Yes this information became available a bit ago on the Jump Point Magazine, we discussed it at the time.
One thing hasn't changed (for me) though... Unless we deal with Tiber in one way or another, we won't hold Orion for long.
PD: There IS one very interesting piece of data that I missed the first time I read it... "Given the obvious advantages of Caliban, most of these forces were stationed there rather than in Tiber."
I know people have concerns about CIG cheating with spawn points, but I really don't see them doing that after all of the work they've put into making it so that players can have an effect on the Verse. Especially after setting the Vanduul up like this and voicing support for OPPF with the MVP and their other comments. The more closely I follow the lore, the more I'm seeing bread crumbs being dropped for us in it. They may be imagined, but some of them are awfully coincidental if they are.
There's one simple thing that limits just how many Vanduul can strive down in Tiber...Food.But then again that's only true if the Vanduul are subjected to the same rules of supply and demand that the UEE is. Which is a question that hasn't been answered yet.
A guild member of ours, who is subscribed, talked about this. Do you think it's possible then to try and catch the Vanduul in a two-pronged assault? I mean one group flanks them by heading straight to Orion via a longer route, while a second force in coordination perhaps with a PMC (or UEE taskforce in the region), attacks Tiber.The result would be that the Vanduul would have to split their forces between us, leveling the field and making their firepower less overwhelming. I dunno I'm just throwing out suggestions.
We really need to decide what we want here, because if by some miracle we manage to take Tiber, I don't think we will have the momentum left to take the fight to Orion.
Another thing to note is that in this latest jump point it gives small hints that Caliban may be under UEE control, correct me if it has been stated otherwise recently from an official source. But if this is correct, then we may not have as much of an issue in the Caliban route as we had planned.
That means that any thrust up the Nul-Caliban-Orion axis would go a great deal swifter, true. But, Tiber still needs to be neutralized or attritted, or else a week after we're gone, the Vanduul retake Orion.
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