Achernar of alpha Eridani, Mirfak of alpha Persei, Elntah of beta Tauri, Adhara of Epsilon Canis Majoris, Suhail of lambda Velorum, Hadar of beta Centauri, Zubenelgenubi of alpha Librae, Kochab of beta Ursae Minoris, Eltanin of gamma Draconis, Al Na'ir of alpha Gruis, doesn't seem to be in-game.EDSM.
All these stars are in the game, however alot of them you have to go by their HD or HIP number
 
Achernar of alpha Eridani, Mirfak of alpha Persei, Elntah of beta Tauri, Adhara of Epsilon Canis Majoris, Suhail of lambda Velorum, Hadar of beta Centauri, Zubenelgenubi of alpha Librae, Kochab of beta Ursae Minoris, Eltanin of gamma Draconis, Al Na'ir of alpha Gruis, doesn't seem to be in-game.EDSM.
If you think a star is missing always check in Simbad for other names!
 
I exist...I'm pretty sure. Sorry, i've been away from the forums for a few years....
Good to hear!
But I cant remember why I was looking for you!
Ah, old age the neurons are fading rapidly...
But thanks to Lavian Brandy they're going happily! 😋

If sufficient go then I’ll be a figment of my own imagination!😁


Edit: ah yes! Forum search is a wonderful thing , when it works...
Han_Zen wrote that “The pre game writers guides told that TDW hadn’t found Raxxla” & said you might be the source of that cos I couldn't see it in Allen Stroud‘s PhD thesis.

Edit2: and he then found your source statement! https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threa...eel-may-contain-spoilers.402645/#post-6366667

You’d said in that post:
“The second scene on the Behemoth confirms the FFE main storyline and that the Dark Wheel didn't find Raxxla.

WHILE AT THE TIME OF WRITING THIS WAS TRUE AS PER INFORMATION PROVIDED BY FD, THE FIRST ENCOUNTERS STORYLINE WAS LATER REDACTED.”

Which sort of sounds like TDW may have found Raxxla??
 
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I like when people post something in a language not everyone understand :LOL:
It's not offense, but when i see it, i don't want to read neither respond.
 
I exist...I'm pretty sure. Sorry, i've been away from the forums for a few years....
are you sure about that? ;-)

btw - no-ones found all your SECRETs from your previous discussions. Spent ages looking for Guns base, and the pirate junction. Never found them. But don't let me distract you from Jorki's questions..
 
Now...this is probably going to be one of those "DUH" moments and probably mentioned lots of times, however I literally only noticed this now even at Elite 1 with thousands of scans etc, Also notice you can change the angle up and down when looking at system map not by much however what is its purpose

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Elite dangerous proved that all the Russian Federation has left in 3307 is Yuri Grom...and we all know that's not very good :ROFLMAO:
You're confusing something, the Elite dangerously proved that Yuri Grom is a hippie from your Brighton Beach. And the Russian Federation is represented in the game as a Federation and we all know that this is not very good :ROFLMAO:
 
Elite dangerous proved that all the Russian Federation has left in 3307 is Yuri Grom...and we all know that's not very good :ROFLMAO:
Imo, federation is USA and empire is URSS (not russia).
Hudson looks like uncle sam. And for empire, though i'm not a pro in history, there were some dynasty/royalty with romanov's family (duval's family in-game).
It's like in movies, this cold war (that i don't care btw, as i wasn't born) seem to be an obscession, even 3307.

But as i just wake up, maybe i'm still high with weed o_O
 
It's very simple - the United States was convinced that they had won the war of 2055, but in fact, the cunning Russians, with the help of hackers, leaked into the government and reformed the United States from the inside, turning it into an appendage of the Federation. They put Hudson-Biden on the post of president so that everyone could see - that's a real American! The Empire is just Russian oligarchs and runaway officials who stole from the Federation, having founded the monarchical system :cool:
Imo, federation is USA and empire is URSS (not russia).
Hudson looks like uncle sam. And for empire, though i'm not a pro in history, there were some dynasty/royalty with romanov's family (duval's family in-game).
It's like in movies, this cold war (that i don't care btw, as i wasn't born) seem to be an obscession, even 3307.

