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===Short Stories===
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==Short Stories==
   
====Armistice Day====
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===Armistice Day===
 
A short story which focuses on [[Kari]] during her time a a pilot aboard the R.S. [[Sirius]] and reveals more about the [[History]] of the ongoing hostilities between the [[Cirin Alliance]] and the [[Republic of Daranir]]. {{CDNews|09.04}}
 
A short story which focuses on [[Kari]] during her time a a pilot aboard the R.S. [[Sirius]] and reveals more about the [[History]] of the ongoing hostilities between the [[Cirin Alliance]] and the [[Republic of Daranir]]. {{CDNews|09.04}}
   
====Grey Station====
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===Grey Station===
 
[[Niobe]] is in urgent need of repairs and [[Sarah]] leads [[Vaegyr]] and [[Larissa]] to [[Grey Station]]. However, standing between them and the rare component they desperately need stands a bitter mercenary who smells an opportunity for profit, and when his somewhat hazardous past pays an unexpected visit, everything goes to hell.
 
[[Niobe]] is in urgent need of repairs and [[Sarah]] leads [[Vaegyr]] and [[Larissa]] to [[Grey Station]]. However, standing between them and the rare component they desperately need stands a bitter mercenary who smells an opportunity for profit, and when his somewhat hazardous past pays an unexpected visit, everything goes to hell.
   
 
Set shortly after the declaration of war, “Grey Station” features Sarah before she became [[Controller]] for [[Espenson Station]], and shows how [[Hal]] joined the [[Niobids|team]]. {{CDNews|09.12}}
 
Set shortly after the declaration of war, “Grey Station” features Sarah before she became [[Controller]] for [[Espenson Station]], and shows how [[Hal]] joined the [[Niobids|team]]. {{CDNews|09.12}}
   
====Distant Thunder====
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===Distant Thunder===
 
[[Kari]]’s former Commander, [[Stardust]], has been temporarily assigned to the R.S. [[Antalya]], a [[Tempest class Battleship]] in order that inexperienced pilots behind the front lines can benefit from his wisdom. However what looks like a routine stopover to refuel quickly turns into a nightmare.
 
[[Kari]]’s former Commander, [[Stardust]], has been temporarily assigned to the R.S. [[Antalya]], a [[Tempest class Battleship]] in order that inexperienced pilots behind the front lines can benefit from his wisdom. However what looks like a routine stopover to refuel quickly turns into a nightmare.
   
 
[[Distant Thunder]] was originally written in 2009 as a script for a short film for college but in the end David only had the time and resources to make a trailer. Now Supporters can read the story in its entirety! {{CDNews|10.00}}
 
[[Distant Thunder]] was originally written in 2009 as a script for a short film for college but in the end David only had the time and resources to make a trailer. Now Supporters can read the story in its entirety! {{CDNews|10.00}}
   
====D-Sected====
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===D-Sected===
 
Set shortly after the events of [[Chapter 8]], “D-Sected” is the story of [[Ring]], proprietor of speciality augs, being paid a visit by a [[D-Sec]] agent curious about his past association with a fugitive named “[[Whisper]]”. {{CDNews|10.17}}
 
Set shortly after the events of [[Chapter 8]], “D-Sected” is the story of [[Ring]], proprietor of speciality augs, being paid a visit by a [[D-Sec]] agent curious about his past association with a fugitive named “[[Whisper]]”. {{CDNews|10.17}}
   
====Baruk's Story====
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===Baruk's Story===
 
[[Baruk Shield]] became famous among [[Cirin]] citizens practically overnight when he crashed a [[Freighter]], laden with a [[torpedo]] warhead, into [[Espenson Station]], killing over two hundred people. This document is Baruk’s journal, recounting his experiences on [[Farhaven]] which led to what some praise as a bold strike for freedom, and other condemn as a cowardly act of terrorism. {{CDNews|10.25}}
 
[[Baruk Shield]] became famous among [[Cirin]] citizens practically overnight when he crashed a [[Freighter]], laden with a [[torpedo]] warhead, into [[Espenson Station]], killing over two hundred people. This document is Baruk’s journal, recounting his experiences on [[Farhaven]] which led to what some praise as a bold strike for freedom, and other condemn as a cowardly act of terrorism. {{CDNews|10.25}}
   

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