Venhorn has been able to buy a third of the shares in USRC thanks to the profits from their steamworks. The rest of the investment has come from the guilds and they expect a sizeable return from connecting the cities.
Space ripples and twists as the Searcher’s Hope emerges from meta-space. Huge solar sails unfold to capture the starlight as the ships awakens from hibernation. A dozen probes disperse to scan this latest solar system. Apparently not finding what the
When you have as much space as the United Federation of Planets does, you can afford not to throw anything away. In a stable orbit around an agri-world that in turn orbits a quite normal star, Bix [Sigma Beta Va]
Captain Keimura takes the adage dead men tell no tales as a crew management philosophy. An exceptional necromancer she has crewed her ship with reanimated corpses. Not only does she have the unwavering loyalty and silence of her crew, she
Windful Windmills I found these being sold from a concession stand tucked into one of the through corridors. A little old lady called Nanna Vulpa in a bright green cardigan was selling them to children for only a ducket each.
Fake Foot Roller Say you’ve found yourself a lovely large tree to hide in. There’s no way the guards are going to spot you up here, but you’ve left a trail of footprints right to base of the tree. So
Sticky Note Scrolls 7Q say that the future of spell casting is yellow. And adhesive. 7Q’s team of research wizards have made some remarkable breakthroughs in rune ministration. By printing these on pale yellow paper, spells that would require foot
Insult Crabs Do you find yourself in need of an insult to provoke an enemy but at a loss for words? This miniature crustacean is what you need. Bred and enchanted from a land crab of the Darker Darkmist jungle,
Wilderness TR-7000 Ever Folding Tent Be it rain, cold, wind or giant insects, you’ll want a tent so you can sleep in peace. But they’re such a pack burden the rest of the time, taking up space and weight that
No-Tunnel Helm I’m not sure how the Ardent Cape Geological Society were able to afford the sizeable stand they occupied in Hall B but I’m very glad they were there. Tucked away at the rear, behind a seemingly endless display