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  • January 2 AZTLAN: The war with Yucatán rebels continues to escalate.[1]
  • January 6 UCAS: 2XS, a BTL far more potent than a standard BTL, hits the black market.[1]
  • March 14 QUÉBEC: Cross Applied Technologies achieves A status.[1]
  • May 3 UCAS: Insurance costs force University of Seattle to remove fire elemental summoning from its practical exam.[1]
  • May 18 UCAS: A group of militant homeless take up residence in the struts of the Manhattan Bridge.[1]
  • June 24 GREECE: The first footage of gorgons using their petrification power is captured.[1]
  • June 30: The first of the North Sea arkoblocks is finished.
  • July 2 JAPAN: International Olympic Committee awards the 2056 Olympics to Tokyo. Japanese officials announce that metahumans will not be allowed to participate.[1]
  • July 19 UCAS: UCAS Data Systems pulls funding from Dr. Ronald Halberstam after they discover he is trying to isolate children’s’ brains from their bodies to raise them completely in the Matrix.[1][2]
  • July 21 AMC: The body of Derek Highsun is found behind his barn.[1]
  • September 13 UCAS: The street mercenary style loses favor among fashion moguls.[1]
  • September 23 TÍR TAIRNGIRE: Willamette Compustat is contracted to handle all government data backups.[1]
  • October 4 SPAIN: Sol Media Group gains a foothold in the Aztlan media market.[1]
  • November 5 UCAS: Alan Adams is re-elected president.[1]
  • November 5 CAS: Edna Wallace is re-elected president.[1]
  • November 11 UCAS: Arthur Vogel founds the One World Association to address environmental issues.[1]
  • December 5 GLOBAL: Bioware is released to the public market, gaining instant popularity.[1]
  • December 13 JAPAN: The Chiba Virtual Stock Exchange crashes in the midst of a Fuchi takeover attempt by the Yamana family.[1]
  • Bioware hits the public market
  • Seattle-Tir Tairngire trade agreement, by which Seattle becomes Tír Tairngire's major port.[3]
  • Juan Samuel Pererya registers his mercenary contractors as the Seventy-Seventh Rangers, or "El Cuadrilla."[4]

References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 o34954845Sixth World Almanac p. 74
  2. o82792918Threats p. 42
  3. o21639523Tir Tairngire p. 32
  4. o9865633210 Mercs p.15