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Artwork has always had a special place in the RnK ethos. Pieces have often been commissioned for campaigns (e.g. Tigers in Winter) or simply produced to celebrate the romance of online (virtual) warfare.
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Artwork has always had a special place in the RnK ethos. Pieces have often been commissioned for campaigns (e.g. Tigers in Winter) or simply produced to celebrate the romance of online (virtual) warfare.  
  
 
[[File:moonlitabaddon1.jpg|thumb|300px|A derelict Abaddon battleship, covered in snow]]
 
[[File:moonlitabaddon1.jpg|thumb|300px|A derelict Abaddon battleship, covered in snow]]
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The success rate of RnK's operations and campaign would at first suggest triumphant, grandiose themes. However, the dominant themes are instead of those of disrepair and decay.

Revision as of 18:03, 20 June 2015

Artwork has always had a special place in the RnK ethos. Pieces have often been commissioned for campaigns (e.g. Tigers in Winter) or simply produced to celebrate the romance of online (virtual) warfare.

A derelict Abaddon battleship, covered in snow

The success rate of RnK's operations and campaign would at first suggest triumphant, grandiose themes. However, the dominant themes are instead of those of disrepair and decay.