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The following material comes from a Blue Planet campaign in progress here at Biohazard Games. This series of adventures is well underway and is being used to help develop the product line. As events unfold and scenario support material is developed, we’ll be posting it here. Please poke around to see what’s going on, or borrow whatever you wish for use in your own Blue Planet adventures. Whichever you do, enjoy…

Red Sky was founded in the early days of Post-Recontact Poseidon, by an Earth- born long john miner. Recognizing a growing market for professional, reliable guide services, he gave up deep ocean mining, and cashed in his small stake. He could only afford a used boat, but was smart enough to hire some native hands to help him out.

The small company worked a growing clientele of rich Incorporate citizens taking them fishing, hunting or simply out on wilderness tours. He slowly established a good reputation and even began running small cargoes and fare passengers between guiding jobs. Things went well enough that he was able to bring his nephew Andrew from Earth, and hire the young pilot on as his assistant. For six years the small company managed, through hard times and through harder work. Latimer and his native wife had a daughter and the company earned enough to fund the purchase of a newer boat.

As can happen so quickly on Poseidon, tragedy struck when He and a charter were inexplicably lost at sea, and eventually presumed dead. The loss was almost enough to kill Red Sky, but even without He’s experience, and still owing on the lost craft, young Andrew decided to try and make a go of things. He intended to keep the company afloat…literally.

Now, four years later, Red Sky Charters is still alive, but the company is marginal at best, and functions as a hand-to-mouth operation. Andrew has been forced to take increasingly risky jobs and often dubious charters. Though the company’s increasing reputation for ‘discretion’ has been good for business, Andrew is not always sure on which side of the law Red Sky is actually working…