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 ===== 1. Where we live===== ===== 1. Where we live=====
  
-Brave is currently living in and around the [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Catch#sov|Catch]] and [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Impass#sov|Impass]] regions of New Eden. Our HQ is located in [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Catch/GE-8JV|GE-8JV]].+Brave is currently living in and around the [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Catch#sov|Catch]] and [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Impass#sov|Impass]] regions of New Eden. Our HQ is located in .
  
 Other important locations you should be aware of: Other important locations you should be aware of:
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   * The [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Impass/EK-NQ2|EK-NQ2]] constellation in Impass is where a lot of ratting and mining takes place in relative safety.   * The [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Impass/EK-NQ2|EK-NQ2]] constellation in Impass is where a lot of ratting and mining takes place in relative safety.
  
-You may not want to move absolutely everything you own out to null-sec. Since all of our space is in "sov-null" (i.e. owned by player groups, not NPCs), it can be taken away by anyone who can beat us, but in general you should feel pretty safe here. We recommend keeping most of your ships either in the  Fortizar citadel in GE- or Keepstar in PZMA-E. For a full list of doctrine ships and where they should be kept, see the [[member:alliance:military:hangarlist:start]].+You may not want to move absolutely everything you own out to null-sec. Since all of our space is in "sov-null" (i.e. owned by player groups, not NPCs), it can be taken away by anyone who can beat us, but in general you should feel pretty safe here. We recommend keeping most of your ships either in the Keepstar "Mothership Bellicose" in [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Catch/GE-8JV|GE-8JV]] or the Keepstar "Fortress Impass" in [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Impass/PZMA-E|PZMA-E]]. For a full list of doctrine ships and where they should be kept, see the [[member:alliance:military:hangarlist:start]].
  
-If you want to store your excess or unused ships somewhere else, [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/station/Mendori_IV_-_Moon_1_-_Ministry_of_Assessment_Information_Center|Mendori]] is our Logistics staging system.+If you have ships and things you want to bring down with you or store outside of our home in null-sec, [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/station/Mendori_IV_-_Moon_1_-_Ministry_of_Assessment_Information_Center|Mendori]] is our [[https://wiki.bravecollective.com/public/alliance/logistics/jf/how-to-use|Logistics]] staging system. From here you can use our logistics services to jump things straight to our home system without the risk of it being an expensive killmail
  
 ===== 2. How to get there===== ===== 2. How to get there=====
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 1. Go to the next station with a Clone Bay when you are ready to accept your invite. You can locate it by using the Map. On the Map Go To: Color By (Gear in the upper left corner) -> Services, then select Clone Bay. 1. Go to the next station with a Clone Bay when you are ready to accept your invite. You can locate it by using the Map. On the Map Go To: Color By (Gear in the upper left corner) -> Services, then select Clone Bay.
  
-2. Once you are safely docked, accept the invite and change your clone location to GE-8JV. The Clone Bay is accessed via the Station Services (the Icon that looks like the top half of a coffin). There click on "Change Station", then select the relevant option.+2. Once you are safely docked, accept the invite and change your clone location to GE-8JV Mothership Bellicose. The Clone Bay is accessed via the Station Services (the Icon that looks like the top half of a coffin). There click on "Change Station", then select the relevant option.
  
 ==== 2. Fly ==== ==== 2. Fly ====
  
-<alert type="warning">Once you accept the corp invite, you are not safe in High Sec!</alert>+<alert type="danger">Once you accept the corp invite, you are not safe in High Sec! We recommend not accepting the invite until you have set your death clone nearby and are ready to  attempt the flight into null-sec!</alert> 
 +<alert type ="warning">Brave and its allies are currently embroiled in a large scale war. Several routes involving jumpbridge shortcuts have been re-directed and some of the connecting systems to our home are regularly camped. Please make sure you're on our ingame chat channels to ask questions in and try to join Legacy Catch Standing fleet before you follow the below directions.</alert>
  
