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The Halloween War (which many observers have noted has stretched well past its namesake holiday) has undoubtedly surpassed other previous wars in EVE in cost, enormity, complexity and length. Naturally, given the long and protracted nature of sovereignty wars (which at times culminates in excitement and a crescendo of violence, as illustrated by the recent Battle for B-R5RB and the Battle of HED-GP, it is not unreasonable that new players and casual observers often lose sight of the finer details and often end up on Twitch.tv asking “what are they fighting about?” To fill the void of knowledge that is the burden that new, casual and non-null players are often left carrying, this article is intended as an introductory and by-no-means comprehensive guide to the factors and perspectives in the conflict.

The Blocs

Stainwagon/DTF1

A coalition consisting of traditional occupants of the Catch & Stain regions, in addition to their nomadic friends Black Legion and SOLAR Alliance. Two major players in this bloc, namely Against All Authorities and Darkness of Despair, prior to the war were in the process of reclaiming sovereignty of Catch, a whole year after Against All Authorities had been expelled from the region in the aftermath of the 2012 Delve War by the Honeybadger Coalition (HBC, precursor to N3/PL) and the Clusterfuck Coalition (CFC).

Against All Authorities and Darkness of Despair claim that a broken agreement with Nulli Secunda2 left them no recourse but to ally with SOLAR Alliance and Black Legion (two alliances traditionally hostile to N3/PL), which incurred the wrath of N3/PL, leading to a pre-emptive strike on Against All Authorities’ previous staging system of GE-8JV, thus sparking the war.

Black Legion and SOLAR Alliance, two tight-knit and traditionally non-aligned factions appeared willing to provide their support to the Stainwagon bloc given their traditional hostility to the PL/N3 bloc. Black Legion’s ongoing blood feud with Pandemic Legion can be attributed to the high-stakes deathmatch being played for the title of being THE elite mercenary legion in EVE; this has led to major clashes, including various battles during the Drone Regions War in early 2013, an ambush on a PL supercap group in July 2013 and more recently during the Halloween War, a masterful PL trap laid in FR-B1H which resulted in a mass loss of Black Legion supercapitals. The Russian SOLAR Alliance’s enmity for N3/PL stems from the aftermath of the Drone Regions War in 2012 during which SOLAR was ejected forcibly from their ancestral homeland in the Drone Regions (namely the Cache, Insmother and Outer Passage regions), and, to add insult to injury, the then SOLAR staging system of R3P0-Z was deadzoned3 and SOLAR’s sovereignty holdings divided amongst members of the N3 bloc (notably including Legion of xXDEATHXx, the Russian archnemesis of SOLAR Alliance).

N3/PL4

One of the largest and well-resourced coalitions in EVE; N3/PL was formed following the collapse of the HBC in 2013 and is comprised of groups which have a notable history of opposing the CFC. The N3/PL bloc is led by Grath Telkin of Pandemic Legion (an elite PvP alliance with mercenary roots) along with their senior partners Northern Coalition. and Nulli Secunda.

N3/PL, excluding Mildly Intoxicated and Nulli Secunda pursued a policy of sovereignty neutrality5 towards the Stainwagon bloc prior to the inception of the greater DTF bloc. Following the alliance agreement between Stainwagon and Black Legion/SOLAR Alliance as a means to counter alleged interference by Nulli Secunda over the KW-I6T agreement, there was a sharp escalation into bloc warfare as N3/PL decided to pursue a pre-emptive strike on the Against All Authorities staging system of GE-8JV in order to deny and prevent overtly hostile entities (Black Legion & SOLAR Alliance) a foothold into N3/PL space. With the advent of the CFC as “honourable third parties”6in November 2013 and the formalisation of a temporary alliance agreement between CFC & DTF, N3/PL enlisted the support of Insidious Empire and TEST Alliance in November and December 2013 respectively to put pressure on the CFC on other fronts.

