Aegis Reforged [AEGRF] is looking for some quality folks to bolster our ranks; allow
me to help you get to know us. I’m Cephelange (“seff”), lead recruiter for Aegis, and looking for capsuleers that would be a good fit for us, and vice versa.
We’re a new corporation formed from a small core of veterans and fresh meat alike. The corp is a member of the Already Replaced [AARP.] alliance. Like us, they have a firm belief in real life (RL) taking precedence over pixel starships. We joined them after long talks between their leadership and ours, deciding that their outlook and culture were a good fit for us.
So, what can we provide? Honestly, as a corp, we’re still growing, so initially, we can provide you a group of folks you enjoy spending time in voice chat with, and blowing up internet spaceships with (whether it’s someone else’s or your own remains to be seen). Our primary focuses are PvP and PvE, and being a part of a sovereignty holding nullsec alliance grants us access to that content in spades. There are PvP fleets almost daily, often multiple per day. The space we control and support has combat sites aplenty. There’s also opportunities for industry and mining, if that’s your gig.
Which leads me to the next subject: what do we expect from you? We need you to be active; not necessarily every day, but we don’t want you to just be a name on our corporation roster. Your character must be able to fly combat ships to support our corp, our alliance, and our coalition allies. We have some very good space to live in, and that’s only because everyone contributes to its defense and support.
If you’re in game and undocked, be in voice comms; you don’t necessarily need to speak, but you need to be able to listen for information, or fleet commands. (Spoilers: this is pretty common no matter what political entity you wind up being a part of in nullsec.) Speaking of fleet commands and contributing to defense: if you’re online and in the game, and a defense fleet is called, hop into it. This is our space - we all have to contribute to maintaining it…
“But,” you say, “you said real life takes precedence!” That’s true, and it does; if you don’t have time to possibly be involved in a fleet, dock up and log out. If you know or expect you may be gone for an extended time, let us know. Communication and transparency help solve a lot of issues before they even get close to becoming problems.
If I haven’t killed your interest after presenting you all of that, then please feel free to drop me an in game mail or respond to this post, and we can arrange a time to talk. If not, then fly safe, and good luck on your corp search.