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A Terran Adventure (Part 17) - Bread Crumbs

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The datafile I received from the Yaki, contained two pieces of information: a text message, and what appears to be a fragment of the universe map.

After reading the clue, it seemed to be indicating that I should be looking for a specific asteroid in Ore Belt.

Eager to leave the rather unfriendly sector of Weaver's Tempest, I decide to jump straight to Ore Belt and look for the indicated asteroid.

Upon approaching the asteroid in question, the computer automatically scanned the asteroid and revealed that a datastorage device is buried in the Asteroid. After nuking the Asteroid with a spectre missile and retrieving the datastorage device, the map updated to reveal more of the universe fragment and a new clue overwrote the original clue. This new clue pointed towards a remote location in Bala Gi's Joy.

Upon approaching the indicated location in Bala Gi's Joy, I detect another Datastorage Device which contained another map fragment and another clue. This time the clue pointed towards a non-specific location on the far eastern side of Xenon Sector 347.

Setting course for the North Gate of the Xenon sector I prepare myself for a furball of a fight...
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