There is a great deal of space in the Sol system.
These are small stories of the people who fill it.


Listen to fragments of the lives of people belonging to three vastly different cultures-- Terrans-- planet-dwellers fighting to maintain the lives they’ve always known in an increasingly-precarious ecosystem, Belters--fiercely independent individualists, scraping out livelihoods on the asteroids and moons of the Sol system, and the Peregrination-- former refugees turned family, struggling simply to exist in the blackness of space.

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About the Show


Every life has a story. Is a story.

Some of those stories are epic. Spanning generations, reaching between the stars, describing the rising and falling of empires. Some change the rotation of the planets, push moons out of their orbits.

And some are smaller.

Some stories are of individual lives, personal tragedies and triumphs. Of people, just trying to get by. Trying to create identity, or understanding, or peace, or family in the chaos of the universe.

Trying to create breathing space.

But the Sol system has a lot of space.

These are stories of the individuals that live in that system, and the frontiers they explore to find their space.


Breathing Space, Fading Frontier is an anthology Science Fiction audio drama, telling stories written by a variety of authors in a shared, and collaboratively built universe.

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Episodes air on the first and third Friday of the month.



Season 2


[S02E01] My Stars Will Never Leave Me & On Rocky Ground

My Stars Will Never Leave Me Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

On Rocky Ground Written by James BIg

In the immediate aftermath of the Centennial Storm, 2 longtime-friends & shipmates learn new things about each other, & their relationship.

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A solar storm can kill a ship or rip a station to shreds, but what will it do to a couple on Mars whose relationship is already on the rocks? Does it push them together, or finish tearing them apart?

The Cast
My Stars Will Never Leave Me
Shan is played by JPG
True is Played by Mel Nichols

On Rocky Ground
Ariel "Ari" Attison is played by Vic Collins
July Lamarie is played by Meredith McKee
Rick Princip is played by M. German
The Computer is played by
York Ventura is played by Sean Gettys

[S02E02] The Long Way Home From Series

Written by Scott Paladin

Grey, a dogwalker, is hired by a wealthy Terran senator to retrieve her wayward child, Link, from the Peregrination. But the job becomes complicated as Grey learns more of why Link left, and what the plan for them really is.

The Cast
Farza is played by Christine Savage
Grey is played by Vic Collins
Link is played by Kasha Mika
Nandri is played by Devin Nelson

[S02E03] The Debt-End Job

Written by Thomas Flemming

Two strangers meet at a bar. One is a disgraced former YuKon PR rep at the end of his rope. The other, a career criminal looking for his next score. They soon hatch a plan to steal from one of the richest people in the system. What could possibly go wrong?

The Cast
Korrine is played by Emma Johanna Puranen
Mik is played by M. German
Bridger is played by Vic Collins
Preston Jorgensen is played by Thomas Flemming
Chip is played by Paige Koch

[S02E04] Ships in the Night

Written by Olivia Cottle

Price is a cashier for Waystation Markets Store 369, a small pit stop in the Belt frequented only by people just passing through and refueling or its own employees. When you live on-site and only have your manager for constant company, you make your own fun- and Price spends their shifts musing about the patterns they’ve recognized in the customers who stop here. Every stranger has a story, and Price wonders just how much they’ll factor into those - or how much those factor into them.

The Cast
Price is played by Jerry Harris
Manager is played by Eryn Cerise
Big Shot is played by Cassidy Caruso
Curious is played by Cam Clark
Trouble is played by J.D. Jackson
Long Hauler is played by Emma Johanna Puranen
IWM Agent is played by Vic Collins

[S02E04] Solidarity Forever

Written by Lee Seguinte

The Intrastellar Workers Movement continues to fight for worker’s rights and unionization against megacorporations like YuKon, and they’ve gained an unlikely leader. A small group of IWM members plan and execute an attack on one of the distribution nerve centers of the delivery giant, which happens to be in the middle of a space bus station.

The Cast
Carmine Rey is played by Paige Koch
Gabija Castor is played by Patrick Mendleson
Paysley Cogg is played by Bunny Eponine "Nine" Haidee is played by James Big
Manda Acterburg is played by Olivia Cottle
Angus Sparacello- Alberto J Garcia

[S02E05] Flicker of a Torch

Written by Corvyn Appleby

Far from home, a soft-spoken traveler runs into a charismatic stranger in a bar. One tells a true story, and the other one tells a lie. Years in the past, two friends born and raised on an abandoned mining outpost find themselves on diverging paths - one wants to stay, and one plans to leave. Things fall apart, and when they do, they leave behind pieces to be picked up.

The Cast
Pa is played by Richard Kreutz-Landry
Lespie is played by Ally Amador
Brighter is played by Kale Brown
Murash- is played by Kris Allison

[S02E06] Station at the End of the Universe & The Tale of the Knock at the Airlock

Station at the End of the Universe written by Charlie Neal

The Tale of the Knock at the Airlock written by Lee Seguinte

As five friends depart Venus after reuniting, they take time to talk and share their experiences “at the Station” and learn that all of them had terrifying and unexplainable experiences.

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A troop of Venusian Solar Scouts and their fearless leader take an overnight trip to a surface observation and survey station. But what starts as a chance to work on some badges turns into a very strange, and more than a little scary, experience in the dark.

The Cast

The Station at the End of the Universe
Ember Smauk is played by Eryn Cerise
Devan Heights is played by Quill Turner
Myllis Tanaka is played by Paige Koch
Luke Kingsley is played by Charlie Neal
Yue Tanaka is played by Ayumi Shinozaki

The Tale of the Knock at the Airlock
Gary is played by Thomas Flemming
Ayrik is played by Christine Savage
Frank is played by Arielle Click
Keekee is played by Rebecca Kraus
Kris is played by Justin Joyce
The Shuttle Pilot is played by

[S02E07] Let Sleeping Dogs

Written by Scott Paladin

The crew of the freighter Six Foot Weaver try to capitalize on an opportunity for some quick salvage, but in their greed activate a dangerous YuKon security drone.

The Cast
Ridley is played by Alice Kyra
Cameron is played by Rebecca Krause
Romero is played by Zach Jaquays
Carpenter is played by Erika Kaiser
Raimi is played by Scott Paladin

[S02E08] Felina, Goodbye

Written by Erika Kaiser

An old gunslinger-turned-cricket-farmer gets pulled out of retirement for one last ride to save Felina, the love he thought was lost.

The Cast
Theo is played by Scott Paladin
The Kid is played by Jem
Mason is played by M. German

[S02E09] Will There Be Any Freighters in Heaven

Written by Michael Panush

Two short stories of No Go life.

Boom Went The Bomb
In the immediate aftermath of the Centennial Storm, Booster Rockets once again comes to the aid of a rich kid in trouble.

No Power Greater
A new recruit to the Intrastellar Workers’ Movement, alongside the NoGo Doctor Dr. Gold, travels the system trying to balance her ideology with the reality of life.

The Cast
Boom Went the Bomb
Low Orbit is played by Thomas Flemming
Dominic Delmonico Delfino is played by Charlie Neal
Booster Rockets is played by Sean Gettys

No Power Greater
Callie is played by Christine Savage
Earnest Griggs is played by Quill Turner
Dr. Gold is played by Thom Freitag

[S02E10] The Train Job

Written by Lee Seguinte

Two familiar faces work together to steal something a very rich person doesn't need and give it to another very rich person who doesn't need it, as it’s transported from Luna to the Ganymede Exotic Floral Exhibition. It’s a flawless plan, but they didn’t count on running into the law.

The Cast
Alfee Augusto is played by Scott Paladin
Marshall Layla Bird is played by Erika Kaiser
Marshal Mack Reyez is played by Ryan Astheimer
Anse is played by Quill Turner
Gasto is played by Corvyn Appleby

[S02E11] Ride, Boldly Ride

Written by Scott Paladin

Raven Station’s new sheriff, Luce, arrests a dangerous criminal and comes under threat. Aided only by Brother Argyre, a wanderer who has Heard the Call, they must fend off the criminal gang, led by Luce’s old mentor and friend.

The Cast
Brother Argyreis played by Interiority Luce is played by Emma Johanna Puranen
Shay Russel is played by Thom Freitag
Nathe Russel is played by Scott Paladin

[S02E12] The Real Thing

Written by Scott Paladin

Summary Here

The Cast
Tora Zanches is played by Kris Allison
Eka Amityskin is played by Rue Dickey
Ettienne Calsdottir is played by Christina Mcclain
Evie Yurisdottir is played by Jeremiah
Yuri Arturoskin is played by Scott Paladin

[S02E13] The Gambler

Written by Lee Seguinte

On a warm summer's evening, on a train bound for nowhere, I met up with the gambler. We were both too tired to sleep. So we took turns staring out the window at the darkness, the boredom overtook us, and he began to speak.

A conversation between two men on a long space flight about family, belonging, and loss.

The Cast
Bel Lamar is played by M. German
Daequin is played by JD Jackson
Kinten Lamar is played by Rue Dickey
Loren Naught is played by Steven Zivic
Rake is played by Kris Allison
Ferrah is played by Evan Saft

Season 1


[S00E01] Breakdown

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

Spacefaring Vessel Registration
[Ceres Accords 190A-34.12]

Ship Designation: RM63F
Ship Name: Open Sky
Registered Owner: Cal Andrews
Registered Pilot: Cal Andrews
License Type: S1-SR
Licensed through: Ceres Satellite Station 5
Description: single-crewed, short-range vessel, limited cargo capacity, type V 8VAC/Atmo, propulsion class 5CF

Read the script here

The Cast
Addie is played by Paige Alena
Cal is played by Vanessa Haas

[S00E02] Paradisio, an Omega Hotel Group hotel

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

Is life on the ground getting you down?
Are you feeling stuck in the mud?
Then it’s time to visit paradise!

Paradisio is a privately-owned orbital belonging to Omega Hotel Group, incorporated on Phobos and not subject to Terran law or governance. Guests take responsibility for their own health and safety, and understand that fluctuations in the orbital’s temperature, atmo, power, and gravity may occur. Legal waivers required upon check-in.

Read the script here

The Cast
Announcer is played by Sean Gettys
Terms and conditions read by M. German

[S00E03] You Must Be A Belter, Because You’re Out Of This World: Never Fail Pickup Lines For Terrans

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

“You Must Be A Belter, Because You’re Out Of This World: Never Fail Pickup Lines For Terrans” is packed page-to-page with stunning one-liners guaranteed to get you any guy, gal, or pal out in space.
Listen to this sampler, and then send your first payment of 6.99 to blueline commdress B837583!
DISCLAIMER: Book is intended for entertainment purposes only. The publishing company cannot be held liable for any outcomes that result from use of these lines.

Read the script here.

The Cast
Voiced by: Vic Collins, Rue Dickey, Shannon Roby, Thomas Fleming, Vanessa Haas, Alice Kyra, Charlie Neal, Corvyn Appleby, Landon Corbin, Dusty Hill, Olivia Cottle, Cam Clark, and M. German.)

[S00E04] Blues for the Black

Written by Scott Paladin

Tired from your time out in the cold void of space? Take load off at the Ring and Ray, the finest place on Walden Station for food and refreshment.

Bask in the cultured ambiance of our vintage PlayMe(tm) player free piano while you sup on the finest foods, formed in house by our top of the line bioprinter, with finishing touches by our friendly staff. Try a proburger, seared on our imported Cincinnati griddle and topped with pickled garlic cubes. Trying to find a place for that special night out? Come here for a taste of the Green Flash, our signature cocktail, and see if it puts some get-up-and-go in your glands like everyone says.
Head today to Walden Station and find us waiting for you on deck 8 right across from the Ranger Station. You can't miss us.

We'll keep a stool open for ya.

Read the script here.

The Cast
Slick is played by Scott Paladin
The Bartender is played by Sean Gettys
Tower Controller is played by Jeremiah

[S01E01] Goodnight, You Moonlight Ladies

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

"Some of the most beautiful sights in the System lie along the Saturnian Stock Drive, but damned if it ain’t a lonely ride."

Two asteroid-wrangling vacuum cowboys--one as worn-in as an old exosuit, one new-minted and still shiny. An entire field of mineral-rich BRONCOs. One chance to round them up and bring them home. And one ship of BRONCO rustlers waiting to make off with the string, and the profit.

Read the script here.

The Cast
Herschel is played by Thomas Flemming
Anse is played by Quill Turner
Boseman is played by Vic Collins
Gasto is played by Corvyn Appleby

[S01E02] Rat Among Falcons

Written by Scott Paladin

"Welcome to the Forge Sorrow Into Joy, home ship to 152 of The Family."

Ships of the Peregrination often rescue those afloat in space. But this time, the person Captain Yuri Arturoskin fishes out of the black is more a problem than potential partner- an angry young pirate with no name.

Read the script here.

The Cast
Captain Yuri Arturoskin is played by Scott Paladin
Nulla is played by Jermiah
X.O. Blindskin is played by M. German

[S01E03] Take a Number, Get in Line

Written by Erika Kaiser

"You know how we tell a new guy? They kick rocks. It’s human, I guess. We’re tactile sons of bitches, right? There’s some part of our monkey brains that never grows past the stage where you chew on your hands and try to shove blocks into holes."

There hasn't been a real war on Terra for 150 years. But that doesn't mean she hasn't needed soldiers. Gabriella Bishop, a former marine who saw more than her share of combat in things that weren't actually wars, has one more chance to keep her classification, and it's in the form of a recently-separated "Orbital Buddy" named Ace. It's just that Ace wants her help about as much as she wants to give it. But sometimes, the only one who can get through to a new veteran is an old one.

Read the script here

The Cast
Gabriella “Gabs” Bishop is played by Erika Kaiser
Campbell is played by Alice Kyra
Alex “Ace” Trelawney is played by M. German
The Veteran's Hotline recording & Clerk are played by Alex Judkins

[S01E04] Objects in Motion

Written by Scott Paladin

"This is Jemma Falcano, Solar Scout troop 316, on the freighter Cantankerous. There are three of us aboard. We are adrift."

A troupe of Solar Scouts' attempt to earn their survival badge turns from a simple camping trip in hard vacuum to a life-and-death struggle when an unexpected equipment failure leaves them stranded in an engineless ship, without proper communications, and far outside normal shipping routes.

Read the script here

The Cast
Jemma Falcano is played by Sarah
Ishana Diaz is played by Izzy Trevellian
Veliny Ashgrove is played by Alyssa
Lt. Evie Yurisdottir is played by Jeremiah

[S01E05] The Salvage of the Valentina Tereshkova

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

"Buy me a drink. The stronger the better. And get the funds transferred. When they’re in my account, and the drink’s in me, I’ll tell you what you want to know. The entire story of the salvage of the Valentina Tereshkova."

They've got reliable information about a luxury cruise ship, completely intact and ready to be salvaged. What could go wrong?

Read the script here.

The Cast
Dowe Maddox is played by Izzy Trevellian
ExaNic Pharmaceuticals Agent is played by Sean Gettys

[S01E06] Wayfaring Strangers

Written by Michael Panush

I’m a NoGo—No Home, Going Anywhere. I been that way since I was knee-high. My mother gave me a name, but I won’t bore you with it.

Three short stories about the lives of NoGos, wanderers who travel the System via stolen trips in cargo holds and overlooked corners, and who have their own ways of understanding friendship, loyalty, and honor.

Read the script here.

The Cast
The NoGo's Way
Booster Rockets is played by Sean Gettys
Zero Gravity is played by Thomas Flemming
Dr. Gold is played by Thom Freitag
The Bull is played by Adam Roquemore

The Candy Comet
Star Freighter is played by Olivia Cottle
Red Janey is played by Paige Alena
Zirconium Jaw is played by Quill Turner
Buddy is played by Zach Jaquays
Ensign Rawlings is played by Charlie Neal
The Llamas are played by llamas

Over Jordan
Steel Thumb is played by Scott Paladin
Captain Granville is played by Siobhan
Nurse Nott is played by Cam Clark

[S01E07] Oh Beautiful For Heroes Proved

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

"I wouldn't blame you if you don't want to risk throwing away your life on some kind of revenge mission that might not have even a chance of succeeding. But it's him. And this may be the only chance we have to make him pay."

Once, they were a unit of skilled individuals, hunting some of the System's most dangerous terrorists. Now, they're nothing more than a professor, a hydroponics engineer, and a paper pusher in the Terran navy. But when they're given the chance to finish their last mission, to capture the man who killed their commander, even 10 years of inaction can't hold them back.

Read the script here.

The Cast
Luna Beck is played by Shannon Roby
Lucien Sayid is played by Adam Morton
Kirsti Viktorskin is played by Alice Kyra
Brando Finn is played by Sonny Costa
El Radamacher is played by Cam Clark
Helen Nnamdisdottir is played by Paige Alena
Comm is played by Kris Alison
Hodge Carrington is played by Scott Paladin

[S01E08] Three Stories From the System

Written by Lee Seguinte & Scott Paladin

This is the Blue Lady, greencast to all local, anybody in the neighborhood?

It gets mighty lonely in the black. Every spacer knows that really, when it comes down to it, they're on their own. Especially if you fly solo. And when you're on your own out there, a ship malfunction isn't a temporary inconvenience. It's a death threat.

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That's how it is everywhere, Cal. People'r out for themselves. An' they'll do whatever they got to to come out on top.

An asteroid community has to stick together to survive. People need to trust you have their back. But what if you aren't who everyone thinks you are?

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"There she is. The love of my life. Maybe if I leave now she won't have noticed me. "

Dog Walkers take the jobs you can't put on the books. In that line of work, it pays to have friends in every port. Unfortunately for Kell, this job is going to bring her back to the one station where she doesn't.

Read the script here.

The Cast
Bootstrap
Slick is played by Scott Paladin
Bronsspouse is played by Cam Clarke
Camdenskin is played by Quill Turner

Badger Game
Cal is played by Vanessa Haas
Addie is played by Paige Alena
Aloysius Moriarty is played by Sean Gettys
John Mark Casupang is played by James

Hello Again From Raven Station
Kell is played by Erika Kaiser
Maeve is played by M. German
Lance is played by Scott Paladin

[S01E09] The Next Big Thing

Written by Scott Paladin

"The Peregrination is a simultaneously anarchic and strongly collectivist group. They're idiosyncratic and down right paranoid. Probably the largest isolated population of people in the solar system."

Vista Unlimited has both the money and materials to expand their Jovian settlement. What they don't have is the ships to carry it there. In an attempt to secure the use of single largest fleet in the System, their agent seeks an audience with the Peregrination. They've done the planning, detailed the budget, what they haven't counted on is that gaining the cooperation of the Family might require something more than ready cash.

Read the script here.

The Cast
Tora Zanches is played by Kris Allison
Bahram Atarah is played by Thomas Flemming
Etianne Calsdottir is played by Christina McClaine
Eka Amityskin is played by Rue Dickey
Alizia Stokes is played by Rebecca Krause
Bahram Atarah is played by Thomas Flemming

[S01E10] Attention, Associates!

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

"Attention Associates! This is a reminder that inappropriate behavior with other team members is strictly prohibited by YuKon. If you wonder if you shouldn’t talk to someone, be smart, and don’t! And remember! You put the Yu in YuKon!"

Welcome to YuKon Production and Fabrication Facility 1990, a company-owned asteroid community for employees of the digital retailer (with the System's only "anywhere in 24!" shipping guarantee). We have everything you need, from housing, to education, to entertainment all conveniently close to your places of employment! Just remember to stay productive! Marks against your record may limit your opportunities for apartment rentals, public transit passes, and other YuKon provided services.

Read the script here.

The Cast
The Voice of YuKon is played by Jeremiah
Jamila Batori is played by Vanessa Haas
The RemoteManager Droid is played by Bunny
Dr. Gold is played by Thom Freitag
Manda Acterberg is played by Olivia Cottle
Angus Sparacello is played by AJ Garcia
Lynette Momoka is played by Rue Dickey
Mariam Momoka is played by
York Ventura is played by Sean Gettys

[S01E11] The Greatest Show Off Earth

Written by Scott Paladin

"The Carnivale di Vagabondi Stellari offers any entertainment a soul could desire. Wonders to delight the senses and baffle reason. One may see things here that are no where else in this universe.

Like so many ventures in these precarious times, the Carnivale needs new investors. Sometimes, acquiring them just takes putting on a good show. Luckily, that's exactly what Alois Ilmater and their troupe do best.

