Blink, and you may have missed it, but this beautiful trans-Atlantic field graced our scanners this evening for the 2100 UTC checkpoint. The Emerald Isle truly lived up to its name with 14 layers of around 2.7m MU each!
Fabulous work by all the agents involved.
PS Ernesto is the name of the storm that was coming in while this was operation was taking place!
Kilmarnock was spruced up for the weekend with these lovely fields.
And the result?
Onyx illuminator badges were achieved by sessha and ST02AMP, and CrystalBambina was introduced to fielding the Enlightened way – all ably assisted by agents phaous and ST02CMC.
What a fantastic start to the weekend!
Fabulous work agents!
Stoke and Newcastle under Lyme regained their blanket of green fields with a re-run of Friday night’s fielding extravaganza by agent AloisH. Agent mcwebtree added a few more for good measure. All in all, around 1.5m MU for their efforts.
A fantastic start to the new septicycle!
Agent rdced enjoyed some fine fielding over the Isle of Man today. Three layers for around 150k MU followed by a coffee marked with the Three Legs of Man to celebrate. But where’s the cake?
Fantastic work agent!
I see fields of green, many layers too
I see them built for me and you
And I think to myself what a wonderful world…
This evening, experienced agents worked together with many new agents to create city-covering fields across the UK, and indeed, Europe. Millions of MU and many badges were gained across the UK operations. Cities covered include Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Liverpool, London, Nottingham and Stoke. Over in Ireland, Cork, Limerick and Waerford were also fielded.
Look out for individual sitreps in the coming days on g+ with tag #ClaireProject
Cassandra Prime anomalies will be taking place this weekend. Dropped items will therefore disappear faster from 0100 BST on Friday, 27th July.
For those lucky enough to be travelling to anomaly sites, safe journeys, and have a blast this weekend!
With fields spanning the lighthouse at Beachy Head, the seaside towns of Worthing and Littlehampton, and a stone circle in Hascombe, Brighton gloried in 50 shades of green last night.
Outstanding work agents!