It’s been three months since Minmatar defeated the hateful Amarr to claim the warzone (end of May). I’ve been taking a break from EVE so apologies for the lack of updates. So what’s been going on in that time? Did Amarr push back and reclaim their systems?
The overall story is one of Minmatar dominion with Minmatar still holding 95% of the warzone 1 month on. We have seen 4 key systems fall back into the hands of the Amarr though:
July 22nd - Huola: this is now well defended
July 22nd - Kamela: the Minmatar are pushing back here and look set to claim it again soon.
July 27th - Sosala
August 15th - Sahtogas
By accounts of the warriors I’ve spoken to, the first three systems fell when the Minmatar were largely still celebrating their victory, vacationing in Pator and went down quietly. Sahtogas was more of a fight and has re-awoken the Minmatar to push back. Except these systems to return to Minmatar hands in the near future.
The Gallenete / Caldari warzone paints a different picture with Gallenete failing to secure their warzone and now the Caldari making a signifiant push back in the other direction. The warzone now stands at 60/40 to the Gallenete and with Caldari Navy Wasps selling for 12% more than Federation Navy hammerheads, the Caldari State have the financial backing to continue to push against the Federation.
How can I help
YOU can help the Minmatar to secure the warzone and push out both Amarr and pirate factions. Even industrialists can help. Here’s how:
Join us. Join the Minmatar militia solo or join a FW corp..
Donate. Send ISK to DrButterfly PHD with a mail to say what it’s for and I’ll ensure it’s used to supply ships to Minmatar fighters.
Buy Minmatar. Buying Minmatar faction ships, modules, ammo and drones helps support all Minmatar fighters and encourages others to join the fight.
Trade in Rens. Helping to establish Rens as a trade hub makes it easier and cheaper for Minmatar fleets to equip their pilots.
Stay informed and tell others. Watch http://evewarfare.com and this forum for updates on the progress of the war.