Since many people didn’t like my original suggestion, I have changed it to the following:
Anyway, another idea I considered which may work better is a sort of standing system with the Triglavians like everybody else. If the Triglavians do know a lot about us, then they’d know we can swap sides, even to theirs. So my suggestion is a sort of standing system which can be gained by proving yourself in the Triglavian Arena which you can access. The more times you win, the more standing you get. You would start on negative standing, but you can work your way into positive standings, and when you reach an adequate standing, you would get a device (you cannot sell this, but you can take it off of your ship) which is fitted to your ship, allowing you to teleport into a Triglavian system whenever you want, wherever you want, which would be patrolled by Triglavian ships and would have a series of space stations where you can dock. Here you could find agents and other mission-related things, and find a store for Triglavian items using Loyalty Points (they would be at high prices), and you could do these missions as part of a ‘Triglavian Storyline’ to earn standings, equipment, Triglavian stuff and so on. Essentially you could play for the Triglavians. However, if you go back down to negative standing, the guards in the system would attack you on sight, and if you decided it’s a good idea to use that device on negative standings it could end up being “deactivated” and therefore cause damage to your ship upon attempting to use it. You would be unable to use the device if you were in combat with an NPC or player recently. Rewards would include anything from simple items slightly better than what you’d find outside of that area, to special Abyssal items or even ships / skillbooks (the rewards would depend on the difficulty of the missions; and all missions would be difficult due to the nature of the rewards you get.
And how would NPCs react to all your standings? The guard NPCs I already explained, but the NPCs you find in Triglavian systems would cease to attack you, as I said, but Abyssal Deadspace Triglavians which you can find with the filaments would still attack you. If they didn’t it would be rather stupid anyway.
So what do you think of this? Better than my original idea?