This time, your prioritize your engines and lifesupport. Legion decides to investigate the engines, but soon finds out that the main engines are severely damaged. It's unlikely that the spare parts you have with you will be enough to completely repair them. You could try to do a patch up job, but repairing fuel pumps and combustion chambers with low quality scrap useally isn't a good idea. Besides, it's unlikely you would be able to navigate this dangerous terrain at full speed. The auxilaries should get you through, provided you aren't chased by anything.
Work on lifesupport doesn't progress much either. It appears the primary oxygen synthesizer is damaged, and there's some damage to the control boards too. The temperature control system suffers from a severe deficit of cooling liquid, and without correct spare parts you ain't going to be able to do much. Nevertheless it appears that the system is capable of keeping you alive for the time being, and should things go wrong, you can always retreat to your small cargo shuttle.
First you send out a scouting party to look for some more computer and sensor technology. Thanks to a nice stroke of luck, they manage to come across a mostly intact cockpit of a Union interceptor, which yields a small amount of electronics and radar parts. You still need to install it, and possible reprogram it, but if you do your ship would have a rudimentary radar system.
Sealing the holes in the ship proves problematic, as scrap isn't exactly the best material to make airthight patches of. After a nearmiss from yet another failed patch, you decide to call of the effort and focus elsewhere.
You send out another scout party, and manage to find a small amount of frozen fuel, floating near the wreck of an old interstellar fuel transport. While the ship itself is scrap, there might be more fuel inside. Unfortunately, solid hydrogen is extremely unstable, as the slightest amount of heat from your engines might cause it to melt and evaporate, instantly refreezing it and anything near. The crew demand if they should attempt to harvest the fuel, or not.
Meanwhile, Max Lukasson, one of your pilots is calling for a indepth exploration of the the scrapyard.
-Inner scrapyard: Current location [Illegal to be here]
-Outer scrapyard: A more dangerous place, since ships are actively dumped here and the automated droid patrols make harvesting harder [Illegal to be here]
-Scrapyard borders: Sometimes scrap floats outside of the scrapyard, allowing everyone nearby free pickings.
-Galven III orbital habitation station: The majority of this sector resides here, or on the planet below. Due to the risk of an epidemic and a paranoid governement, planet acces is strongly limited, hence the creation of the orbital hub.
-Galven III Trade hub: This station includes a repair station, and has some governement officials. You probably could get your ship registered here.
-Galven III jump beacon: [ Pirates(seldomly seen)]
2 weeks of food
3 units of simple electronic parts
1 unit of electronic parts
A salvaged radar and some computer parts.
Plenty of low quality scrap metal and damaged armour/hull plating
30 spacesuits (Modified emergency suits, not that durable, usefull.)
Armour: Depleted, several holes
Structural: Good shape, several holes
Power supply: Low
- 4 Lasers:
- 4 Rail guns: No ammo
- Turrets: missing
- 4 Missile launchers: Offline, but functionall (0/20 missiles loaded)
-Gone, manual only
-Sensors (Manually operated)
-Active (Targetting) sensor: offline
-Operational, but barely
- 2 out of 8 Main reactors
-Jumpcontrol: Manual only
-Jumpcapacitors: Tertiary capacitors only
- Main engines down (Severely damaged)
-2/8 Auxilary thrusters online
-Docking bay (1/5)
-Cargo shuttle (370/400 fuel)
-John Gibson (TylerTheCreator)
-Promtho (Terra 162)
-Diana Banks (Ukrainian Ranger)
-George William Gyralt (GreatWyrmWold)
-Legion McCaffee (Dariush)
Max Lukasson (Tophat)
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