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located in The Final Frontier, a part of The Blackbird's Cry, one of the many universes on RPG.

The Final Frontier

"Space: the final frontier." How often have we heard that line?


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Character Portrait: Amaya Rose Character Portrait: Emilia "M" Leibe Character Portrait: Nierra Ezran Character Portrait: Robert Langley Character Portrait: Lilian Rhorer Character Portrait: Matias Kingsbury Character Portrait: Astraeus Economos Character Portrait: Tyson Monnaie
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The helmeted figure, M, simply nods quietly as Amaya addresses the crew. She absently listens to the rest of the positions being assigned, taking in what she may, perhaps it would be useful later. However for now it was extraneous information to be filed away for a later date, the moment Captain Rose stopped talking and dismissed everyone to their stations, M started away. The Blackbird's Cry was a large craft, and Emilia wished to be acquainted with most of it before the end of the day, and so she began her almost aimless wander.

The other Luna native wasn't so easily dismissed, her mind awash with questions and implications of what this position might mean for her going forward. Alpha Centauri was often a dream for most Luna natives to visit one day, even if just to see the scientific disparity between cultures.

After some initial questions were asked by two very different gentlemen, Lilian decided to voice her thoughts in a low monotone, "Perhaps I missed it in the debriefing, but what exactly are we doing in Alpha Centauri? As it is a Triple Star System, depending on the orbits of the three stars in the system and our reasons for being there, our ideal approach could vary drastically. It would hardly be fitting for the maiden voyage of The Blackbird's Cry to end with us smashing to bits against Centauri AB's circumstellar disc." She pauses for a moment to look at the people still gathered around her, as if only now remembering something, "Though, perhaps this would be best discussed tomorrow morning?"