Okay, I was wondering about the state of Anti-FTL Technology in the setting, since it was in flux before and I don't know if the wiki accurately reflects the modern view or not. I also want to know how they impact Link Device/Link Siphon technology. The Link Device and Link Siphon technology, which were approved and in use in YE 30 for MFY designs, work by using a wormhole to access the core of a star or quasar. I've been informed that being within the hill sphere of a celestial object hinders FTL; and yet the use of a Link Device or its power-generating sibling, the Link Siphon, essentially require that one end of the wormhole they employ to function be in the Hill Sphere of a star. Wormholes are also, historically, the most vulnerable systems to Anti-FTL efforts. Do the Link Device and Link Siphon simply not function in this new setting, would they have systems to defeat this limitation in place, or do they just ignore this limitation by merit of linking one end of the wormhole to the exact middle of the celestial body -- where the gravitational forces are all canceled out? I suspect that the ship can have internal systems to stabilize the wormhole on the ship's end, since gravity manipulation is standard fare technology. I felt I should verify the setting's current stance on this before even considering using the wormhole Link technology anywhere.