02 FEB 3302
Two weeks ago, the Imperial Internal Security Service discovered 'shadow' cells belonging to the insurgent organisation Emperor's Dawn in the Dakshmandi, Ipilyaqa and Ch'i Lin systems. Military fleets were swiftly despatched to the pertinent systems to destroy the last remaining vestiges of Emperor's Dawn. But recent reports indicate that the campaign may not be going quite as well as the Empire hoped. An Imperial pilot stationed in Dakshmandi spoke briefly with a correspondent from the Imperial Herald:
"The insurgents may be resilient, but their days are numbered. There's nowhere to run, nowhere to hide. It might take a little longer than planned, but Emperor's Dawn is going down, I can promise you that."
The Empire is understood to have sent reinforcements to the Dakshmandi, Ipilyaqa and Ch'i Lin systems to support its forces.
02 FEB 3302
In this weekly report, the latest GalNet data is assembled to present ten minor factions experiencing civil unrest or lockdown in their systems.
Here are 10 of the 1,151 minor factions in lockdown:
Milpiriyo Vision Commodities
New Boreas Union
V492 Lyrae Purple Dragons
LHS 1167 Blue Brothers
Lu Yupik Creative Network
GD 69 League
Quan Gurus Crimson Public Ltd
Defence Force of Wheemehimo
Lockdowns increase the security rating for a system but also have a negative effect on the system's wealth. Increased bounty hunting activity can shorten the lockdown period.
Here are 10 of the 1,141 minor factions experiencing civil unrest:
Gun Jet Netcoms Inc
Hamal Hand Gang
Ch'u Ti Co
Bandjigali Jet Creative Network
New Unktomi Democrats
Atropos Major Network
Bang Vision Services
Labour of V902 Centauri
Civil unrest is caused by illegal activity within the system as well completing contracts from more nefarious sources. The wealth rating and standard of living will suffer when a system contains civil unrest. Combat missions and activities can be utilised to end civil unrest.
Data is correct at time of publishing.