(Amananth) An apparent lucky hit caused much more significant damage than expected in yesterday’s sentient attack on Amananth Station. Some suspected that the attack was targeted at the nukes recently stockpiled on Amananth, but those items were not damaged. What was impacted was production of Flashfires, Guardians and Whistles — along with significant inventories of those same items plus Displacers as well.
Pilot Orka reported that DPDQ communicated the following message:
Reports from Amananth’s DPDQ system indicate that some station systems and inventory were damaged during a Sentient nuclear attack on the station today around 16:30. According to pilot Sinver, the initial attack was made by a C-10 “Eel” sentient along with C-0 “Jellyfish” and C-8/9 “Kraken” drones in support. Subsequent attacks were by a “Kraken” sentient (C-8s or C-9s).
Aman Leap gate was infested during the attack and sentient presence was also reported in The Gyre, The Split and Sea of Shadows. No other details are available at this time. Pilots are warned to keep an eye out for additional sentient activity in that area.
Oct Core was attacked by Conflux on 7.5 with the station sustaining some minor damage. Apparently the Conflux attacked outbuildings first, but there has been not official report on any damage there. They also attacked the station and were trying to do something at the ETP. This was the largest station attack we have seen in quite some time. You have to wonder if this was random or if Flux aggression will be ramping up.
For the first time in a very long time we’ve been hearing from the Amananth Station AI (aka DPDQ). First in relation to repairing the production for the “inhibitor” (aka antiflux); and later when it apparently scolded RazorsKiss for having someone blow up an old New Dawn area in the station. The messages were transmitted in hex — which just seems lazy to me. Continue reading →
(Amananth) The multi-corporate engineering team that has been at work on the problem of repairing the Antiflux Custom Producer in Amananth for more than two weeks, has released a much-anticipated update on their effort.
“Initially we focused on the data architectures because that’s what DPDQ (the Amananth AI system) had been doing – trying to correct the CPs own diagnostics system. If we could have repaired that, the CPs nanos could have completed the repairs with the aid of directed repair beams,” said Chaiss Rivers, one of the team members from Lexxor Intelligence. “Unfortunately, we were unable to make any progress on that front. So we decided to look directly at the repair system hardware. So far, we have been unable get it activated at all – can’t even communicate with it.
“The biggest problem,” continued Rivers, “is that this was a very well-executed sabotage. The explosions on Amananth station apparently destroyed all of the backup data on the Antiflux systems and hardware, and DPDQ does not seem willing or able to reproduce it. But we haven’t given up yet”