Thursday 30 January 2014

The Arcology welcomes about 14.000 new refugees & immigrants!

The Aurora Arcology Project has been running smoothly, expanding it's population number at a steady rate.
With thanks to capsuleers like Khaprice and Mayandra Ember, refugees are given the chance for a new life under our guidance and protection.
The injured slaves that have been sent to our care have been treated by our medical staff. Once their wounds had healed, they've been transported to the Disciples of Ston, as their Matriculation Program is far more suitable in guiding them to a new life, away from the traumatic experiences they suffered as slaves.

Now onward to this week's immigration list! Once more, it's a very varied group, heralding from various ways of life. From scientists to janitors and anything in between.

Regular Civilians

-383 Homeless
-1980 Janitors
-4 Manel's Servants
-65 Prisoners (Part of the Prison Lend-Lease Program)
-72 Refugees
-10 Science Graduates
-20 Scientists
-3549 Tourists
-10 Mannar Textile Representatives (Datafile: Cultural Exchange)
-1236 Freed Slaves


-1 Fedo (Datafile:A strange animal)
-208 Hounds

Law Enforcement (Datafile: Internal Security Divisions)

-80 Caldari Light Marines
-1745 Freedom Fighters
-1 Kameira
-2558 Marines
-360 Militants
-277 Slavers (Part of the Redemption Program)

Employees for the Nightclub L'Etoile Rouge

-151 Female Exotic Dancers
-60 Male Exotic Dancers
-1 Little Male Helper


-Fajah Ateshi
-Jorek Lephny
-Ryoke Laika

Once more, the council has been expanded in order to accommodate the explosive growth we experienced during last month. Fajah Ateshi will guide the expansion of the Science departments. Jorek Lephny on the other hand will make sure civilian matters are represented enough in the council to assure the smooth workings of the Aurora Arcology project.
At last, Ryoke Laika's appointment is to assure that the growing law enforcement is kept in check and that faction-specific militia receives the correct assignments.

There's also a large influx of Freed Slaves, we attribute this rise to the recent newscoverages on the Disciples of Ston, giving us publicity among recently freed slaves who still search for a place to call home.

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