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Announcer: The other days of the week will make you blue, but that’s why we bring you Something Every Tuesday with your host, Esen Landari!

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Hello everyone! Thank you … enough, you’re embarrassing me. What a great audience we’ve got tonight. We’ve got an amazing show for you. We’re almost as loaded as Ellroy Cass at the Crimson Tower premiere last week.

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If you’re a Cass-fanatic, like me, it doesn’t get much better than this. If you haven’t seen this yet, you are in for a treat. Cass stumbles out of the theater right in the middle of the Crimson Tower premiere, and as you can see, he might be a little high. Maybe that’s not the right word. He’s stratospherically high. At first, he tries to play it all cool. You know, not wanting to draw any attention from the few paparazzi still there. But they start calling his name, asking if he’s all right, until he stops dead in his tracks …

After a moment, he looks directly into the nearest camera and smiles before suddenly tackling one of these prop “Crimson Towers” they had lining the red carpet. Everyone nearby was just stunned. Mainly because that was easily the biggest hit Cass has been a part of in years.

[ Laughter ]

I adore you, Cass. Would love to have you on the show. Just have your people comm mine. I’m sure we could fit you in anytime after we finish bolting everything to the floor.

[ Laughter ]

Now, Cass wasn’t the only one who had a rough week. Diners at a brand new Xi’an restaurant in Prime flooded a nearby medical facility, claiming that they had contracted severe cases of food poisoning. Food inspectors investigated and guess what they found? Xi’an food.

Apparently no one told these people that’s what it was supposed to taste like. How ridiculous is that? That’d be like getting angry at Herschel Foods because one of their “Too...
Greetings Citizens

We had an eventful last week in Star Citizen.

On Tuesday, we launched our first Valentine’s Day sale. It was a fun way to bring some limited time ships back to the fold, and it looks like many of you took the opportunity to pick up some Origin 85x, Starfarer Gemini, a variety of Vanguards and more. As always, we appreciate your continued support of Star Citizen with your pledge dollars. You make everything we do possible.

Thursday saw an incredibly detailed look at the new Multi-Region Server support in Around the Verse that launched with Alpha 2.6.1. I’ve never seen a segment like it from another game company, and being able to share things like that is one of the many things that set’s Star Citizen apart from other crowdfunded games. ATV also had our first look at the MISC Prospector live in engine, and I speak for myself personally when I say the ship team here continues to impress me each and every month. I only saw it a couple hours before you did, and it was thrilling to see.

Friday saw the launch of our new communications platform Spectrum 0.3.0 to our LIVE testing environment. I won’t bore you with too many details with that, as we already have posts where you can learn all about our newest offering in our post here as well as the FAQ.

Also on Friday we published to our LIVE testing environment Alpha 2.6.1 with the aforementioned Multi-Region Server Support. You can find the post with all those details here.

Whew, that was a bit of a recap, but we had a lot of stuff going on last week. Here’s what’s going down This Week in Star Citizen.

Right now there...
Welcome to Citizens of the Stars, our new weekly program exclusively about you, the Star Citizen Community. Whether through bug reports on the issue council, feedback on the forums, or the creation of content inspired by the game, Star Citizen is only possible because of the community. Citizens of the Stars not only highlights these contributions, but also puts a dev in the hotseat for a round of Quantum Questions, which addresses some fun facts about the dev and game.

On this episode, we focus the Citizen Spotlight on Ungineer and his incredible 3D printed ships. Senior Writer Will Weissbaum gets his chance to answer Quantum Questions, and we name this week’s Top 5 and MVP. Remember, many of the questions used are taken from our Star Citizen Subscribers in this thread here. Don’t forget to add yours for inclusion in future episodes, and remember to keep them short and concise if you want your best chance of having them answered in under two minutes.

The links for this week’s content are below:

  • MVP:...
Greetings Citizens,

Welcome to Star Citizen Alpha 2.6.1! While this patch is primarily dedicated to bug fixes targeting Star Marine, Arena Commander and Crusader, it also includes a number of “quality of life” improvements for the game, updates to Spectator Mode, new implementations of our continuing network code updates, a brand new version of the Super Hornet and the first implementation of our Multi-Region Server Support.

Your launcher should show “2.6.1-506099” as the client version. It is strongly recommended that players delete their USER folder for the LIVE client after patching, particularly if you start encountering any odd character graphical issues or crash on loading. The USER folder can be found (in default installations) at C:\Program Files\Cloud Imperium Games\StarCitizen\Public.

You can read the complete Patch Notes here.

Read on for a quick look at some of the highlights included in Star Citizen Alpha 2.6.1. This week’s Around the Verse also includes an extensive look at our new Multi-Region Server Support and the history of the Anvil Hornet from inception to today’s release.

Technical Advancements

No Matter Where You Go, There You Are

Groundwork aspects of our ongoing network refactor have come online – the first iteration of Network Message Ordering.

