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  • The great, green banner of Harpaloon, with its silver crescent embracing a golden harp, flaps in the strong breeze blowing off the Kenss plains that surround the groundside shuttleport.

    October 23rd, 2008

  • When Ky got back to the shuttleport, she had a message from Vanguard.

    Command Decision

  • Player Bounty Hunters are often banned from using a player city's shuttleport after hunting a resident player, though I personally consider this just part of the cost of doing business if you're going to hunt other players.

    Civicus

  • They offer the same conveniences of co-location with services as living in a real-world city would offer, such as proximity to a shuttleport, or to the guild armoury.

    Civicus

  • And, just as in the real world, political favour can be curried and bought in exchange for the prime vendor location next to the shuttleport for example.

    Civicus

  • “Where the main shuttleport is,” Dirran pointed out unnecessarily.

    Trouble Magnet

  • "Christ on a Popsicle stick," Master Sergeant Antonio Ruiz declared after he had glared at the sixty of us in his recruit platoon, standing (we hoped) more or less at attention on the tarmac of Delta Base's shuttleport.

    Old Mans War

  • “Why all the security?” she murmured to Tse-Mallory as they entered a chamber larger than any they had encountered since leaving the arrival lounge at Yalwez shuttleport.

    Running from the Deity

  • But Yalwez and the ancient Valley of the Dead were quite distant from such cool highlands, she was very far from her comfortable home on New Riviera, and save for the amiable but sometimes inscrutable Tse-Mallory, she had not seen another human since they had left behind the main shuttleport at now far-off Chitteranx.

    Running from the Deity

  • We sat together at the shuttleport in Denver, at the gate to his flight.

    PEACE IN OUR TIME by Carrie Vaughn | Fiction | Futurismic

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