But as i just wake up, maybe i'm still high with weed o_O
 
It's very simple - the United States was convinced that they had won the war of 2055, but in fact, the cunning Russians, with the help of hackers, leaked into the government and reformed the United States from the inside, turning it into an appendage of the Federation. They put Hudson-Biden on the post of president so that everyone could see - that's a real American! The Empire is just Russian oligarchs and runaway officials who stole from the Federation, having founded the monarchical system :cool:
I dont totally agree with you but for sure: "the United States was convinced that they had won the war of 2055" is right.
 
It's very simple - the United States was convinced that they had won the war of 2055, but in fact, the cunning Russians, with the help of hackers, leaked into the government and reformed the United States from the inside, turning it into an appendage of the Federation. They put Hudson-Biden on the post of president so that everyone could see - that's a real American! The Empire is just Russian oligarchs and runaway officials who stole from the Federation, having founded the monarchical system :cool:
Hudson-Biden :ROFLMAO:
 
This whole Raxxla search is about get changed pretty radically. You see literally nothing in the current game matters beyond where in the official lore the generation ships were built (either in Elite Dangerous, the prior games, official novels, GalNet, gazettes of prior games, and the quasi-official books released in the late '70s and early '80s just before the first game). Here's why:

-Elite Dangerous Codex - Raxxla entry - Date of first mention of Raxxla: 2296 (in Tau Ceti) with an interesting aside involving a pirate cache

-Tourist#236 beacon in Lave (History of Lave):

One of the oldest colonies of the sector, Colonial Deep Space Cruisers Herschel and Oberon reached the system then designated L-453 in 2412. Lave has been a Dictatorship from before the fall of the Galactic Cooperative. In 3174, Dr. Hans Walden came to power. / Walden established an authoritarian Dictatorship. The previous economic hardship brought about by the fall of the Galactic Cooperative were still remembered. Under Walden there was stability, just not prosperity.

Walden's rule was very long, and rumored to involve genetic manipulation as he greatly extended his own life, with his eventual death at the hands of an assassin triggering a revolution.

Tourist#394 in Tau Ceti (Federal Accord):

In early 2240, hours before the Earth fleet arrived in Tau Ceti, the main settlement changed its name to Taylor Colony and voted for independence from Earth. Without the starships to give battle, the colonists targeted the Earth fleet dropships as they attempted to land. Neither side could could an advantage and so diplomacy resumed. With some bitterness on both sides, a negotiated settlement was reached and in 2242, the Federal Accord was announced. This was effectively an extension of the consitution of the Federation, which briefly changed its name to the "Federation of Star Systems" - but this did not stick, and the term "Federation" returned.

The Federal Accord granted independent rights and membership to each system that signed it, provided they met certain development goals. Initially each of the signatories (including Earth) did not meet the goals, as the core principle of the agreement made at Tau Ceti was to eliminate the political games that had been played in the previous century.

So, Lave wasn't even called Lave (it was L-453) nor was it settled (and depending on how this is read the Galactic Cooperative possibly predated Lave's colonization). Which utterly wipes out completely almost all official lore. The only quasi-official sources that remain are a set of books released by Robert Holdstock (either under his own name or the pen name Steven Eisler) and Malcolm Edwards (for two of them). It should be noted that Tour of the Universe has a Galactic Cooperative map centered on Sol with vague hints of locations of stargates. The systems in this map often use the names of planets in the system for identification Those books are the following:

"The Alien World: The Complete Illustrated Guide" by Steven Eisler
"Space Wars: Worlds and Weapons" by Steven Eisler and forward by Chris Foss
"Tour of the Universe" by Robert Holdstock and Malcolm Edwards
"Alien Landscapes" by Robert Holdstock and Malcolm Edwards

The only known references to the building of generation ships (also referred to as Bubble Ships) are from the gazettes of First Encounters (all these systems are in the game):
Sol
Tau Ceti
Wolf 424
Phiagre

Per First Encounters gazette there were 70,000 generation ships/bubble ships (which agrees with GalNet). We need to figure out if there are records on destinations or we need to figure out where these systems are and try to deduce the location of the stargates (this is probably Raxxla). Tau Ceti and Sirius are on the map. So is Terminus which is in the game. We can possibly use this to help locate Raxxla. Regardless, the discovery happened via a generation ship.
 