CFC7

The largest coalition in EVE, spanning literally half the universe and led by the renowned (or infamous, depending on one’s point of view) CEO of the Goonswarm Federation, The Mittani.

The CFC has long-standing hostilities with N3/PL and its precursor alliance, the HBC. Previous conflicts with N3/PL (or its precursors) include the Tribute War of 2012 and The Fountain War of 2013, which saw the largest battle in EVE history in the system of 6VDT-H. Following the hard-fought Fountain War which saw the decimation of TEST Alliance (previously the largest alliance in the game) and its ally Tribal Band, the CFC saw a newfound opportunity to settle scores with N3/PL which had sided with TEST and Tribal Band. The CFC initially entered the war as “Honourable Third Parties”8on behalf of Stainwagon/DTF, before a formal temporary alliance agreement between the two blocs was concluded in November 2013, leading to the creation of what detractors describe as a “big blue donut.”9

Provibloc10

Provibloc refers to the various allied NRDS (Not Red Don’t Shoot) alliances occupying the region known as Providence. Led by Curatores Veritatis Alliance (CVA), these alliances have traditionally pursued a path of neutrality and place utmost value on the security and territorial integrity of the Providence region. Other groups in space often hold the Provibloc in contempt, due to the traditional roleplay roots of CVA and the high concentration of new and PvE players (known derisively as carebears) in the Providence region. Provibloc remained largely neutral during the war, although relations between the Providence alliances and Against All Authorities have traditionally been strained as a result of territorial disputes and roaming gangs. Provibloc’s entry to the war was in late January 2013 following an incident involving a group of current and ex-members of Black Aces (an Against All Authorities corporation)11. This led to a retaliatory strike by CVA on HED-GP and the involvement of an elite CVA strike force during the Battle for HED-GP on behalf of N3/PL. Provibloc has since resumed its mantle of neutrality; observers have cited direct threats from the CFC as the cause of this.

The Future

Since its humble beginnings as a minor sovereignty dispute, the Halloween War has delivered two of the largest and most costly, if not most decisive battles that EVE Online has seen – the Battle for HED-GP and the Battle for B-R5RB. Both provided significant lesson for all parties involved, whether it be in terms of server limitations or sovereignty mechanics. After the deadlocks and standoffs which proved frustrating for all involved in the first few months of war, with the recent tactical withdrawal of N3/PL from the southern region of Immensea, it appears the war has shifted into a phase in which regions will rapidly shift hands. However, to call the war over is to ignore the reality that there will be conflict so long there are conflict drivers – the sparks of war are still well and alive, and it’s up to all parties involved to continue to demonstrate that they can still fan the flames.

1 Also known as RUSRUS. The Stainwagon/DTF bloc includes, but is not limited to:
Against All Authorities
Darkness of Despair
SOLAR Alliance
Black Legion
DARKNESS.
Legio Astartes Arcanum
C0VEN
Atrocitas (defunct)
Others (including Rookie Empire, Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers)
 
2 This alleged agreement proposed non-intervention by Nulli Secunda whilst .-A-. reclaimed sovereignty over Catch from Mildly Intoxicated; in exchange, Nulli received sovereignty over KW-I6T. Against All Authorities alleges that this agreement was broken when Nulli Secunda forces aided Mildly Intoxicated during .-A-‘s attempt to recapture WLAR-J in Catch.
 
3 Deadzoning is the process in which access to a station is completely removed bar through a “third-party” holding corporation whose members have been instructed to bar all access to a station, thereby preventing access to assets for parties who previously occupied the station.
 
