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  1. Hey guys, Jamstaman here! hope you are all well. I've just started a new RP on my channel and thought I would share it here as I know it's a nicely tight wound community. This game is such a great Role-Play game. Let me know what you're opinions of this game is. Please check it out brothers & sisters and let me know you're opinions! thanks in advance to all that help a brother out Just a side note. I know my voice acting isn't really on par but it's all just for a laugh so not to be taken seriously. I am on the look out for people to get involved and do some voice acting! let me know
  2. Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSP2mJ4GRg5YC-F_NJXMCplxJvcYv3mhD
  3. I know Joe is against preorder bonuses because he believes they are risky and are merely a money-grab by developers. However, I typically think that people who are willing to pre-order games show that they trust the developer with their money enough to the point where they're willing to give the developer money in advance for the game. Therefore, I believe developers have the right to reward those loyal consumers with preorder bonuses. If you 100% trust a developer and believe the game will be a hit, then you should be able to voice your trust by reserving a copy of the game. True, there have been cons such as Aliens: Colonial Marines and Duke Nukem Forever, however, there are good examples too, such as Nintendo with any Pokemon title or Bungie with Halo. The real question I believe comes down to the developer and how much you trust them with your money.
  4. So, the makers of FTL just announced a new, completely free expansion pack for their game! It will feature: Mind Control System: Temporarily turn enemies into allies. Force a boarder to repair the damage they just did, or have the enemy pilot sabotage their own helm.Hacking System: Lockdown and disrupt enemy systems. Unique effects for each system, ranging from forcing a teleporter remove boarders to making the medbay damage instead of heal.New Sector and Events: Our writer Tom Jubert has returned along with special guest writer Chris Avellone (of Planescape fame), who managed to find some time for us between his work on Project Eternity and Wasteland 2. They’ve been helping us add a new sector and scatter new events throughout the rest of the game.New Weapons and Effects: Many new weapons that take advantage of new mechanics: overcharging to increase the number of volleys, stun effects to freeze crew, and area effect targeting, to name a few.And more systems, drones, augments, enemy ships, enemy layouts, and hostile environments. All of which we’ll be sure to talk about more in the coming weeks!All that and more! FTL vanilla will still be available, and all new stuff can be disabled from the hangar before starting to play. This is really exciting news! I love FTL, and spent 50 frickin' hours before my first victory. This will be glorious! Source: http://www.ftlgame.com/?p=598
  5. Greeting people! I want to publish to you, dear AJSA members. This is for FTL fans, that I have gathered from reading post that such people exist here! I welcome all you, (and non FTL-fans) to read this! If you like it, please comment on it, and tell me, if you wish for continuation. It is going to be about the game, and to invent a story about the game mechanics and backstory, all the way from the start to the very end! For optimal reading experience, play this on another tab while reading: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejXuKsYSZrg PS. This will also go to deviantart, so don't be alarmed if you find it there. CHAPTER I – ONE SMALL SHIP I looked into the empty space from a window. I saw so many stars, I could have never imagined existing. Every single one of them was so small, that I could fit them between my index finger and thumb. But they were far. So far away, that a several decades earlier no one would ever had survived that trip in time. Not even if he or she was born on a spaceship halfway to the nearest one. But these days, it’s a different story. Mankind has developed so fast, no other era can be compared to this day. The beacon travel was a major breakthrough, which allowed us to move through the galaxy like never before. You can be from several billion miles away of the next beacon, and in just a few minutes be on that beacon. Faster than light travel has changed us so much. It has revolutionized us, opened our eyes to the universe. And best of all, we’ve made contact. After decades of fruitless search, we found one small signal on a distant planet. Its source was unknown at the time, but was presumed to be intelligent life. We spent years preparing for the journey to that distant planet. And was it worth it? The trip was such a drain of our resources many thought it was a waste of time. That we would never find anything worthwhile. Boy, were they wrong. When the astronauts first landed on that planet, it was a barren wasteland, just like Mars. There was just sand and rocks everywhere. But the signal still originated from that planet. The astronauts searched the planet, a mile by mile, square by square. It took them long, but ultimately they found, what elevated us to the galaxy. A small ship, that looked like a scrap pile. It looked just a like a pile of junk, but don’t let looks fool you. Our astronauts stepped in it, life-sensors showing no marks and found technology