[COMPLETED] Introduction to Player Threats - Aug 9, 2020

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Anidien Dallacort
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[COMPLETED] Introduction to Player Threats - Aug 9, 2020

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EVE is a game of interaction - Our fellow players chat with us, laugh, play, work, trade, collaborate, and more...

But sometimes they shoot at us too.

Worried about who might be out to get you? (Hint: Everyone!)

Or maybe you're wondering who you can turn your own turrets on, without CONCORD paying you a visit?

Join me for Introduction to Player Threats, a University CORE course that will teach the fundamentals Rules of Engagement in EVE, how they protect you, how they don't, and how other players might use them to destroy you even when you feel safe!

When: Sunday August 9th, 2020 - 1800 EVE Time
Where: Public Mumble and Class (EVE Uni)
Duration: 1 hour (Plus additional time for Q&A as needed)

Topics Covered:
Situational Awareness - Being aware of who and what is nearby
EVE's "Crimewatch" System - How to determine the 'legality' of a target
Common traps players set

Student requirements:
Public Mumble registration and access - make sure you have Mumble sorted out and operational well before the class begins. Use this guide for set-up: http://eveuni.org/publicmumble
Access to the Class (EVE Uni) in-game chat channel

Additional information: This class is primarily lecture, delivered in public Mumble and the Class (EVE Uni) channel, followed by Q&A. There is no practical component.
Anidien Dallacort - Teaching Officer, Mentor, Sophomore

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Didu Lidu
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Re: [COMPLETED] Introduction to Player Threats - Aug 9, 2020

Post by Didu Lidu »

Very instructive, thans.
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