4 The N3/PL bloc includes, but is not limited to:
Pandemic Legion
Northern Coalition.
Nulli Secunda
The Kadeshi
Spaceship Samurai
Darkspawn. (disbanded)
The Unthinkables
Cult of War
WHY so Seri0Us
The East India Co.
Nexus Fleet
Fraternity
Pangu Coalition
Caladrius Alliance
Legion of xXDEATHXx
Others (including The Methodical Alliance, Moon Tribe, etc)
N3 Affiliated:
TEST Alliance
Insidious Empire (disbanding)
 
5 No contesting or assisting parties in defending sovereignty in a given region.
 
6 “Honourable Third Party” is an ironic reference to the stance which N3/PL pursued during the Fountain War in favour of TEST Alliance against the Goonswarm Federation.
 
7 Formal members of the CFC:
Goonswarm Federation
RAZOR Alliance
Get Off My Lawn
Tactical Narcotics Team
Fatal Ascension
Fidelas Constans
Spacemonkey’s Alliance
Li3 Federation
Circle-of-Two
Gentleman’s Agreement
Executive Outcomes
The Initiative
WALLTREIPERS ALLIANCE
CFC-affiliated (but not formal members):
Fweddit
Red Alliance
 
8 See 6.
 
9 “Big blue donut” refers to a hypothetical scenario in which the EVE universe map is dominated by entities allied (blue) to each other.
 
10 Provibloc includes, but is not limited to:
Curatores Veritatis Alliance
Volition Cult
Yulai Federation
Sev3rance
The Fourth District
TSOE Consortium
Apocalypse Now
Care Factor
 
11 The alleged incident involved several former and current members of Black Aces anchoring Sovereignty Blockade Units in Y-MPWL, Providence bloc’s only direct nullsec-highsec connection system. For more on Sovereignty Blockade Units and sovereignty mechanics, click here.

69 Comments

  1. Homophobic John

    Hmm… The footnotes I like. Though if they were footnotes with links to articles about the events, that would be better.

    February 12, 2014 at 13:11 Reply
    1. encyclopedia > unreadable crap 😛

      February 13, 2014 at 01:24 Reply
  2. ProviPerson

    Obligatory “Elite CVA Strike Force” was mostly not CVA. It was led by a VOLT FC too. Also your list of provibloc alliances is missing Silent Infinity, which ironically has more members than CVA.

    February 12, 2014 at 13:17 Reply
    1. Homophobic John

      You guys should incite a Provi civil-war. Overthrow the CVA overlords and send them back to the wretches from whence they came.

      February 12, 2014 at 13:21 Reply
      1. ProviPerson

        CVA has been bleeding members to pirate alliances and other provibloc holders for months now actually. There has been some rumblings. Coordination among Provi Holders also seems to be at an alltime low. I know some of them are running alliance-only ops, both subcap and cap at much higher rates than usual lately.

        February 12, 2014 at 13:23 Reply
        1. Providence and Proud

          There are bloc-wide fleets every night. All Provi holders have run alliance only ops for as long as I can remember but you could be right on the increase. Something has changed to make more Provi residents get into PvP. [cough]core[cough] Seems to me like the cohesion in Provi is better now than it has been in my memory at least.

          February 12, 2014 at 14:13 Reply
          1. Bandalon

            This. coalition-wide activity is better than ever which has allowed the region to make a nice showing up with non-kitchen sink doctrine fleets on a steady basis, a lot of this can be credited to corebloodbrothers, but also other fc’s.

            The numbers dont really justifiy some ppl refering to provi-bloc as CVA though, although they are still in a leadership position, the bulk of the numbers in fleets are usually provided by volt, although CVA is usually nr.2 or 3.

            Overall, i think the region is doing very good

            grtz,
            apoc grunt

            February 12, 2014 at 16:44
          2. ProviPerson

            Perhaps I stated it poorly. What I meant was that you are more likely to see more alliance-only ops than in the past, where it always seemed to be mixed groups. Also, I know more than a few people get annoyed that fleets where CVA does not have a majority presence are still referred to as CVA fleets, and Provi gets refered to as CVA and friends/pets when CVA makes up <25% of the population both in alliance numbers and fleet attendance. Couple this with the fact that CVA has been trying to hold numbers steady while other alliances, notably VOLT, have been growing by leaps and bounds makes constantly hearing non-provi residents go "Provi= CVA RPers" a little annoying. I guess the point of my post was to say that CVA does not call all the shots in Provi, so there's no need to "overthrow our CVA overlords" since they're not really overlords, they're just a leading member of the coalition. If CVA attempted to force something to be done without the backing of a majority of the bloc, it would not happen. Thankfully we all get along so that is essentially a non-issue.

