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Project Osiris (The Series)

Caldari Provisions
Caldari State
#1 - 2011-11-01 07:21:17 UTC  |  Edited by: Baillif
This is a repost of the old thread that went poof with the old forums. I put it aside for a few months after Eve burned this summer, but I'm back now.

Project Osiris is a series of short stories about the first Caldari clone foot-soldier. It is written in the spirit of Dust 514, and will attempt to stick with prime fiction when it can. It will also link up with past events within the larger realm of EVE history, and anyone who was well enough versed in the lore will spot the Easter eggs I will occasionally leave. I'm not sure how long I'll keep it going or where it will go in the long run, but hopefully it will entertain someone.


As mega corporations and intelligence agencies vie for control over an increasingly fractured Caldari State, a secretive branch of Ishukone scientists work feverishly towards the creation of immortal foot-soldiers in a desperate attempt to secure the future of the State, as outside events threaten to disrupt the delicate balance between the four empires and push them to war.

An elite operative within a secretive agency finds himself caught between two ruthless organizations that will stop at nothing to achieve their galactic aims. Allegiances will be questioned, lives will be destroyed, and some will learn that there are fates far worse than death.


A brief outline of the project.

Chapter 1 (The Shellgame)
We find our protagonist has many names, has a tendency to womanize, and finds himself up **** creek without a paddle.

Chapter 2 (The Dream)
Who hasn't had homicidal dreams when under the influence of sedatives? Our protagonist channels his inner space Dexter.

Chapter 3 (The Interview)
Captured! Tortured for information? Guess you'll have to click the link to find out.

Chapter 4 (The Dinner)
It turns out that dinner with the woman who drilled a hole in your head can be a little awkward.

Chapter 5 (The Honey Trap)
A break from the first person narrative to see what else is cooking up around New Eden.