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Caydie's Cradle is a massive set of dry docks discovered by Caydie Kines before The Battle of The Pillars and The First War. This is where we produce our ships, most of which being frigates. Over the years, more of the facilities surrounding the cradle were accessed, granting us the ability to produce almost anything we need, provided we have the blueprints to do so. We build to survive, our industry keeping us afloat against insurmountable odds. Those who live in this colony take pride in that. Juliet has a culture rooted in hard work and dedication. The sounds of the cradle at work have an almost hypnotic effect on those who live there. Many find it hard to sleep without the constant quake and drone of the manufactories at work.
The LabsJuliet has several research labs that work to develop new technology and develop ever more efficient methods of applying that technology. They are the ones who ensure our progress. We could never compete with the others in the galaxy, but it won't stop us from trying. While the skills needed to do this work can only be developed in Autumn, the colony of Autumn lacks the necessary facilities and equipment to do what Juliet can. By blending technology left behind by the species that built the city and our own technology, we have created a sophisticated means of crawling out of the this dark age. With the way things are going, we may well thrive one day.
The Last Chapel
A large domed structure sits in the center of the Juliet. It's old, vacant, and the flora growing throughout its broken foundation hint at the years of neglect. This is the last chapel, the final resting place of the religions of earth. While some claim some degree of spirituality, there are no organized faiths of note among humanity. The few who retain their faith tend to be ridiculed and persecuted for their beliefs, making the subject a deeply private affair. For everyone else, particularly those who abandoned their faith, it just doesnt bring the comfort it did before. When asked about the soul, or what lies beyond death, they respond in quivering voices, "I have no idea." The last chapel is a symbol of a dying faith, not just in god, or nature, or any other higher power. It is a symbol of our faith in life, in ourselves as well. We thought we knew so much of the universe. We are proven wrong, time and time again.