The second Invid Invasion

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Zalah sends out her striker battloids on another hit and run on the Invid flagships that were crippled and remain on the ground. They moved in fast and unleashed a hail of rockets and were gone just as fast. The flagships still on the ground were even more crippled if not destroyed along with the workers that were doing the repairs.
As if in responce three flagships left orbit and flew to the surface. Two ships went to the Atlanta hive and one went to the hive in northern Italy.
Albert was close at hand and he reports the Invid at the Atlanta hive gathered all the resources they could and loaded up the flagships and left. The only thing left behind is the hive shell. Even the towers around the hive were dismantled and taken. The flowers of life in the fields were stripped and taken as well. Then the three flagships converged just outside the lower debris field and sped off at top speed. With in 20 minutes a fold was detected and the three flagships were gone entirely. After studying the sensor data of the fold operation it is confirmed that it was an Invid vessel or vessels that performed the space fold. Albert got as close as he could before they left and tried to listen in on their plans. He did not hear any definite plans, mostly all he heard was that they were going some where that they could lay low. Someplace with a “good sun”.
So with those three flagships gone that leaves six flagships in low orbit and 13 occupied hives on the ground. At each of those hives there is evidence that the green houses are being rebuilt as well as towers are being built around the hives to provide a protective force field.


How far do our sensors for space folds reach? Can we tell if they relocated to somewhere in the solar system, like Mars?

Is this a possible set-up for a continued seek-and-destroy campaign?

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A fold can be detected almost to the edge of the solar system. Only a fold as far out as the orbit of Pluto would not be detected.

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