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  4. Se cumple con la ordenanza de la "Corporación Vanguardia DR" Estar registrados en el foro de CVA
  5. Gemini Talon is a 0% tax rate PVP/PVE organisation based in Providence (we have no Hi-sec or Alt corp interests elsewhere except for the purpose of hauling) Practicing NRDS across ALL of New Eden. Corp Ethos - Aiming for relaxed, no fuss atmosphere but with an understanding there is some expectation. Encouraging a selfless, altruistic, considerate and enterprising approach to corp and alliance life. Language - English (English doesn't have to be your 1st or 2nd language, but is needed) Timezone - Mostly European Evening, interested in broadening the AUTZ member base Predominantly not new player centric however as long as there is motivation and a certain amount of self drive, the corp will help get you to where you need to be. Rule 1 - Everyone PVP's, for the Corp, Alliance and Coalition Rule 2 - Fly doctrine (as soon as you can) Rule 3 - Maintain activity but not at expense of RL We are looking to expand our mining & PVP capability. If you are interested in joining please Mail Chotar and Marcus Davidius Dethahal, join GEM-T DISCORD and in game you can try Gem-T Public
  6. Great to hear you guys are still enjoying the game RL can be a bitch sometimes but Eve is in our hearts so Fly dangerous mates Providence is a myth, a legacy, 7th wonder, everything we hold dear, more than Eve. It is known. Eve when ppl leave provibloc, they come here for good fights. We are a pack, in good times and bad.
  7. So we formed from kheram a small Nightmare fleet with 4 nms and 2 orcales 2 scimis and a few suports. The fleet was formed by EX PTB members and some aditional friends to celebrate the fcs bday(Fardendur) We moved up to 9uy and rogue decided to be a pro D. pilot warp too 0 on 49gc gate and see us slowboating out of his range and stood there with his big D. in hand and watch us kill some random ships on the field. https://zkillboard.com/related/30003707/201809222000/ After waiting for a few mins and trying to get a fight we warped zq to get u guys to engage us. Again we get Rogue with his big D. and yet again we move out of his range so he can stay there and have his big D. in his hand and watch us geting some nice action. The cd pilots gave us 2 bs kills with an amazing boosh than a bad call for a warp in to a cerb gave us cho and eqs kills. After some dancing we decided to leave since we werent geting a fight head on. I hoped we would get droped on the way out but nothing hapened. https://zkillboard.com/related/30001226/201809222100/ Thanks for forming for my bday and i hope all of you are doing well and having fun in this game. I just came back after a long brake and decided to do this b day roam and will be doing more in the future. In hopes of good fights, yours trully Fardendur the tater farmer.
  8. How to survive Providence - A quick Rundown Introduction As you might already know, Providence is a region close to Highsec and mostly inhabited by alliances and corporations operating under the rules of NRDS. It has a very long history in EVE Online and is considered to be a great place to get first Nullsec experiences in hard mode. Some people would deny it, but the truth is: If you learn to survive in Providence, you are ready for all other Nullsec areas. New people are always welcome as long as they follow the rules. But on the other hand, to be honest, Providence is also a very bad place if you prefer to play the game very casually or in easy mode (read: not wanting to pay too much attention). Preparations Your new Home First you have to decide where you want to settle for any PvE centric activities. You have to make a wise decision, not only based on the number of existing structures, belts or sites, but also based on your local neighbors amount of traffic PvP activities Personally I highly recommend settling somewhere, where people of your own time zone live and where it is quiet. Minimum Equipment The equipment you need highly depends on your preferred gameplay, of course. While you can buy most essential items on the local market, more specialized equipment is quite rare. It is common sense that you make your in-game life much easier by having at least: 1x Interceptor (for travelling) 1x Blockade Runner 1x Exploration Frigate (for scanning wormholes in all neighboring systems before undocking with your mining fleet) Nx PvP ships, enabling you to escalate vertically (from frigates to battleships) Adjust your Equipment and Playstyle It is highly recommended to heavily adjust your equipment and playstyle for your life here. Agility and invisibility is king, whenever you are all by yourself. You will face situations where you jump into a bubble, get targeted by Interceptors and so on. To avoid heavy losses you should gather knowledge about the following mechanics: Targeting https://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Targeting Server Ticks https://imperium.news/understanding-eve-online-server-tick/ Align Time https://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Instant_align Creating Safe Spots and Tactical Pings https://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Safe_spots Using webbing for slow, but PRE-ALIGNED ships https://www.reddit.com/r/Eve/comments/szp5p/the_freighter_webbing_trick/ Use T1 rigs over T2 rigs because of financial reasons. Make extensive use of tactical pings. Try to decrease your align time, whenever it makes sense. Intel Getting Intel People share information about hostile activities in intel channels. The region wide intel channel is called The Citadel (in-game “TheCitadel”). While all major corporations and alliances have access to this channel, smaller entities and individuals are left out on purpose to minimize the risk of counter intel. Their only chance to get some sort of intel is by getting access to one of the separate intel channels, which exist for each pocket. Ask around if you need access. There are 3rd party tools which makes your in-game life much easier by monitoring those channels and giving sound alarms. One of the best is called MIP . Get it! Giving proper intel Naming “reds” in intel is good. Every neighbor will be grateful for your contribution. But people will not form a defense fleet with no information about the enemy’s fleet composition. So try to name ship types by giving a proper Dscan . How to check Hostility w/o engaging Sometimes hostiles show up in your system, which either have neutral standings to you or were not reported before. Most of the time these neuts are in NPC corps. Always double check neutrals in new player corps or NPC corps, because there is always a chance that someone fucked up (communication officer or other players who did not file a KOS request) or that these hostile players recently switched to a new player corp. Get safe first (yes, always) Use the official KOS checker If in NPC corp: Use KOS checker on previous corp/alliance: Was the previous corp/alliance KOS? -> Red by last (RBL) Check the pilot’s killboard: Who are his mates? What is his PvP behavior? Check his current ship, if possible: a 2-month-old neutral pilot does not fly a bomber, strategic cruiser or prospect for PvE purposes in Providence. If in player corp: Check the pilot’s killboard: Did he engage someone in Providence? Who are his mates? Socialize! It is strongly advised to join a corporation which is part of one of the Bloc alliances. You will get access to structures, industry, ore/PI buyback programs, proper intel and larger PvP fleets. Your corporation and the whole bloc will benefit from any PvE activities, no matter if you do ratting, mining or PI. It is fun to hang out together with your corp mates on comms during a mining sessions and to switch to PvP ships to defend against hostiles! And, hey, there are no pap links! Further Notes It is highly recommended to have multiple Omega accounts to set up your own safety net by spreading out your own scouts or keeping PvP pilots on stand-by. Also, always be in a standing fleet of your corp/alliance, so people can warp to you easily to help you in emergency situations. You will require a certain degree of will to learn and resilience if you want to survive in Providence. Strangers will try to tell you it is not worth the effort. They will tell you that people are totally selfish or uptight here. All I can say is: Make your own experience. There are plenty of good guys, even when the tone can get rough sometimes. But if you are no longer a child, you should be used to it anyway. So don't lose motivation!
  9. POCT need more PvP pilots... cos we all seem to be caring about the bear population
  10. Hey all! it's been awhile since I played so i'm a bit rusty. A lot of new fittings to learn. I am a PVP only pilot. I don't do Indy or missions. Solely PVP. Been playing since beta. Current Pilot i'm using is Soljisk from '06. Looking for lots of action PVP style. Oh and I'm from America. Oregon to be precise.
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