Thursday 20 March 2014

Over 23.000 refugees arrive at the Arcology!

Currently, many festivities are being planned aboard the Arcology to celebrate the historic treaty signed about a year ago between the State and the Federation, recognizing each other's sovereignty in the Luminaire system.
But in the capsuleer community, a much larger event is planned, The Battle of Caldari Prime Anniversary Gathering. This event aims to gather all capsuleers of good will for a great celebration of all the good that happened in the wake of that major battle for the Caldari Homeworld. All those who are able to come, are invited for this event!

Recently there has been some unrest concerning Ishukone's dealings with the Federation, due to their secrecy surrounding all their negotiations. Currently, not enough hard facts are known to make any good conclusion, but be assured that Aurora News Network (ANN) will keep track of this! If any facts come up, you'll see a publishment about it!

Onward to this week's refugee list. With thanks to the Ember capsuleer family and others, quite some refugees & rescuees have found a new home aboard the Arcology. Among these are also the rescuees from the recent Uedama tragedy who are now safe aboard the Arcology Station.

Regular Civilians

-183 Homeless
-1.258 Janitors
-19.476 Tourists (Datafile: Tragedy at Uedama)
-10 Refugees
-4 Scientists
-9 Stranded Pilots
-210 Freed Slaves


-3 Fedos (Datafile:A strange animal)
-60 Hounds

Law Enforcement

-318 Freedom Fighters
-2.125 Marines
-120 Militants
-4 Slavers (Part of the Redemption Program)

Employees for the Nightclub L'Etoile Rouge

-175 Male Exotic Dancers


-1 Corin Risia
-3 Oura Madusaari (Patients suffering the Oura M. Syndrome)

The Arcology still receives patients with the Oura M. Syndrome, but regrettably, not much progress has been made in developing a better treatment for these people suffering from it.
So far our method of handling these patients remains the same, keep them isolated from each other and under surveillance and they can live a fairly normal life as long as they are not aware of each other.

Anyone who can assist or has experience with handling the Oura M. Syndrome is welcome to share it with us, in order to improve the quality of life for these people!

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