Bomba Luigi


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The Bomba incident begins

  So, I just started going out exploring and about 1000Ly out, found a nice looking planet to drive about a bit and having fun. Good times! Then I recall my Ship and it was weird, my view was blocked (lots of high stuff around me) so I target it from the contact...
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After several attempts to climb sheer rock

                      I don't know how Bomba managed to survive out here for so long.   Message intercepted from CMDR Drake Aurum - It appears he has made contact with CMDR Bomba Luigi. Monitoring of all...
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Finaly back in daylight,

Current location is - 14.4944, 155.8265 but I will be moving now, collecting some mats and stuff. Don't ask me whre I'm going, I have no Idea yet   We have intercepted the latest transmission from subject Bomba. The very bottom of the hole we have to get over...
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If you make it to the exit

The other valleys also lead to freedom... eventually. Looks easy from up here, but I'm sure Peregrinus video will show a different reality on the ground. Also "Intersection of Doom" will probably be renamed "Intersection of tea and biscuits" by the time you guys...
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Oh God,

We had been monitoring local radio chatter between a group of CMDR's and subject Bomba. The talk was of SRV sanitary devices - A sign of planetary madness manifesting itself? Due to the lack of a visual signal we have no idea of knowing how much trouble CMDR Bomoba is...
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  Transmission from subject Bomba Luigi Drake was the first who found me, he also found out that the hole is almost Anaconda shaped! its right next to the tea party but it needs its own name! Maybe "The Dormus Challenge"? People looking for a challenge can go...
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Dang, I have one job on this mission - and that is to take pictures. But today I failed even that. The jump that almost caused Bomba to fall back in the same hole, and the ferry-ride on the Drake was just so exiting I forgot myself. However, the lighting conditions...
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