The Red Eye Syndicate is now open for business.
We are not just another fighter or trade squadron. We are Star Citizens first (and only) “grey” guild, focused on generating credits for our members.
Why limit yourself to a small part of the opportunities in the galaxy? Why be just a fighter, a miner, a trader, a mercenary, or a pirate? We aren’t here to just be a small slice of the greater picture, we are here to help create that picture. Gambling, bounty services, races, “previously owned” ship dealing, ship sanitizing are just a few of the opportunities the Syndicate will put together for you.
Recruiting is now open for applications. If you are interested please read our “About Us” and “Charter” pages before applying.
Listen to our interview on Blue Horizon Radio.
We are the family, we are the power, we are the Red Eye Syndicate.
Wow, talk about a crazy day for Star Citizen and the Star Citizen community. The 890 Jump and Cutlass variants went on sale, raising nearly 1 million dollars in 12 hours, a truly incredible feat. However, this is just the icing on the cake. Read more »
As of Monday we passed the 56 million dollar mark, a great achievement. In light of this, the MISC Endeavor-class Research Platform has been announced. It’s main purpose is to a floating hospital and general research lab, but it was pointed out that it could have much more nefarious purposes… Read more »
Available until October 6th, this ship, so far, is truly one of a kind. We know that while it has a hefty price tag of $350, it is one of the largest ships available and is incredibly utilitarian. As stated in the RSI news report, “Aegis has built the perfect ship for those that want to write their own Star Citizen story. Equipped with a massive multi-tool arm, the Reclaimer can grab spaceborne salvage and then carry it aboard for processing. In addition to a large cargo hold, the hull is packed with reclamation equipment capable of processing and storing up to a Constellation worth of salvage!” We all know that the Syndicate will be able to make particularly good use of it too. If you haven’t already, try to get your hands on one before the sale ends.
In terms of new content, not much has been added this week aside from the release of some limited run dog tags that sold out shortly after they went on sale. However, as every week, work continues on bug fixing in preparation for patch 12.5 and general ship development. In News from Around the Verse, the featured items were the development of new HUD designs for ships such as the Constellation, 350r, and Super Hornet, the finishing of concept work on the Origin 890 Jump, and the continuation on the upcoming game type New Horizons. Read more »
Aside from the previously listed additions to the Pledge Store, this week has been largely focused on bug squashing and ship development, as stated in Around the Verse. A full list of updates is below. Read more »
As of today, the Anvil Aerospace Hornet and Arena Commander t-shirts have been added to the Pledge Store for 25 dollars each. Along with these comes the UEE Patch set, which contains the UEE logo, the Advocacy sigil, and the UEE Navy service badge, all for 19 dollars. If you want to support Star Citizen and get some cool gear along the way, head over to the Pledge Store.
This week, like all of the others, was filled with news, updates, and new content. We had the usual shows, Ten for the Chairman and Around the Verse, which you can see here and here as well as the unveiling of the Aegis Gladius, which is on sale through next week. Read more »
Red Eye has expanded operations into StarConflict, at least until Squadron 42 comes out. It’s decent practice as a space sim and free. Add bugsweeper, Alatisha, and/or DonSovrano (yes, he’s on!) to get an invite into the corporation and start taking out hits for the Family!
Somebody in the Family just acquired a Vanduul fighter. Unfortunately, not me. Any guesses who?
The Family takes care of its own. If you’re interested in acquiring insured ships ships at cost, get in with some of the guys. Prove yourself and you might get something nice, too.
For an awesome read, check out Silverline‘s continuing fanfic Kane. You’ll read his first person account of what it takes to do business outside the UEE. His idea of “people skills” is…direct to say the least.