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(The rules haven't changed. As with before, receiving can be done with one satellite. Broadcasting requires a large telecommunications facility. We could build one, but it would make whatever world it is on into a giant target)
(This is a bit of a clusterfuck, but it's been brewing for a while)
Our overlords have captured twelve Terran survivors from Brontes. We don't sense more than one or two additional survivors. It appears Bernie's forces began moving faster as soon as they realized we were coming. The overlords are almost ready to jump out of the system when the wraiths arrive.
Hundreds of wraiths pour into the system, accompanied by a dozen dropships, two battlecruisers, one science vessel, and thirty or forty craft we can't readily identify. We have the overlords jump away immediately, and ten wraiths follow. It looks like they were prepared to track retreating enemies upon arrival.
We have one cloaked wraith left in the system, hovering next to the satellite. We haven't had it engage or flee, yet. What should we do with it?
Disnats VII, a second-wave colony, has detected the arrival of a Terran invasion freighter. Scourge are scrambling, but the ship is already turning to retreat.
Olsen II C, a large moon we colonized as part of the third wave, is experiencing a coordinated attack from tanks and goliath mechs.