Well! A few things to reply to. Apologies for not providing an update yesterday. We had a mandatory meeting about reporting unauthorized or altered equipment due to certain incidents with our life support system in the labs registering exotics in the air. Remember, pilots, even if it’s ‘not actually on fire, I swear,’ the burning circuitry can trigger safety measures!
Also, an update. After several days maintaining a 10m/unit bounty, need to prioritize continued ARC hive operations has forced a drop of the bounty to 6m per. Please note that our stockpile already exceeds nine thousand samples of salvaged trinary data, provided by hundreds of pilots. When we began this effort, I was hoping to manage perhaps two, three thousand; I would have considered five nearly unthinkable, and a tremendous success. Now, even with the reduced bounty, ten is not only attainable, but likely in the next several days.
Please take a moment to give thanks to those donors who have motivated us and who have eased the burden of this effort. Many have provided ISK, have donated samples, or have subsidized acquisition of samples by other means, and this has all considerably furthered our efforts. You’ll find a list appended to the first post. If my notes are up to date, we’ve received 19.5 billion ISK in donations, and hundreds if not thousands of samples of gratis salvage.
That said, Ms. Seo, I do hope we’ll not have to have many more mandatory safety meetings.
Hinkelmann-haan, thank you! I have an evemail from Aneozomi-haani to reply to! I’ll put that on my task list for this evening.
Arrendis; interestingly, if my slim knowledge of Valkyrie operations holds, I… think they deploy from a Wyvern, usually? I’m honestly not sure, though. They don’t really talk much about themselves or their operations, and the Scope has covered them only sparingly.