Who are we?
-we are a group of introverts. Most of us are in the 30-50 range. We are all comfortable being and working alone but we like to have friends to be alone with.
What do we do?
-we embrace all aspects of the game though we are tilted towards industry. As a member, you’re free to do whatever you’d like, participate in group activities as much or as little as you’d like.
Where do we live?
-our home is in a very quiet, secluded part of high sec. there are many amenities including level 1-4 missions, ice mining, research, refining, manufacturing, and 6 clone bays in our home pocket. We also have good PI in nearby lowsec.
Where are we going?
-our long term goal is to join a null or wormhole alliance as their industrial producer. We are looking to become a fully contained unit, complete with invention alts, Jump freighter pilots, cyno and PI alts, and miners and manufacturers. Even after moving to null, we will retain our high sec base as a T2 BPC factory, training ground, and haven for members that don’t want the rigors of null living.
How are we funded?
-a 3% tax on pirate bounties. Also, we have optional ops once a week or so but they’re not required.
What can we offer you?
-moon mining coming soon. Free mining crsystals and boosting charges. Jump freighter and hauling pilots in Corp. orca boosters in Corp. sweet buyback program, Corp will buy almost anything from you at good rates and 90% of the profits from our buyback program are reinvested back into our members in various ways. Comms are provided but not required. We have knowledgeable leaders that have a passion to teach and grow new players. We are patient and will let you grow at your own pace. Fitting and PI help are provided. We can refine your ore for free and you can request blue print copies from our library for free.
What do we expect from you?
-pretty simple really, don’t be a douche.
How can you contact us?
-reply to this thread, join our public channel (T.H.E. Public), send me an in game mail, or hop on our discord server and say hello. Here’s a link: