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  • Eureka's Promise, aka "Icebox"

    The Eureka's Promise is almost universally called simply "The Icebox". It's one of the more technologically advanced ships in the fleet, supporting the swarm's egocasting facilities, medical facilities, backup facilities, body bank, and [[:keitaro-chase …

  • Chernobyl's Child

    Chernobyl's Child is the largest of the three ore-hauler vessels that form the core of swarm. It's large, interior storage bays have been converted into manufactories where the swarm's goods are produced. Small minder ships swarm the vicinity towing …

  • Disturbing Lack of Clarity

    The second of three original ore-hauler vessels has been taken over by the Neo-Romany who have converted the vessel into a maze of performance spaces and market-places where pretty much anything can be bought or sold provided the swarm has access to it or …

  • The Surly Bonds

    "Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings" - John Gillespie Magee, Jr. The Surly Bonds is the pretentious name given a rugged tug, once used to "push ice" in the asteroid-transportation efforts of Mars …

  • Moreaux

    Moreaux is one of two ships used by the Call of the Wild collective. Moreaux is less a "ship" than a converted micro-habitat to which plasma engines have been attached. It was once a small "O'Neill cylinder":https://eclipse-phase.wikispaces.com/O% …

  • Drowning In Your Tears

    The ship dubbed "Drowning in your Tears", often shortened to "Drowning", was once a bulk-freight hauler. It has subsequently been fitted with a reinforced hull and as many interior bulkheads as possible have been removed. The interior space of the ship …

  • Hearthstone

    The Hearthstone is a small, fast picket ship once owned by ego-smugglers and appropriated by the Red Hammer Collective in the early days of the swarm. Now it is home to Sergei Alkaev, one of the original neo-Marxist anarchists, and originating ego of …

  • Gulag

    The Gulag is one of the three original ore-haulers that formed the swarm. It is given over almost entirely to residential living quarters dominated by the neo-Marxist Red Hammer Collective. Once, the Collective ran all three of the vessels, but time and …