A private conversation between Chia, the CEO of Feral Marine and the Fugitive Lawyer was recorded and sent to the Waterbank News, which immediately prepared it for print.
“It just turns out that Feral engineers are not very quick about developing weapons systems. They refuse to talk to anyone else about it, but it seems that they are genuinely afraid of how powerful the Lynx might be. Meanwhile the weapons development team is bogarting the prototype build and the Lynx is so expensive to build that we could only afford to build the prototype. I really could use a drink.”
A garbled voice that is likely the Fugitive Lawyer’s asks about prepaid contracts.
“The procurement process for weapons from the SL Navy is pending. Since Feral is not a military company. We have no deals in place with any weapons makers yet. My head of legal said that he is trying to work out a deal with someone.”
The Fugitive Lawyer says something about a transport plane, then Chia answers.
“We did the C-23 Sherpa design a long time ago. Our legal department did something right and they sold the rights to that to an aviation company. They’re back to working well, but we may put you on retainer.”
A Coastal Patrol unit conducted an air-to-air raid on a mysterious blimp over Dutch Harbor today, only to discover it was one of the mysterious projects from Analyse Dean’s secret workshop.
“The thing was hovering over Dutch and we just thought it was so unusual,” said a CP member. “Once we figured out it was hers we put everything back where we found it.”
Aeronauticos from all over the world are expected to attend the release party of the newest ZSK aircraft in the Greater Tulagi area. The highly anticipated aircraft has gone through rigorous testing to meet the high standard of ZoraSlade Koru, ZSK’s jefe.
“I don’t know if the rumors about an engineer being fired for untrimmed nose hair are true,” said one worker at Archerfield, “but we take Quality Control very – VERY – seriously. Pilots know we aim to please.”
Check out the plane with a demo at Archerfield (link)
From the official PR materials:
“Join us on Friday 12th at 7pm PST as we launch the high anticipated LJ-45XR.
We will have Music from DJ Tom Box, Demo Aircraft to try, and the official launch at 7pm.
Before 7pm, The Demo rezzers will be turned off to allow guests to gather on the Tarmac. The ZSK Owner will then activate the vendors for the product launch.
Read more about this product here: link()
Reposted from McKeenan Product: BAE-146 – USER MANUAL
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ZSK has a new website for interested parties, and has new updates on the highly anticipated jet soon to be released (link). The website can be found here (link).
Baker & Sun’s Law Firm’s “Partner News” blog shows photos from, and describes how the Fugitive Lawyer recently went on a set of trials for the upcoming ZSK release, a private jet. In the article the Fugitive Lawyer says that the new ZSK jet is unlike anything he had ridden in, comfortable and with a “smooth, gliding flight.”
The photos include a shot of the jet at a racetrack, where ZSK engineers are said to have tested the handling of the craft on the ground as well as in the air.
“It was really something to see them drive the course with the jet,” the Fugitive Lawyer said.
ZSK has not given a date for the release, and law enforcement remains frustrated at the elusive Fugitive Lawyer.