Star Trek Online is now available on Steam! To celebrate, Stephen welcomes our n…

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Star Trek Online is now available on Steam! To celebrate, Stephen welcomes our newest players in Dev Diary #16 of the Season 5 News Dev Blog series.


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A Federation Starter Pack can now be found in the C-Store.

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A Federation Starter Pack can now be found in the C-Store.


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Fanfest Early Bird Tickets end today. http://fanfest.eveonline.com Come join us…

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Fanfest Early Bird Tickets end today. http://fanfest.eveonline.com/

Come join us in an epic new venue in downtown Reykjavik for first looks at EVE's summer expansion , Pub Crawls, hanging out with your fellow pilots, panels round tables, tournaments, community events, DUST hands on demo, the always epic party at the top of the world and everything else I couldn't fit into this Facebook text box.

March 22-24.
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Capsuleer Outer Region Political Summary

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YC 113.11.01 - YC 113.11.30


Further fighting in Delve this month saw the Goonswarm Federation alliance capture several more stations, taking five from Brick Squad. Morsus Mihi and Brick Squad seem to be drawing their attempt to take hold of parts of Delve to a close, with their activity in the region being far lower than in previous months. Goonswarm scored 1,790 kills through the month, with Delve seeing 15,272 capsuleer vessel losses. Whilst lower than previous months, this level is high in comparison to the average of the past few years.

One notable event this month was a declaration of war by TEST Alliance against the capsuleer Chribba, whose corporation owned an outpost in the 9UY4-H solar system in the Providence region. Whilst several capsuleer organisations friendly to Chribba stated their displeasure at this move, no substantial defence of the system was made with only 422 ships being destroyed in the system during November, not all that much higher than the monthly average for January to October this year of 264. The outpost was successfully captured by TEST Alliance in the early hours of the 23rd of the Month, 13 days after the initial declaration.

Whilst the majority of ship losses in null security space are to other capsuleers, substantial numbers of losses are to non-capsuleer pilots such as the Guristas and other pirate factions. The variation in the ratio of losses to capsuleers to non capsuleers is substantial. The top five and bottom five null security regions in terms of this ratio are:

Tribute

32.91

Pure Blind

27.01

Syndicate

23.88

Great Wildlands

23.04

Curse

21.82

Perrigen Falls

3.22

Tenal

3.18

The Spire

1.87

Outer Passage

1.80

Malpais

1.65


So whilst for every loss to non-capsuleers in Tribute there were 32.91 losses to capsuleers, Malpais seems comparatively safe.

Statistics for November:
Supercapitals destroyed: 2 titans, 18 supercarriers
Supercapitals built: 41 titans, 94 supercarriers
Outposts built: 12

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YC 113.11.01 - YC 113.11.30


Further fighting in Delve this month saw the Goonswarm Federation alliance capture several more stations, taking five from Brick Squad. Morsus Mihi and Brick Squad seem to be drawing their attempt to take hold of parts of Delve to a close, with their activity in the region being far lower than in previous months. Goonswarm scored 1,790 kills through the month, with Delve seeing 15,272 capsuleer vessel losses. Whilst lower than previous months, this level is high in comparison to the average of the past few years.

One notable event this month was a declaration of war by TEST Alliance against the capsuleer Chribba, whose corporation owned an outpost in the 9UY4-H solar system in the Providence region. Whilst several capsuleer organisations friendly to Chribba stated their displeasure at this move, no substantial defence of the system was made with only 422 ships being destroyed in the system during November, not all that much higher than the monthly average for January to October this year of 264. The outpost was successfully captured by TEST Alliance in the early hours of the 23rd of the Month, 13 days after the initial declaration.

Whilst the majority of ship losses in null security space are to other capsuleers, substantial numbers of losses are to non-capsuleer pilots such as the Guristas and other pirate factions. The variation in the ratio of losses to capsuleers to non capsuleers is substantial. The top five and bottom five null security regions in terms of this ratio are:

Tribute

32.91

Pure Blind

27.01

Syndicate

23.88

Great Wildlands

23.04

Curse

21.82

Perrigen Falls

3.22

Tenal

3.18

The Spire

1.87

Outer Passage

1.80

Malpais

1.65


So whilst for every loss to non-capsuleers in Tribute there were 32.91 losses to capsuleers, Malpais seems comparatively safe.

Statistics for November:
Supercapitals destroyed: 2 titans, 18 supercarriers
Supercapitals built: 41 titans, 94 supercarriers
Outposts built: 12

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YC 113.10.01 – YC 113.10.31

The situation this month was similar to September; whilst most sovereignty warfare occurred in the Catch region, Delve saw the highest level of ship losses. In Catch, further stations were lost by Against All Authorities (AAA) and their allies to the attackers, though AAA were able to re-secure multiple systems  after losing them, namely N-8BZ6, YHN-3K and AOK-WQ.

Fighting in Delve has reached new heights, with 20,678 capsuleer vessels destroyed there this month. This is the highest level of conflict within Delve since the famous disbanding of the "Band of Brothers" alliance and the subsequent war for the region in February 2009, which saw an incredible 34,840 kills.

The capsuleer alliance Goonswarm Federation this month embarked on a new campaign with a significant twist. This campaign is primarily aimed at disrupting any attempts to mine the ice products needed to maintain Gallente starbases. This has involved going into combat with police forces within empire borders, with CONCORD being forced to ensure that almost 4,000 vessels could not cause any further harm to innocent capsuleers.

