Are there stations in null sec?
Logistics in nullsec Packaged ships can be carried in jump freighters which jump through systems using cynos as well. These are player-built stations that are limited to one per system and give many of the same services as NPC stations.
What is null sec?
Nullsec, short for “Null Security Space”, comprises every system in EVE that has a security status at or below 0.0. These are the regions of space where wars between the great alliances and coalitions have been fought, and where the powerful pirate factions make their home.
How do you survive in null sec?
HOLD YOUR CLOAK.
- Quickly check D-Scan for any signs of an obvious trap, such as a bubble or camp at a nearby gate or station.
- Pick a safe spot or planet to warp to.
- While you are still cloaked, wait until any moving ships are heading away from you before engaging warp.
What is Edencom EVE?
EDENCOM is the New Eden Common Defense Initiative, a semi-autonomous military command set up by CONCORD and the “Big 4” core empires to aggressively prosecute the war against the Triglavian Collective’s invasion forces in YC122.
How does security work in EVE Online?
The EVE client displays system security as a range of values from 0.0 to 1.0 with increments in tenths (i.e. 0.1, 0.2, etc.). In actuality, system security is a value from -1.0 to 1.0, with values being rounded to the nearest tenth and values lower than 0.0 being shown as 0.0 in the client.
What is low SEC Eve?
Low Security systems are those with a security level of 0.1 to 0.4.
Are Edencom ships good?
The sig radius of EDENCOM ships is nothing to be proud of, in fact being a little higher than average. However their shield resists profile when at max skills (although the thunderchild gets no hull bonuses to shield resists, unlike its smaller counterparts) is extremely good. Their base shield amounts similarly high.
What is a Vorton projector?
Originally developed by the Upwell Consortium for use on Keepstar Citadels, the Arcing Vorton Projector is a product of spatiotemporal engineering and a weapon capable of striking multiple targets in rapid succession.
Does Concord respond in Lowsec?
Low security In these systems, stargates and stations will have sentry guns (although fewer than in Highsec), but CONCORD will not react to hostile actions between pilots, although any nearby sentry guns will still open fire on the attacking player(s) and unprovoked attacks will cause losses of security status.
Does Concord come in low sec?
CONCORD will come every time someone is undocked in a ship with a criminal flag in highsec. They will never destroy somebody just for their sec status. Faction police, however, are a different thing. Faction police will attack anyone who has low enough sec status or low standings with their faction.
Is 0.5 High or Low SEC?
Lowsec. Systems with a security between 0 and 0.5 are referred to as low security or “lowsec”. In these areas it is possible to attack players and loot their cargo containers, but certain structures are still protected by CONCORD forces.
How do I increase my Edencom standings?
Destroy rogue drones, sleepers, and drifters. The larger the target drone or ship, the larger the standings gain. Rogue Drones give the least standings points, Sleepers give more and Drifters give the most standings points.
What is a null sec station?
It’s null sec that can’t be owned (Sovereignty) by any alliances and the stations are all NPC owned allowing anyone to dock. Usually there are corps and alliances that live there and patrol there but they can never control any of it in the typical null sec sense although they can still have a controlling presence (if that makes sense).
What’s the difference between NPC null sec and a TCU?
Stations don’t belong to players. Stations belong to random NPC corps/factions. In NPC null sec you can’t make the system ‘better’ using a TCU. You get what you get. It’s null sec that can’t be owned (Sovereignty) by any alliances and the stations are all NPC owned allowing anyone to dock.
Can you put Pos’ in NPC null sec without Concord?
For instance, Sisters of Eve own a constellation in Pure Blind, Serpentis in Fountain, etc. No concord. You can put pos’s anywhere you want. Stations don’t belong to players. Stations belong to random NPC corps/factions. In NPC null sec you can’t make the system ‘better’ using a TCU.
Can Corps live in null sec?
Usually there are corps and alliances that live there and patrol there but they can never control any of it in the typical null sec sense although they can still have a controlling presence (if that makes sense). But it’s still null sec so anything goes, ie no aggression from gates or stations and usage of bubbles.