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Grey Operations
Name Grey Operations
Ticker GR0P
Alliance -
Ceo exspo94 Grey
Members 20
URL -
Tax Rate 0%
corporationID 98413129

Members [20]

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Recruitment
CEO: exspo94 Grey
Xo:
Channel: GROP Recruitment


Be able to afford a loss

* Never fly something (or with something in the cargo) you can't afford to lose. Yes, not even in highsec. Meaning that you should not fly a ship you cannot afford to replace and refit.

Consent to PvP

* You consent to PvP when you click "undock".
* You are not safe in 1.0 security space. CONCORD is there to punish, not to protect. Get used to the idea.
* In most cases, the only way to be 100% safe from aggression inside the game is to be docked in a station. Being cloaked in a secret safespot could work too.

Everyone can scam - and so can you

* Never grant corporation rights to stuff you can't afford to lose either. No exceptions.
* People offering free stuff? Probably traps. Be cautious.
* Free stuff usually isn't. Not even minerals you mine yourself.
* If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Paranoia pays off here. Double-check everything.
* Scamming and unethical behavior some would consider griefing is not only allowed, it is encouraged and rewarded by the game mechanics.
* Harassment or real-life threats are not ok, and you can get a shiny ban for them. Learn the difference.

Experience matters, not ISK or Skills

* Just because some character is just a few minutes old doesn't mean he's a newbie. Many people have alts. The reverse is also possible, people come back after very long breaks, and characters are sold. You could see year-old newbies around too.
* Skills that take less than 1 day to train are short skills. Over one week is long.
* You're in this game for the long haul. Don't expect to do something meaningful in the grand scheme of things in the first day of your first trial account ever.
* All other things being equal (experience, skills), superior numbers more often win a fight rather than superior ship value. However, things are hardly ever equal.
* Total skillpoints count doesn't matter much either, it's level of relevant skills to the current situation that does. Yes, that does mean a 2 mil SP combat-oriented newbie could badly beat up a 60 mil SP industry-oriented veteran.

Bigger is not always better

* More expensive stuff is not always better stuff.
* Slightly better stuff usually costs many times more than slightly worse stuff. Choose wisely.
* Tech-2 is usually cheaper and better, but harder to fit. Sometimes it's not better. Other times it's not cheaper. And occasionally, neither cheaper nor better.
* There are no "solopwnmobiles" in EVE. Everything you can fly blows up if it's shot hard enough.
* With enough skills and experience, ship size really doesn't matter all that much.

Use the in-game info

* Show Info and Variants->Compare are your best friends. Use it on all stuff you can.
* Always check your ship insurance before you undock. If it's a T2 ship however... not that important.

Unfair circumstances?

* There is no such thing as "a fair fight" or "an unfair fight". There's only a fight. Circumstances are irrelevant.
* Just because you can fly something doesn't mean you should.

You will lose stuff, don't worry!

* If you PvP long enough, you will lose your ship. It's only a matter of where and when.
* If you logoff in space without a PvP timer, you're only safe after 1 minutes... and then only until you log back in. If you logoff with a PvP timer, it's at least 15 minutes. Bottom line, once a

Sovereignty systems [0]

The corporation doesn't hold any systems.
Last Update: 2018-10-21 21:11:02
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