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AGC | Star Citizen

Members of the development and production teams from Cloud Imperium Games’ Austin office spent an hour taking questions from our subscribers on Twitch. Here’s the replay from today’s broadcast.

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Mobilizing Militias

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Welcome to another episode of Kaizen. My name is Aaron Schere and I’m here to help guide you through the jump point to financial solvency.

Today, we’ll talk to Vladimir Millar about the rise of militias across the Empire and discuss if this is a long-term trend worth investing in or just a momentary spike. But, before that, let’s take a look at the latest news — time for Market Breakdown.

Past performance is not indicative of future results. Neither Schere, Kaizen nor Farnes Media Partners guarantees any specific outcome or profit. Before acting on information in this program, you should strongly consider seeking advice from your own financial or investment adviser.

Yesterday, Aciedo announced a series of modifications they’ll be making to the construction pipeline of their comm relay stations. The new design won’t look much different from the stations currently seen across the Empire, but the company insists the changes will be well worth it. The relays will be constructed with new alloys to make the frames both lighter and more durable, as well as incorporate a more modular fabrication technique. Though the updated method does cost more per relay, Aciedo claims it will allow for faster assembly of stations, quicker repair and reduced long-term costs. If it works, Aciedo comm stations may become an even more common sight around the Empire.

Now to the Vega System. Even though the system’s overall economy has lagged since last year’s Vanduul attack, there are growing glimmers of hope. First and foremost, Kastak Arms: the Selene-based personal weapon and armor manufacturer has seen profits surge the last few quarters.

Yesterday, the company announced a handful of initiatives that show the company is not one to simply sit on success. Instead, Kastak...
On today’s Bugsmashers, Programmer Mark Abent tackles a new bug arising from the updated Enter-Ship Animations where the Player’s avatar is off-set when attempting to enter the ship.

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This week join Brian Chambers, Ben Dare and Ivo Herzeg from Frankfurt, as they answer questions about their work on modular space stations and vision stabilization, as seen in this week’s Around the Verse.

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A word from our host

Astro Armada Presents

GALACTIC TOUR’S DOG FIGHTER OF THE YEAR

The voting is over and the results have been tallied. Which works out perfectly as the winner of “Bomber of the Year” is in fact the Tali. Turns out size does matter, at least when you’re looking to wipe something from the face of existence. Many of you were quick to praise the mighty Aegis Retaliator for its ability to deliver massive payloads and for those of you who were hoping I was going to make some sort of wordplay off of how the results were a total bombshell or something like that, sorry, I just won’t do it. Standards.

Don’t worry if your ship of choice didn’t win the last poll, Galactic Tour’s Fan Favourite Flyer isn’t ready to call it quits yet. This week we are going to have you decide which carefully crafted craft is deserving of the title “Dogfighter of the Year.”

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Aegis Dynamics Sabre

It is said that in life there are the quick and there are the dead. It’s also said that the fastest way to sort out which is which is by putting them up against an Aegis Sabre. Those who have experienced flying against this nimble fighter often compare the experience to be kicked in the face by a ballerina. Which from my personal experience, sounds a bit more enjoyable than actually having to watch one.

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Consolidated Outland’s Mustang Delta

Straight from the mind of Silas Koerner and into your trigger happy hands comes this meaty variant of the Mustang. Maybe not the obvious choice at first glance, but it is worth noting that insider sources have revealed that the Navy considered...
This week, we go out to our Frankfurt Studio, where Brian Chambers updates us on the studio’s progress and we get a complete look at the Vision Stabilization system from Ivo Herzeg himself.

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Chris Roberts sits down with Josh Herman to discuss Character Heads and Character Customization with never before seen footage in an all-new 10 for the Chairman: Special Edition.

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Portfolio: Argo Astronautics
Portfolio: Argo Astronautics


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While it may not be a well known company among the general population, since their products are traditionally manufactured for industrial purposes, it is almost a guarantee that Argo Astronautics’ hard work and effort has impacted your life. From the fresh shipment of beans in your morning coffee to the connector ferry you take to the office, Argo has become an institution in its seven centuries of existence, thanks to its varied line of rolling stock, shuttles and utility vehicles. Yet as widespread as the company is now, it all started with a single train.

