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Old August 24th, 2016, 05:15 PM
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Been thinking what with the release of No Man's Land about a game that starts off with the PCs awakening aboard a crashed ship.
They have no idea how they got aboard, where the ship has apparently crashed nor why they're been marooned.

The idea is that they investigate eventually discovering the means to repair their ship, find a way off world and eventually start working out what had happened.

Would this be an interesting start to a game using the T2300 setting?

Discovering xeno tech a wormhole was detected and the PCs ship was diverted through it carrying the PCs who for various reasons were used as guinea pigs to test out this new development.
The ship they were on was supposed to be a prison transport but due to a major mistake they were sent instead meaning there will be other missions through the wormhole there's just no known means of returning at this stage...
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