Free Folk of the Fringe
|The subject of this article is from the Atlas Rises update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 23 July, 2018.
|This page fills the role of Embassy for a Civilized Space community. The information found here represents a user-created civilization that is a creative addition to the game.|
|The Free Folk of the Fringe|
|Capital system||G-18 Gala|
|Capital planet||Takaian Lamarch|
Summary[edit | edit source]
The Free Folk of the Fringe is an anonymous society for players in the Ivja Cluster formerly known as the Ivjapendy Fringe and therefore in short known as 'The Fringe'. It's open for everyone to join (residents or non-residents of the Cluster), regardless of race, origin or religous belief.
Although religion isn't really a thing in the Fringe, their people speak very highly of the Comforting Recoil II, a mystic Multi-tool found during the Pathfinder era in the region's capital G-18 Gala. The Freefolk's emblem features the characteristic night crystals of said Multi-tool.
The motto of the Fringe people is “We don't kneel for anyone beyond the Fringe.”
Consuming NipNip is legal in the Fringe.
Atlas Rises Era[edit | edit source]
The Free Folk is still an active yet anonymous society in the Atlas Rises era. However it is believed that many citizens have moved on from the Fringe to other regions discovering different parts of the galaxy while fondly remembering the golden era of the Comforting Recoil II.
How to Join[edit | edit source]
If you want to join the Free Folk of the Fringe you just have to stand up and repeat the following words to yourself: "I Am Now An Official Member Of The Fringe!" You might feel a great disturbance in the Force afterwards but that's perfectly normal.
Lore[edit | edit source]
Prior to the Galactic Regeneration the Ivja Cluster was called 'Ivjapendy Fringe'. It is a region comprised of a number of star systems in relatively close proximity to what was once called the Galactic Hub. The Ivjapendy Fringe consisted of a comfortable number of lush planets with generally favorable characteristics. However, it is believed that this was not always the case. Additional information is available at Free Folk of the Fringe - Lore.