Profil du CMDR BrythonLexi > Journal de bord
OOC: Feeling like exploring and finishing my ranking to Elite. Not feeling up to missions or trade lately.
IC: November 7, 3308 Galnet reports massive anomalies heading towards the main human Bubble. To me, these anomalies look suspiciously like Thargoid vessels. I've heard other explorers name these "Stargoids" due to their size. It is likely these Stargoids will arrive in the coming months.
After the firing of the Proteus Wave, I have thought to put two and two together - this is the Thargoid's Proteus Wave. It is clear that the Thargoids intend to do to us what they did to the Guardians. And we deserve it, having shot first.
To President Hudson, the Far God Cult was right. You would have done well to listen to them; or at least let them survive - and now you will reap what you sowed.
I, for one, intend to survive until my natural end-of-days. To that end, I thank the Deep Space Support Array for their forward-thinking in placing carriers throughout the galaxy. It is likely that the DSSA's carriers will be my forever home after the inevitable.
As for Colonia and the Azura Intiative? The Thargoids will know. It's not like we built a highway of stations between the Bubble and Colonia... Azura will be next, I can tell.
Farewell, commanders. Those of you who follow common wisdom, see you out in the black. And don't forget the fuel scoop and AFMU.
Unfortunately, the first time I booted up Elite after an OS reinstall means I only have the logs from the 17th of September and afterward, and the first half of my Elite journey is gone to the aether of lost data.
That time was standard new commander fare. Getting set up in the starting systems, saving up for my flagship AspX and other vessels, and learning the basics of ratting (though I never rescued anybody). I tried my hand at Guardian tech and failed, but did learn how the engineering works.
My passion is exploring the stars, and my aim (once I get an engineered FSD) is to visit Colonia, Sag A*, and Beagle Point in one long voyage. The beautiful systems I will find along the way will be my beacons of inspiration and hope in this galaxy, despite the Thargoid threat. Who knows what amazing systems I will find, what planets I will land on, what life will be found.
Already today I have landed on Strong G, visited the Ringed Binaries, and laughed at the glorious plaid speed of Mitterand Hollow. And yes, I have recieved my free 'conda... or rather a mug depicting it.
Long live the explorers, Humanity's brave feelers into the unknown!
Cheers, CMDR BrythonLexi