Brotherhood Sponsors Rockhunter Mission

UUNN Newswire

(Quantar Core) The Quantar squad Brotherhood of the Stone is offering a special Miners Days Holiday mission to find new asteroids in any Quantar sectors — with credits awarded for each previously-uncharted non-common asteroid.  The Quantar Tahirs have agreed to double the payouts and to offer a Captain Commendation to each participant, and The Spade of Karadron medal to the pilot with the most qualified finds.

Full details on this squad-sponsored mission can be found on TRI-PLOG.

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Quantar Holiday Returns to Its Roots

UUNN Newswire

(Petrios, Quanus) Quantar leaders decided this year to return the ancient Miners’ Days holiday to its roots, which traditionally focused on local, dirtside parades and traditions.

“We just thought it was a time to do something different,” said First Tahir Penjia Neamru.

“For a number of years, we’ve had large, well-publicized events and contests.  And it was a good thing.  But Miners’ Days has very humble roots.  Spontaneous local parades are the true Quani tradition — with miners putting away their tools for the day, and marching through streets singing traditional miners’ reels, and carrying ceremonial shovels, chisels or picks (which are often heirlooms handed down for generations). It’s just a day of good-natured revelry with family, friends and neighbors,” she added.

The First Tahir did point out that a Faction Mission for the holiday was launched, and that Temples in all cities, town and stations will be performing the traditional Blessing of the Shovels and having readings of the Parable of Karadron.

Reconstruction Days Called “Disappointment”

by Yaz Shanndar

(Solrain Core)  Solrain Premier Crtistofore Parce was very blunt in his assessment of the recent Reconstruction Days holiday.  “It was a huge disappointment,” said Parce.  “I don’t know what’s going on — whether the election protests has something to do with this, or something else.  But the bottom line is we had almost no participation in our space-based public events — and dirtside it was not much better.”

“Nonetheless,” he continued, ” we do need to recognize two people for holiday awards.  Hammer-BS was the single entrant in our ‘Name the Heroes’ contest — the one to name the at least five of the Solrain members of the Thrice Seven.  In fact, Hammer-BS was able to name all seven.  Quite an accomplishment.  He will be receiving 5 million credits, a Seeker of Knowledge medal and a PCS-4 for his efforts.” Continue reading

STCC Provides Details on Name the Heroes Event

UUNN Newswire

(Cornea Station) STCC’s initial Reconstruction Days holiday schedule did not provide any details about its Name the Heroes event — simply saying that it was a “trivia-type event.”  As it turns out it is — and it’s a very fitting topic for Reconstruction Days.

Almost everyone knows the story of The Thrice Seven.  They were the seven pilots sent by each faction to test-pilot TRI’s first single-pilot jump-ships.  Many had auspicious careers before and after this test-pilot duty.  Some had tragic ends.

For 5,000,000 credits and a Seeker of Knowledge medal, name at least five of Solrain’s members of The Thrice SevenName all seven and win a PCS-4, too!

Answers should be submitted to STCC@tri-subspace.net by Saturday 117.7.8 at 24:00 UTC.

STCC Releases Reconstruction Days Event Lineup

UUNN Newswire

(Solrain Core)  The event lineup for this year’s Reconstruction Days holiday — which from from Friday 117.7.7. through Sunday 117.7.9 — has finally been released by the STCC:

1. Name the Heroes

This is a trivia-type event.  Full details will be released on the Friday, so keep an eye on UUNN!  Answers, submitted to STCC@tri-subspace.net will be due by Saturday 117.7.8 at 24:00 UTC.

2. What’s YOUR Story?

The Henge is a pre-collapse site that dates to approximately 2,800BT.  Its massive structures and ancient technology have puzzled archaeologists and engineers for decades upon decades.  The most popular theory is that it’s a launch site, but there is no real data to back that up.

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Take a look at the picture of The Henge . . . read the little we know about it in TRI-Databank . . . and then let your imagination run wild.

Tell us your story about what The Henge’s original purpose was – and maybe detail its eventual demise.  Was it a technological wonder?  Was it an epic failure?  How long did it operate?

Your story does not have to be scientifically accurate — just creative!  We’re not looking for a novel, plot or characters (but feel free, if you want) – just your description.  Make it long or make it short.  Make it funny or make it tragic.  It’s up to you.

Submit YOUR story to STCC@tri-subspace.net by Sunday 117.7.9 at 24:00 UTC.

We will publish ALL of the stories.

  • The WINNER will get a Cesium Medal – and 100u of Cesium!
  • The RUNNER-UP will get a Platinum Medal and 100u of Platinum!
  • ALL OTHER entrants will receive a Captain’s Commendation and an Antiflux.

3. The Production Race – Saturday 117.7.8 at 15:00 UTC

Fire up your favorite Market Tool and Race against friends and foes alike to manufacture an item that we will announce.  The race will begin at Cornea Station and will end there exactly 90 minutes later.  Use any ship.  Use any equipment.  The thing you need MOST will be your brains!

The pilot who delivers the MOST of the requested items will win a Cesium Medal and 5 million credits!  The second and third-place finishers will win the Platinum and Antimony medals respectively.

There must be at least three racers in order for this race to be run.

Octavius Wraps Up Uneventful Holiday

UUNN Newswire

(Outpost Station)  The festivities are over, most of the celebrants have regained sobriety, the maintenance crews have finished putting Outpost Station back in order and through it all there was little news, issues or fanfare about the latest Feast of the Fallen 117 holiday.

This years highlight was Emperor Cineon’s appearance in Outpost sector to do the Recitation of Heroes.  Although it would not seem notable, Cineon’s Recitation was interrupted by a Sentient Conflux attack in 114 and Clements IV was assassinated as he was beginning his recitation in 115. Last year Emperor Septus decided that the better part of valor was discretion, and did his Recitation from the Palace Grounds on Martius. Continue reading

Octavius Prepares for a Holiday

UUNN Newswire

(Cinatus) Octavius Outpost station will be the center of this year’s Feast of the Fallen holiday, which runs from 117.5.26 through 117.5.28 with Emperor Cineon I presiding over the annual three-day celebration.  Cineon last presided over the holiday in 114.  Just a year later, the holiday was devastated by the assassination of Clements IV as he began the Recitation of Heroes.  Last year’s event, led by Emperor Atticus Septus, was somewhat muted with most of the official festivities dirtside on Martius.

Although this year’s space-based activities will continue to be fairly limited, Cineon has insisted on holding  the Recitation of Heroes out in space once again.

Day of Remembering – 117.5.26

At 18:00 UTC Emperor Cineon will lead the Recitation of Heroes, where the name of an Octavius warrior or hero from the past is called out aloud and the hero’s accomplishments and victories are recalled. Cineon has asked the citizens of Octavius to submit their own remembrances for him to read publicly.

Day of Battle – 117.5.27

“The Bleeding Skies” — All Octavius is called upon to tune beacons RED across Octavius — and throughout all space — for the entire day.

Members of the lesser factions are welcome to challenge those actions.

Day of Feasting – 117.5.28

All are urged to enjoy to good company of family and friends to celebrate Heroes past, present, and future.