S.S. Fawkes - CF-142AC

Departments & Positions

  • Bridge Crew (S.S. Fawkes Manifest)

    The bridge is where the brain of the operation resides. Decisions are made and courses plotted. On top of that it's also room with the big screen used for looking what's happening outside in the cold dark of space. The four people here work closely together, with the help of some deck hands, to keep the Fawkes pointed in the right direction, both physically as well as ethically.

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  • Orion Syndicate (Recurring Characters)

    The Orion Syndicate once owned the Fawkes (then known under another name), they have never forgotten how Mayterial and Meghan scammed it off them in 2391.

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  • The Upper Decks (S.S. Fawkes Manifest)

    Even though the design of the Fawkes is mostly horizontal a distinction is made between the upper decks and the lower decks. Sometimes mockingly called 'first class' by those working on the lower decks, the higher luxury compartments are referred to as the upper decks. This includes guest quarters, a sickbay and a common area that doubles as a lounge and dining room.

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  • Ex-Crewmembers (Recurring Characters)

    The former crew of the S.S. Fawkes were tried and convicted of the smuggling of illegal substances. They are all serving sentences, ranging from a few months to a decade depending on their involvement.

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  • The Lower Decks (S.S. Fawkes Manifest)

    Even though the design of the Fawkes is mostly horizontal a distinction is made between the upper decks and the lower decks. The lower decks are where all the cargo is stored as well as housing for the life support systems. Both the supplies needed for day to day work and the actual valuable goods that the Fawkes transports for third parties are taken care of by the people on the Lower Decks.

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  • Rayleigh Family (Recurring Characters)

    A large corporation, distant subsidiary to the Darth family business. A front for extensive criminal undertakings. Known for it's feudal system of hierarchy with titles to distinguish between the different layers of power. These titles are never used in public discourse, but are insisted upon in private meetings.

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