Big thanks to the organizers for this massive expedition. I hope the next time Frontier moves a finger in order to provide spectacular content to an expedition like this.. just like a community like this deserves.
Thank you to everyone that contributed to making this expedition possible!
And a special thank you to the Hull Seals!!! I made it all the way out to Beagle Point in my stripped down, shield'less Diamondback Explorer incurring only 3% hull damage -- just to have a thruster malfunction (somehow all the axis on my thrusters got swapped in my config) and I smacked into the Memorial in the BP system, dropping my hull down into the 60's. Luckily a Hull Seal that was still in-system at BP was able to patch me up.
Now for the long trip back. Fly safe commanders -- and careful around those memorials
A long journey. not wnated to have missed this one.
Seen interesting things, interesting people, and interesting problems to.
Now halfway of DW2 for me. Now we need to go back home to the bubble.
Thanks to everyone that organized it.
Success! I can breathe a sigh of relief. I am on the ground at Beagle. Thanks to the outfitting guide, the solitude void was way easier the second time around. Thanks to all the organizers! The CG was great.
I've got to make sure that I get a better ship before taking on another challenge as big as this one, (27.5 Ly max sucks; thank the Makers for FSD boost technology. Now for the miserably long trip back to civilization.
CMDR =ADK= Dark Cavalry
Roster #: 13685
Arrival: 17MAY2019 (030018MAY3305Z)
Ship: Asp Explorer (DSS Absurdity)
Epic times, we built a station and saw many sights hidden away in this giant galaxy of ours. Glad to have been part of it! Huge shout out to all the organizers, mass jump schedulers, and FDev for helping make this something to remember!
Arrived May 18, 3305 @ 18:27 UTC, 96% Hull
Now.... 65K LY back LOLOLOL I'm not losing a dime of these discoveries!!!!
I learned so much from participating in the expedition, met wonderful cmdrs along the way and saw beautiful things along the road. On a personal note at the beginning of the expedition I was going through a rough patch in life. I still am however... the jumping, the people, the deep conversations... that and many more was just pure blissful therapy! Making it to Beagle Point was about planning, commitment, dedication and sometimes survival. Managed to transfer the same attitude towards the rough patch IRL... it helped!