-Alternatively you can just fly directly to nullsec. Set your destination in the normal way; choose "Prefer safer" in the navigation options to avoid long trip through null-secThe nearest hi-sec station you can dock at is in [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/station/Agil|Agil]], but you will find that system is often camped by organisations that have war-decced our alliance and will kill you as soon as you join Brave and undock there. A safer option is one of the many freeport citadels in Keberz. Fly there, dock up, accept the corporation invite, set up [[:public:alliance:it:how-to-set-up|our IT services]], and complete your journey. You will have to go through low and null sec on the way, so be careful. Don't warp gate to gate in null. If you are on our Mumble comms, you can join the standing fleet and ask for intel or an escort if you are particularly nervousThere are shortcuts (Jump Bridges, that connect distant systems together) available for you to use once you enter nullsec - make sure you get on comms and ask for instructions to save yourself several dangerous jumps!+Alternatively you can just fly directly to nullsec. If you choose this option or have no choice due to remote clone cooldown, we cannot stress enough that you take cheap shuttle, frigate or capsule to make the attempt as the route is often quite dangerousAny ships or goods left behind can be shipped down later if you find yourself in need of them or dojo has many [[https://wiki.bravecollective.com/public/dojo/handouts|Handouts]] available to get you started
  
-<alert type="danger">**Do not fly through HED-GP or SV5-8N.** Expect this area to be camped by enemies 24/7. You can try in a capsule, frigate or shuttle, but make sure to set your deathclone in Kerberz before that.\\+Set your destination in the normal way; choose "Prefer safer" in the navigation options to avoid a long trip through null-sec. The nearest hi-sec station you can dock at is in [[http://evemaps.dotlan.net/station/Agil|Agil]], but you will find that system is often camped by organisations that have war-decced our alliance and will kill you as soon as you join Brave and undock there. A safer option is one of the many freeport citadels in [[https://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Khanid/keberz|Keberz]].  
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 +Fly there, dock up, set your death clone to that freeport (temporarily in case you get killed attempting to fly down), accept the corporation invite, start setting up [[:public:alliance:it:how-to-set-up|our IT services]], and complete your journey. You will have to go through low and null sec on the way, so be careful. **Try to avoid warping directly from gate to gate in nullsec.** If you are on our Mumble comms, you can join the standing fleet (Catch 1 in mumble) and ask for intel or an escort if you are particularly nervous. There are shortcuts (ansiblexes - player built jump gates) available for you to use once you enter nullsec - make sure you get on comms and ask for instructions to save yourself several dangerous jumps! 
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 +<alert type="warning">**Be extra careful when flying through HED-GPSV5-8N or HY-RWO.** Be aware these systems are often camped. You can try in a capsule, frigate or shuttle, but make sure to set your deathclone in Kerberz before that.\\
 **No, interceptors are not safe, blockade runners are not safe.** Do not be one of those guys that don't listen and generate loss mails in the billions.</alert> **No, interceptors are not safe, blockade runners are not safe.** Do not be one of those guys that don't listen and generate loss mails in the billions.</alert>
  
-Take these less risky but longer routes: +These are the current most direct routes: 
-  * Efa -> 3-FKCZ -> 49-U6U -> 4-07MU -> Q-U96U -> GE-8JV (this route is only one lowsec jump and then through Querious and Catch) +  * Keberz-> HED-GP -> SV5-8N -> ansiblex -> YHN-3K -> GE-8JV. 
-  * Dital -> 9UY4-H -> ZQ-Z3Y -> CB4-Q2 -> ZXIC-7 -> HY-RWO -> GE-8JV.+  * Keberz-> HED-GP -> ansiblex -> HY-RWO -> GE-8JV
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 +Alternative routes that may or may not be safer: 
 +  * Dital -> 9UY4-H -> ZQ-Z3Y -> CB4-Q2 -> ZXIC-7 -> V-3G7 -> GE-8JV.
  
 Watch this video about safe travel:\\ Watch this video about safe travel:\\
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