            February 12, 2014 at 16:58
          3. Speedy

            Sad to hear CVA is stagnating even while the other Provi alliances are expanding. Unfortunately CVA seems to be controlled by a lot of bittervets who rarely log in anymore. Although I have a lot of respect for Equinox.

            February 12, 2014 at 17:38
          4. Speedy

            I hear Hidetoshi has left Providence again?

            February 12, 2014 at 17:33
          5. Booyeah

            Hidetoshi left months ago. And he was only in for like 2 weeks the last time.

            February 12, 2014 at 23:42
    2. Alison King

      Yes but you have republicov that brings your hole alliance down , hence probly why you was’nt mentioned
      .

      February 12, 2014 at 14:17 Reply
      1. Providence and Proud

        Did you mean whole or are you calling his alliance a hole?

        February 12, 2014 at 14:26 Reply
      2. peto

        first and foremost, Republicov Fc best Fc, Secondly, he is easily one of the most entertaining and enjoyable Fc to fly with.

        February 12, 2014 at 15:39 Reply
        1. Booyeah

          I would rather chop my dick off, pound it flat with a steak tenderizer and drop it into a lava pit before ever sitting in a republicov fleet again.

          February 12, 2014 at 23:37 Reply
          1. ProviPerson

            You must be quite the masochist.

            February 13, 2014 at 01:07
          2. Booyeah

            Consequence of high threshold for pain.

            February 13, 2014 at 01:34
  3. Eve reader but not player

    Great article

    February 12, 2014 at 13:33 Reply
  4. Alison King

    Y-MPWL, Providence bloc’s only direct nullsec-highsec connection system right of course it is , and the only reason hed was attacaked was for good fun, and x aaa lol you make me laugh

    February 12, 2014 at 13:34 Reply
    1. ProviPerson

      Didn’t you know? KBP7-G no longer has a gate to Dital. No more snickers on comms when people say the hi sec name. 🙁

      February 12, 2014 at 13:49 Reply
    2. garandras

      Well the guys that dropped the SBU’s were in Nuet corps awaiting their Apps for PL.. While still Bro’s to some BA members and fly togeather still they were not in -A-

      February 12, 2014 at 23:18 Reply
      1. Booyeah

        And you informed Provi of those ‘neut corps’ intentions’ to join PL, right? No? Then it’s not an excuse. Former -A-, flying with current -A-; That’s fucken -A-.

        February 12, 2014 at 23:45 Reply
        1. garandras

          CVA were claimnig them to be -A- alts.. we told them they werent, the duders said they werent.. the last SBU that went down actually had a PL ticketer.. Hell even BL dropped a SBU one time for lol’s

          February 13, 2014 at 02:43 Reply
  5. Dirk Action

    a good introductory article for new players on en24????

    where am i???????

    February 12, 2014 at 13:36 Reply
    1. Puchoco Voluspa

      I know right?! Someone’s fucking with the matrix!

      February 12, 2014 at 13:49 Reply
      1. shocking

        I swear, ever since Riverini has given up on writing EN24 has been slightly improving, ie. not being fail all the time. Could it be that Riv was in fact a reverse Midas?

        February 12, 2014 at 15:24 Reply
  6. meh

    Provibloc NEVER JOINED. Anyone believing that is a fool.

    February 12, 2014 at 13:43 Reply
    1. ProviPerson

      No one seems to believe that so I’ve given up saying so. I will confirm that if there was any coordination, no one in that fleet but the leaders knew about it, and they certainly faked surprise well when PL dropped.

