A flyby in the Tualgi region shows a Claw pilot looking over a carrier fantail, perhaps waiting for the call of combat. The Claw has been seen in increasing numbers in Tulagi, as has the Coastal Patrol.
Windhill City continues to expand on several levels, yet has not opened to the public. The metropolis has received several awards for urban design, yet new designers are frustrated by the exclusion.
“You go to look at their great work, and then bam! Inviso-wall! My head really hurts!” Complained one.
SOCL Scientists claim that they have found remnants of two Gold team 1 members in a space station in the remote GEL cluster, sometimes called the GEL community. The space station, which is above Echo City (link), can be a dangerous place, “especially for goofy looking astronaut types” according to a store owner.
The remains were found in a corner, obviously swept there by a small R2 bot.
“We are preparing them for return to Waterbank,” said SOCL.
The Coastal Patrol has added an airfield in in Xilted (Tulagi Region) – link – to their target list, encouraging all of their pilots to drop bombs on the targets there (VICE).
“Stomp, stomp,” the Acting Admiral, “Stompie” warned. “Stomp, stomp… stomp.”
The Claw has been using Archerfield (SLAL) for its ongoing “Doughnuts Dat R Da Bomb” campaign and it’s got the Coastal Patrol up in arms.
“We can’t believe that they would be so willing to have them there,” said a CP pilot we found in a Tulagi bar.
“They pay their tie down fees,” retorted an Archerfield night manager. “That’s more than I can say for the Coastal Patrol.”
Recent sightings of a notorious smuggler, first at an AI Warehouse in Windhill City (link), and then at Honah Airfield flying a Coastal Patrol craft have raised questions about smuggling operations.
“We really have to wonder how far reaching the smuggling goes,” said the diminutive new spokeswoman for the WIA. “And how a smuggler is doing reconnaissance flights in a CP helicopter.”