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Author Topic: IC knowledge question - The Kyonoke Pit Chronicle  (Read 146 times)

Menkalinan

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Do people think that knowledge of the incident described at the end of this chronicle would be public knowledge? It seems relevant to recent news.

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The space tower of Taisy Prime has today been converted into a huge research facility, where the Caldari are fervently trying to get to know everything there is about this curious biological speck. Kyonoke Pit itself has been sealed of and remains in a permanent quarantine. Caldari police vessels guarding the mining station make sure that no one without the proper authorization is allowed near it. Some two years ago an unknown group managed to infiltrate the security parameter around the Pit on two ships and entered the station. In addition to acquiring samples of the bio-speck, the group loaded their cargo holds with the highly valuable tasc from the station’s vast storage vaults. But on their way out the bandits started showing the symptoms of being infected by the deadly protein. One of the ships crashed back into the Pit after disembarking, severely damaging the station and completely destroying the ship. The other ship managed to escape the investigating Caldari vessels, but it disappeared without a trace in an asteroid field and has not been heard from since. Today, debris and dead bodies from the Pit float around it, making it even more hazardous for ships to approach the crumbling mining installation. This, and tighter security measures by the Caldari, have prevented anyone else from making a raid on the Pit.
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Re: IC knowledge question - The Kyonoke Pit Chronicle
« Reply #1 on: 14 Feb 2017, 19:24 »

The 'lone frigate' thing might be kept secret by the State to avoid public panic.
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