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Old March 8th, 2003, 04:53 AM
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Still in the process of trying to get a good feel for the New Era setting, and I've come to a point where the my understanding of how and where the RC operates doesn't mesh too well with the core book.

Essentially, the purpose of this post is to try and figure out how far away from their core worlds the RCES regularly operates. I would think the idea would be a gradual expansion, with an emphasis on subsuming closer worlds first (with occasional missions deeper into the Wilds).

The Once and Future Emperor adventure in the core book sort of throws that theory into disarray, however. Karaguuka is nearly 50 parsecs from Aubaine, deep into the Wilds. Apart from the fact that the PCs are looking at a round trip in excess of a year, with no access to friendly worlds on their journey, they are also endeavouring to install a friendly government on a planet that they will have great difficulty maintaining contact with until secure communication routes can be established.

So, ultimately, what I want to know is:

Am I missing something? Does the RCES have a grand plan or logistical support network that hasn't occurred to me, and which will allow me to incorporate this adventure, as written, into my campaign in a sensible fashion?

Or, should I move Karaguuka a lot closer and keep the bulk of RCES operations much nearer to home?
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