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Making A Navy

August 31, 2013

Hello people on Galaxiki!! I am relatively new to Galaxiki. I have been working on the species known as the Kulan. They are in system TFH314. It is a public system. I have been working on building a navy for the Kulan. Do any of you any ideas about what this navy could do besides fight pirates. It is a space navy in case you were wondering. What would make for interesting ideas?? Also does any one have a colony or a system near TFH314. There are four colonies, all in TFH area.

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thegreatpl said on October 13, 2013:

Fight off an invasion? There are a large number of Canthin fleets wandering the Galaxiki looking for conquer and enslave. At least, that is if you place them on the timeline after the fall of the Ale-turans.

pokelover218 said on October 13, 2013:

Could just be for defense of colonies and homeland security. Having a space navy does not necessarily mean just fighting pirates.

jungbalaware said on February 15, 2014:

They could use the navy for exploration purposes.

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