Lore Wednesday (Yes I know there is no alliteration) - Man's Early Attempts at Colonization

Oct 5th, 2016 in Fiction

 

In 2074 the United States Space Corporation (a privatized version of NASA) broke ground in the construction of a new colony on Mars.  A colony had already existed on the moon but it was largely earmarked for military use and did not excite the imagination of the Earth-dwelling public in…

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Through the Panhumanic Void

Sep 26th, 2016 in General

 

The Dawn of the 23rd Century

Galactic day breaks across the interstellar of horizon of Panhumanic space and mankind continues its forward momentum. The traveling star light shines on evil and beneficent alike, cruel and compassionate alike. All the wandering and willful molecules of space and time would exist and cease…

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The Economic (sort of) of war gaming

Sep 19th, 2016 in General

 

I was tooling around the different gaming news aggregator web sites earlier in the week and I came across an interesting post on “the economics” of wargaming, Games Work Shop and WH40k in particular. First, I want to be clear that, despite what will follow, I am not throwing Game…

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