Your Undivided Attention - Eve Online Mission Guide

Updated on October 8, 2012

This guide and video walkthrough will cover the Advanced Military Career arc mission, Your Undivided Attention in the video game MMO, Eve Online. Within you will find information on completing the mission objectives along with rewards and any other relevant details. This is the third in a chain of ten missions.


"Find the fleeing pirate and activate your Civilian Warp Disruptor on him, preventing an escape. You are authorized to kill any escort vessels that you see, but not the primary target."

Enemies (Caldari)

  • Room 1:
    • Group 1: Fleeing Pirate x 1, Guristas Rookie x2 (6k)
      Do not fire on the Fleeing Pirate. The Rookies must be taken out before disrupting your target, or else they will leave the area.

Total Bounty: 6,000 Isk

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In Your Undivided attention, you will be introduced to the basics of warp disrupting with another special task without real combat, type of mission. If unfamiliar with the many aspects behind the different modules that are involved and how they interact with each other, make sure to take the time to read the mission briefing as it goes pretty in-depth about the subject.

In this particular mission however, you will only be utilizing the Warp Disruptor module, which is a targeted device meant to lock down an enemy ship by preventing it from warping away. These tools are commonly used in gang and fleet warfare, especially pirates who wish to attack other players in low sec. Scramblers which are a similar device and used in the very same manner, up the strength of the warp disruption, negating the use of single warp stabilizer modules and Micro Warp Drives, themselves used to negate disruption, but half the range.

Some of the challenges with using a disruptor or scrambler come in the forms of having to deal with a potentially armed and angry target along with having to keep them within the effective distance of the device, which ships can attempt to outrun with Afterburners or regular engines if having relied previously on a now disabled MWD for extra propulsion. For this reason people who fit ships to lock down others, or "Tacklers" as they are commonly referred to, not only fit webifiers to slow down their prey, but propulsion upgrades of their own to keep their own speeds up and almost always work with other players in gangs to quickly overwhelm single targets.

This mission itself however, will barely skim how complex the use of these devices can get and the abilities of the more advanced forms of warp disruption. Here you will simply be requested to enable your Warp Disruption module on a specific enemy ship, the Fleeing Pirate. Equip either the civilian disruptor or a regular variant, since any disruptor will do, and warp out to the mission location to find your target.

When you arrive at the mission location, you'll find the Fleeing Pirate guarded by a pair of rookie pirates. You can kill off the guards, but must not shoot the Fleeing Pirate himself. Also, if you do want to kill those ships, make sure to do so before disrupting him or else they will warp away immediately without you being able to claim their very small bounty. You'll have to be within 20km of the target for the disruptor to work on him, but once you activate the module on him and start disrupting his drive, you'll get a message of surrender and the objective completed.


  • + 0.2122 % corporation standing
  • 1 x Civilian Warp Disruptor (Granted)
  • 43,000 Isk
  • 58,000 Isk bonus (1 hours, 56 minutes)

<-- Previous Mission: Angel of Mercy
--> Next Mission: A Friend in Need

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