We just wanted more access. They provided so much valuable intelligence, it was like a treasure. The brass couldn't get enough, and tasked us with increasing output. But they weren't being stupid about it, thank God.

They knew we had to be careful. Nobody wanted to risk damaging them through overuse, so we had to analyze just how far we could push the limits, while still preserving the quality of output they were used to.

But even the analysis required access, and for that, we had to employ a variety of different tactics, both to avoid damaging the cards themselves, and to take into account the aims of the other parties involved.

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