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This whole Raxxla search is about get changed pretty radically. You see literally nothing in the current game matters beyond where in the official lore the generation ships were built (either in Elite Dangerous, the prior games, official novels, GalNet, gazettes of prior games, and the quasi-official books released in the late '70s and early '80s just before the first game). Here's why:

-Elite Dangerous Codex - Raxxla entry - Date of first mention of Raxxla: 2296 (in Tau Ceti) with an interesting aside involving a pirate cache

-Tourist#236 beacon in Lave (History of Lave):

One of the oldest colonies of the sector, Colonial Deep Space Cruisers Herschel and Oberon reached the system then designated L-453 in 2412. Lave has been a Dictatorship from before the fall of the Galactic Cooperative. In 3174, Dr. Hans Walden came to power. / Walden established an authoritarian Dictatorship. The previous economic hardship brought about by the fall of the Galactic Cooperative were still remembered. Under Walden there was stability, just not prosperity.

Walden's rule was very long, and rumored to involve genetic manipulation as he greatly extended his own life, with his eventual death at the hands of an assassin triggering a revolution.

Tourist#394 in Tau Ceti (Federal Accord):

In early 2240, hours before the Earth fleet arrived in Tau Ceti, the main settlement changed its name to Taylor Colony and voted for independence from Earth. Without the starships to give battle, the colonists targeted the Earth fleet dropships as they attempted to land. Neither side could could an advantage and so diplomacy resumed. With some bitterness on both sides, a negotiated settlement was reached and in 2242, the Federal Accord was announced. This was effectively an extension of the consitution of the Federation, which briefly changed its name to the "Federation of Star Systems" - but this did not stick, and the term "Federation" returned.

The Federal Accord granted independent rights and membership to each system that signed it, provided they met certain development goals. Initially each of the signatories (including Earth) did not meet the goals, as the core principle of the agreement made at Tau Ceti was to eliminate the political games that had been played in the previous century.

So, Lave wasn't even called Lave (it was L-453) nor was it settled (and depending on how this is read the Galactic Cooperative possibly predated Lave's colonization). Which utterly wipes out completely almost all official lore. The only quasi-official sources that remain are a set of books released by Robert Holdstock (either under his own name or the pen name Steven Eisler) and Malcolm Edwards (for two of them). It should be noted that Tour of the Universe has a Galactic Cooperative map centered on Sol with vague hints of locations of stargates. The systems in this map often use the names of planets in the system for identification Those books are the following:

"The Alien World: The Complete Illustrated Guide" by Steven Eisler
"Space Wars: Worlds and Weapons" by Steven Eisler and forward by Chris Foss
"Tour of the Universe" by Robert Holdstock and Malcolm Edwards
"Alien Landscapes" by Robert Holdstock and Malcolm Edwards

The only known references to the building of generation ships (also referred to as Bubble Ships) are from the gazettes of First Encounters (all these systems are in the game):
Sol
Tau Ceti
Wolf 424
Phiagre

Per First Encounters gazette there were 70,000 generation ships/bubble ships (which agrees with GalNet). We need to figure out if there are records on destinations or we need to figure out where these systems are and try to deduce the location of the stargates (this is probably Raxxla). Tau Ceti and Sirius are on the map. So is Terminus which is in the game. We can possibly use this to help locate Raxxla. Regardless, the discovery happened via a generation ship.
First generation ship launched in 2097 (the Mayflower 97). Raxxla is known by name in 2296.

200 years at sublight speed. With acceleration and deceleration they were unlikely to travel more than 0.5 light speed on average. Probably far less.
Then the generation ship travelers would need to communicate back to Sol / Tau Ceti, with ftl communication. This was not invented, when they left.

If they flew back and told the story, Raxxla has to be very close to Sol.
 
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