Strictly Ordered Network Messaging moves the game away from our previous client-server handling of networked objects, over to our new token system with a strict priority system for managing messaging between client and server nodes.

Jump Point Now Available!

Attention development subscribers: the February 2017 issue of Jump Point is now available in your subscription area. This month’s Jump Point features the development of Star Marine! That, plus a look at the Star Marine community, a visit to the Kallis System, behind the scenes of Jump Point itself and the next chapter ofn an all-new Star Citizen serial from lead writer Dave Haddock! Grab your copy today.

Interested in becoming a development subscriber? You can learn more here.

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Spectrum is a real-time communication web application built specifically for Star Citizen. Its motivation is to bring Star Citizen into your everyday lives. Spectrum allows you to communicate with other citizens whether you are playing the game, at work or on your mobile. Inspired by popular contemporary communication platforms, Spectrum has been built with the latest web technologies.

Spectrum’s focus is to facilitate community. The customization tools will make interaction within organizations agile and sophisticated. No longer will you have to go offsite for your org communication, you will have full access to private customizable chat lobbies, forums private rich chat and soon voice chat.

Spectrum will not only be a means of communication for the players with each other but for you to engage directly with community managers and developers. Additionally, separate lobbies will be accessible to subscribers and concierge.

Spectrum Alpha 0.3 Features


  • Real Time updates of thread replies, user count… spanning the entire platform.
  • A new kind of modern Forum engine with its efficient tag system and sorting mechanics and all the classic features that entail, rich-text, live fetching of URL data, and thread upvotes.
  • A rich Chat engine allowing you to embed media from external (or RSI) sources, plus reactions and emojis.
  • Spectrum-wide Notifications & Alerts, including In-app and browser notifications to messages/reactions and replies, Unread responses and even contextualized Mentions (“@”!). Sound alerts if you want to, and of course these include private messages to any other Spectrum user.


  • One platform does it all. We’ve merged chat and forums into one responsive app.
  • Settings let you...
Chris Roberts and Sandi Gardiner host this week’s Around the Verse, which focuses on the cloud architecture essential for multi-region servers and supporting Star Citizen’s vast size and array of options. Also, Phil Meller and Mici Oliver provide an update from our UK office. Make sure you stick around for a special reveal at the end.

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On this episode of Bugsmashers, Mark Abent highlights a bit of optimization. Learn how adjusting Player move requests when seated or in a ship improves the game’s performance.

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Transportation Policy Poll


Thank you so much for your assistance in answering the following questionnaire regarding the current state of interplanetary and interstellar transportation within the UEE. As a registered ship owner, your opinion is invaluable to help shape transportation policies across the Empire. Analysis of the answers provided will assist in guiding the Department of Transportation and Navigation forward as Humanity continues to change demographically, economically and politically.

We are a nonprofit and nonpartisan research group whose mission is to generate a foundation of data that enriches the public dialogue and supports sound decision-making. To ensure that, the information we generate is of the greatest value to policymakers, Stoddard Research Center is committed to conducting inquiries in a manner that is impartial, open-minded and meets the highest standards of methodological integrity.

To this end, we encourage you to read each question thoroughly and consider each answer carefully. There are no right or wrong responses, but it is important that your opinions are accurately and truthfully recorded. For convenience, all questions and responses concerning dates and lengths of time are given in SET. If you answer “other” to a question, please feel free to elaborate in the section provided below.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Jasper Milon
Senior Research Analyst
Stoddard Research Center

Note: This poll is intended only for registered ship owners. If you believe you have received this survey in error, we apologize and kindly ask that you disregard this comm. Click here to unsubscribe from future communications....
Valentine’s Day Sale!

This Valentine’s Day, we’ve got love and rockets! What better time to introduce that special someone to the wonders of Star Citizen? To that end, we’ve created a special offer that focuses on ships that let you take on the galaxy together. From the stylish 85x runabout (perfect for a romantic evening watching the traffic at Port Olisar) to the massive Starfarer Gemini tanker (room for the whole family… and then some!), we have multi-crew ships for every occasion — plus special discounts on two-packs!

Not quite ready to commit? We’re also giving you (and your loved ones) the opportunity to try Star Citizen for free! Just click HERE, use the code SHARETHELOVE and you’ll receive access to a multi-crew Constellation Andromeda to test fly through Sunday, February 20th. Ready to bring a friend to Arena Commander, Star Marine, Crusader and beyond? A limited number of discount starter packages are also available below. Sale runs through February 28, 2017 or while supplies last.

Origin 85X

Sleek, sharp lines? Classic Origin interior? Check. The 85X is a true couples spacecraft, with twin front seats that allow you and your companion an unparalleled view of the universe ahead. The 85X is a snub ship par excellence, capable of moving from planet to orbit (or station to planet) with ease… and the unique seating configuration is perfect for a romantic date!

Elegantly styled and meticulously constructed, the 85X is a versatile away-vessel that features precision control in and out of atmosphere. Utilizing much of the same thruster technology as the 300 series, the 85x has the power of a racer with the...