Lost Souls Expedition 2

A year after the first Lost Souls expedition set off in such of the mysterious Zurara starship,  we are please to announce that a second Lost Souls expedition will launch!

The ethos the expedition is to provide explorers of all abilities the opportunity to venture out into the galaxy while having a blast doing so. Equally as important as seeing some incredible sights is meeting up each week with your fellow expedition members for a bit of fun and general social!

For more information about the expedition, including how to register, then please click the button below!

New PC Exploration Squadron

7726: The Fatherhood - Pioneers

With the increasing growth in members in our PC squadron, we have now implemented a second squadron dedicated to explorers: The Fatherhood – Pioneers.

We are encouraging all members currently in the main PC squadron who are mostly explorers to leave and join this squadron. There are two reasons for this:

  1. To consolidate all of our PC explorers into a single community;
  2. To create space in our main squadron to allow new members to join and to benefit from the experience and knowledge of our existing members.

Building a presence in Colonia

In conjunction with the new squadron, we are also looking to build a community of The Fatherhood members out in Colonia. Not only is Colonia an excellent staging post for deep galactic exploration, but as an organisation, The Fatherhood is keen to start contributing in a positive way to the development of this small but important community.

To this effect, TolaGarf’s Junkyard has been selected as the Colonia base of operations for the Pioneers, and I myself have started out on the 22kly journey to our new home. I look forward to seeing some of you there!


We are delighted to announce a new range of merchandise is now available! Mugs, t-shirts, water bottles – check out our new Merchandise page for more details.

One Year in Hajangai…and Merchandise!

Hajangai...our home for a year!

On 26th April 3304, The Fatherhood arrived in Hajangai. This was a milestone day: finally, The Fatherhood had somewhere that it could call home. After coming to *ahem* agreements with the other factions in the system, The Fatherhood secured control of the system, and with it the stations Lee Orbital and Schwann Port.

Over these past 12 months, we have gone from strength-to-strength, and as our way of saying thank you, we have a special treat for our members and supporters…


Who wouldn’t want a personalised The Fatherhood mug? Or a t-shirt?

We’ve secured a supplier for some mighty fine personalised merchandise. More details can be found on our new merchandise page!

This Weekend: the Pup Cup!

This weekend, two of our members – Azzbo27 and Crzyrazr – will be taking part in a very special race: the Pup Cup!

Start: Hajangai, home of The Fatherhood.

End: Beagle Point, at the furthest northern fringe of the Galaxy.

The winner will simply be the one who arrives first!

Azzbo27 Imperial Cutter (LHS 531)

96.49 ly
Hajangai50%Beagle Point(65,250.68 ly)

Crzyrazr Type-10 Defender (Hyades Sector DB-X d1-112)

60.59 ly
Hajangai50%Beagle Point(65,286.57 ly)

It's all for charidee, mate!

During their race, Azzbo27 and Crzyrazr are looking to raise money for charities close to their heart:

Azzbo27 – CALM

Crzyrazr – DBSA

Anybody wishing to donate money to these very worthwhile causes can do so through the dedicated gofundme site.

Watch the Race Live

Both CMDRs will be streaming their efforts live on twitch:

Elite Community Meet – Come and meet us!

This coming Saturday (20th April), a number of commander from The Fatherhood will be attending the Elite Community Meet in Manchester. From Wing Command will be CMDRs TK, Randalph Roddleton and Drazkul, and members HoPpO, BeerZ, Ereshkigal and Eoraptorur will also be there.

We’re all looking forward to meeting many of the members of the Elite Community who will be attending. Wing Command will be wearing shirts with The Faterhood logo printed on them, so please find us and say hi! 

SuRviVe – PC and XBox Results

On Saturday 30th April 3305, the inaugral PC and XBox SuRviVe events were held. Protected by just the hull and shields of their SRV, this event was a test of driving skill, with victory coming to those who inflicted maximum damage to their opponent, while avoid costly damage from the various terrain hazards.

PC Winner

CMDR “Rebuy” Soantii

XBox Winner

CMDR Scython3791

Congratulations to both commanders! See below for videos from the different events.

Operation #DeliverDuctTape – Weil Station, Kunuvii

The next station targeted for repair under Operation #DeliverDuctTape by The Fatherhood has been announced: Weil Station in the Kunuvii system.

At just over 44ly from Hajangai, we are calling on all members of The Fatherhood to haul much-needed materials to facilitate repairs.


Stafford Terminal – all materials delivered!

It is with great pride that we can announce that 100% of the materials required by Stafford Terminal have been delivered!

This has been an overwhelming show of support by members of The Fatherhood, for which we are extremely grateful. The repairs can now commence, and we look forward to the station changing status to fully operational on Thursday 14th March 3305.

Given the support Operation #DeliverDuctTape has received, The Fatherhood is planning to provide ongoing support to Operation IDA by always having a nominated station that members can choose to support.

#SuRviVe Announced!

The Fatherhood is pleased to announce that we will soon be hosting our inaugural SuRviVe event on a planet in our very own LHS 197.

What is SuRviVe?

It’s a demolition derby. In SRVs!

The rules are simple:

  1. No shields
  2. No weapons
  3. 2 SRV’s per round
  4. Last CMDR standing, wins.

Depending on the number of CMDR’s signed up on each platform, there will be a number of qualifying rounds before a sudden death final.

There will be a winners prize for each platform of a paint pack of your choosing (eg: predator, galvanized paint)

The event will be held over the last weekend in March over 1 or 2 days (most likely Fri/Sat) at approximately 22:00 server time (UTC) depending on the number and location of participants.