Null Security

Greetings o/

My question is: is Null Sec only for PvP and Ganking, and have to join a Null Sec corporation or don’t bother going to Null?
Is that true?

Thank you.

Anyone can attack you without consequence. Solo mostly only makes sense as a day trip or if you actively seeking pvp. Other than that you are better off finding a dedicated null group to join.

Thank you.

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Null sec can be everything PvP and PvE related given and limited my the local resources there . You don’t actually have to be in a corporation that lives there to do stuff . On your own you can do exploration there for example (take an Astero, CovOp, t3c) , ratting (sneak a cloaked PvE ship there -via wh, filament an uncamped route at a time-, doesn’t necessarily has to be cov op cloaked, as most of the time some systems are just empty, and this for sure will p* off the locals :joy:) , go try PvP solo or in a gang via filaments or just normal travel, sneak in a gas huffing Prospect if they have a gas nebula, etc. There are risks involved , but if done correctly it will work out. There are also the NPC nullsec regions with normal NPC stations and NPC sov , which are a bit more approachable , some more or less than others. You can check these on dotlan.

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Null has better rewards for pve, industry, etc.

Also imo null is SAFER than highsec. Why? Because you know who your enemies are for the most part and you can attack first.

In highsec if you see a hostile then you can’t attack them first unless you wardec them or want to be concorded. In null you can strike first and kill them. Standings are set so you know mostly for sure who is friendly and who is not whereas in highsec anyone can be your enemy.

This is a great explanation of the types of activities. Try not to be constrained by the “norms” of the way things appear to be done and set out your own course - try out different play styles and join different groups if you want to. It’s good to know what to expect and the EVE UNI websites and EVE ONLINE support pages can be useful also in that regard.

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