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Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.07 17:05:00 - [1]
 

Edited by: Calmir Zin on 07/05/2011 17:07:27
Greetings!

I have an *extremely rare* C2 Wormhole for sale: J104820

This system has the following 3 statics:

- Hisec (B274)
- C2 (D382)
- C4 (Y683)

This gives you ready access to hisec for all your shopping and trading requirements, and immediate daily access to both C2 and C4 sites. This rare combo means big ISK and the K-Space markets on your doorstep. Too easy eh? Wink

I'm not certain what ISK value can be placed on owning a system like this. I do know they are very rare, and people hardly ever give them up.

>>> Sale Rules <<<

- Offers in excess of 1 billion ISK considered
- Sale by 3rd party at my expense (with the trusted Wirox Crotius)

I am likely to take the first reasonable offer, depsite the obvious potential to sell for stupid amounts.

Please make me an offer here or in-game via eve mail to do business.

- Many Thanks -

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.08 08:09:00 - [2]
 

Still available.

Yves Online
Posted - 2011.05.08 18:43:00 - [3]
 

i can offer 400mil

Shrek Thrip
Posted - 2011.05.08 18:55:00 - [4]
 

please link what wh mapper is showing it containing 3 statics?

staticmapper is only showing a hi sec and c4

Planet On
Posted - 2011.05.08 19:04:00 - [5]
 

an empty class 2 wh with static class 4 or 5 are very easy to find. give it 1 days of probing and you'll find 2 or 3

YUMAD BRO
Posted - 2011.05.08 19:29:00 - [6]
 

not much PI in there either...this is worth maybe 200-300m MAX...good luck nub.

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.09 11:29:00 - [7]
 

Edited by: Calmir Zin on 09/05/2011 11:29:19
Originally by: Planet On
an empty class 2 wh with static class 4 or 5 are very easy to find. give it 1 days of probing and you'll find 2 or 3


Hi Planet, there are of course many C2s in wormhole space, but very few with 3 statics, of those few at least 90% will be occupied.

For these reasons, this must therefore be classed as an 'extremely rare' (and indcredibly desirable) wormhole. Instant hisec access, combined with C2 and C4 sites 'on tap' is a very unique set up.

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.09 11:32:00 - [8]
 

Originally by: YUMAD BRO
not much PI in there either...this is worth maybe 200-300m MAX...good luck nub.


Yumad, you know very little of wormhole real estate if you think this wormhole is only worth 300m max. I would therefore point out that it appears you are in fact 'the noob' Laughing

DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf
Amarr
Posted - 2011.05.09 12:00:00 - [9]
 

Overpricing noob who doesn't know to show his locus sig.

KalaaZero
Posted - 2011.05.09 12:16:00 - [10]
 

Edited by: KalaaZero on 09/05/2011 12:17:34
I see Highsec and C4 Static There is no C2

coolio Audeles
Posted - 2011.05.09 12:18:00 - [11]
 

it seems YOU do not know much about wormholes, this wormhole does not have 3 statics. it has **** PI aswell..

As stated above worth 200mil max

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.09 12:22:00 - [12]
 

Edited by: Calmir Zin on 09/05/2011 12:22:45
Originally by: DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf
Overpricing noob who doesn't know to show his locus sig.


DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf, please try to use your eyes to read my post and you will see the locus.

Then I suggest engaging that pea inside your head you call a brain before commenting.

Many Thanks

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.09 12:26:00 - [13]
 

Originally by: KalaaZero
Edited by: KalaaZero on 09/05/2011 12:17:34
I see Highsec and C4 Static There is no C2


KalaaZero, please also read my post and you will notice I have listed 3 statics. Staticmapper only lists 2 of those. For those who do not know, staticmapper is a wonderful resource but it does have many ommisions and inaccuracies.

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.09 12:31:00 - [14]
 

Originally by: coolio Audeles
it seems YOU do not know much about wormholes, this wormhole does not have 3 statics. it has **** PI aswell..

