crewmember of the SCSS Celestra,
It has come to my attention that my vessel, the SCSS Celestra, is currently berthed at Mars Orbital Station. This is a most fortuitous, if unexpected course of events. You are hereby required and directed to prepare yourself and the vessel, which shall be needed to depart under sealed instructions at the earliest convenience. The assignment is one of utmost import and requires your personal discretion.
If you do not desire to partake in this undertaking, your absence shall be noted, but will not be held against you.

– From the desk of Mr. E.”

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SevCol 5: Have Spacesuit – Will Travel. 2 July – 3 July, 2016.

SevCol is proud to present its next live role-play event in the first weekend of July. Just like last time we will be organizing a multi-day game! We will be playing both on Saturday and Sunday, with a pause for sleeping and breakfast in between.

A short briefing on the in-game situation:
After the previous event and the discovery of the lost LSS Emmett Brown, related activities have led to significant upheaval in the solar system. Upheaval means opportunities and risks abound for any crew in space. Aboard the SevCol Space Ship Celestra, your future is open for you to decide. Literally.

You find yourself near Jupiter, repairs from your last encounter just barely completed, from there you will decide on your own course: influence the political situation, help your friends, hinder your enemies, or simply make a quick buck? The choice is yours.

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SevCol 4: Lost in Space. April 2-3, 2016.

SevCol is proud to present its next event in the first weekend of April. This time, we will be organizing a multi-day game! We will be playing both on Saturday and Sunday, with a pause for sleeping and breakfast in between. This enables us to play the first real mission of the LFSS Celestra. We have found a pretty cool location to do so, and we hereby invite you all to come and join us for this epic adventure!!!

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Breaking news (May 3, 2180)

Alarming news from several directions have reached our correspondents:

An R&R trip that has left SevCol station a few hours ago, has apparently met with piracy and terrorism.

Demands for a transfer of funds has been sent out by several passengers, as well as alarming comments about ” seeds” ?

Any news will be published as we receive it, we wish the poor passengers all the best, of course.

November 7th: SevCol R & R

After the exciting and exhausting events on LC-247b, it is time for some R & R !

Every year, the famous shipping magnate Archibald Laurow invites the new recruits at SevCol Academy for their spring break. The cadets are flown to the Big Rock Candy Mountain Hotel, Laurow’s five star luxury resort on de Martian moon Deimos. Here, they will spend a week resting, recuperating, relaxing, and recreating. The trip is quite popular with the Academy’s students; not only because the resort is known for its extreme decadence and debauchery, but also because the trip is a good way to land a job on a Laurow Lines ship after graduation.

Interested midshipmen should report at the MUSS Archibald Laurow, currently docked at SevCol Station. Upon demonstrating their status as student, they will be allowed free boarding for the ship’s trip to Deimos. The ship has limited capacity, but there will not be that many other passengers, as it is currently off-season. Tickets for the Earth System – Deimos route are extremely cheap during early spring, indicating a low demand for this passage.

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