far beyond our own. Our scientists were fascinated and marveled by the unknown technology. It was so alien, we couldn’t possibly comprehend it. What we could understand, was that the ship was the source of the signal. It was a distress call. We had accidentally picked it, while it was most probably trying to contact its kin. But why would the lone ship send a distress signal, if there was nobody aboard it? Well, our life sensors at least didn’t notice anything, because the thing on board it wasn’t organic. We found a small robot-like creature from the cargo hold. It was unlike we had ever seen. It was mechanical. It was composed of nanomachines, billions of them. It was still humanoid, which led us to believe, it copied our features. It seemed to be offline, but when an astronaut approached it, it came to life! The astronauts readied their weapons, but it was futile. The creature did not want any harm to the people. It tried to communicate with the people that had just awoken it, but we couldn’t possibly understand it. When it understood that we couldn’t communicate with it, the creature walked to a control panel of the ship, and pressed a few buttons. The lights on the board lighted up, and the ship started to shake. Then the small scrap pile took off with astronauts on board. The ones left on the ship they came to the planet, could just look horrified when the small ship disappeared in a flash of light. We thought the men were gone. That they would have been captured by that small mechanical creature. But again, we were wrong. After a year, an unidentified ship appeared in the atmosphere of Earth. We identified the ship using the same technology that we had found a year ago on that distant planet. It landed, and the astronauts that had disappeared a year ago showed up from the vessel. They were all well, and looked better than ever. They told us that they had visited a place far away from Earth, and had seen whole cultures of alien life. They had communicated with them, and created a link between humanity and the aliens. They became the advisors of the future of interstellar travel, and prepared the rest of the humanity for the meeting of the unseen aliens. The mechanical life-form was an Engi. Nobody knows their real origins, but they have always been around. They were the geniuses of the galaxy. They had intelligence and the mechanical knowledge no one else had. They could fix a broken computer in the matter of minutes! There were also several other alien races, such as the Zoltans, who were close allies to the Engi. They were composed of pure energy, and could supply power to whatever they were nearby. One of the astronauts told us that his suit had malfunctioned, and couldn’t supply oxygen to him, but a Zoltan had appeared, and gave his suit the power it needed to operate. An Engi also fixed his suit In no time. They were amazed by their performance. Many other races dwell the galaxy, but we hadn’t seen them yet. We had only heard of them, but the coming decades showed them all to us. We had met intelligent life in the universe, and it was a major revelation to all of us. Many “I knew it”-sentences were said on that day. The universe was way vaster than we had believed for centuries. It opened everyone’s eyes. And now I’m on this certain small ship. The Kestrel, a small vessel built by the Federation. It’s to be commissioned next year, and no more are to be manufactured anymore. It has been a good ride. Me and my crew are going to get a new ship, after this has been thrown to a museum or scrap yard. I’ve seen so much new after leaving Earth, and it has been on this very ship. The Federation recruited me from Earth, when I was 18. Everyone who becomes full aged receives an invitation letter to the Federation’s Galaxy Trooper program. It is completely optional to every citizen, but I chose to go. I’ve always dreamed of seeing the galaxy, and now it’s a dream come true. The Federation also recruits from all races, but only citizens of Earth receive an invitation. If anyone else is interested about joining the Galaxy Trooper program, they have to fill in several files, but they have a fair success rate. The Federation does not discriminate. I have friends of several different races, on this very crew. We have seen so many adventures on this ship, and they are going to continue with our new ship. I couldn’t myself with anyone else than these guys. They are good men, women, mechs, rockthingies, whatever. But I’ve had an ear open to the galaxy’s news. Some people are not too happy about humans not receiving special treatment among the Federation. They feel like humans should be the species in charge of the galaxy. Fools, I say. We are not intelligent enough to handle these things. Democracy, and diplomacy has brought us far, and I don’t see us swaying from it. The disgruntled people will probably just fade away in time, but until then, we can just tolerate them. We have a freedom of speech, but sometimes enough is enough. I’d be there to shut them up for good in a heartbeat, if I had the chance. But I won’t. I’m here riding on this vessel through the galaxy and I’m happy about it. I just feel that a big change is coming. I don’t know what. But something big is brewing. And we won’t like it. END OF CHAPTER I Written by iRocket Please comment :3 I've also attached a download of the file, if you feel that is easier to read than here on the forums. FASTERTHANLIGHTFANFIC.doc