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'''Salvation's End''' is an immense, long-dormant spacecraft orbiting a backwater planet in Near Space just beyond the Pact Worlds.<ref name="CtS-3">{{Cite book/Claim to Salvation|3}}</ref>  
 
'''Salvation's End''' is an immense, long-dormant spacecraft orbiting a backwater planet in Near Space just beyond the Pact Worlds.<ref name="CtS-3">{{Cite book/Claim to Salvation|3}}</ref>  
  
Also known as a false moon, Salvation's End orbits a world whose people recently turned it into a means of launching their culture into the stars. The leadership of a nearby planet offered exploration rights to the first group that would grant them the ability to navigate the [[Drift]], which was answered by the [[Starfinder Society]] in exchange for undisputed exploration rights.<ref="CtS-3" />
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Also known as a false moon, Salvation's End orbits a world whose people recently turned it into a means of launching their culture into the stars. The leadership of a nearby planet offered exploration rights to the first group that would grant them the ability to navigate the [[Drift]], which was answered by the [[Starfinder Society]] in exchange for undisputed exploration rights.<ref name="CtS-3" />
  
 
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Revision as of 04:14, 12 February 2018

This article contains spoilers for the following products: Claim to Salvation


Salvation's End
(Cosmos)
Type Immense spacecraft
Images of Salvation's End

Source: Claim to Salvation

Salvation's End is an immense, long-dormant spacecraft orbiting a backwater planet in Near Space just beyond the Pact Worlds.[1]

Also known as a false moon, Salvation's End orbits a world whose people recently turned it into a means of launching their culture into the stars. The leadership of a nearby planet offered exploration rights to the first group that would grant them the ability to navigate the Drift, which was answered by the Starfinder Society in exchange for undisputed exploration rights.[1]

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