Planet Calypso News: Robot Spring Offensive

Discussion in 'Planet Calypso' started by EP-Newsbot, Mar 5, 2021.

  1. The Robot menace is once again amassing its forces on Calypso for a spring offensive. This is nothing like the day-to-day skirmishes colonists have become accustomed to; now the robots are coming en masse!

    The new robot forces are primarily targeting the settlements at Camp Phoenix, Cape Corinth, Chugs Hideout, Fort Ithaca, Fort Pandora, Fort Troy, Jurra Plateau, Minopolis and the robot main base at Hadesheim.

    The Calypso Research and Defense Institute (RDI) has observed renewed activity in the robot subterranean base matrix network. Surveillance has also picked up increased communication between the robot dropships hovering over several locations on the Eudoria continent.

    Reports suggest that the robots with the lowest threat level are targeting the area around Camp Icarus. The Cape Corinth area is being targeted by mid-level robots, while the most heavily armed robots seem to be focused on the other targeted locations detailed above.

    Colonists are advised to take precautions in regard to both their armor and weapon selections. Forming teams will also allow for effective engagements against the heavier robot forces.

    As a bonus for helping protect the Calypso settlements, every robot killed provides progression toward the Codex mission rewards. Help keep Calypso safe and scrap those Robots!

  2. Another copy & paste event with bugged in the terrain mobs... boring did this game become, if players have to ask for...ya, fuck storyline and the dynamic development of their own world...just hand out spawns as depositors wish and let the spent their...omfg...beyond embarassing...

    • Hussked Hussked x 1
  3. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    tamable spider bombers please... that is all
  4. San



    A while ago I left a comment in the same vein (bots boring) under the same kind of thread, only to realize how pointless it is. It has its fans like every other event or activity, and they even expect repetition like they expect to have a birthday or any seasonal thing every year. And they looove spending lots on building their virtual skills, fwiw. Refusing to take their money would be irrational. If I was freed from any concern for my spending, I can't predict what I would do. Regarding certain track records, it might be even better to stick with something known to work rather than trying new tricks.

    The only aspect about all this I find laughable is when people expect a different outcome (like higher returns etc.) for doing exactly the same thing every time. The quote describing this phenomenon is usually ascribed to Einstein, although I heard that this is not documented.
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  5. As correct as you may be...this tells a whole fookin lot about the people behind this project...and the people getting heavily abused by it,
    not realizing it, because of a simple and sick (gamble) addiction.

    Because thats what it is. Birthday parties and seasonal things are quite entertaining at times, I tell ya...Mindark just abuses your sick brain, "rewarding" you with fanfare.mp3 and some increasing numbers. This isnt 2004 anymore. :)
  6. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    I keep being reminded of that recent interview video. Even a friend of mine told me about it (he was a fan of the interviewer or the channel it was on or something).
  7. NotAdmin

    NotAdmin Administrator

    The SSimmonds fell off his bike, so it's not gambling interview?
  8. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    Probably. I mean the one from last year.
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