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The Treaty Of Multi Prime: Part Three

It was at this point that they saw it. “What is that thing?” one of the officers on the bridge said. “It looks like a skipspisere,” said the captain of the flagship. “I believe you are right,” Captain Hansen, the … Continue reading

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The Treaty Of Multi Prime: Part Two

As it happens, the Treaty of Multi Prime was an easy one to approve of. The obviousness of the generosity of giving each signatory nation its own sovereign space on a base while providing for the common defense of all … Continue reading

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Book Review: Blast Into Exile: Part Four

Officer’s Log: Day 1816 of Alpha Centauri Mission We have discovered the source of the exotic particles coming from the Alpha Centauri system that were spotted only a few years ago as a small trace by the explorers who first … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Complete Cosmicomics

The Complete Cosmicomics, by Italo Calvino, translated by Martin McLaughlin, Tim Parks, and William Weaver This book is a somewhat sprawling connection of odd short stories that were viewed as part of a series, most of them with a protagonist … Continue reading

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Blast Into Exile: Part Three

Officer’s Log: Day Seven Of Alpha Centauri Mission It is now the end of the first of many weeks of this mission, and I think I have gotten a handle on the sort of rituals that are necessary to stay … Continue reading

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Blast Into Exile: Part One

Officer’s logs: Hour 151, Day 175 of service, Year 1 It was my good fortune to be in charge of the sensor stations in main base today and it so happens that we sensed a cargo fleet coming from earth. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Starfinder: Pact Worlds

Starfinder:  Pact Worlds, by Pazio One thing that is important when one is looking at a game is to gain a sense of place about the world that one is supposed to be playing in.  At times, as is the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Starfinder: Alien Archive

Starfinder:  Alien Archive, by Paizo This particular book is an interesting one, although I wish I would have read it in a different order than I did, as there was another book in the series that would have made this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Traveller Core Rulebook

Traveller Core Rulebook, by Gareth Hanrahan When I am reviewing a book like this for a game that I am unfamiliar with, my main question is whether or not this sort of guide makes me want to play the game … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Am Neil Armstrong

I Am Neil Armstrong, by Brad Meltzer, illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos Whether or not Neil Armstrong can qualify as heroic for being an astronaut, it is at least clear that he made one small step for a man but one … Continue reading

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