How long ago was this story?Do you remember this (GalNet)?
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Also interesting case of the generation ship Thetis, with a strange signal from a planet, and the passengers became "zombie-like", but not dead. Maybe the ship's log helps where the signal comes from.
Very old "news" from GalNet archives, 31.01.3302. We never know what happened with that vessel. That "Freelance Report" from GalNet what PhilBFC linked in from 15.02.3302 left open the question around Palin's storyline.How long ago was this story?
How about a new player faction dedicated to the violent eradication of bark mounds galaxy-wide?Better hope he did NOT go to Colonia: the star density in the nebulas around here is just too high to find anything without a lead. I have just tried to find Guardian presence around Colonia and all I could do was to sample different areas in and around each nebula for brain trees or sites... didn't find anything naturally.
Edit: P.S.: If someone is working on an agent killing bark mounds system wide - count me in.
Stumbled upon my first GCRV star on the galmap and took the ~1,800Ly trip to the Little Dumbbell Nebula (GCRV 950). Still had Gan on the mind as we went out there. Again no sign of him, but the system itself did not disappoint. Phenomenal amounts of surface returns, geo and bio both. No apparent links to sentience, though. No brain trees, no barnacles, no outposts, nothing. Beautiful views.I will re-iterate. A lot of large nebulae are nice to look at and very well explored but with the arrival of Guardian tech our ships can jump that little bit further. Two of my GCRV ( so far ) seem to have paths's ( jumpable ) able to get to them. Today I spent equipping and engineering a ship to be able to passively jump 70 ly. Blimy, it was a chore. They are singular stars. Or stars that exploded. With visible vibrance that now can be seen in the in game map.
The Gan Romero storyline was always envisaged as an off-camera narrative. The fact that some people assumed it had an in-game component, and went searching for Romero, was for me further evidence that off-camera GalNet stories could be detrimental to the player experience, and cemented our desire to ensure that all GalNet content related to things that were actually in the game.
The whole development history of ED has been a repetition of FDev saying "Oh. Wow. Never thought players would do THAT!".Ouch ! That's even harsher, imho !
You mean FD didn't even reach to imagine that many Cmdrs would go after their fake Cmdr Romero after publishing that fake... err.. I mean "off-camera" story in... GalNet ?
Bad, bad Penguin !