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Henrique Carrega
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OP GenteNova (Romeu13) - OP Report

Depois de muito tempo com falta de jogadores na célula13, e após (aparente) sucesso na angariação de um conjunto de recrutas para a team RES, eis que surge a ideia de celebrar a sua chegada com uma OP. A ideia base da mesma surge pelas mãos do agente hotshot111 sendo depois afinada para a obtenção do máximo de layers pelo agente TheSouthGod.
Toda a OP começa com a remoção de um primeiro blocker em Messines e Quarteira e com a reunião dos agentes hotshot111 e TheSouthGod para afinação de estratégias de última hora e inicio das primeiras layers em Silves. Dada a confirmação para Beja, o agente PSB21 faz a inversão das âncoras, deitando abaixo o anterior field que se mantinha e cria os links defensivos necessários ao sucesso.
Começam a surgir as primeiras layers desta aventura. De seguida e para poder dar continuidade, seguem os agentes até ao segundo blocker sito em Ferragudo e, após rápida intervenção continuam o périplo a caminho do Parchal, passando por Estombar, onde são lançadas mais duas camadas e apanham-se os recrutas para poderem usufruir desta experiência. Trocadas as chaves necessárias e dadas as respectivas instruções, segue o grupo para o destino seguinte: Lagos.
Aqui, e usando as mesmas ancoras que o adversário já utilizara em OPs anteriores o grupo consegue adicionar mais 8 layers e ruma para a Praia da Luz onde sáo criadas mais 5. De referir que, para ganharem experiência e sentirem a OP como sua, foram os recrutas a montar e linkar os portais sendo o papel dos seniores apenas o de fazer o level up e a colocação de eventuais MODS necessários...
O grupo segue então para a zona de Almádena para efectuar os restantes fields até sagres. Infelizmente um blocker bem intencionado resultante de um OP anterior impedia a realização em sequência da OP pelo que foi necessário percorrer uns km extra para o resolver mas nada que impedisse a resolução deste grupo em criar a maior OP que a célula já tinha visto.
Blockers resolvidos e Sagres pronto para receber novos links, reinicia-se a construção das layers, 10 no total até à bonita Vila do Bispo. Tira-se a foto de familia, bebe-se uma mini para celebrar e inicia a tarefa do agente de Beja que começa a fechar os restantes fields. No total, 38 Layers, 5.15 M Mus conseguidos e uma team altamente motivada.
Agentes envolvidos: R3J3CT3D, CatastrophicW, HotShot111, TheSouthGod, GrandeTuga, RicoNxKiller, Xuxu85, PSB21...

Até uma próxima aventura... WeAreResistance!
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Azul Claro SitRep
- by EdgeAgain, Clara82

Summary: 32 fields Ireland – Azores – Portugal Mainland
Remarkable fact: the largest fields had the lowest MU score

What do you do when you have a ton of keys to remote portals in Ireland, and you’ve got a trip to Lisbon planned? Why, you plan a BAF!

In June 2016, agents @EdgeAgain and @Clara82 met @MadMarlow at the anomaly in Dublin. MadMarlow suggested a visit to remote portals on the Irish Dingle peninsula. Figuring that keys to those portals might come in useful at some point, Edge and Clara hiked up to the portals and enjoyed the refreshing Irish summer rain while burning them out.

In October, Edge and Clara decided to spend New Year’s in Lisbon. The idea of a BAF to Ireland and the Azores was quickly born, but Edge and Clara had no connections in the Azores. This problem was solved at the anomaly in Sofia, where they met @Zorglubxx, who got @netuser from the Azores involved. We knew we would mainly be fielding over fish, so to give us a bit more of a challenge, @netuser quickly raised the bar from “a BAF” to “a whole lot of fields.”

On the afternoon of New Year’s Day 2017, Edge and Clara met local agents @zZapt and @Mascarilha in Foz do Arelho, north of Lisbon. There is a row of ten portals here, starting at the coast and going inland: perfect for multiple fields! @Sukikyo had provided them with keys to the Azores, where agents stood ready on three different islands. In the meantime, @MadMarlow and @MadLenne had lived up to their names and driven about 250 km one-way to the Dingle peninsula in Ireland. @netuser was the spider in the web, having coordinated the key exchange and keeping a close eye on intel during the operation. Although there were Portuguese speakers on all three anchors, and with a Brazilian accent on two of them, communication was in English :-).

