I pressed the wrong button so uh ... surprise double update.
Behold the power of international trade?
Behold the power of underappreciated libraries?
Yay for wrong buttons!
I'm surprised these books even exist in the empire.
Thank you for your mistake, is really appreciated
I wonder when they'll notice they're being observed by other means
I wonder if my expectation that this is the case will be used against me
It's probably more the spy network than actual trade, I think. We know they send spies overseas. Or maybe it's an exchange with other "powers" (or smuggler rings).
Also this test must be boring, if they don't cheat but still talk.
Hurray! Extra update! :)
I guess they are still observated and thus Noah should be careful what he's saying o.o
Like the "any" key, most keyboards don't have a "wrong" button. Unless you meant the one with an obnoxious logo on it? But our spies weren't going to recruit that one, so I don't see why it would be giving us bonus updates...
Tobi and Noah's storys are now linked...geographically at least
Netraam. darn you! as soon as i saw your comment i went back up and looked, now those ceiling lights look like eyeballs to me!
@Bruudwin: ...that cannot be unseen. *shiver*
@Guest Every keyboard has <number of keys - 1> wrong buttons. Any button except the the any key is a wrong button.
@Guest: Wha? I thought everyone knew that "any" key is the space bar, only they've stopped labeling it as such to make fun of customers who can't find it.
No worries, it's a great button! Push it again!
Wait. Wait, wait, wait. Waaaaaaaiiiiiiit.
Did... Noah just have a civil conversation with a girl?
Is it all that surprising that they are able to have radar? The simple fact alone that you as a civilian understand what a radar is and how it works show that the empire is more then capable of recreating the technology. Since the term radar is known without explanation, they wouldnât even need to trade for it. Itâs not like they were inventing a way to teleport across the kingdom
It doesn't matter how many devices you reverse engineer, if you can't work silicon, you can't produce high-technology. And you can't shortcut the silicon production process without access to the source.
Could they not just trade for items that contained silicone products they need, in the guise of civilian objects, to then strip them for the military? Unless this is what they did