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Jump Point Now Available!

Attention development subscribers: the July 2017 issue of Jump Point is now available in your subscription area. This month’s Jump Point features the development of the Nox space bike! That, plus a look at Trade and Development, a visit to the Pallas System, behind the scenes with the community engagement team and an all-new chapter a Star Citizen serial! Grab your copy today.

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Versatility, Maneuverability and Power aren't mutually exclusive anymore. Meet the future of ground-based vehicles.





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Dual operator terminals provide total control.


The Cyclone provides multiple interactive displays to give both the driver and co-pilot ultimate control of their vehicle and its systems. The Co-pilot's seat not only gives the ability to survey the area, but also provides controls to additional systems provided by the various modules.



WITH THIS MUCH ADVENTURE IN THE UNIVERSE, WHO NEEDS ROADS?





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WITH THE SIZE ONE TURRET MOUNT, THE CYCLONE-TR IS ROUGH AND READY TO TUMBLE.





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The Cyclone's exclusive X-TEC tires handle all kinds of terrain.


Built using Tumbril's proprietary new Smart-Technology, the new X-TEC tires are the perfect solution for off-road vehicles. These articulated treads can change their configuration to handle soft and loose terrain or harder surfaces to provide equal traction, no matter the environment.








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Sandi Gardiner and Will Weissbaum host this week’s episode, which focuses on kiosk and commodities coming in 3.0 and beyond. Plus, Brian Chambers provides an update from F42 Frankfurt.

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Cyclone Presale

Greeting Citizens!

Vehicle enthusiasts know the name Tumbril. Formed in 2536, the company designed some of the earliest ground-based vehicles for the UPE Army. For centuries, it was a trusted name in dependable, off-road vehicles and HOVs. Although the company was forced to close down in 2862, the reputation of these vehicles lived on.

Now, Tumbril is back.

After carefully considering all the varied and exciting systems in the UEE, Tumbril has chosen Stanton system to extend a special invitation to active pilots around Crusader to pre-purchase this exciting new all-terrain vehicle.

For a limited time in this inaugural sale, Tumbril will be releasing a special edition of the Cyclone called the Dust Devil. Featuring a non-reflective matte black paint, the Dust Devil is perfect for land-based operations that require speed and discretion.

We know that your business is your life, so having dependable and reliable vehicles at your disposal can be the difference between a payday and a blown contract. That’s why we’d like you to consider the Cyclone or one of its dynamic module variants as an addition to your business.

The UEE Department of Transportation & Navigation

With the unveiling of the new Cyclone, Tumbril wanted to remind you that some businesses require a Class-G license to operate vehicles like the Cyclone. To that end, Tumbril has teamed up with the Department of Transportation and Navigation to provide a direct link to the appropriate written exam to get you rolling.

Get your Class- G commercial Drivers License here!

About the Pre-Sale

The Tumbril Cyclone pre-sale will run through July 20. Pre-sale Cyclones include a limited...
Archivist Cherie Heiberg tours the Centauri System. She provides scientific insight and historical context to this fascinating system.

Remember that you can always explore the Star Citizen Universe yourself in our web-based Ark Star Map.

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Commodities Chaos

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Welcome to another episode of Kaizen. My name’s Aaron Schere, and my goal is to guide you to financial solvency.

On today’s show, we’ll be joined by Sasha Bart from the New United to discuss the current economic landscape, which has been volatile since the passing of the Human-Xi’an Trade Initiative last month. Hang tight for her thoughts on what’s going on.

But, before that, let’s do a quick Market Breakdown.

Past performance is not indicative of future results. Neither Schere, Kaizen nor Farnes Media Partners guarantees any specific outcome or profit. Before acting on information in this program, you should strongly consider seeking advice from your own financial or investment adviser.

Let’s start with the DevCo Group. CEO Terrence Naban continues to turn heads with his aggressive acquisition of distressed securities. This week, the investment group made waves by acquiring a majority stake in Titus Tools, the failing construction equipment manufacturer. Naban assuaged concerns that mass layoffs were imminent at their Selene-based production facilities by promising the company would operate normally until DevCo completed a thorough review of the enterprise. Still, he stopped short of making any promises about what would happen once their review was done.

Titus Tools joins a growing list of distressed companies that DevCo Group has acquired over the past few years. In particular, Naban seems to covet companies with prominent Empire-wide name recognition, seeing them as cheaper to relaunch with a streamlined marketing strategy. This was made apparent when DevCo Group partnered with numerous independent investors to purchase the Tumbril brand, which had been dormant since 2862. Now, with Titus Tools, it looks like Naban seems willing to continue...
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Greetings Citizens



Greetings Citizens,

I spent the last week in our Austin, TX studio meeting with Lead Community Manager Tyler Witkin and the Player Relations team to flesh out the remainder of the year and continue to plan for Gamescom and CitizenCon. I’m looking forward to sharing what we’ve been working on really soon!

With that, let’s take a look at this week.

Today, the newest episode of Citizens of the Stars is out now! This week, Myre takes to the Citizen Spotlight to talk about his stream, and Austin devops engineer Keegan Standifer gets the call to answer Quantum Questions.

On Tuesday, the Lore Team gives us another rich and interesting look at the history in Star Citizen. Every week is something new from the story of Star Citizen. I can’t wait to learn more about this rich and in-depth universe.

Then on Wednesday, the Lore Team is back with another deep dive into the history of one of the many systems in the Star Citizen universe in “Loremaker’s Guide to the Galaxy.” What system will we jump to this week? You’ll have to wait and see here.

On Thursday, Around the Verse returns with an update from Brian Chambers and the Foundry 42 Frankfurt office. I’m eager to learn what his team has been working on since the last update.

On Friday, our newest concept sale for the Cyclone begins! We haven’t been sharing much information with you guys about this one, and it’s been really hard not to leak any images or details but we think you guys will really fall in love.

That’s all for this week, we’ll see you in the ‘Verse!

Tyler “AdmiralSloth” Nolin
Community Manager



The Weekly Community Content Schedule


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Welcome to Citizens of the Stars, our new weekly program exclusively about you, the Star Citizen Community. Whether through bug reports on the issue council, feedback on the forums, or the creation of content inspired by the game, Star Citizen is only possible because of the community. Citizens of the Stars not only highlights these contributions, but also puts a dev in the hotseat for a round of Quantum Questions, which addresses some fun facts about the dev and game.

This week on Citizen Spotlight, Myre talks streaming Star Citizen on Twitch. Plus, DevOps Engineer Keegan Standifer pops in for another round of Quantum Questions.

Remember, many of the questions used are taken from our Star Citizen Subscribers in this thread here. Don’t forget to add yours for inclusion in future episodes, vote for the ones you want to see answered, and remember to keep them short and concise if you want your best chance of having them answered in under two minutes.

The links for this week’s content are below:





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