Another word for someone's character. Originates from Tumblr.
When speaking about a character, in most contexts, it refers to the player created and controlled entity in-game.
Refers to the act of a ship being fucked by an unexpected error on the code. The term originates from an infamous crew's attempt at selling a slimegirl on a cargo pad. Examples include:
- Missing parts of a ship
- Two copies of one ship with different missing parts
- Missing windows, machinery or floors
- Improperly rotated machinery
- Merging with another ship
- Sudden and immediate gibbing of all crew on-board
- Transport of crew's brains to nullspace
A person who sold their soul to the host in order to join one of the development teams in Shiptest. They are responsible for fixing issues and adding new features to whatever it is they're working on.
A Code Maintainer. Work directly on the codebase and chip away at important features. Reduced to mostly tech support for when another contributor's game doesn't start.
A Map Maintainer. They manage the very essential part of the game that are the ships and the ruins.
A Sprite Maintainer. Their job is to keep the visual style of Shiptest unique and consistent, and to improve on it.
A Lore Maintainer or a Lorema Curator. They write the lore and backstories behind almost everything present in the game.
A Wiki Maintainer. Very rare creatures. They are in charge of writing new Wiki pages and making sure the current ones are up to par, often reduced to crying and screaming at outdated information or unclear rulings. Often also serve in the Lore Team.
End Of Round Grief. Involves killing each other at the end of the round. Not allowed unless a ship crew agrees to it.
Local Out Of Character chat. LOOC can only be read by people who see you.
The Anti-Corporation Liberation Front.
Student-Union Association of Naturalistic Sciences.
The Galactic Engineer’s Concordat.
The Colonial Minutemen/Colonial League of Independent Planets.