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EVE Online Forum » Jita (General) » Limited Engagement battles - Dueling coming to EVE Online

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OP  1/17/13 10:30:09 AM#1


You have entered the no can-flipping zone. :)


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1/17/13 3:37:20 PM#2
Should be good. As long as ships can still get destroyed (which they can be) in this new system, it works for me.

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1/17/13 3:41:32 PM#3
Not a bad idea.

Originally posted by salsa41
are you have problem ?


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1/17/13 3:47:05 PM#4
For Christ's sake this is EvE, if you want a duel you agree a location away from Concord and jump in your fleet at the last minute to ensure the bragging rights.

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1/17/13 9:37:50 PM#5
Just make sure before you accept a challenge you're getting fleet bonuses and command ship bonuses. :)

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