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Last edited on 2015-02-02 07:44:31 by CaptBoemer
7 x Frigate (scramble + webbed!!!)
7 x Frigate

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Edited on 2014-05-20 16:20:38 by ErikKalkoken
Warp in cloaked and start orbiting the Tactical Command Post at max range (e.g. 65 km) and top speed. When you are at full speed and well away from the warp in beacon (this gives you enough time to warp off in case you get jumped by a WT) de-cloak and activate your afterburner. After you reached full speed with afterburner lock up your target and start shooting. The battleships will not be able to hit you anymore and you can take down your target with ease.

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Edited on 2014-05-19 13:00:51 by ErikKalkoken
Distance: 60-65km
4 x Battleship (Federation Covinus / Navis Longa / Proktar)
Distance: 60km (to be verified)
4 x Battleship

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Edited on 2014-05-19 11:40:05 by ErikKalkoken
It will arrive when the Command Post's armor is down to 50%. Aggro on arrival.
This will arrive after a few minutes. Aggro on arrival.

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Edited on 2014-05-19 11:37:58 by ErikKalkoken
======Dead Men Tell No Tales, Level 4======
Faction: Gallente Federation
Mission type: Encounter
Space type: Deadspace with gate
Damage dealt: Kinetic/Thermal
Extras: Sensor Damping
Web/scramble: None
Recommended damage dealing: Therm, Kinetic
Recommended ships: Manticore (sniper fit with sensor boosters to counter sensor damping, [[ example fitting]])
====Single Pocket====
Aggro from all ships on warp in.
Distance: 60km (to be verified)
4 x Battleship
===Reinforcement Wave===
This will arrive after a few minutes. Aggro on arrival.
Distance: 30-60km (to be verified)
7 x Frigate
2 x Battlecruiser
2 x Battleship
Kill the [[ Gallente Tactical Command Post]] and the mission is complete. (Distance 64km at warp in, it has 40K EHP)
Here is an attempt for a template. Remember not everything is used in some missions. But at least follow the formatting. For an example click on: MissionExample
======Title, Level (in H1)======
(Code: ""{{lastedit show="2"}}"")
If applicable: =====Part x of y (in H2)=====
(in pages with several parts, like kidnappers strike)
Faction: The faction of the opponent(s)
Mission type: Encounter / Mining / Courier (Note, pure courier missions are reported in CourierMissions. But they might be reported if part of a multipart mission)
Space type: Deadspace (mwd does not work) / Normal space (mwd does work) with or without gates
Damage dealt: Kin/therm/em/exp (major first)
Extras: Nos/damp/jam/tracking disruption (and list the ships if someone is worse than others)
Web/scramble: List the ships that web/scramble.
Recommended damage dealing: kin/therm/em/exp
Recommended ship classes: ""Class 1, Class 2, Class 3"" (Setups and ships will not be included. That can be added in the comment section)
Recommended generic setup: sniper/multi range/close combat, light/normal/heavy tank.
====Pocket # or Single Pocket (in H3)====
Details about what's in the pocket. Use "warp-in" instead of pocket if you warp directly into it without a gate.
===Group # if more than 1 (in H4)===
Group information, like distance and behavior (aggro). Short information can also be put in the header.
Ship listing. Simplest is often the best, by just notifying about special ships.
If you're going to include a list then I suggest using full names for the classtypes to avoid confusion. Like Battleship instead of BS, Battlecruiser instead of BC and Interceptor instead of Inty. I've also used ship databases to see if an elite cruiser is an Heavy Assault Cruiser (a lot of damage, but no special features) or an EW cruiser. (Standard damage and special features like damp).
4x Battleships (Gist Nephilim)
6x Battlecruisers (Gistatis Praefectus/Legatus) <-- To show there's a mix of ships that might be different from mission to mission.
2x Interceptors (Angel Viper/Webifier)
==Blitz (In H5)==
Blitz information if any
==Structures (in H5)==
Any info about loot from structures
==Mineable Asteroid info (in H5)==
Info if there are any special asteroids worth mentioning.
==Tip: (in H5)==
- Put tips and hints into lists.
- Like this
- Longer explanations, should be placed in the comment.
Then add a category, for example:

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The oldest known version of this page was created on 2014-05-18 12:29:22 by ErikKalkoken [Cloned from MissionTemplate]
R and L Electronics has a FTDX1200
YAESU FTDX1200, FTDX-1200 FT-DX1200, HF/6m 100W TRANSCEIVER w/4.3
RandL has link to Manufacturer info on the FTDX1200 here.
R&L has a link to the Eham review on the FTDX1200 here.
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