This week cerebruminc unveiled its next in the series of prototype fighters, the F-3 Wasp. The F-3 Wasp improves upon much of the technology used in the F-2 Bat. The new fighter features a smaller, yet more powerful core, a removable engine/core mount that can be easily be handled in gravity by two persons and in 0 gravity by one, both atmospheric and exospheric flight, and a more comfortable and integrated cockpit. No details concerning the F-3 Wasp’s payload were disclosed. In an attempt to discover the location the corporation’s facilities, analysts and competitors alike have pored over the press release to identify the alien tech that is obviously integrated into the new fighter. Nothing has been concluded.
Along with the press release for the F-3 Wasp came an uncharacteristic and militant threat of offense from the corporation to the Eastern Block if any more “brazen attempts at stealing our developed technology occurred.” This threat is cause for concern because of the corporation’s secrecy, seemingly unlimited resource, and now apparent ties with a potentially dangerous alien race.