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 +==== PvP ==== 
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 +Brave Empire encourages any and all pilots to explore the hobby of exploding ships for pleasure. Our staging in Riavayed is well placed for roaming; it's close to Amarr for a market hub, several lowsec pockets as well as Providence nullsec. Any member can ping for a fleet in ''#​brave-empire-pings''​ on Slack, and make use of Brave Empire'​s corp channel on Mumble. The corporation also has frigate and destroyer handouts available for fleets, just ask any Empire Mentor or in ''#​brave-empire''​ on Slack! If you manage to secure a kill on an Empire character, message Max Dawntreader on Slack or send an in-game mail to Max Skysprinter with a link to your killmail/​zKill,​ and you will be the proud owner of a corp medal! 
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 ==== Teaching ==== ==== Teaching ====
  
-EVE is hard. Like, really hard. And it’s also pretty unforgiving when you inevitably make mistakes. Since Brave attracts more than its fair share of newer players, volunteering to teach classes to newbros is one of the most useful ways to help the alliance and get your name known. The Brave Dojo, our education division, runs the class schedule, but anyone can give a class, on any topic they think other players will find interesting. Make sure you let the Dojo know in advance, since they can help with organising and publicising your class; they can even provide ships to use, should it be necessary.+EVE is hard. Like, really hard. And it’s also pretty unforgiving when you inevitably make mistakes. Since Brave attracts more than its fair share of newer players, volunteering to teach classes to newbros is one of the most useful ways to help the alliance and get your name known. The Brave Dojo, our education division, runs the class schedule, but anyone can give a class, on any topic they think other players will find interesting. Make sure you let Empire leadership and the Dojo know in advance, since they can help with organising and publicising your class; they can even provide ships to use, should it be necessary.
  
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 ==== Running things ==== ==== Running things ====
  
-Finally, once you become bored of logging in and actually playing the game, perhaps you can ascend to the lofty heights of our legendary AFK leadership, where you’ll never be heard from again. I joke, of course — the work that goes into running an alliance of several thousand people is complex and challenging,​ from keeping our IT infrastructure (Jabber, Mumble, Core, the wiki, etc.) up and running, to coordinating with multiple different player groups to organise fights or manage standings and recruitment. But for some people — and maybe for you — it’s an aspect of gameplay that contributes to making EVE unlike any other game you’ll ever play.+The work that goes into running an alliance of several thousand people is complex and challenging,​ from keeping our IT infrastructure (Jabber, Mumble, Core, the wiki, etc.) up and running, to coordinating with multiple different player groups to organise fights or manage standings and recruitment. But for some people — and maybe for you — it’s an aspect of gameplay that contributes to making EVE unlike any other game you’ll ever play.
  
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