Elite Journal: The Lost Stars
Following the completion of the 3302 Galactic Nebula Expedition, I very slowly made my way across the galaxy towards my plotted route to Beagle Point.
Among my discoveries were water worlds in SCHEAU BLI TY-E C1463, BRAISIO NU-D D13-1352, EORL BROAE TG-K C22-80 A, EORL BROAE RL-K C22-2291, EORL BROAE VF-F D11-7940, and EORL BROAE VF-F D11-5625 C.
I then found a small nebula around LYAISAE PS-U E2-3388…
Apart from a near-miss jumping into a system with three nearby stars (see cover image), things went pretty much to plan. I stopped off occasionally to gather supplies on rocky planets, making sure I’d have enough FSD boosts to get myself out of trouble later on. Images below from SCHEAU BLI BG-O E6-8694 3.
I found further water worlds at SCHEAU BLI JX-R D5-5763 (pictured above) and SCHEAU BLI OD-Q D6-8992, before going on to visit SCHEAU BLI AA-A H154 Nebula. After that AEMORRS WI-B D571 9 and AEMORRS FG-L C22-122 yielded water worlds, before I finally discovered Earth-likes in HYUQU UD-B C1 (below).
The HYUQU RT-I D9-891 was a nice sight, being a 30 solar radius MS Class Star! And apart from a few other near-misses (below), travel went along well for a while…
As my travels continued, I decided to make use of a series of Neutron stars (below), giving myself a significant boost to cut short my journey time.
I used a series of Neutron stars and got all the way to TEQUIA BP-A D913 before things went bad… While supercharging my FSD I got stuck in the radiation beam ‘cone’ for some reason, dropped from supercruise because I didn’t want to hit the star boundry while inside the cone, but took heavy damage to my drive before anything else while in normal space-time. While repairing that, other essential systems broke, effectively trapping me for good.
With my ship destroyed, I took the option to not have it recovered. I got back to the bubble by refusing assistance; I’m back in a Sidewinder, and back home…