Whilst DED has reported on various statistics regarding the extremes of combat levels, several requests have been received for some information on the opposite; where is the least hostile? This month, we are declassifying the numbers for the total losses for null security regions with the lowest numbers of losses since the beginning of YC110. The five regions with the lowest numbers of recorded losses are:

The Spire

10,509

Malpais

12,476

Outer Passage

15,793

Tenal

16,230

Paragon Soul

17,809

Statistics for October:
Supercapitals destroyed: 9 titans, 18 supercarriers
Supercapitals built: 33 titans, 93 supercarriers
Outposts built: 29

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YC 113.10.01 – YC 113.10.31

The situation this month was similar to September; whilst most sovereignty warfare occurred in the Catch region, Delve saw the highest level of ship losses. In Catch, further stations were lost by Against All Authorities (AAA) and their allies to the attackers, though AAA were able to re-secure multiple systems  after losing them, namely N-8BZ6, YHN-3K and AOK-WQ.

Fighting in Delve has reached new heights, with 20,678 capsuleer vessels destroyed there this month. This is the highest level of conflict within Delve since the famous disbanding of the "Band of Brothers" alliance and the subsequent war for the region in February 2009, which saw an incredible 34,840 kills.

The capsuleer alliance Goonswarm Federation this month embarked on a new campaign with a significant twist. This campaign is primarily aimed at disrupting any attempts to mine the ice products needed to maintain Gallente starbases. This has involved going into combat with police forces within empire borders, with CONCORD being forced to ensure that almost 4,000 vessels could not cause any further harm to innocent capsuleers.

Whilst DED has reported on various statistics regarding the extremes of combat levels, several requests have been received for some information on the opposite; where is the least hostile? This month, we are declassifying the numbers for the total losses for null security regions with the lowest numbers of losses since the beginning of YC110. The five regions with the lowest numbers of recorded losses are:

The Spire

10,509

Malpais

12,476

Outer Passage

15,793

Tenal

16,230

Paragon Soul

17,809

Statistics for October:
Supercapitals destroyed: 9 titans, 18 supercarriers
Supercapitals built: 33 titans, 93 supercarriers
Outposts built: 29

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YC 113.09.01 - YC 113.09.30

September saw continued pressure from White Noise, Red Alliance and their allies being put on Against All Authorities (AAA). AAA lost several stations, with a total of 16 stations falling to the attackers this month. Despite the amount of territory exchanging hands, the number of capsuleer ships being destroyed in the process was relatively low, totalling only 8,765 for the month compared to 19,420 in August.

Delve however has regained the top spot that it had held for several months prior to August, coming in at 17,733 ship losses there this month. Whilst the main alliances involved continued to be Morsus Mihi and Brick Squad, both TEST Alliance and Goonswarm also moved in to take part in the ongoing near free-for-all.

Morsus Mihi and RED.Overlord both lost substantial holdings within Delve, Morsus Mihi to Goonswarm and RED.Overlord to The Polaris Syndicate. With such flipping of sovereignty on-going, it's hard to see any stability in the near future for Delve.

This month, DED is declassifying it's records for the numbers of alliance capsuleer vessels that CONCORD have been forced to destroy due to various crimes, mainly due to opening fire on an innocent pilot within high security space. The following five alliances committed the most violations of the law:

GoonSwarm

5,051

Test Alliance Please Ignore

2,947

Against ALL Authorities

1,217

B A N E

1,187

Goonswarm Federation

1,027

Statistics for September:
Supercapitals destroyed: 4 titans, 27 supercarriers
Supercapitals built: 23 titans, 109 supercarriers
Outposts built: 14

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Capsuleer Outer Region Political Summary

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YC 113.09.01 - YC 113.09.30

September saw continued pressure from White Noise, Red Alliance and their allies being put on Against All Authorities (AAA). AAA lost several stations, with a total of 16 stations falling to the attackers this month. Despite the amount of territory exchanging hands, the number of capsuleer ships being destroyed in the process was relatively low, totalling only 8,765 for the month compared to 19,420 in August.

Delve however has regained the top spot that it had held for several months prior to August, coming in at 17,733 ship losses there this month. Whilst the main alliances involved continued to be Morsus Mihi and Brick Squad, both TEST Alliance and Goonswarm also moved in to take part in the ongoing near free-for-all.

Morsus Mihi and RED.Overlord both lost substantial holdings within Delve, Morsus Mihi to Goonswarm and RED.Overlord to The Polaris Syndicate. With such flipping of sovereignty on-going, it's hard to see any stability in the near future for Delve.

This month, DED is declassifying it's records for the numbers of alliance capsuleer vessels that CONCORD have been forced to destroy due to various crimes, mainly due to opening fire on an innocent pilot within high security space. The following five alliances committed the most violations of the law:

GoonSwarm

5,051

Test Alliance Please Ignore

2,947

Against ALL Authorities

1,217

B A N E

1,187

Goonswarm Federation

1,027

Statistics for September:
Supercapitals destroyed: 4 titans, 27 supercarriers
Supercapitals built: 23 titans, 109 supercarriers
Outposts built: 14

EVE January 31st 2012