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Det Mallore


DED
Posted - 2010.01.15 11:13:00 - [1]
 

CONCORD Outer Region Political Summary (CORPS) Briefing

>>DED CORPS BRIEFING Y111.12.10/Y112.01.15
>>TO: MEMBER NATIONS CONCORD ASSEMBLY DED WATCH COMMANDERS
>>STATUS: DECLASSIFIED
>>APPROVED FOR RELEASE
>>BEGIN

Updates

The past month has quite literally seen the outer regions of New Eden catch fire as several military campaigns began within days of each other in the first week of the new year. The final weeks of December saw null-sec diplomatic machinations reach a fever pitch as old allies formerly broke off ties and new political coalitions emerged to take advantage of the chaos.

Chief among these has been the seemingly unstoppable march of IT Alliance across the Fountain region. Internal issues in Pandemic Legion ally Sons of Tangra alliance led to sovereignty going neutral in the strategic outpost system of Y-2ANO. The morning of 3 January saw over 1300 capsuleers fighting for control of the system, with elements of Goonswarm, the Northern Coalition and Against ALL Authorities present, among others.

The battle ended heavily in IT and their allies favor, with over forty Goonswarm and Pandemic Legion capital ships destroyed. Most telling was the loss of four Pandemic Legion Titan-class ships. To put the scale of this battle in its proper perspective, it should be noted no less than fifteen IT Alliance Titans were accounted for on the battlefield alongside hundreds of other allied and enemy capital ships. While these numbers make any official report nearly fruitless, it can be estimated that both the loss of life and financial impact of this battle easily exceed any previously recorded in the history of New Eden.

The fall of Y-2ANO signaled the effective end of organized resistance in Fountain. IT Alliance now holds 10 outposts in the region and is currently taking control of all the region's lucrative moon mining locations. Additionally, reports coming in just last night indicate that IT has started to move into the Delve region with the intent of removing Goonswarm.

In the southeast, the Catch region has seen several battles as a territorial dispute has long-time neighbors Against ALL Authorities [AAA] and Curatores Veritatis Alliance [CVA] clashing repeatedly. CVA ally, Libertas Fidelitas Alliance, began dropping sovereignty claim markers in Catch just over a week ago in four strategic systems near the AAA-held gateway system of HED-GP. What started seemingly as a simple probing attack has now escalated into a full scale border war, with both sides calling in allies to bolster their already not-insignificant numbers.

AAA's efforts to counter attack have thus far focused on the system of SV5-8N, which was wrested back to AAA control just yesterday. With three more Catch systems still under Libertas Fidelitas control, it seems unlikely that this conflict will cease anytime soon. Public statements from CVA and their allies have been vague in terms of their actual territorial ambitions but very specific about AAA's friendly relationship with longtime CVA nemesis Ushra'Khan. Speculation is rampant as to what the long-term effects of the CVA-led incursion into what has traditionally been acknowledged as AAA space will be.

Catch is not the only area of space that has AAA's attention. Along with allies Systematic Chaos, C0ven and Ushra'Khan, AAA has begun an invasion of Querious starting with an attempt to take 49-U6U from Goonswarm. Fighting in the system has been very heavy but control of the system still remains firmly in Goonswarm's hands. It remains to be seen what effect IT Alliance's incursions into Delve and the CVA incursions into Catch will have on this particular front with respect to both Goons and AAA's commitment.

Det Mallore


DED
Posted - 2010.01.15 11:13:00 - [2]
 

The northern region of Geminate continues to be a source of conflict as an invasion force led by Atlas Alliance and Solar Fleet. While Geminate's primary sovereignty holder is Wildly Inappropriate Alliance, they have seen massive backing from both Razor Alliance and Morsus Mihi of the Northern Coalition and neighbors Majesta Empire. Until recently, Goonswarm had also made appearances to assist against the invaders.

The primary focus of Atlas and Solar Fleet has been to gain a foothold in the region by attempting to take the outpost in Y8R-XZ. After nearly three weeks of fighting this was accomplished on the 9th of January, with Solar Fleet taking sovereignty of the system. Atlas and Solar Fleet's next move seems to be attempting to expand their beachhead in Geminate by taking the adjacent outpost system of 04-LQM.

