[COMPLETE] 2018-1-11 @17:00 Introduction to Player Threats

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Adree Jericho

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Post 2018.01.08 19:48

[COMPLETE] 2018-1-11 @17:00 Introduction to Player Threats

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See that undock button? You sure you want to click it?

Things seem to explode in space for no reason everywhere you go. But fear not - in Introduction to Player Threats, we'll talk about why things go boom when and where they do, and how to approach your trip through New Eden with a discerning eye for what could kill you, and what would kill you. That way you'll know when you're safe, and when you're already dead!

When: Thursday January 11th, 17:00 EVE Time
Where: Mumble and Lecture.E-UNI
Duration: 45 min + Q&A

Topics Covered:
  • Can that guy shoot me?
  • Solar Systems and Security Levels
  • High-Sec
  • Low-Sec
  • Null-Sec
  • How safe are you really?
  • Q&A

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 Lecture.E-UNI in-game chat channel
  • Alternatively you may attend this lecture on Twitch
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Adree Jericho

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Post 2018.01.11 18:31

Re: [COMPLETE] 2018-1-11 @17:00 Introduction to Player Threats

This class is also available a an archived broadcast on my Twitch channel for two weeks from today.
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Tau Hopper

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Post 2018.01.12 21:45

Re: [COMPLETE] 2018-1-11 @17:00 Introduction to Player Threats

Great class, as usual!

However, I couldn't help but feel this was a missed opportunity to introduce the attendants to this Historical Documentâ„¢, which illustrates the consequences of aggressing another player in high-sec... so I'll leave it here:

Concordokken , a small Vid of what Happenz if you are too St***d :D

While it dates back to 2006, I believe it is still applicable in full, isn't it?

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