Conflux Continue CP Attacks

UUNN Newswire

(The Wake Station)  Conflux Sentients renewed their attacks on infrastructure on the evening of 115.12.17, attacking the RB-3 Custom Producer in Wake sector.  While the building was damaged, it was not destroyed, thanks to pilots Sieg, Wookieface and Uxo, who defended against the sentient and its drone support swarm.

Pilots were able to completely repair the facility within hours of the attack, so it is back online and ready to produce.  Pilots are encouraged to produce and stock-up on Repair Beam guns of all sizes

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Sentient Attack Damages Antiflux CP

Thane Carios

(Amananth)  Multiple C-17 bombing runs on the Antiflux Custom Producer in Amananth sector resulted in moderate damage to the building.

The attack began around 21:00 UTC and continued for nearly an hour.  The C-17 sentient bombers were accompanied by waves of drone Conflux making it difficult for the small defense force to stop the bombing runs, but several sentients were destroyed during the incursion.

“Unfortunately we were late to the party,” said TRI-SEC Enforcer pilot Thaddeus ‘Ace’ Adder.  “Damage levels were at about 70% — which is not too bad, but it does take the CP out of commission until repairs can be completed.”

Pilots are encouraged to use Repair Beams to help repair the facility.

It’s Time to Plog!

by Kedra Brenari

(UUNN HQ) With a brand-new service from UUNN, pilots can now Plog — which is short for Pilot Log.  You can share your thoughts, stories, adventures or gripes.

“There are lots of things that happen to pilots that are not really news from the UUNN perspective,” said Fence, Founder and Editor-in-Chief at UUNN.  “But this Plog allows everyone to share their personal stories and experiences in a whole new way.  We hope to see many pilots taking advantage of it.”PLOG 1

In order to start a Plog, pilots will have to submit a request.  Once that’s processed they will receive an invitation – which they’ll need to “accept.” (You’ll also need to set up a WP account if you don’t already have one.)

Pilots may Plog as often or as little as they wish.  The only rules are:

  • Keep your Plog focused on your own (IC) experiences and commentary
  • Do NOT use your Plog as a platform to verbally attack or abuse other pilots or squads.
  • Do NOT be extremely profane (mild profanity for emphasis is fine).
  • Graphics inserted into you Plog must be appropriate for all audiences.

The Plog can be accessed at tripilotlog.wordpress.com