Can You Help Stop the Assault on Stanton?
A threat to the Stanton system has returned in Star Citizen Alpha 3.18. For those of you who have tangled with XenoThreat before, we commend you, but the battle is not over.
During this Dynamic Event, we need the help of all available local pilots, resupplying a UEE Navy flagship while defending against enemy attack.
This most recent iteration of the Assault on Stanton event offers an improved flow for veterans and newcomers alike, with increased server capacity and PES allowing for a truly scaled-up experience. Read on for the mission briefing, check back regularly for updates on the event’s state, and be sure to gear up for battle.
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A HELPING HAND
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Special Agent in Charge
CDF Coordinator – Stanton System
Born and raised in Orison, Crusader, SAIC Rowena Dulli served with distinction in the UEE Navy as a logistics officer until she was recruited by the Marines, where she served another tour. Since joining the Advocacy, she has quickly risen through the ranks as a proven investigator and field agent.
She volunteered to take over as Advocacy attaché to the CDF in 2948 and believes that the CDF is a vital part of the Empire and is proud to assist in its efforts.
Assault on Stanton
An outlaw group known as XenoThreat has launched a campaign of violence in the Stanton system and the Navy has requested civilian support to help combat the scourge. Preaching a viciously anti-UEE and xenophobic rhetoric, XenoThreat forces have been responsible for dozens of attacks against civilian and corporate structures.
Any and all volunteers who wish to combat this invasion should contact Rowena Dulli, Advocacy attaché to the CDF, through their Contract Manager in their mobiGlas for details.
CDF Initiative Updates
The action starts on April 21 at 8 PM UTC.
Outlaw forces identified as XenoThreat recently attacked a corporate convoy headed for the Terra system. They destroyed all the cargo and publicly executed the crew as “collaborators of corporate greed.”
The UEE Navy has dispatched an armed response to deal with this threat. Navy intelligence reports have also picked up additional XenoThreat hostiles on the periphery of the system, with an indeterminate force on an intercept course for Stanton.
The Civilian Defense Force (CDF) has been raised to provide support for Naval forces against this imminent threat. If you would like to volunteer, please monitor your mobiGlas Contract Manager for briefing when it becomes available.
TURN THE TIDE
The CDF requests all active members and prospective volunteers provide support in the ongoing operations against XenoThreat.
The Navy’s prime flagship, the Aegis Javelin destroyer UEES War Hammer, is being restocked at INS-Jericho. Unfortunately, XenoThreat has been intercepting and destroying supply convoys, so the Navy is requesting CDF assistance in retrieving the scattered cargo and delivering it to Jericho station. XenoThreat forces are still at large, so combat support is also needed.
The UEE Navy and local CDF are planning to engage XenoThreat forces as soon as the War Hammer is restocked and need any and all assistance to help quell this threat.
XenoThreat has deployed capital-class ships along with a complement of fighter escorts in an effort to destabilize the system. Anyone with a combat vessel and appropriate training is urged to take up the fight.
Consult the Contract Manager in your mobiGlas for details.
Attention, the outlaw group known as XenoThreat has been successfully driven from Stanton. Their forces were seen retreating to the Pyro system after a decisive defeat at the hands of the UEEN and CDF.
We at the CDF would like to join the Navy in extending our heartfelt thanks for the enduring efforts of all our volunteers during this crisis.
Although residents are urged to exercise caution, the local governments of the Stanton system have eased some of the lockdown restrictions on travel.