Today on Quantum Vibe: Cost-benefit analysis Strip 2092 - Click strip above to goto the next strip.
First Seen: Fri 2020-05-08
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Sci-Fi Adventure Monday & Thursday.
Dark plans fall like thunderbolts.
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Jerome: To summarize:
Jerome: Anxiety levels are still higher than normal, but the success of Deslocação Dinámico in diverting the second missile has had a calming effect.
Jerome: So far there is little to no sentiment for changing the established order here, beyond the usual outliers.
Focus on the image of Jean-Luc on the flip-phone.
Jean-Luc: This was not unexpected. We will need to step up our game.
Jean-Luc: Based on your interviews, what would you recommend?
Jerome: Clearly assaults from outside are not very productive.
Focus on Jerome
Jerome: The city is well-hardened against external attacks, and they can adapt quickly, as we have seen.
Jerome: Not to mention, inasmuch as our sponsors also have valuable physical assets here, chewing up great chunks of the city is likely more costly than necessary.
A silhouetted figure is looking at a pair of monitors containing the images of both Jerome and Jean-Luc.
Jean-Luc: Agreed. So what then?
Jerome: The next attack needs to come from the inside.
Jerome: The city is more vulnerable internally, and a well-planned strike could divide the populace.