@MadMarlow flipped the first anchor in Ireland to blue, @catota dropped a blocker, and the first series of twelve fields, to the island of São Miguel, was made. All agents waited for five minutes, biting their nails, until checkpoint passed. Then @bluemen and @jinks69 flipped the São Miguel portals, and @esquilim made ten fields from the island of Terceira. Next, all Portuguese portals were flipped to take down the links, and the mainland ones were rebuilt, to allow the use of a second anchor in Ireland. @Flavio7Corvo and @amadeup prepared the anchor on Corvo, and, by shooting the longest link of the day at almost 2100 km, @MadLenne kicked off the third set of fields.

One very remarkable observation was made in this operation. The fields in the first set (to São Miguel) were smallest in area, the second set (to Terceira) were larger, and the third set (to Corvo) were largest. However, the MU score decreased with each set! The first set was upto 114 kMU, the second set around 80 kMU, and the third set 51 kMU, less than half of the first. Although the exact field areas were not calculated, and mapping a sphere onto a flat surface is sure to cause some distortion, this does not by any means explain how the largest field had half the MU value of the smaller ones. Rather, the explanation lies in grid divisions, combined with a population of 140,000 on São Miguel, 55,000 on Terceira, and only 430 on Corvo.

The operation ran perfectly, without a single flaw, and was a great start to 2017! Many thanks to the agents who participated, and we hope that everybody had as much fun as we did!
@netuser– coordination and key transfer
@catota– control of blocking links
@Sukikyo– key transfer
@MadMarlow and @MadLenne– portal preparation and linking from Ireland
@bluemen and @jinks69– linking from São Miguel, Azores
@esquilim– linking from Terceira, Azores
@Flavio7Corvo and @amadeup– portal preparation at Corvo, Azores
@zZapt, @Mascarilha, @EdgeAgain, and @Clara82– portal preparation, assistance, linking from Mainland Portugal
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The offensive agent name.

After two years playing INGRESS, NIA decided that my agent name is offensive. And asked me to change it three times, and i did. Now NIA states that I “broke the TOS”, and blocked my account. Now NIA will wisely choose from seven agent names i’ve suggested. OK. No problem. Seven new nicknames sent. My account it’s still blocked.

As NIA is a comercial enterprise, and therefore, since I’ve already spent real money acquiring services from NIA, I’m a costumer, I feel treated like crap! I simply don’t understand why “Wargazzm” is offensive. Neither do my team mates. The reason my nick name is under fire, two years AFTER I began playing INGRESS, is only due to one thing: some small minded ENL players found a way to eliminate competition, And NIA numbly plays along. It will be nice to see what NIA will do when the same small minded ENL starts reporting my new nickname, the one NIA will choose from a list of seven I gave them. But that is a future issue, and I’m dealing with a present one: I CAN’T PLAY! I can’t even recharge my guardian portals, or even the farm portals I share(d) with my team… because of a “offensive” nickname. Go figure! I would really like to see NIA acting so promptly and bold blocking the players that in a regular basis use spoofing techniques, comm bullying... but for those... well... NIA looks to the other side. It’s a shame.

Finally, 3 days ago, NIA sent me an email announcing the new Via Noir anomalies series, and started the email as follows: “Welcome agent Wargazzzm”. Is this a JOKE? treating me with the last nick name of which I was (am!) banned? And how may I participate if my account is blocked?

Note: The only thing I find potentially “offensive” in my “offensive” nick name is the WAR initials. Well... that means “We Are Resistance”! And if i’m proud of a worldwide moto used by RESISTANCE, why in the hell can’t I use it in my Nickname? For those who waste NIA time reporting this kind of stuff… get a life!

+NIA Ops +Niantic +Ingress
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Kraken ingress:)
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+Isabel granadaaaa😍

Happy b day +Julia Vivienne Loverdose​

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#menosmalquenosquedaportugal 330M MUs
Spanish and Portuguese Resistance working together. W.A.R.!
Full report coming soon 😊
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