What's happened so far October's been as productive as September hasn't been. I've managed to lay a lot of groundwork, and it paid off in October nicely. Honestly, it's been awesome to get a bunch of actual stuff done. And it's been a decent breadth of stuff as well. Turns processed, some updates with art,… Continue reading October 2022 Sitrep
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So, it's finally happened!You might have noticed that for the past few weeks, there haven't been many sketch Sundays. Sure, they've still happened, but there's been more and more absences, or late postings. The answer is regretfully simple. I've burned through all the sketches that I had built up over the years. I'm still doing… Continue reading Sketches – What next?
Continuing the series on Building a Navy, once the Fleet Design process has been completed, the next part is establishing Force Size. Having a fleet is all well and good, but fleet operations require crewing and supporting infrastructure. The Chart deWulf Fleet Design A fleet is useless without crew, and it is doubly useless without… Continue reading Building a Navy – deWulf Navy (5)
What's happened so far September has been a bit more productive than I had honestly expected. September is usually a bit of "recover from Gencon (if I went)" and "gearing up for Peak time at work", as well as whatever else tends to hit the fan at the same time. And since things are getting… Continue reading September 2022 Sitrep
Continuing the series on Building a Navy, once the Fleet Missions have been decided, the next stage is Fleet Design. Here the actual decisions are made about what the navy will use in order to accomplish them. The Chart Defined Fleet Missions combined with the Fiscal Environment determines what the Fleet Design is. deWulf Fleet… Continue reading Building a Navy – deWulf Navy (4)
What's happened so far July was a fairly messy month, mostly because a lot of it was following along behind June with a mop cleaning everything up that had happened, and because it was also prepping up for my trip to Gencon. That meant cleaning up everything and getting as prepped as possible for the… Continue reading July/August 2022 Sitrep
By the time the Terran Commonwealth was something more than just a pipe dream in the halls of power, the local sphere of space around Earth was packed with orbital workshacks, habitation stations, power beam arrays, and an ever increasing layer of debris that persistently increased despite the best attempts of everyone to keep it… Continue reading Sketches – Sol 4: TABK Yards
The O'Neill Halo at the Earth-Sol L5 point was one of humanity's most impressive constructs, and is now one of its largest mass graves. A monument to the skill and drive and intelligence of the United North American polity, and a warning that some dreams came at too high a price. When the true leap… Continue reading Sketches – Sol 3: O’Neill Halo