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Papageniopolis Station is a small town in space, the property of the Papageniopoulos family, and a tiny independent state.
The station was built out of junk, not only the flattened wrecks of hull metal molded and welded into shape, but built on the proceeds of scavenging a rich and populous system.
A small fleet of tugs and ships roam the system, gleaning the wreckage of others' misfortune.
At the station, they slap the bits and scraps together until they've fashioned a new - well maybe not new - spaceship, selling it far cheaper than anyone else can afford to.
It's ugly, yes, and every product is one-of-a-kind, but they're solidly built, and they work, and they're - well - cheap.

Papageniopolis Station contains information on the station, its citizens, and the ships that they build, including deckplans.

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May 23rd, 2003
Very short. There are good ideas at the basis of this short description of space station but they need to be developped. It is also a good starting points for adventures in starcluster. But the descriptions are so ... short. Plans are nice but take [...]
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May 20, 2003
This title was added to our catalog on May 20, 2003.