|Primary Objective||Infiltrate teams within Ouranberg stucture without detection||Semi-Success||Two teams successful in completing insertion, one detected during infiltration, one team lost before insertion|
|Primary Objective||Identify, locate and eliminate Saggitar Slaith||Success||Slaith killed by tube charges, confirmed kill|
|Secondary Objective||Disrupt enemy defense structure||Semi-Success||Enemy forces distracted from main defenses|
|Tertiary Objective||Locate Ouranberg citizenry||Sucess||Civilians located on work detail in Alpha dome|
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The insertion of the four Larisel teams was conducted under the guise of a large air strike on the main defenses of Ouranberg, which doubled as both a method of weakening the city's defenses in advance of the Imperial assault to begin the next day, and also to create openings for the teams to enter the structures. In the midst of the air wave formation were four stripped down marauder fighter-bombers which each held a five man team. Once over the objective, the marauders would release the operatives, where they would then make groundfall using Skyborne hover packs that negated the need for a stationary insertion craft.
Once on the ground, the formation would continue it's aerial assault and return to Cirenholm, leaving the Blood Pact defenders in no doubt that it had simply been a routine aerial attack that they had endured, allowing the mission teams to successfuly gain access to the dome proper and begin their mission to locate Slaith. At this point the Larisel operatives would be without any support or contact with the Imperial forces on Phantine.
Each team was assigned a team leader, a scout mainly for locating their target and also for stealth envoy work, a sniper for the actual assassination and a support trooper armed with a U90 Assault Cannon for heavy duty fire, particularly in regards to any encounters with the confirmed Loxatl mercenaries within, and each was accompanied by a Phantine Skyborne specialist, mainly to assist during the insertion phase.