Brave has come a long way in the options we have for ISK Making. It was not very long ago that this alliance boasted a single constellation to share between its members for all activities.

Over the course of our advancement, we've begun to run into a problem where certain activities have become crowded, and some disputes have arisen because of this. This page is designed to offer some common sense advice, along with already-established rules in relation to some of our most popular moneymaking activities. It should be clarified that guidelines are NOT enforced rules, however these standards may be looked at when dealing with disputes.

Anomaly Ratting

This section applies to all Brave Controlled Systems in the regions of Catch, Impass, and Feythabolis.


Freedom to Choose Your Site

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It must be made clear that the official position of Brave is that no sites within our space shall be restricted based on ship type or pilot experience. While it is nice to run the sites best tailored to your ship, no restrictions will be enforced, and no one outside of leadership (as defined in the Standing Orders) may create such a restriction.

Site Claiming and Callout Channels

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A pilot may lay claim to a site by warping to it and actively running it. A claim may also be made by calling out the anomaly in question in the respective callout channel, and actively running that site in a reasonable amount of time. The former method of claiming always usurps the latter.

A site may NOT be claimed by placing an MTU in a site, holding an alt in the site that is not actively running it, or calling out a site before the pilot is ready to run it. Leaving a site for more than a few minutes invalidates a site claim.

While a site has a valid claim, no one besides that pilot should attempt to run, loot, salvage, or drop an MTU in said site without the pilot's permission. As per the BRAVE Alliance Rules, orphaned MTUs may be destroyed if attempts to contact the owner have failed.

Encounter Surveillance Systems

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Encounter Surveillance Systems (also known as ESS) are strictly prohibited in Brave Space, and may be shot on sight. This is because these structures can be easily exploited by the owner or stolen from by roaming gangs.

Anomaly Mining

This section applies to all Brave Controlled Systems in the regions of Catch, Impass, and Feythabolis.


Anomaly Priorities

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All pilots mining normal ore must be mining in the same belt. The priority for which belt to mine is as follows:

  1. Any Partially Finished Cluster
  2. Colossal Asteroid Cluster
  3. Large Asteroid Cluster
  4. Enormous Asteroid Cluster

All mining rules are rescinded when mining in a Small or Medium Cluster, or a standard belt.

The Ochre Rule

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When first entering an ore anomaly, All Ships must complete at least one mining cycle of an Ochre Rock. That means:

  • One Laser Cycle for Ventures
  • One Strip Miner Cycle for Mining Barges and Exhumers
  • One Industrial Cycle for Rorquals

Considerations When Choosing a Rock

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It's generally considered good manners to keep your ship size in mind when choosing a rock. For example, there's little point in mining a 800,000 m3 rock in a venture when there's a nearby 50,000 m3 one of the same type.

Along with this, it's usually preferable to avoid doubling up on rocks unless the site is nearing completion and all other rocks are taken, or a prior agreement has been made between the pilots in question. This is especially true when dealing with rorquals, as a rock being finished at an unexpected time can lead to a rorqual being stuck on field for several minutes.

Finally, if a pilot can mine mercoxit it's preferable for them to do so, since those rocks can be difficult to get rid of.

MTUs

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MTUs may be used in mining clusters, but must be removed on request from any pilot wishing to jetcan mine in that belt. As per the BRAVE Alliance Rules, orphaned MTUs may be destroyed if attempts to contact the owner have failed. This is to ensure that pilots can jetcan mine without losing their ore.

Public Moon Mining

This section applies to all Moons designated as Public that are controlled by Brave.


Being in Standing Fleet

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Anyone mining a public moon must be in the respective regional standing fleet at all times. This is to ensure that any boosts present are applied to everyone.

Freedom to Choose Your Rock

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It is generally accepted that rocks on public moons CANNOT be claimed, and may be mined as seen fit by all pilots.

Ship Limitation on Dojo Moons

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The use of Rorquals is banned on the two Dojo Moons in GE-8JV. These moons are supposed to be available for newbro mining and content generation, both of which do not work well with Rorquals.

Exploration

This section applies to all systems controlled by a member or affiliate of Legacy Coalition.


Site Claiming

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Scannable Relic or Data Signatures in our space may be claimed by warping to and running the signature. Leaving the site at any time immediately invalidates a pilot's claim.

Banned Exploration Locations

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Due to Diplomatic Agreements, Exploration is prohibited in the following regions:

  • Esoteria
  • Impass (except Brave space)
  • Paragon Soul
  • Tenerifis
  • Feythabolis (except Brave space)

Cherry-Picking

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As per the the Standing Orders, once you have begun running an explo signature, you must complete it so it can respawn. This means that all cans must be successfully hacked or destroyed.

Of all the rules on this page, this one is the most strictly enforced. DO NOT Cherry-Pick exploration sites in our space.

  • public/dojo/wiki/krabbing_etiquette.txt
  • Last modified: 2019/06/03 23:17
  • by Aernir Ridley