The hacker names that correpond to file extensions are given in parentheses. These names were not included in the original files; in fact, most of the names remained unknown until the end of the game.

Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:35:17 GMT (Leak)


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:35:44 GMT silvia2.kbp (Mello)

those guys are crap for crap! i tell you, it's one thing to be l33+ or whatever, but it's another to be all stomp stomp stomp raaaar! about it, too. manners are not my best trait, but at least i can hold a fork and knife!
yeah! k, later!


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:35:52 GMT silvia.doc (Breakpoint)


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:35:59 GMT silvia.gif (Plastik)

Those nodes were nuts!

Pretty wack. Nice patching, btw. Gold star for YOU, now!


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:36:10 GMT silvia.graffle (Omni)


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:36:18 GMT silvia.jpg (Caesar)

So we saw this flux and burst of activity, and then down to nothing. Well, we saw the echoes, anyhow.

Definitely not a human footprint. This is a whomp on a huge scale that I am not sure any ordinary script could pack into such a little amount of access. The whole log is massive and ... well, unbelievable. Except it happened. You guys saw it, you all saw the spike. I'm surprised this whole subnet's not toast.



Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:36:28 GMT silvia.kbp (Mello)

whomp! yay, heh, good word!
those logs were ginormous and stuff, i know -- i took a look right before it all went crasholah... yesssssssss we do have quite a weird thing on our hands, yes sir
it's too bad things went down like they did - some people gots no class, no ass, lots of sass
*shakes head* so, if like, we didn't do this, and the other doofii didn't do it, and wasn't human, what was it???
that's some crazy energy, there. i wonder, i wonder!


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:36:38 GMT silvia.lhp (Bounce)

zoiks. it's like some huge robot scuffed its shiny metal feet on the carpeting of the world and then touched its metal claw to the server.

huh. weird. ok, i'll work on my metaphors.


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:36:47 GMT silvia.mic (Scratch)

if i could grab my nuts and sing falsetto, i'd croon like all the rest about what a freaking hero you are. oooooh, caesar! you know the CLASSICS! yer so cool! can i be like you? how many books do i have to read?

i'll be the guy over here, having FUN.



Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:36:55 GMT silvia.mp3 (Statik)

I'll call you.


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:37:02 GMT silvia.txt (Texel)

done gone and planted yourself somewhere new, eh?
what's your plan, Stan?
the spike seems to have left everything unscathed. quite odd.


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:37:09 GMT silvia.wsg (Malloc)


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:37:15 GMT silvia.ypt (Random)

ignominious vowel whispers completely, ignominious degeneration stoops awfully, dingy degeneration sullies uncomfortably, unhoped vein sighs finally, soundless entry sucks irritably, gray light whispers unholily, ignominious life capitulates dryly, soundless battle-axe overflows irritably, aggressive concubine languishes sleeplessly, sharp vortex exhales abruptly, uniform sack capitulates hysterically, perfect party falls undesirably, baleful creationism overflows uncomfortably, upright entry overflows completely, vibrant corduroy overflows caressingly, soundless language concocts completely, concrete dream shrieks expectantly, perfect condescension craves terribly, dark chivalry usurps hypocritically


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:37:21 GMT (Leak)


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:37:28 GMT silvia2.doc (Breakpoint)


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:37:34 GMT silvia2.jpg (Caesar)

Speaking of footprints - sorry about the switcheroo with this whole home base thing. I had thought everything was OK, but it looks like some bigfeet from elsewhere (who invited them? man!) decided to take the ball and run with it. Mom always said not to play ball in the house, and well, stuff got broken.

I cleaned and wiped as much as I could (saving the node spike stuff for myself, of course), and then broke it even more. I had to; the oafs were stumbling all over the place, tripping alarms and making a huge mess. Way to be a ballerina, Gerry Fleck. Of course, _'s got some medium-level guys, and so I hung out until they could see my present to them. I pointed at the hole, tattled on bigfoot, and left a leetle wiggle room after I gave them the fixes. So that's why we're here now.


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:37:40 GMT silvia2.lhp (Bounce)

i would shake my fist in indignation, but as long as it's peaceful around here, i'm good. hrmph.


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:37:47 GMT silvia2.mic (Scratch)

it takes a nerd to know one, dorko.
god, you're so smug! like anyone caused any real harm. why are you so worried about this precious network anyhow? if you wanna tiptoe through life, that's fine, but I don't have time for this. let me know if you EVER get a clue or an idea of how the world works.


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:37:52 GMT silvia2.mp3 (Statik)

Three cheers for caesar!

hip hip
hip hip
hip hip



Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:37:59 GMT silvia2.txt (Texel)

thanks for helping with the cleanup!


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:38:05 GMT silvia2.ypt (Random)

She drearily sings to the intense spoon
Because the quills cut before the foolish shoes.
Where does a man slide so quickly and brightly?
How are the houses?
The paper comes darkly through the clever sharks.
A hill falls.


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:38:10 GMT silvia3.jpg (Caesar)

Why the hostility? Are you mad I got here first? That it wasn't like last time, where you got fried and nearly got us all pinned to the wall? What's the deal?


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:38:16 GMT silvia3.mic (Scratch)

look, i'll play your game because i like the pipe this place is sitting on. but i'll skip the rallies and ticker tape. these pansy-ass passcodes have GOT to go. we're off the grid anyway - NO ONE WOULDA GOT FRIED. misrepresenting me is not cool, man. i bet that spike was just a bad thunderstorm in redland, i bet. smug ass!


Sun, 12 Oct 2003 01:38:20 GMT silvia3.txt (texel)

boys, boys, you're both pretty. keep it quiet, scratch, OK? omni was right - the layout here indicates more than just some thunderstorm or something. i think it'll be really interesting to keep an eye on this place.