"EVE Online" Military Arc Guide: Cash Flow For Capsuleers (5 & 6)

Updated on February 28, 2019
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Cash Flow For Capsuleers (5 of 10)

Cash Flow For Capsuleers (5 of 10)
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Objectives

"Meet up with the pirate at the repair outpost. Follow his instructions then report back to your agent."

Enemies (Caldari)

  • Group 1: 1 x Asan Ikkaa

Total Bounty: 7,875 Isk

Overview

Mission 5 in the Military career arc isn't so much a combat mission as it is one that tries to introduce you to additional possibilities when it comes to performing missions, specifically, who you are doing them for. You won't need anything special for this mission so just grab the combat ship you have been using thus far and warp out to the encounter bookmark with it.

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Arriving at the repair outpost.Firing on Asan IkkaaThe mission area from a zoomed out perspective.
Arriving at the repair outpost.
Arriving at the repair outpost. | Source
Firing on Asan Ikkaa
Firing on Asan Ikkaa | Source
The mission area from a zoomed out perspective.
The mission area from a zoomed out perspective. | Source

Once you arrive at the encounter you will receive a prompt window from the pirate you are to meet up with. The message essentially explains how players, if they so choose, can work for the pirate factions as opposed to the empire ones, or do both even if they can manage their standings right. While pursuing pirate agents and completing their missions are often more profitable than their empire counterparts, you can only ever find these agents in low and null security systems, making just operating in the space they exist in, dangerous and ill-advised early in to the game.

For now, your only real task left here is to take out the pirate who orbits in space. Generally, this ship takes so long to respond to your attacks, that it is entirely possible to kill it outright before it even fires upon you. All that's left after is to collect your mission rewards.

Rewards:

  • + 0.1257 % corporation standing
  • 1 x Shield Management (skill book)
  • 66,000 Isk bonus (1 hours, 8 mins)
  • Resistance modules (depends on faction, granted)
    • Amarr: 1 x Civilian Photon Scattering Field
    • Caldari: 1 x Civilian Ballistic Deflection Field
    • Gallente: 1 x Civilian Heat Dissipation Field
    • Minmatar: 1 x Civilian Explosion Dampening Field

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Cash Flow For Capsuleers (6 of 10)

Cash Flow For Capsuleers (6 of 10)
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Objectives

"Destroy Tahamar's Outpost. You will find it in the final room of the complex."

Enemies (Caldari)

  • Room 1:
    • Group 1: Pithi Imputor x 3
      Spawns group 3 when destroyed
    • Group 2: Pithi Arrogator x 1
      Spawns group 4
    • Group 3: Pithi Arrogator x 5
    • Group 4: Pithi Arrogator x 3
  • Room 2:
    Groups 1 & 2 spawn upon attacking the outpost.
    • Group 1: Tahamar's Defense Sentry x 2
    • Group 2: Pithi Arrogator x 2

Total Bounty: 84,250 Isk

Overview

By this point in the career arc you should be well set up for these general combat missions, this one being no different from the ones previously, just progressively more advanced and with more enemies. In the case of mission 6 of Cash Flow for Capsuleers, there will be a couple rooms separated by acceleration gates.

After passing through the entry acceleration gate that takes you into the first room of the mission, you will taken to an area of space where you are in the middle of a box like structure formed by many smaller buildings. You can engage enemies here at will without much fear of reprise considering this room's weak nature, but they all have to be cleared before proceeding through the next gate. Groups 1 & 2 as listed above start spawned in this room and aggro you as you enter.

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The first room of the mission with the box like space structure.Destroying the outpost.Focusing fire on the sentry guns.
The first room of the mission with the box like space structure.
The first room of the mission with the box like space structure.
Destroying the outpost.
Destroying the outpost.
Focusing fire on the sentry guns.
Focusing fire on the sentry guns.

The next room is the final one for this mission, containing Tahamar's Outpost which is your objective here. It can be destroyed pretty easily, however will spawn a pair of weak pirate ships and a pair of significantly more dangerous sentry turrets. These turrets should be your primary target as soon as they spawn, making sure to have all your weapons focus fire on one at a time as they can not only do some serious damage to you, but can take a bit of a beating before popping themselves. If you have your afterburner equipped, now would be an excellent time to activate it and pull into a close orbit around the turrets to give them a harder time tracking you. Once those turrets are dealt with, the 2 pirate ships should be easily plowed, leaving this mission completed.

On a final note, the computer may give you a warning about leaving alone the contraband that can potentially drop out of the outpost. In most cases, I have not found anything illegal from the drops here myself, but even if there is, you can easily loot it, then dock with a station within the solar system by warping to 0 and docking quickly to avoid any ramifications. In general the difficulty and chances of getting caught with them occurs at stargates, where the empire ships routinely scan you and will fine your character if such items are found. So just don't try to move them between systems until you've taken the time to learn more about proper smuggling.

Rewards:

  • + 0.2837 % corporation standing
  • 1 x Limited Ocular Filter
  • 151,000 Isk bonus (2 hours, 34 mins)

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      • David Conklin profile image

        David Conklin 

        2 years ago

        "rooms"?!? In space? So, I kill groups 1&2--now what? Where do I go? How will I know it? What will I see? Where is it? Why are people so afraid of helping out?

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        xXMuroXx 

        5 years ago

        Didn't notice the giant asteroid field there in a beginner system which makes it a miners dream. Ganking is deemed a banable offense in beginner systems. The mission doesn't have a timer so as long as you don't complete it you can mine free of worry. The belt regenerates after downtime. I think the ore total is like 140mil. Ideal for mining corporations. Pagiocase, Pyroxeres, Veldspar, and sometimes scordite (depending on where you are).

        The basic idea for mining corporations is that everyone in the corp helps mine the belts once a day once per member. 10 members is 1.4billion isk per day multiply by 365 (if you no life it) which equals roughly 511 billion isk. 451 billion if you buy everyone's plex for the year. 451 billion is equivalent to 18,000 Us dollars. (Conditions for calculation: $20 a plex 1plex=500,000,000 isk, 2 plex $40 Us or 1bil isk, 40*450=$18,000) 45bil per person even split.

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