Monday, January 31, 2011


I have lost yet another Hurricane! I have to admit, I'm losing my composure! I would tell you how I lost it, but I'd suggest you go to my previous post for that!
By some form of twisted fate I stumbled upon exactly the same WH as last time. This time I did scan for ships first, and found none. Mind you though, at the time I didn't realize I was in the same WH, so after scanning down an anomaly I collected my cane and did my thing. And then, "oh look a Loki uncloaked!"

Friday, January 28, 2011

R.I.P. Immortallus

I imagine my body feeling the warmth of the sun as I fly by the Torrinos star in my pod. I doubt that my pod would actually let any warmth breach it's shields though. The warp to the Ibura gate is a nice quiet moment in contrast to the events that just preceded, time to contemplate, think about the mistakes, learn..."WHAT? How?" comes the voice of a fellow corp member, Seth, in response to my claim that I just lost my ship. Yes, Immortallus is no more, and with it, my clean streaks in wormhole space.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Into the unknown...again!

I found a wormhole! It was a quiet class 2 in the Isinokka system. Found another just before that one and I watched it collapse soon after I arrived, a wonderful and rare sight that made me pause to think about the repercussions if I had jumped through a minute before. Some part of me have always wanted to get lost in unknown space, now that would be an adventure! But on to the wormhole I found right after.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Introductions and Such

Well met!

My name is Yuzuki Katayanagi, I'm a Vherokian capsuleer trained by the Republic University, though it has been a few years now (and a few deaths) since I graduated. I’ve had many adventures along my travels and met quite a few faces, some of which remain friends to this day.
I have recently acquired more friends, a place to call home and new goals for the future. These all came in the form of a corporation called Abaddon Innovations. They took me in while I was in a rather tight spot because of a wild investment that turned sour and left me flying in an Ibis digging around for any scrap of money I could find. I soon realized though that we shared a common fascination: wormholes