Frontierverse has a varied and colourful history. Lots of people have contributed to the site over the years, and hopefully I haven't forgotten to mention any of them.
For the latest updates to the site see the Updates page.
- www3.50megs.com/~frontier [defunct]
- www.frontierverse.fsnet.co.uk [defunct]
- www.frontierverse.co.uk [defunct]
- www.frontierverse.net [defunct]
- www.frontierverse.com [defunct]
- www.sharoma.com/frontierverse [active]
- frontierverse.sharoma.com [active]
- fe2comic.sharoma.com [active]
Site statistics & trivia
- Current site version is FM-6, completed 18/Sep/2010.
- The site is approximately 16.8MB in size.
- The site contains 1.2MB of HTML.
- Frontierverse is often ranked #1 in a Google search for "Frontier: Elite 2" and other variations.
- "Frontierverse" means "Frontier Universe".
- XHTML: Robin Sharrock
- Design: Robin Sharrock, Stuart Wilson
- Content: Robin Sharrock, Stuart Wilson
- French translation: Nicolas Brax
- Production: Sharoma
- Hosting: 34sp, UK
- Ship images: George Hooper
I would like to thank Frontier and Amiga guru Stuart Wilson for his diligence and continued support with this website and all things Frontier. Also, thanks to Simon Challands, Kevin Prest, Tracey Fields, Dylan Smith, Zat Solo, Brad Chacos, Andrei Tanase, Mic Healey, Travis LaJoie, Phil Raqoon, Cris Robson, Andy Purnell, Jonathan Stott, Dan Lind, Adam Green, Kris Kania, Theunis de Jong, Alexander Whiteside, Tony Sæle, 'RedWizard', Tournié, David Parrott (beloved 'Xama') and everyone mentioned on the Updates page.
MIA - 'Main Image Archive'
MIA: Shows the evolution and some concepts for the Frontierverse main image, plus older versions and other ideas.
FM-2 was a rather bloated site content-wise, and lots of images were gathered to pad it out. I've added some of the more interesting and, err, pretty ones here for your enjoyment.
- Jannah: Some screengrabs of ships Jannah took, and improved I think. Jannah also wrote extensive guides to these ships, and sent along this image to go with them.
- City: Some screenshots nicked from the intro cutscene.
- Stations: These images were once part of the front-end navigation system for FM-2. They've been reinstated for use on FM-5.
The Order of Elite
|Awarded to Commander Robin Sharrock|