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TheLimey
Posted - 2006.10.11 14:04:00 - [1]
 

Can someone answer a question for me.

I have main pod. and a clone at a station. Main pod we will call PODA. normal clone we will call PODB. I get a jump clone of main - PODC.

Can u get a clone for PODC? if i get podded in PODC where do i wake up? and does my jump clone die?

If i get podded in PODA with a jump clone at a station somewhere do i just wake up a PODB as normal with PODC intact.

Reason im asking this is im jumping out to low sec to reside somewhere new. I was going to use my jump clone but if i die im thinking i will loose my jumpy and have to get a new one.. which is harder that just getting a new clone for my PODA.

Lime


GC13
Caldari
Species 5618
R0ADKILL
Posted - 2006.10.11 14:13:00 - [2]
 

Your medical clone is for you, not a particular clone. If your medical clone is based in Jita, you'll wake up in it whether you die in your original clone, or if you jump clone to Oursulaert first.

And your number of jump clones only changes when you install or destroy a jump clone at the station. When you jump to a jump clone, your old body (implants and all) becomes a new jump clone at the station you jumped from.

Vasiliyan
Aliastra
Posted - 2006.10.11 14:44:00 - [3]
 

The jumpclone and podclone mechanisms are completely seperate. Jumpclone has the effect of teleport+change implants. You only need one emergency clone which covers all your jumpclones.

Letouk Mernel
Caldari
Posted - 2006.10.11 15:46:00 - [4]
 

Edited by: Letouk Mernel on 11/10/2006 15:50:33

Whichever body you're in, when you die you lose it and wake up at the medical clone location. You can only have one medical clone.

To use your ABC notation, whether you're in A or C, when you die, you go to B, and you lose either A or C (depending on which one you were flying with at the time of death).

So, if you're in Empire, your medical clone B is probably close by your base of operation. If you get a jumpclone C out in 0.0, and you wanted to stay there, you'd jump to your C clone, then you'd want to go to the nearest medical station and move your medical clone B to there, so that when you die you stay in 0.0.

Then when you want to relocate back to empire, jump to A, then move your medical B to a station nearby, in Empire.

Make sense?


 

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