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17th Jan '16 5:35:40 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: ''SpaceAboveAndBeyond'' is set in the ''StarControl'' universe.]]

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[[WMG: ''SpaceAboveAndBeyond'' is set in the ''StarControl'' ''VideoGame/StarControl'' universe.]]
27th Mar '14 6:31:12 PM Hyrin
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* Those features could possibly be mutations from radiation, either from a colony ship that didn't protect its crew or from a previously unknown radiation on the world they settled.


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2nd Apr '13 5:40:52 PM Hyrin
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[[WMG: This series is the prequel to ''Series/Firefly'']]
A colony ship fell through a one-way wormhole and ended up in the system that ''Firefly'' takes place in. After 500 years, the truth has been garbled due to the issues of getting set up from scratch.

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[[WMG: This series is the prequel to ''Series/Firefly'']]
''{{Series/Firefly}}'']]
A colony ship fell through a one-way wormhole and ended up in the system that ''Firefly'' takes place in. After 500 years, the truth has been garbled due to the issues of getting set up from scratch.scratch or possibly for political reasons.
2nd Apr '13 5:40:12 PM Hyrin
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[[WMG: This series is the prequel to ''Series/Firefly'']]
A colony ship fell through a one-way wormhole and ended up in the system that ''Firefly'' takes place in. After 500 years, the truth has been garbled due to the issues of getting set up from scratch.
28th Aug '12 9:06:50 AM CynicalBastardo
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[[WMG: ''SpaceAboveAndBeyond'' is set in the ''StarControl'' universe.]]
The [=InVitros=] are, in fact, the Androsynth.
3rd Jun '12 7:08:28 PM fulltimeD
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[[WMG: The Humans and Chigs rely on a number of different FTL methods]]
References are made to (naturally occurring?) wormholes, "Hawking Drives" as well as relativistic travel, but it's never really made clear how people in the 'Verse travel faster-than-light, though they clearly must in order to wage an interstellar war with troops and ships moving between star systems week after week. References to FTL travel in-verse make it sound rather opportunistic, with "windows" of time during which particular journeys can be made (this probably references wormhole travel, which could be used as much as possible to save power).
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