Capital Ships in High Security Space

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Game play mechanics restrict most capital ships from entering high security space. Players may however encounter some capitals in high security space which are there due to legacy issues from before the changes to the game mechanics took effect. For example, players in the Amarr system may occasionally see a mining Revelation.

To ensure that these ships do not grant their owners an unfair advantage the following rules must be adhered to: 

  1. A player may not activate any hostile or assisting module or effect, nor make use of any kind of drone or fighter drone, against any kind of structure (player or NPC owned), ship (player or NPC owned), or other asset (player or NPC owned) in high-security space with a capital ship normally restricted (under normal game mechanics) to 0.4 space or lower.

  2. If at war, with a war pending, or allied with another corporation or alliance at war, a player may not undock with a capital ship normally restricted (under normal game mechanics) to 0.4 space or lower. This is also applicable to undocking with or willfully obtaining any sort of flag under the Crimewatch system to permit another player to attack them or vice versa.

  3. A capital ship restricted (under normal game mechanics) to 0.4 space or lower may not be used to gain any sort of advantage over other players while in high security space.

  4. A capital ship restricted (under normal game mechanics) to 0.4 space or lower may never change ownership under any circumstance, willfully or not, while in high-security space (0.5 security systems and above).
    • This includes, but is not restricted to: Using the EVE market system, using the EVE contract system, using station direct trades, abandoning it in space.

  5. Breach any of the above will cause the capital ship involved to be moved to a nearby low security system. Should the ship have changed ownership, all transactions involved will be reversed and the previous owner given an official warning in addition to having the ship moved.

 

The following is a list of activities that are widely regarded as fair use of these ships. This may change, so do not rely solely on this information here.

  1. Showing off
  2. Mining

Should any player witness the above rules being broken then they are encouraged to contact Customer Support through the ticket system.

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