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Posted - 2005.01.18 13:17:00 - [1]

Three days ago, Joshua Foiritain received the first privately owned Federation Navy Comet from his contact at Roden Shipyards. Junnader Crucarne of the Shipyards stated that he was pleased to be able to offer the ship to such a loyal and hardworking freelancer.

Was this just made up for the storyline, If not then I don't understand how he would get such an offer, He only has 0.48 with Roden Shipyards. How is this possible?

Danton Marcellus
Nebula Rasa Holdings
Posted - 2005.01.18 13:35:00 - [2]

Edited by: Danton Marcellus on 18/01/2005 13:36:18
Another lottery based feature?

Or he just doesn't have any social skills to speak of just a lot of grit & dedication.

Posted - 2005.01.18 13:36:00 - [3]

He did agent missions over and over until he had 100k LP (me thinks) then he got offered a Comet from his agent and he took it

simple as that

Cutting Edge Incorporated
RAZOR Alliance
Posted - 2005.01.18 13:38:00 - [4]

The ship is RP-wise made by Roden Shipyards, but you can get it by doing agent missions for any gallente corp.

Joshua Foiritain
Coreli Corporation
Posted - 2005.01.18 13:43:00 - [5]

Quite simple, Level 4 missions are "Group Missions".
Atleast, thats what CCP claims. They havent bothered adding some form of group mission system where all group members get Standing/Loyalty points.

I also have 2 accounts, my other one is older and had a 4.0 standing when level 4 agent came out. So that account was doing the accepting of missions.

I always use this account on the forums and with roleplaying stuff. Mainly because this account has a name where the other one has a nickname, which doesnt look coolio at all in the storyline... (He also has a -1.8 Sec status anbd a bounty)

My other account has a 8.87 Standing with Roden Shipyards btw.

Posted - 2005.01.18 13:48:00 - [6]

Edited by: Gadjet on 18/01/2005 13:51:00
Very Happy

Posted - 2005.01.18 13:50:00 - [7]

ah.. I understand now.. thanks Laughing


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