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Dual static for C4's

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#1 - 2014-08-25 09:26:26 UTC
This is NOT feedback or discussion about the subject. This is merely an attempt at filling the last blanks in our list.

Since we dont need the list anymore we are making it public. We have mapped about 70% but need contributions for the last 30%. This is also a aid to Siggy, Tripwire and other mappers to update their info in preperation for Hyperion.

I also hope this will contribute towards corps and alliances who are sitting on the fence or find c5's more difficult to fight in with the new spawn mechanics to reconsider c4 space as a good place to live. So please jump in and contribute with knowledge or grab what you need.

If .... decide to not understand the difference between this post and the sticky or dont like links in posts You can also use the link in my sig to get to the list.
#2 - 2014-08-25 09:32:30 UTC
+1 for the solid effort put in to record this data.

If you are in a position to send through data to help this guy please do so. Also please respect the OP's request on no discussion in the thread, there are other avenues for that.
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#3 - 2014-08-25 11:31:15 UTC
Is it constellation based like all other classes?
If not, am disappoint CCP.

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#4 - 2014-08-25 11:42:09 UTC
Jack Miton wrote:
Is it constellation based like all other classes?
If not, am disappoint CCP.


First static (old) is region based. New is bound to constellation. We had several samples in our pool of scanned system that confirmed this common trait on sisi
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#5 - 2014-08-25 13:35:38 UTC
Impressive. +1 for the good work.

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#6 - 2014-08-25 13:43:15 UTC  |  Edited by: HerrBert
Jack Miton wrote:
Is it constellation based like all other classes?
If not, am disappoint CCP.


Everytime you talk in a Cala-post from now on you have to start with:

I m sorry.


and great job, i see some interesting holes :)


156 - C2/C1 <--- This hole.... this hole is not gonna go places ...

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#7 - 2014-08-25 13:50:58 UTC
HerrBert wrote:
Jack Miton wrote:
Is it constellation based like all other classes?
If not, am disappoint CCP.


Everytime you talk in a Cala-post from now on you have to start with:

I m sorry.


and great job, i see some interesting holes :)


156 - C2/C1 <--- This hole.... this hole is not gonna go places ...


Well, if calaretu didn't get evicted from that c6, he never would have gone to c4 space...
#8 - 2014-08-25 13:55:45 UTC
Borsek wrote:
HerrBert wrote:
Jack Miton wrote:
Is it constellation based like all other classes?
If not, am disappoint CCP.


Everytime you talk in a Cala-post from now on you have to start with:

I m sorry.


and great job, i see some interesting holes :)


156 - C2/C1 <--- This hole.... this hole is not gonna go places ...


Well, if calaretu didn't get evicted from that c6, he never would have gone to c4 space...


Not true. Very offtopic, but we we're actually moving out anyway. And we first went to 5-5 :P If you want to continue this talk just join our pubchannel :) so we can keep this thread on topic (at least until the dusettes arrive)
#9 - 2014-08-25 14:20:15 UTC
So much for the "mystery" of W-space

Thanks Cal Big smile
#10 - 2014-08-25 14:49:39 UTC
I gotta admit I'm totally lost. I get the region number but are the 3 digits the last three of the J number?
#11 - 2014-08-25 15:00:18 UTC
Constellation
#12 - 2014-08-25 15:45:20 UTC
Ah,

well I can tell you R19 C176 is C4/C6
#13 - 2014-08-25 16:04:52 UTC
Derath Ellecon wrote:
Ah,

well I can tell you R19 C176 is C4/C6



That is odd. Couse j150637 (c176 r19) had a c3 as second static when I scanned it on sisi. What was the id of the wh you scanned?
#14 - 2014-08-25 16:09:51 UTC  |  Edited by: Derath Ellecon
calaretu wrote:
Derath Ellecon wrote:
Ah,

well I can tell you R19 C176 is C4/C6



That is odd. Couse j150637 (c176 r19) had a c3 as second static when I scanned it on sisi. What was the id of the wh you scanned?



Oops, i had a typo. R19/C178
#15 - 2014-08-25 16:23:02 UTC
Nice. Updated
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#16 - 2014-08-26 03:00:44 UTC
Awesome job with this!

I have converted it and applied it to the test version of Tripwire (Galileo).

I will be also applying it to Tripwire during Hyperion patch.

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#17 - 2014-08-26 11:51:28 UTC
Constellation 166 got a new C2 static.
#18 - 2014-08-26 13:00:38 UTC
TomyLobo wrote:
Constellation 166 got a new C2 static.


Someone else told me that constellation got a c3 static. Was it a n766 or L335 you found?
#19 - 2014-08-26 13:14:57 UTC
calaretu wrote:
TomyLobo wrote:
Constellation 166 got a new C2 static.


Someone else told me that constellation got a c3 static. Was it a n766 or L335 you found?


I'm curious if the concept of statics by constellation holds true. If Tripwire built out the DB updates from that data then it may not be, as the first 2 C4's so far report the wrong statics in tripwire.
#20 - 2014-08-26 13:32:53 UTC
The ones I have seen so far holds true. But give a answer here if you find errors. Need constellation and type of wormhole. People might confuse static with frig whs
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