In 2243, after close to one hundred years of moving people and cargo across the expanses of North and South America, the aging and complex Trans-America maglev rail line was in desperate need of an overhaul. Spanning from Barrow, USA, to Punta Arenas, Chile, it was the third longest stretch of continuous mono-track on planet Earth and transported tons of freightage daily. However, with sub-orbital transfers gaining a larger share of the overall cargo shuttling market, and the train crossing through so many different territorial governments, few companies wanted to take on the herculean task of upgrading the complex line.

While various governmental bodies tried to gain traction for investment into the infrastructure, the plans never gained the critical mass needed to achieve funding. All eyes had turned to the new growing community on Mars, Meanwhile, the new, faster quantum drives from RSI drove more interest, and with it money, toward establishing our place in the solar system, and focusing further and further away from Earth. As delays and breakdowns on the rail line became more and more frequent, it seemed...
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Star Marine 2

Hello and welcome to Spectrum Spectator. Thanks for joining us! That fine gentleman is Lars Gonall, and I, as always, am the indomitable Daisy Wences. If you were looking for a show with all the latest spectrum news, reviews, and a bunch of opinionated arguing, then you’ve found the right place.

Lars: If, however, you were hoping for a show about cooking aboard your starship, then you are in the completely wrong place. What you probably want is Dinner Adrift with Chef Carmilla.

Good point, Lars. We are not Dinner Adrift.

Lars: Now that I think about it, have we ever reviewed Dinner Adrift?

I don’t believe we have. We don’t really talk too often about cooking shows.

Lars: Well, at least ones that aren’t competition cooking shows.

True, we both got a little too invested in Hot Out the Oven last season. Still think Beatrice should have won Best Baker. Her scones were objectively a million times better.

Lars: Did you hear that neither host will be returning for the premiere of Celebrity Hot Out the Oven this season?

Yeah, my guess is that neither one of them were willing to risk trying a cake that Ellroy Cass baked.

Lars: What would that even taste like?

Glitter and sadness.

Lars: For those of you keeping track of the score, that’s Daisy one hundred and fifteen and Ellroy Cass zero.

It’s pretty easy to win an insult contest when the other person doesn’t even know you’re alive.

Lars: Sure, you say that now, but for all we know Cass is out there right now crying in a bathroom.

Safe money is always on Cass being in a bathroom doing something.

Lars: One hundred and sixteen.

All right, playful banter achieved! Shall we move on to today’s actual reviews? I’ll even let you pick where we start.

Lars: Oh boy!

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Star Marine 2

Hello and welcome to Spectrum Spectator. Thanks for joining us! That fine gentleman is Lars Gonall, and I, as always, am the indomitable Daisy Wences. If you were looking for a show with all the latest spectrum news, reviews, and a bunch of opinionated arguing, then you’ve found the right place.

Lars: If, however, you were hoping for a show about cooking aboard your starship, then you are in the completely wrong place. What you probably want is Dinner Adrift with Chef Carmilla.

Good point, Lars. We are not Dinner Adrift.

Lars: Now that I think about it, have we ever reviewed Dinner Adrift?

I don’t believe we have. We don’t really talk too often about cooking shows.

Lars: Well, at least ones that aren’t competition cooking shows.

True, we both got a little too invested in Hot Out the Oven last season. Still think Beatrice should have won Best Baker. Her scones were objectively a million times better.

Lars: Did you hear that neither host will be returning for the premiere of Celebrity Hot Out the Oven this season?

Yeah, my guess is that neither one of them were willing to risk trying a cake that Ellroy Cass baked.

Lars: What would that even taste like?

Glitter and sadness.

Lars: For those of you keeping track of the score, that’s Daisy one hundred and fifteen and Ellroy Cass zero.

It’s pretty easy to win an insult contest when the other person doesn’t even know you’re alive.

Lars: Sure, you say that now, but for all we know Cass is out there right now crying in a bathroom.

Safe money is always on Cass being in a bathroom doing something.

Lars: One hundred and sixteen.

All right, playful banter achieved! Shall we move on to today’s actual reviews? I’ll even let you pick where we start.

Lars: Oh boy!

What do you say?...