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Khinath
Posted - 2007.10.13 10:41:00 - [1]
 

This really seems like it should be obvious, but...

Is there any easy way to warp to a specific moon?

Right-clicking in space brings up Stations, Planets, Stargates and Asteroid Belts, but no moons...

Other than hitting the button to bring up the moon icons in space or tweaking your Overview to show moons... or I suppose using the Solar System map... I can't figure out another way to do it.

And here the tutorial told me that right-click was almost always the answer!

NightF0x
Gallente
Intergalactic League of Terrorists
Posted - 2007.10.13 10:55:00 - [2]
 

Originally by: Khinath
And here the tutorial told me that right-click was almost always the answer!


Best way to do it is to add them to the overview. You could bookmark all of them then they would show up on your right-click options. Might want to warp to them cloaked, never know whose POS you will warp into. There's nothing worse than landing near a moon then getting wtfbbqpwn'd by a POS.

BluOrange
Gallente
The OZ Hunters and Mercenary Association
Black Scope Project
Posted - 2007.10.13 11:13:00 - [3]
 

Another way to do it is to press F11, which brings up the system map. This is especially useful if you're hunting someone, because you can see the positions of all the planets. (This is important because of scanner ranges.)

Easy Target
Minmatar
Brutor Tribe.
Posted - 2007.10.13 11:39:00 - [4]
 

In your right click menu go to a planet, in the list that allows you to warp to the planet there will be a "moons" option near the bottom, hovering over this will display all that planets moons, which you can warp to the same way.

Not all planets have moons

Some low sec / 0.0 ones will have a POS on them, which will shoot first and ask questions later

Quetzalcoatle
Silver Snake Enterprise
Against ALL Authorities
Posted - 2007.10.13 11:40:00 - [5]
 

Originally by: Khinath
Right-clicking in space brings up Stations, Planets, Stargates and Asteroid Belts, but no moons...


Right-clicking does actually work, you just have to select planets. The option 'moons' then becomes available.

Starfired2
Posted - 2007.10.13 13:44:00 - [6]
 

The easiest way to find moons on your screen is to hold Alt. Also I wouldn't recommend warping to random Moons. Might find a PoS, and well PoSes aren't to nice to people warping to them.

Cygnus Zhada
Viziam
Posted - 2007.10.13 14:26:00 - [7]
 

If you need to warp to more than 1 moon, rightclick in space, go to planets and then find a planet that actually has moons, if it does you'll see the moons tab. Then click "add moon to overview'. All of a sudden all the moons in the system will be on your overview. From that you can, again, rightclick and warp to.

Understand however that warping to a moon is inherently dangerous. If there's a POS at that moon which doesn't like you very much (and lets be frank, most won't) you'll need an underwear change.

Billy Sastard
Amarr
Life. Universe. Everything.
Posted - 2007.10.13 15:57:00 - [8]
 

If you are going to be warping around checking out moons in lowsec/0.0 do it in a pod or a cloaked covops (true covops, not stealth bomber). Even if you are in allied space many POS's will shoot on sight. They do not pod however so you can check them out in a pod. If you think there may be people at the pos's you may want to go the covops route however, as people DO pod :D

Hoshi
Hedron Industries
Red Dwarf Racketeering Division
Posted - 2007.10.13 18:41:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Billy Sastard
If you are going to be warping around checking out moons in lowsec/0.0 do it in a pod or a cloaked covops (true covops, not stealth bomber). Even if you are in allied space many POS's will shoot on sight. They do not pod however so you can check them out in a pod. If you think there may be people at the pos's you may want to go the covops route however, as people DO pod :D

Since the last pos change it's not that dangerous anymore. Most ships can warp away before pos guns can lock them.

Verx Interis
Amarr
SkyNet.
Posted - 2007.10.13 22:17:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Hoshi
Originally by: Billy Sastard
If you are going to be warping around checking out moons in lowsec/0.0 do it in a pod or a cloaked covops (true covops, not stealth bomber). Even if you are in allied space many POS's will shoot on sight. They do not pod however so you can check them out in a pod. If you think there may be people at the pos's you may want to go the covops route however, as people DO pod :D

Since the last pos change it's not that dangerous anymore. Most ships can warp away before pos guns can lock them.


If you can see that the guns are "Online" instead of just "Anchored" fast enough Rolling Eyes

Modrak Vseth
Veto.
Posted - 2007.10.14 13:57:00 - [11]
 

Originally by: Billy Sastard
If you are going to be warping around checking out moons in lowsec/0.0 do it in a pod or a cloaked covops (true covops, not stealth bomber). Even if you are in allied space many POS's will shoot on sight. They do not pod however so you can check them out in a pod. If you think there may be people at the pos's you may want to go the covops route however, as people DO pod :D


Just don't leave your ship unmanned in a safe while you do it. That's how two corpies and I got a free Moa the other day...


 

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