The Earth got used up, and we found a new solar system and used terraforming technology to create hundreds of new Earths. The central planets formed the Alliance and decided that all worlds should unite under their rule. There was some disagreement on that point. After the Unification War, many of the Independents who had fought and lost drifted to the edges of the system, far from Alliance control. Out here, people struggled to get by with the most basic technologies. A ship would bring you work, a gun would help you keep it. A captain’s goal was simple: find a crew, find a job, keep flying.
If you play the Serenity Role Playing Game then your going to want some free stuff to go along with it. How about some freeweapons? Maybe you could use some freemaps? Perhaps you need a freeship to travel across the vers? I think your going to be happy with what Firefly RPG has to offer you. Plus it’s all free! You can’t be that!
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