      February 12, 2014 at 13:46 Reply
      1. Puchoco Voluspa

        No surprise was faked … It was all genuine. In fact fleet got the fuck out when PL entered system because welping that fleet wasn’t a priority that night.

        February 12, 2014 at 13:48 Reply
    2. garandras

      Well it didnt really say they joined.. it said they attacked HED-GP because your good friends in Black Aces =D both current and former like to harras Volt around Y-MP (conveintly a high sec gateway with a station in ESA to stage out of)

      February 12, 2014 at 23:14 Reply
    3. Terrible Name

      You know how you can tell Provi didn’t join in? Mittens doesn’t have fleets in Providence grinding SOV. The CFC is already deployed in the south and Im sure MIttens would love an excuse to part ways with the Russians before they take in much more territory.

      February 13, 2014 at 00:42 Reply
  7. NBSI

    Why would someone go NRDS on a region? What’s the point?

    February 12, 2014 at 14:12 Reply
    1. NRDS

      It allows new players and older players who are bored of making isk in high sec to come to somewhere in nullsec where they won’t immediately get killed. Why is Providence the most populated region? Because of NRDS. People consider Provi to be full of carebears but recently they’ve shown that like all good bears they have teeth and claws. Funnily enough, the majority of people in Provi like the NRDS side of things even though it makes things a bit more risky.

      February 12, 2014 at 15:35 Reply
      1. nice

        seems honorable cause to fight for

        February 12, 2014 at 16:12 Reply
      2. NRDS

        why not just blue your friends and kill the rest? Seems like ratter ganking paradise to me but ok

        February 12, 2014 at 16:46 Reply
        1. ProviPerson

          Most of the veterans or at least non-morons can usually figure out which neuts are legit neuts/noobs and which are hotdrop alts/pirates. By allowing neuts to come in without getting shot on sight it both allows more people to experience null sec, and actually helps our recruitment since many of them decide to become blue afterwards. Couple that with former reds joining because they got tired of the blue donut and we have decent growth.

          February 12, 2014 at 17:06 Reply
    2. Puchoco Voluspa

      Because it actually provides you with a list of hostiles longer than any NBSI alliance’s out there.

      February 12, 2014 at 16:11 Reply
    3. ProviPerson

      Because Provi NRDS has more reds in low sec/null sec than CFC or PL have neuts.

      February 12, 2014 at 16:46 Reply
    4. Provi Miner

      because the nuets draw reds like a magnet making hourly small gang pvp almost certian.

      February 12, 2014 at 16:55 Reply
    5. Terrible Name

      NBSI gives a powerful incentive to either murder or blue everyone in your region. Either way you eventually end up with a relatively stable power structure and not much opportunity for small scale PvP because your targets are either allied or dead.

      NRDS encourages small entities to join an area without worrying about large power blocks wiping them out just because they’re there. As a result, there are more small groups you can selectively red for PvP without running into alliance and coalition level conflicts. It provides a lot more opportunities for people to abuse the system, but it can reach a surprisingly stable equilibrium as there isn’t as strong an incentive to form large power blocks for protection that can lead to alliance and coalition warfare out in NBSI space.

      tl;dr NRDS encourages small gang, NBSI encourages coalition warfare. You pick which you prefer.

      February 13, 2014 at 00:36 Reply
    6. Fletch

      NBSI is no better. all the would be neutrals in the region are simply blue instead and thus no different.
      In fact the NRDS alliances have a lot more reds than anyone else in 00 sec space.
      It’s not normal to kill strangers for the sake of it and that’s the way it’s played in Provi.
      Good chance for young people to get their feet under the 00 table.
      What’s the point in being NBSI when everyone within 50 jumps of your own system is blue?