Read the script here

The Cast
The Greatest Show Off Earth
Alois Ilmater is played by Emily Buza
Portwait Germid is played by Sean Gettys
Ramon is played by M. German
Buxley Bones is played by Zach Jaquays
Dr. Zed Wild is played by Vic Collins
Tiffany is played by Paige Alena
Vixy is played by Paige Alena
Archie is played by M. German
Elexa is played by Siobhan

[S01E12] I Walk These Hills

Written by Scott Paladin

"Jo Brand is dead and I am his memorial. I'm a reconstruction. My face is sourced from photos and video. My voice is a mimic, using recordings from life as a blueprint."

There are Salvagers, and there are Vultures. One breaks down derelict ships for resale, one stands back and waits for ships in distress to become derelict. Which one was Josephine Brand? Only her ghost knows the real story.

Read the script here.

The Cast
The Ghost of Josephine Brand is played by Mere
Tess is played by Christine Savage
Maria is played by Mel Nichols

[S01E13] Advanced Readings in Theoretical Helioseismology

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

That's the kind of "interesting" that means "potentially catastrophic and largely unexpected" isn't it?

The scientists on the Occulohelios Solar Research Station know that something big is coming. That the end of this 11 year solar cycle is going to bring with it a solar storm of unprecedented proportions, and effects that will echo through the System. They know, and the have the data to prove it. But catastrophe isn't marketable. And evacuation doesn't make sales. It's hard to convince people to prepare for a disaster, when the news is telling them it doesn't really exist.

Read the script here.

The Cast
Dr. Modu Page is played by Luca
Dr. Septimus Novak is played by M. German
Dr. Senja Reitfelt is played by Cam Clarke
Dr. Danielle Kotanesku is played by Christina McClaine
Dr. Markus Medina is played by Thom Freitag
Marina Wescott is played by Lilth
Felicity Fumero is played by Paige Alena
Newt Wiggan is played by David Luzader

[S01E14 & 15] We Interrupt This Program Parts 1 & 2

Written by Erika Kaiser, Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte, & Scott Paladin

Good evening. Tonight, on the eve of a new century, the solar system finds itself on leading edge of a disturbance within our sun, the star on which all our worlds rely, which ties them together. A disturbance unlike any in recorded history. This is Felicity Fumero, Nova News Network, Redline U142, reporting from Rogers Station.

The Cast
Felicity Fumero is played by Paige Alena
Newt Wiggan is played by David Luzader

Season 2 begins
March 4, 2022


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Terra

As the origin of all life in the System, Terra sees itself as the natural source of leadership for humanity. However, given the fact that Terra's many terrestrial governments do not agree about how that leadership should be structured, it seems unlikely that this will ever come to be.

As likely to fight amongst themselves as against extra-terrestrial forces, Terra has yet to come together enough to address the many pressing environmental crises that plague it. A densely-populated planet, it is home to approximately 75% of humans, living in the ever-shrinking habitable land available between the rising oceans.

No matter what they say about the planet publicly, most Belters, and many inhabitants of other planets view Terra as an almost paradisal place, and Terrans as soft and spoiled by its bounty.

The Belt
The Peregrination

The Belt

Referring generally to all non-planetary settlements in the system, the Belt is made up of a range of human-occupied spaces, including terraformed asteroids, habitat bubble communities, space stations, mining rigs, and all the various independent ships that travel between them.

Fiercely insistent on individual autonomy and independent government, there is not a single authority in the Belt speaking for all its inhabitance. Though generally bound by the Ceres Accords, each community has the right to make and enforce their own system of laws.

Despite, or perhaps because of, their almost fanatical need for self-determination, Belter culture hinges on voluntary collaboration, and the voluntary sharing of resources, labor, and information.

Terra
The Peregrination

The Peregrination

The Peregrination, or the Family, as they refer to themselves, is a tightly-knit, insular community of people living on large space ships, constantly at motion in the spaces between the stars and stations of the System.

The survivors of a tragedy several generations prior that left them refugees, the Peregrinationals have turned their lack of a stable homeworld into a source of strength and community.

Though they interact with the other governments of the System, they remain apart and outside from the struggles for power over both territory and resources that embroil Terra and the Belt.

Terra
The Belt