Primary Plot: Axel
An Offer You Can't Refuse (Begun March 2013)
Captain Paul Gorgon's attempt to get a foothold within the Setlin Commerce Guild's sphere of influence may already be at an end.
Having been warned against the Guild by an old flame, he has had reservations about taking their jobs, even though he's already begun the arduous task of having Axel rated as a registered carrier.
Now, having recently taken on a freelance job, one that could have squashed his hopes of getting in good with the Guild in the first place, he finds himself with a new opportunity.
Griffen Drive Systems wishes to empower Axel's crew with more prominence than they could have ever hoped. The offer made would give Gorgon a new ship, a startup company with official standing, and a support system.
How could Axel's crew turn that down?
Already things are not all that they might seem. At what point does one draw the line? Or is taking advantage of an opportunity the new euphemism for selling your soul.
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Secondary Plots: T'mur and Morningstar
Journey Into The Unknown (Begun February 2013)
Captain Noluk takes the S.S. T'mur on its first mission to explore potential markets for the Setlin Commerce Guild.
But first, there is a little matter of a downed shuttle somewhere in the Nekrit Expanse.
With a newly appointed crew, the captain must learn how to interact with each of them as he begins his journey.
Are they ready? Is he?
Curiouser and Curiouser (Begun Mid 2012)
Captain Sloan and his family led crew aboard the THC Morningstar have found that their ship has a history. One that includes the death of a group of Klingons that had been aboard at one time or another before his acquisition of the ship.
Did they die at their own hands? Did the ship itself kill them? These would seem to be something that the crew now inhabiting the Morningstar would like to know.
More... Is the past of both Sloan and his consort Thedaius Cha'deMara still following them. Sloan thinks so, and it's just possible that his fixation on knowing is more dangerous than the truth itself.