      February 13, 2014 at 08:02 Reply
  8. Woschdbrot

    Nice summary, especially with all the involved parties – but it would be better if you could include where the names of the several coalitions like DTF come from to help newer/less involved people. Good article!

    February 12, 2014 at 14:36 Reply
  9. GSection

    Indeed, nice write up

    February 12, 2014 at 15:41 Reply
  10. curious

    article has some minor mistakes but in general it is a very good summary.

    February 12, 2014 at 16:34 Reply
  11. Daniel Grist

    Is calling SOLAR fleet SOLAR alliance annoying anyone else? Very good article though.

    February 12, 2014 at 16:55 Reply
    1. Um

      Last I checked it was an alliance…

      February 12, 2014 at 17:37 Reply
      1. Homophobic John

        Last anybody checked the name was “SOLAR Fleet”. Though you could call it the SOLAR Fleet alliance if you really wanted.

        February 12, 2014 at 20:22 Reply
  12. Provi Miner

    wow someone should tell kbp it is not a direct link to highsec. I keep hearing that cva was working with pl in hed, thats not the story we are hearing in provi, this story has PL taking advantage of cva ops, not in conjunction, just opportunism. besides more provi bat phones are linked to BL than anywhere else.

    February 12, 2014 at 16:56 Reply
  13. Joshua Blue

    HBC was not a precursor to N3/PL. PL existed long before HBC and none of the N3 founding members were in TEST. Please do your research. http://themittani.com/features/n3-coalition-introduction

    February 12, 2014 at 19:55 Reply
    1. Terrible Name

      I think the point was that HBC was the precursor to the N3/PL coalition, not the forerunner of their individual alliances. The HBC brought PL, N3 and Test together as a coalition, and even though it later dissolved and Test no longer exists as a meaningful nullsec entity, N3 and PL are still working together.

      Basically, please do your reading comprehension.

      February 13, 2014 at 00:24 Reply
      1. Joshua Blue

        “N3/PL was formed following the collapse of the HBC in 2013” – No, N3 and PL worked together long before the collapse of the HBC – for example in removing Solar from drone space. Nothing wrong with my reading comprehension. The author simply hasn’t done his research.

        February 13, 2014 at 01:23 Reply
        1. Noisrevbus

          It’s still a question of semantics, and wether the author refers to NCdot, N3, PL, the relationship between NCdot and PL or the popular names used to describe the super-coalitions of the Halloween War (N3PL and CFCRUS).

          One would assume the latter, though you clearly did not.

          Also, in trying to find examples to argue your assumed point (of the author errenously referring to the relationship between NCdot and PL) and only going back as far as you do, you are not really strengthening your position.

          February 13, 2014 at 11:11 Reply
      2. whoa there

        yea ur wrong terrible name, n3 and hbc were not in any way aligned until long after n3 had taken dronelands. at best they shared contempt for Goons

        February 13, 2014 at 10:54 Reply
  14. DrkyDrky

    IVP-KA
    http://evemaps.dotlan.net/map/Cache/IVP-KA

    This lone system in Cache will likely be the next strategic location that will ultimately determine the fate for N3PL’s entire holding in drone-lands. Simply because RUSRUS can use it as a foothold to launch an massive assault on drone lands. Also while the Botl0rd agreement prohibits CFC from giving direct staging point access to RUSRUS, it doesn’t say anything about ones that RUSRUS already owns.

    Currently, SOLAR is in control.

    February 12, 2014 at 22:58 Reply
  15. DrkyDrky

    Really bad timing on N3PL’s part on throwing their former allies (Ex. Whys0) under the bus. All RUSRUS has to do is offer them a sweet deal to jump on the stainwagon to help attack N3PL. Pretty sure N3PL’s former allies would be happy to have an opporunity to have revenge against their ex-masters.

