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Chancellor Blaine Confirms Senate Investigation

21 SEP 3301

Chancellor Blaine Confirms Senate Investigation



At the start of the day’s deliberations, Chancellor Anders Blaine declared that a Senate investigation into the claimed connection between Princess Aisling Duval’s office and the insurgent group Emperor’s Dawn was to be undertaken. The investigation will begin immediately, despite the Senate being in closed session until the succession is decided.

In response, Aisling Duval stated that she would comply in any way she could with the investigation. She also said that her own security teams had discovered some alarming information that she would share with the investigation committee.

Meanwhile, the hunt for Patron Damon Clarke continues. Several of his associates were arrested by the Internal Security Service in the early hours of the morning and subjected to questioning.

GalNet Weekly Economic Report

21 SEP 3301

GalNet Weekly Economic Report



In this weekly digest, the latest GalNet data is compiled to show the economic state of a short list of minor factions and the star systems they inhabit (*).

Here are 10 of the 3,113 minor factions currently enjoying an economic boom:

Labour of Har Itariu

United Nganji Labour

LHS 2931 Gold Major Network

Imperial Law Party

Crimson Allied Incorporated

Defence Party of Branglal

Santjalan Jet Organisation

Karamojola Dynasty

Liberals of Ngolibardu

Ambiri allied

When in boom, the wealth of a system is increased for the duration and all trade missions have double the effect on influence. Boom can also positively increase a minor faction’s influence. Boom can be entered by consistent trade profits and completed trade contracts. Booms tend to last until they naturally expire or until some other indicator takes precedence, such as famine.

* Data is correct at time of publishing