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Game Session 232

Hotfix was an avid Star Citizen player and had been playing for years. He had made many friends along the way, and they all loved to team up and take on the various missions the game offered. They had done it all, from bounty hunting to player rescues, cargo hauling, salvage, and mining.

One day, Hotfix had an idea. He thought it would be great if he could get his friends to join him in the game and get some free in-game credits and Star Citizen sales event bonuses. So, he sent out an invitation to all his friends to join him in the game with his game referral code, STAR-TTG2-KM9Y.

Once everyone had joined, the fun could begin. Hotfix and his friends set out on a mission to take down some of the toughest criminals in the game, and they were successful. Afterwards, they took on a rescue mission, saving a group of stranded players. After that, they decided to try their luck at cargo hauling, salvage, and mining. They had a lot of fun, and even managed to make a profit.

At the end of the day, Hotfix and his friends were all very pleased with the rewards they had earned. After all, they had all applied Hotfix's game referral code, STAR-TTG2-KM9Y, and it had certainly paid off.

Freelancer by Musashi Industrial and Starflight Concern - Medium Freight

The day had finally come, the day that Hotfix had been dreaming of for so long. After months of hard work, saving and scrimping, Hotfix had finally been able to purchase his very own star ship. He had decided to go with the Medium size Freelancer by Musashi Industrial and Starflight Concern. It was a beautiful ship, 38 meters in length and 209,230 kgs in total mass. It boasted a capacity of 66 SCU, and offered a variety of gameplay within the universe.

Hotfix was excited to fly his new ship and take on missions. He knew that he would be able to take on delivery and freight missions, and was looking forward to the challenge. He had heard stories of those who had made a living by flying and delivering goods, and he was determined to become one of them.

He quickly got to work, familiarizing himself with the controls and all of the features of the ship. He had read countless manuals and watched countless tutorials, but nothing compared to actually sitting in the cockpit and experiencing the power and majesty of the Freelancer.

The first mission that Hotfix took was a delivery of goods from one location to another. He was nervous at first, but once he got the hang of it, he was able to complete the mission with ease. He was amazed at how smooth and easy the whole process was, and he quickly gained confidence in his abilities.

With each mission that Hotfix took, he became more and more competent. He was soon taking on more difficult and complex missions, and eventually was able to make a living off of his Freelancer. He enjoyed the freedom that came with being his own boss, and he was able to travel the universe and explore new places.

Hotfix was thankful every day for his Freelancer. He had worked hard to purchase it, and it had paid off in more ways than he could have imagined. The Freelancer was an amazing ship, and Hotfix was proud to call it his own.

Star Ship Stats

RoleMedium Freight
ManufacturerMusashi Industrial and Starflight Concern(MISC)
Crew (Min)2
Crew (Max)4
Length (Meters)38
Beam (Meters)23.5
Height (Meters)9.5
Mass (Kgs)209,230

Star Citizen Events

The citizens of the universe were in a state of excitement as the month of October arrived. The Day of the Vara was upon them, and they were ready to welcome it with open arms.

The citizens were eager to take part in the festivities, and the people of Star Citizen were no exception. With the help of a hotfix, they were able to access the in-game event, and the celebrations began.

The Day of the Vara was a time for the citizens of the universe to come together and celebrate the spooky season. All sorts of activities were available for citizens to partake in, from spooky scavenger hunts to eerie virtual reality experiences.

The citizens of Star Citizen were especially thrilled with the hotfix, as it allowed them to experience the Day of the Vara in all its glory. They were able to explore the haunted virtual world and take part in various activities that were available in the game.

The citizens of the universe were also able to take part in the Day of the Vara through various other mediums, such as live streaming events, virtual meet-ups, and more.

The Day of the Vara was a great success, and the citizens of the universe were all smiles as they celebrated the spooky season. The hotfix was the perfect way to experience the Day of the Vara in all its glory, and the citizens of Star Citizen were sure to remember the event for years to come.
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Follow the link above by clicking "Use Referral Code" or click here to be directly forwarded to Roberts Space Industries, offical website of Star Citizen.

Enlist by choosing your unique CallSign and enter the Refferal Code at the base of the form to ensure you receive your 5,000 UEC credits (United Earth Credits) (valued at approximately $5 USD). When clicking on the link, this is populated automatically.

Once enlisted, buy a game package worth at least $40 or use the recurring free fly weeks to enjoy the 5,000 UEC credits in the game. Buy armor, clothing, weapons, ship upgrades and more.