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Origin of a Spaceship: Gold Magnate, History of the

Excerpt from: Origin of a Spaceship
History Of, The

Gold Magnate

  • Status: Extinct
History:

History and classification of various sub-species of spaceship remain fragments in the records of Empire University Shipolgy files. Scattered notations made by researchers and filed away, unpublished in popular formula.

References of the Gold Magnate are found in poems. It appears this particular ship was bred in the stables of the Amarr Imperial House. It is hard to separate the appearance of this particular Magnate from the rest of that cultured stock due to the simplification of the name, 'Gold' or 'Golden'. Yet, history tells that this particular ship, gifted with a ridge of quill lick structures and a thick, golden head-crest, caught the fancy of the empire and was offered as a gift, straight from the imperial hand during a gladiator tournament of some kind.

It appears that the Gold Magnate was aggressive. Unlike its docile brethren who are common companions for explorers and young adventurers, the Gold Magnate was an aggressive fighter and ruled the stables with a terrible dominance. Was the placement of this spaceship one of benefit or not? It is unknown. It is just known that hte Magnate passed into the hands of the winner and from there left the stables.

After that, few references are heard except for a notification written to the stable keeper that the Gold Magnate had died in battle out in the edges of space. It passed out of known history into legend.

Current Times:

Legends grow over time. The stories once traded at the campsite become a point of fixation and obsession. Heros grow out of legends as do saints and monsters. The origin of the Gold Magnate is well known. Its birth in the Imperial Stables a point non contest. The bloodlines are without question. The imperial records are immaculate. It was of no surprise that breeding programs have been attempted. They have all failed.

Until now.

A formal announcement was made that two Gold Magnates had been born. Not even of the imperial stable but a private breeding facility had been pulling DNA from blueprints for a decade. Their announcement was that they had recreated what was thought the be lost. And their announcement brought with it not a wave of joy at the resurrection of a legend but a cry of shattered dreams and an assault upon their news conference. Amid the accusations of witchcraft and trickery much is unknown as to the future of these two, innocent Magnate.

The Imperial Throne has filed a formal complaint with CONCORD over the reclamation and resurrection of their private, genetic line. It is believed that the genetic scraps were pieced together from individuals sold from the imperial Stables and perhaps legends that the shattered wreck was salvaged were true. If so, the birth of these new Gold Magnates may be a sign that reverse blueprint engineering and reclamation salvaging will bring forth more extinct spaceships to current times.

Updates:

The Imperial Throne won its contestment over the Gold Magnate pair and they were were returned to the Imperial Stables.

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