Pure Blind, which has been the home of Mostly Harmless alliance for most of the past year has come under siege from a large coalition of alliances. Triumvirate, Evoke, Red Overlord, Cry Havoc, The Initiative and Circle of Two are the primary offensive arm of the invading forces. Mostly Harmless has seen heavy reinforcement on numerous occasions from the Northern Coalition but their headquarters station of P-2TTL finally fell into the hands of The Initiative. Mostly Harmless now only controls one of the four outposts in the region but fighting now seems to be focused on the 40+ valuable moons in the region.

>> END

>> OUTPOST REPORT FOLLOWS

Det Mallore


DED
Posted - 2010.01.15 11:14:00 - [3]
 

Capsuleer Outpost Construction Report

12 Dec 2009 - Tenal / J1-KJP / RAZOR Alliance / Factory

13 Dec 2009 - Providence / XHQ-7V / Sev3rance / Factory

20 Dec 2009 - Providence / TU-O0T / Sev3rance / Administrative

23 Dec 2009 - Tenal HB-FSO / RAZOR Alliance / Factory

24 Dec 2009 - Esoteria / J-RVGD / Systematic-Chaos / Factory

24 Dec 2009 - Esoteria / D-PNP9 / Systematic-Chaos / Factory

27 Dec 2009 - Providence / 9-F0B2 / Fidelas Constans / Service

28 Dec 2009 - Pure Blind / D2-HOS / Cry Havoc / Service

02 Jan 2010 - Scalding Pass / 4-CM8I / Primary / Service

11 Jan 2010 - Vale of the Silent / B-588R / Majesta Empire / Factory

Jakiin
Amarr
Khanid Provincial Vanguard
Posted - 2010.01.15 23:13:00 - [4]
 

Oh the glorious march...

Savasaan Todaro
Caldari
Black Lotus Heavy Industries
Ethereal Dawn
Posted - 2010.01.16 06:08:00 - [5]
 

The war continues. The good thing about this is that my corporation is making a killing selling ships.

5n4keyes
Sacred Templars
RED.OverLord
Posted - 2010.01.19 01:08:00 - [6]
 

28 Dec 2009 - Pure Blind / D2-HOS / Cry Havoc / Service


This is incorrect, it was built by, Violent Society, and taken by Cry Havoc around 10 days after.

Dregek
Brutor Tribe
Posted - 2010.01.19 01:31:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: 5n4keyes
28 Dec 2009 - Pure Blind / D2-HOS / Cry Havoc / Service


This is incorrect, it was built by, Violent Society, and taken by Cry Havoc around 10 days after.


Yes the noobs dropped a station in a region with no blues and 2 alliance fighting for it lol

oh and hai snake o/

Skittnator
Caldari
Fairlight Corp
Rooks and Kings
Posted - 2010.01.19 02:54:00 - [8]
 

IT says to Goonswarm and PL >> "All ur Fountain and Delve r belongz to us?"Razz

Tracy Panavia
Posted - 2010.01.19 12:54:00 - [9]
 

If they kick the goons into shape, who cares? Twisted Evil

Fyrr Deerdan
Caldari
Epsilon Lyr
BPLAN
Posted - 2010.01.19 14:36:00 - [10]
 

Go NC go !! =D

Thanks for the report, DED !

Darth Bobo
Debauchery inc
Posted - 2010.01.19 20:09:00 - [11]
 

It is sooooo nice to see the NC and PL and the failswarm finally getting their asses handed to them! GO GUYS GO, KILL THE NC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Killatari jr
Posted - 2010.01.20 02:08:00 - [12]
 

Nemo Me Impune Laccesit......Everyone was sooo happy when BOB was betrayed...thought it was fitting...There was NO honor in how it went down. If BOB had been invaded and lost Delve war II...then no problem. But this imho is fitting....it goes to show that Sir Molle and crew while hated by many in the past...are never the less the less worthy opponents and not an alliance with which to trifle. I say good for them...take Delve back in its entirety.


Tracy Panavia
Posted - 2010.01.20 13:01:00 - [13]
 

As it currently stands, which alliances operate on a NRDS basis?

Sinistrus Fatalis
Posted - 2010.01.20 15:16:00 - [14]
 

I love how, conveniently, they forgot to mention that the y8r foothold was gained due to an exploit/bug. And how the server has been screwed up since the dominion was deployed.

If they want to give the real report on what's going on out there they should talk about nodes crashing every fleet battle, grids not loading, and gm's giving their cookie cutter response of we know something's messed up, we're looking into it, but for now you're just screwed!

