an idea for getting All Day Long Campers out of an NPC station in LS or NS.
Could a type of Eviction from NPC Station be added to EVE?
Requirements to “Request an Eviction”:
~ The person Requesting an Eviction would need high standings with the NPC Corp that owns the structure that the camper is staying in.
~ An amount of ISK or PLEX to pe paid, more ISK/PLEX = more days of eviction from NPC Station.
~ The person getting an eviction notice would have a short time to undock or log out.
~ If the evicted person logs back in after logging out in the station, this character would immediately be kicked from the NPC station if the eviction warning timer had ended.
~ The Eviction Notice would be valid at only one station in one system.
~ Major NPC Market Hubs not included. There could be other NPC Station exemptions that I am not thinking of.
~ The Evictee’s Standings with the NPC Corp should have some counter effect. In a way where evictee’s high standings with the NPC Corp can negate the request before ISK/PLEX can be deducted from the character making the request.
~ The Evictee should have some type of Asset Recovery option in case of a long term lockout , or a maximum amount of eviction days. Maybe some ability like a Contract to transfer items to another character.
The opposite should be the case: EVE needs MORE NPC stations so that people can focus on inspace violence and not on how safe their toys are until the next day or two. NPC stations allow you to have fun without having to worry about that some blob prevents you from doing that the next day. They are also much better at removing ISK from the game than structures which keep ISK in the game, and they are not nearly as safe as structures for ongrid action.
Overall, NPC stations are superior to structures and the game would benefit from more of them.
No, your idea isn’t complete. Why not get rid of structures altogether, everywhere? No more docking. You log off? Too bad, your ships will be floating in space until you log back on, susceptible to theft and destruction. Your fault, should’ve stayed logged in.
It’s not even like…a single titan’s worth? And there’s somewhere like 20,000-30,000 of those in the game?
Overall I’m actually pretty poor compared to a lot of my friends, but then against I haven’t touched PvE since roughly 2011, and most of my money came from killing other players (or having them pay me).
Money is meaningless. The biggest thing I fly is a Hyperion, or sometimes a faction battleship.