As stated above worth 200mil max


Audeles, this wormhole does have 3 statics (as previously stated repeatedly if you could read). It does not have PI to make all POS fuel. I have not stated that it does. What you do have is a hisec 24/7, so hauling a little extra with the usual Liquid Ozone, Heavy Water and Isotopes is no biggy.

Please let me point out guys that what you 'think' this wormhole is worth is of no consequence. The wormhole will sell comfortably for the price listed. Period.

DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf
Amarr
Posted - 2011.05.09 12:50:00 - [15]
 

Edited by: DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf on 09/05/2011 12:52:24
Edited by: DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf on 09/05/2011 12:50:54
Edited by: DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf on 09/05/2011 12:50:27
http://eveeye.com/ips.asp?opt=48NVM&system=J104820 static mapper and eveeye wrong? omg!!! it is a conspiracy!

Also to anyone considering of getting scammed this badly I will say this much: far more productive wormhole systems go for 200-300 mil, this particular "seller" has a bad habit of overpricing every system he tries to sell.

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.09 13:37:00 - [16]
 

Edited by: Calmir Zin on 09/05/2011 13:39:10
Edited by: Calmir Zin on 09/05/2011 13:38:16
Edited by: Calmir Zin on 09/05/2011 13:37:48
Originally by: DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf
Edited by: DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf on 09/05/2011 12:52:24
Edited by: DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf on 09/05/2011 12:50:54
Edited by: DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf on 09/05/2011 12:50:27
http://eveeye.com/ips.asp?opt=48NVM&system=J104820 static mapper and eveeye wrong? omg!!! it is a conspiracy!

Also to anyone considering of getting scammed this badly I will say this much: far more productive wormhole systems go for 200-300 mil, this particular "seller" has a bad habit of overpricing every system he tries to sell.


Dark, do you have nothing better to do than post negative and absurd spam here?

1). I have scanned the system in question repeatedly over several days - there are 3 (three) statics present. For every 10 wormholes in W-Space I guarentee you the statics will not be listed correctly on staticmapper.com and eveeye. It shows how little you travel in W-Space.

2). I price systems according to their market value, and yes surprise surprise I sell them promptly for those prices. If you have no interest in buying a wormhole for market rates then I'd suggest refraining from commenting. You seem to just like trolling and badmouthing sellers generally, which is quite frankly pretty pathetic.

3). Any unoccupied C1 or C2 wormhole with hisec static is pretty rare, generally very highly sought after, and therefore generally worth more than 1 billion ISK. This wormhole has the unique feature of 3 statics, which makes it an even rarer system.

Any serious bidders, please do get in touch Very Happy

Forgotten Heathen
Heretical Innovations
Talocan United
Posted - 2011.05.09 14:11:00 - [17]
 

I'm just going to put in my two cents here because I ran into this before. I, too, thought I had a C2 with three statics. We are in a C2 with high sec and C3 statics. When we moved in, we scanned a third wormhole, and it stayed there in the same place for days. We ended up with alot of traffic, and it moved and we found out it was a D382, which means it for sure it a wormhole spawning in your wormhole system TO another one. We would close it and we'd get a new one.

It went on like that for almost a month. And then it disappeared. We didn't see it for awhile, then we got one for a few days, a D382, then it disappeared, just like a normal sig.

What you're seeing is probably the same thing. It might not even be a D382 now. You can't know for sure unless you open it, close it, scan again. Repeat a few times. If it comes back every single time, then maybe you do in fact have a third static, but, as people here have tried to point out, so far it hasn't been proved these exist.

In fact, if you perform a google search for eve online wormhole third static, you'll come up with only my blog ever talking about them.

Good luck and fly safe.

