Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of Star Citizens...
Dreaming of space goes back - way back to my childhood. To being 10 years old and running home from school to watch reruns of Star Trek. To seeing every episode a multitude of times. To reenacting the voyages in our basement, where a row of out dated appliances against the far wall was the Enterprise. Our U.S.S. Enterprise. I presided over rascally squad from the Captain’s Chair, which was me sitting crossed legged on old washing machine that happened to be in the middle. I would wear my mother’s marigold sweater, the sleeves balled up to my elbows to stop them from dragging. Everyone had to wear the right color sweater cuz – uniforms.
The memories are still vivid. Their faces, voices and laughter. The dust riding on angled shafts of light coming in from the small block windows. A large part of my excitement for Star Citizen is to revive space adventures with my family and friends. It’s the driving force behind my recent ship changes. It’s why I melted/returned other ships to offset the cost of a Constellation Aquila.
The Constellation is one of the most iconic ships in production for Star Citizen. Affectionately called the Connie, it was the first large, multi-function and multi-crew ship announced, that was designed with luxury in mind. The ship’s design allows it to be customized to fit various roles.