Bradley Warner poked his head up above the barricade, just enough so that it allowed his eyes to peer over the wreckage that had once been a Rayo Motors’ electric sedan. The flakes of paint over his leather-feeling thermal insulating jacket told him that it had once been gold but days of being used as a barrier and countless pulse rifle shots fired into it had left most of the body silver, the kind that comes from buffing metal to a high shine.
“What’dya see, major?” Lieutenant Solov asked.
“A whole lot of nothing.”
As is the case with all militaries, the Republican Fleet mandated uniforms be worn by their servicemen and women. Often these uniforms were standard items to wear aboard ship but, just as often, the clothes might reflect a given task, position, or occasion.
The New Age of Morality Act is now law. But people are still doing everything they had been just a lot more were now in jail. How well do you think the people of the Republic are going to react to this?
November 6, 2015
The wiki has had technical issues for… a while now but it’s finally back for those who are still listening to the podcast and want to read more.
October 2, 2019