DarkTemplarCrimsonWolf
Amarr
Posted - 2011.05.09 14:27:00 - [18]
 

In order:

1) Your word means nothing as I've seen people consistently overprice their wormholes on combat site returns in the system in any given moment. I've had more than a few friends buy whs and prior to them moving in either had the seller clean them out himself (not saying it's the case here) or a raiding party pass through activating whatever wasn't done so the price of the wormhole is (rationally/logically) based on its static connection(s) and PI potential. Static mapper and eveeye rely for the most part on player reports to correct any inconsistencies, the fact you did not report the existence (within that system) of 3 static connection or indeed that anyone else has failed to do so lends no credibility to your assertion that this system indeed has 3 statics or that you just failed to take into account that C2 systems almost always have high sec connections spawn on a daily/semi-daily basis.

2) Market value? It is a buyer's market and what your selling is the promise of a location, with credentials or not you cannot ask insane prices right off the bat and then rationalize it to being "market price". The abysmal PI production coupled with its gigantic size, large number of moons and ease of access from k-space make this sub-500 mil at best as anyone trying to live within the wh will need decent numbers to keep it secure and thus profit takes a sharp dive for each individual.

3) They are only sought after if they have good or great PI as their usage is for farming PI products and this one just doesn't cut it (even remotely close) to the 1 bil asking price.

Addendum: Next time you call me pathetic or a troll I'll actually do that and let you see the difference between constructive irony and trolling (hint: quite a few more gray hairs in your case).

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.09 14:36:00 - [19]
 

Hey Forgotten Heathen,

That's a very unusual observation. I have travelled W-Space extensively, from C1s and C2s with their usual hisec statics, C3's with their typical lowsecs, the less-accessible middle C4 and C5 systems, and the typical C6's with their frequent nullsec statics. I've also seen a some rare permutations such as a C5 with a C1 static now and then.

Systems with 3 statics are not that common, but I've seen many on my travels. I have even seen systems with 4 statics. In my experience when you have 3 or 4 statics one will always be a K-Space static, and the others will be W-Space statics of different classes (never the same).

You do get what some people refer to as 'dynamic wormholes', which spawn in K-Space. K-Space systems never have 'statics'. To my knowledge the only wormholes you get in W-Space (bugs aside) are statics and the resultant exit K162's.

What I find even more interesting is that W-Space systems also have K162 rules (which are not available on sites such as staticmapper or eveeye). Some systems will for example, get K162's from W-Space systems but never from K-Space. The only way to really find this out is to inhabit a system for several months.

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.09 14:50:00 - [20]
 

Edited by: Calmir Zin on 09/05/2011 14:50:45
Dark,

This really is wearing very thin old chap. I think you need to find a girl (or young man if that is what you prefer), get it out of your system, and start enjoying life once again.

Let me put this simply - you have proved in this thread alone that you have both limited knowledge of wormhole space, the relative value of systems therein, and zero interest in actually purchasing said systems. Your only interest appears to be in making scathing comments about sellers whares. Not exactly constructive eh? Especially when you are so ill-informed.

I know other W-Space real estate traders who run on exactly the same prices as I do. Furthermore, we have many happy customers who feel the prices they pay are thoroughly justifiable. I can also give plenty of references on request, from both satisfied customers and 3rd party sellers who can vouch for my honesty and professionalism.

So please do try to get a life, become less wearying (and pathetic) and cheer up eh? Wink

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.10 08:16:00 - [21]
 

This rare C2 with 3 statics is still available folks.

Anyone want to claim it and call it home?

Contact me any time! Very Happy

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.10 20:13:00 - [22]
 

Still available.

Daesis Wrack
The Kairos Syndicate
Transmission Lost
Posted - 2011.05.10 20:38:00 - [23]
 

Wormholes with 3 statics do not exist.

mis aliani
Minmatar
Exploration and Excavation Industries
Posted - 2011.05.10 20:56:00 - [24]
 

you do not give up do you? can't you see that this post is lying dead on the floor? NOBODY, even the biggest noob, trusts you anymore! even if it were to be true (which seems to be very unlikely).

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.10 21:42:00 - [25]
 

Originally by: Daesis Wrack
Wormholes with 3 statics do not exist.


Actually they do Daesis, and they are relatively common.

Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.10 21:44:00 - [26]
 

Originally by: mis aliani
you do not give up do you? can't you see that this post is lying dead on the floor? NOBODY, even the biggest noob, trusts you anymore! even if it were to be true (which seems to be very unlikely).



Dark, I presume this is your attempt at trolling.

Real weak matey lols.

I have a perfect track record and 100% happy customers Wink

Loraine Gess
Posted - 2011.05.10 23:11:00 - [27]
 

Prove it has three statics.

Forgotten Heathen
Heretical Innovations
Talocan United
Posted - 2011.05.11 06:21:00 - [28]
 

Originally by: Calmir Zin
Originally by: Daesis Wrack
Wormholes with 3 statics do not exist.


Actually they do Daesis, and they are relatively common.


This statement is amazing. Arguing with this guy is pointless. In all my time in wormholes, which is now considerable, I have never come across a wormhole with three statics. Could they exist? Sure! But with no facts and proof, these statements are valueless.

You want to prove that you have a third static? Then open all your wormholes. Warp to every single Unstable Wormhole sig you have in the system. 24 hours later, scan again. Still have three? Okay, now keep doing it for a week, because it can still be a coincidence. That's what mine was. A coincidence.

Here Calmir, this will make more sense to you.

Wrong, sir! Wrong! Under section 37B of the contract signed by him, it states quite clearly that all offers shall become null and void if - and you can read it for yourself in this photostatic copy - "I, the undersigned, shall forfeit all rights, privileges, and licenses herein and herein contained," et cetera, et cetera... "Fax mentis, incendium gloria cultum," et cetera, et cetera... Memo bis punitor delicatum! It's all there! Black and white, clear as crystal! You STOLE Fizzy-Lifting Drinks! You BUMPED into the ceiling, which now has to be washed and sterilized, so you get... NOTHING!!! You lose! GOOD DAY, SIR!



Calmir Zin
Posted - 2011.05.11 08:49:00 - [29]
 

Originally by: Loraine Gess
Prove it has three statics.


OK guys, it seems apparent that we have a few 'self-proclaimed' wormhole experts here. This either shows that you have very little wormhole experience (and by this I mean inhabiting W-Space for some time), or that you have not travelled much.

I travel 5-10 systems a day, every day, month after month. W-Space systems with 3 statics are not common, but they do exist. This is how we can look at their abundance:

1 statics > 2 statics > 3 statics > 4 statics

I have never found a system with 5 statics. Now people FYI, there are no such thing as what some people refer to as 'dynamic wormholes' that begin in W-Space. These only originate in K-Space, and terminate in W-Space. These are wormholes that do not 'respawn' once they close.

I am absolutely amazed there are so many folks out there who have such limited knowledge. Maybe I should write a guide, see if I can get it published and make some real life ISKies Very Happy

There will be absolute proof for anyone looking to buy this wormhole. As ever I provide full bookmarks for all sigs (including the statics in play). Furthermore all my sales are handled by Wirox Crotius, who will only carry out the sale once the customer is satisfied.

The lucky new owner of this system will therefore not only inherit a superb C2 with easy hisec access, but will enjoy 3 statics every day.

So any people out there who may have read this thread with suspicion, and have seen the guys trying to derail the sale of what is a superb wormhole space home. Why not drop me a line?

If I cannot sell you what I claim to have, then there is nothing lost on your part. I can guarantee a smooth sale, and something a bit special. A wormhole with 3 statics.

It's up for grabs guys!

Arlsen
Posted - 2011.05.11 11:21:00 - [30]
 

Originally by: Calmir Zin
You do get what some people refer to as 'dynamic wormholes', which spawn in K-Space. K-Space systems never have 'statics'. To my knowledge the only wormholes you get in W-Space (bugs aside) are statics and the resultant exit K162's.

There's the red flag that's setting everyone off. You do know there are roaming, named (non-K162) wormholes which are not statics right? If you find a C140 in a C5 system are you going to claim it's got a lowsec static connection? Of course you are, because you're not listening to what everybody else is telling you


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