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One Good Deed: Part Two
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Posted: 6 days ago

Held hostage by a shipjacker, the Vulcan pilot Umar tries his best to save a life.

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The Cup: Part Two
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Posted: 1 month ago

Following a harrowing first stage of the Murray Cup, Hypatia Darring must navigate through dangerous obstacles both on and off the course to remain in contention.

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One Good Deed: Part One
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Posted: 1 month ago

A Vulcan pilot finds himself in trouble during a refueling operation.

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The Cup: Part One
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Posted: 2 months ago

Newcomer Hypatia Darring faces fierce competition and unexpected obstacles after landing the pole position at the Murray Cup.

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The Meltdown
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Posted: 3 months ago

A night spent celebrating a new job at microTech leads to regrets the next day.

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Whisperer in the Dark
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Posted: 3 months ago

Tonya Oriel watched the yawning abyss outside the window. The void. It was pure. It was simple. It was permanent.

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Orbital Supermax: Episode Eleven - By Jordan Ellinger
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Posted: 4 years ago

Words are powerful little creatures. Even by themselves, the right words, curse words for instance, carry power. Leashed together in the form of sentences they can provoke a feeling of dread in the listener. The sentence that always provokes the most dread in me is, “There’s something you should know.”

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Orbital Supermax: Episode Ten - By Jordan Ellinger
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Posted: 4 years ago

I’ve piloted fighters before as they’re being refueled in the midst of combat. You’re a sitting duck, parked for precious minutes next to a tanker that is, in reality, nothing more than a metal ball of combustion ready to go off. No matter how intense the fighting gets, you’re paralyzed as your fuel gauge slowly fills. Your bird needs fuel. It is the one constant of combat.

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Orbital Supermax: Episode Nine - By Jordan Ellinger
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Posted: 4 years ago

The Visitor Center of a Super Max prison is often the only place in the whole complex where prisoners can set aside the violent reputations they’ve cultivated for themselves.

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Orbital Supermax: Episode Eight - By Jordan Ellinger
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Posted: 4 years ago

From a far enough distance, a battle in space looks like dueling fireflies. The actual fighters are lost in the glare of their exhaust so all you can see are little points of light darting around against a starry backdrop, and then the occasional violent burst of an explosion.