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Vurion
Posted - 2009.01.11 19:00:00 - [1]
 

Im lost, I thought all reds especially in high sec were fair game?

trance atlas
Posted - 2009.01.11 19:01:00 - [2]
 

flashy red yes not standings red

Vurion
Posted - 2009.01.11 19:02:00 - [3]
 

Edited by: Vurion on 11/01/2009 19:03:01
Originally by: trance atlas
flashy red yes not standings red

Now Im really confused?
It was a solid red!


trance atlas
Posted - 2009.01.11 19:04:00 - [4]
 

could have been a overview bug tbh

Ranger 1
Amarr
Ranger Corp
Posted - 2009.01.11 19:14:00 - [5]
 

I would check your overview settings to see exactly what you have set as showing solid red as opposed to being set Flashy red.

Most people make sure their settings have the overview flash red only for viable targets in whatever sec you happen to live in. IE. Usually either war targets or under -5 sec status targets.

Solid red usually denotes people you dislike or should keep an eye on due to a slightly low sec status or unfriendly standings set by either your corp or alliance (or personal standings). But this does not automatically mean you can attack them with impunity.

Also keep in mind that the little black skull only means that he has a bounty on his head, not that he is automatically a pirate and therefore fair game to all. Laughing




Dibsi Dei
Salamyhkaisten kilta
Posted - 2009.01.11 19:18:00 - [6]
 

Yellow players often show up as red. Uncheck the yellow player option.

Vurion
Posted - 2009.01.11 19:21:00 - [7]
 

Edited by: Vurion on 11/01/2009 19:21:09
Already, way to much that is Vauge! Im waiting on CCP.Confused

Splash Whale
FinFleet
Raiden.
Posted - 2009.01.11 19:25:00 - [8]
 

Standings are different then security status..

If someone is flashing red on your overview, then he has global criminal or a SECURITY status under -5.

However, if he just shows up negative, as with a minus displayed next to his ship(which is also red) he is NOT fair game.

A corporation can set standings to any other corporation as they like it, however that doesnt give them the right to shoot them in highsec.

Vurion
Posted - 2009.01.11 19:33:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Splash Whale
Standings are different then security status..

If someone is flashing red on your overview, then he has global criminal or a SECURITY status under -5.

However, if he just shows up negative, as with a minus displayed next to his ship(which is also red) he is NOT fair game.

A corporation can set standings to any other corporation as they like it, however that doesnt give them the right to shoot them in highsec.



Cough, got it.Shocked

Induc
Amarr
Posted - 2009.01.11 20:27:00 - [10]
 

Are pods flashing red a legal target in high sec?

Wendat Huron
Stellar Solutions
Posted - 2009.01.11 20:29:00 - [11]
 

Originally by: Induc
Are pods flashing red a legal target in high sec?


Yes though you never get them unless the guy falls asleep.

Sidus Isaacs
Gallente
Posted - 2009.01.11 20:34:00 - [12]
 

Edited by: Sidus Isaacs on 11/01/2009 20:34:55
Solid red usually means war target, or a slightly bugged overview. If a war has ended, relog, same if it has started, that usually takes teh major view bugs away :P.

If he is flashy you can shoot. Tho one I know got concord'ed for it, and his respons from a petition was "flashy red does not mean you can shoot". SO I really do not know CCP standing on the issue :S.

Induc
Amarr
Posted - 2009.01.11 21:42:00 - [13]
 

Edited by: Induc on 11/01/2009 21:43:13
Well, if it's not a legal target the confirmation box will pop up right?
Also, I thought global criminals was able to enter high sec in a pod? Or is it just that concord won't shoot at global criminals when they're in a pod?

Ki Tarra
Ki Tech Industries
Posted - 2009.01.11 22:01:00 - [14]
 

Edited by: Ki Tarra on 11/01/2009 22:01:09
Originally by: Induc
Or is it just that concord won't shoot at global criminals when they're in a pod?
Concord won't shoot pods. No NPC's shoot pods.

However, a criminal's pod is fair game to any player that can catch him.

Buhhdust Princess
Mind Games.
0ccupational Hazzard
Posted - 2009.01.11 22:17:00 - [15]
 

hint set these things to flashy, then u know, if it flashes u kill it:

War Target
Outlaw
Aggression Flagging
Militia war target

^ if u set these to flash, then u can know what to shoot and what not.
<3

Khlitouris RegusII
Posted - 2009.01.12 00:16:00 - [16]
 

Originally by: Induc
Edited by: Induc on 11/01/2009 21:43:13
Well, if it's not a legal target the confirmation box will pop up right?
Also, I thought global criminals was able to enter high sec in a pod? Or is it just that concord won't shoot at global criminals when they're in a pod?


global crim can enter hi sec in whatever ship he wishes barring caps cause theyre banned from hi sec. i used to enjoy shopping in empire market hubs in my nano claw when i was -10.


 

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