Greetings Dragons!

The war in Shokwa is now over and with our help, the Freedom Party were victorious. To further the FPoC’s interests in the system, we must now ensure that our influence levels remain above 70% for the next few days. If we should succeed in this, we will find ourselves at war with the Shokwa Liberals in a bid to assume control of Burnet Hub and of course, the system.

Back in Caerus, the CCP’s influence has now reached 27%. Once this begins to get close to 40% we must be very careful not to allow them to pass the FPoC’s share of power. If we can hold both parties at similar levels, a a civil war will start where we must ensure that the FPoC’s influence is raised dramatically before the war starts. With this advantage, victory will mean the taking of a CCP station (or stations).

1. Continue to support CCP in Caerus.

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Raise your glasses commanders, we are victorious!

Today sees the taking of Heinlein Terminal from Caerus Systems. The Federal faction are no longer in control of the system. After our three day war, the Freedom Party of Caerus now own their second station, leaving Quinceys lot homeless. Given that just under a month ago, the FPoC had 14% influence and were not in control of ANY stations, this is quite an achievement. In addition, to win the war with influence levels as high they are right now is a double whammy. 96% influence is the absolute maximum that we can reach in a system with five parties, and that is exactly what we have succeeded in hitting. Caerus has been our most efficient campaign yet. Congratulations, and a big thank you to everyone involved.

Until we get the new roaming campaign details sorted, those who wish to stick around in Caerus as part ...

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As an independent mercenary unit based in the Patocuda system, the 8th Dragon Squadron bear no allegiance to the Empire, Federation or Alliance, nor do they pledge fealty to any smaller governmental bodies. Loyal only to themselves and their contracts, their motto, ‘Ubi Concordia, Ibi Victoria’ meaning ‘Where there is unity, there is victory’, aptly describes the solid foundations on which the group is built.

The 8th Dragon Squadron are a long standing Elite: Dangerous group with a rich history in manipulating the game’s political and economical background simulation...

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