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Old July 29th, 2012, 10:37 PM
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Default Traditions aboard ship?

I had a thought about different traditions that Travellers might have (I know - here I go thinking again...). We already have things like the Low Lottery and Jump Dimming. Has anyone done anything like 'Crossing the Line' when a U.S. Navy ship crosses the equator or awards for certain achievements like Andre Norton had in Star Rangers - the Far Roving Star?
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