    February 12, 2014 at 23:07 Reply
    1. Terrible Name

      Except those alliances are being kicked for low fleet participation in the Halloween War. Offering them a ‘sweet deal’ to fight N3PL would be a losing proposition for RUSRUS, because they were kicked for not showing up to war fleets in the first place

      February 13, 2014 at 00:20 Reply
      1. DrkyDrky

        Interestingly, an alliance or a corporation often becomes overwhelmingly active after a slap in the face. And for the alliances that got kicked, they will most likely want blood of their former masters.

        RUSRUS has little to lose, all they have to do is offer one constellation or even better, only one system for them to switch over, with promise for additional systems/constellations depending on their performance.

        So for every member of ex-N3PL fighting against them, it becomes a double whammy. N3PL not only lost someone who would fight for them, but that they will have to deal with more enemy. Something that N3PL simply cannot afford given their current situation.

        February 13, 2014 at 01:59 Reply
        1. dichzor

          -a- might recruit some of those.. people. Some russian speaking ones will probably get into dd as well… I severely doubt anyone would be insane enough to take any of their idiotic corp leaders.. meaning, individual members who participate adequately will probably get recruited, but no corps.. at least i hope not.. oh god please no, anything but that.

          February 13, 2014 at 11:11 Reply
  16. garandras

    11 The alleged incident involved several former and current members of Black Aces anchoring Sovereignty Blockade Units in Y-MPWL, Providence bloc’s only direct nullsec-highsec connection system. For more on Sovereignty Blockade Units and sovereignty mechanics, click here.
    yeah dropping SBU’s to draw out a fight was fun.
    Was funny that they were always dropped by Members who were in a nutral corp awaiting their Apps for PL.

    Was also quite funny watching Volt put 50dudes onto a sbu that is onlining and not have enoguh dps to top it

    February 12, 2014 at 23:10 Reply
  17. Pipo

    Why you always forget Silent infinity? 🙁

    We are the 2nd largest alliance in provibloc after Volt… We are 4 times more than Care Factor which you named! :p

    February 12, 2014 at 23:49 Reply
    1. Booyeah

      Size isn’t something AFK and VOLT should be proud of, it just means you’re bloated with non-contributing carebears.

      February 13, 2014 at 01:37 Reply
      1. ProviPerson

        They included TSOE in the list. PVP participation/not carebearing obviously wasn’t a factor in being listed.

        February 13, 2014 at 04:46 Reply
  18. briancnelson

    Very scholarly. You could simply have stated “N3/PL were shitlords and everyone else decided to do something about it” and been approximately as informative~

    BTW, now that Nexus Fleet is irrelevant, and Nulli is falling apart, aren’t they more like N/PL? It even pronounces easy. “The Nipple Bloc”

    February 13, 2014 at 02:38 Reply
  19. I lul'd

    “an elite CVA strike force”

    February 13, 2014 at 10:52 Reply
  20. RA dude

    DD leadership has stated on public forum that their main reason for war was giving their members something epic to do instead of carebearing and roamings. And before starting the war, they considered both CFC and N3PL as possible enemies and had diplomatic contacts with both sides to decide. It just happened that N3PL seemed a bit less reliable and willing to go to war at that time than CFC. Historical negative relations probably played some role, but I got the impression they weren’t the decisive factor.

    Also, Darkspawn are now under their ticker again after disbanding, so they are still active members of N3PL block.

    >SOLAR was ejected forcibly from their ancestral homeland in the Drone Regions (namely the Cache, Insmother and Outer Passage regions)
    Did you just say Insmother is SOLAR’s ancestral homeland? Hell no, it’s ours. C-J6MT = Red Alliance.

    February 13, 2014 at 13:17 Reply
  21. Gr4vity

    Quote N3 members without Nexus ….
    And i’m not a nexus man
    And if you want call each members of each coalition do it, don’t stop after 5 names …

    February 13, 2014 at 18:16 Reply
    1. N3 Shiptoaster

      Nexus Fleet are carebears and have terrible leadership

      February 15, 2014 at 17:55 Reply
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