Anna Kommenos
Posted - 2010.01.20 19:58:00 - [15]
 

Originally by: Killatari jr
Nemo Me Impune Laccesit......Everyone was sooo happy when BOB was betrayed...thought it was fitting...There was NO honor in how it went down. If BOB had been invaded and lost Delve war II...then no problem. But this imho is fitting....it goes to show that Sir Molle and crew while hated by many in the past...are never the less the less worthy opponents and not an alliance with which to trifle. I say good for them...take Delve back in its entirety.




nice way to impune scotland by misappopriating its motto for bob, who are far from honourable, and got exactly what they deserved, ironic justice is far more fitting for an alliance such as bob than what your (irrelevant) sense of "honor" dictates. typically a "worthy" opponent is one who is an equal in an honourable fight, which bob has never (in either iteration) taken part in, as such your assertion is irrelevant.

i do however agree with the spirit of the comment; i havent had the pleasure of shooting bob since the MAX campaign, and have missed being able to do so...so bring it on IT, i love game content...

CONCORD OOC censor applied. Zymurgist

Anna Kommenos
Posted - 2010.01.23 14:07:00 - [16]
 

Edited by: Anna Kommenos on 24/02/2010 19:32:54
*edit*

the post i replied to has been deleted, this posts content is now irrelevant.Twisted Evil

Valentcia
Amarr
Posted - 2010.01.27 14:19:00 - [17]
 

Edited by: Valentcia on 27/01/2010 14:25:55
There are people who hate the goons and people who hate bob. As thus you can't really read anything in here and trust that it isn't somewhat biased.

Nonetheless. No matter who they are, no matter whether you like them on not, no matter their history. One can agree that taking on an enemy head on at full strength is somewhat more admirable than taking on a weakened within enemy in chaos.

FYI I am niether a fan of the goons, IT alliance, or the late bob. I have never even part-taken in 0.0, let alone been on the receiving end of an attack from either of the above mentioned alliances.


and I doubt he was serious about accusing you of being a goons alt.. I think he was pointing out how pathetic your accusation was. You have helped him in pointing out how pathetic the accusation is imo.

Alphus Drogari
Posted - 2010.01.27 17:26:00 - [18]
 

What if you just hate them both?

Power blocs don't make the game any more fun :P

Kyra Revan
Posted - 2010.01.27 19:40:00 - [19]
 

Oh yes they does, everyone love to hate the power blocs, what would star wars have been without the empire:-)

Peculiar Rage
Posted - 2010.01.28 01:43:00 - [20]
 

Concerning Y-2,grid never loading multiple server crashes and general fail on CCP's early push to get failminion out then yes IT stomped goon and their friends. By the way over 800 people still waiting on kill mails from that "fight".

Drilla
Yet Another Mining Corp
Posted - 2010.01.28 04:33:00 - [21]
 

Actually it's the circle of life. I'm really happy to see that Goons be squashed by game mechanics and bad server lag - this was how they won over Lotka Volterra back then. Only by deliberately crashing nodes (pre enforcable nodes), they were able to enter LV space and win.

So a taste of your own medicine Laughing

Lusulpher
Gallente
Posted - 2010.01.29 01:42:00 - [22]
 

Edited by: Lusulpher on 29/01/2010 01:42:53
Originally by: Drilla
Actually it's the circle of life. I'm really happy to see that Goons be squashed by game mechanics and bad server lag - this was how they won over Lotka Volterra back then. Only by deliberately crashing nodes (pre enforcable nodes), they were able to enter LV space and win.

So a taste of your own medicine Laughing


Got a screen shot from a Recon pilot from that fight...the Goons were spamming Local, and then node---dead. That's a bad move with about 10 Titans duking it out at point blank ranges

That literally had:
"We was sphamming Lokul HARD. We pwnzors our jumpin grid. What Hell?! Ohnoes!!" : written ALL over it.Twisted Evil

That pic is now a part of my desktop slideshow. Poetic Justice.

And I've seen them lose a 2-1 in THEIR favour vs a BoB fleet. Lag might actually be mercy in disguise...


Venomire
GoonWaffe
SOLODRAKBANSOLODRAKBANSO
Posted - 2010.01.31 08:33:00 - [23]
 

Heh, oops.


 

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