"The Fourth District will be a beacon for all people who value the traditional historical values that makes the State great"

- Vice Admiral Van Cleef

Sunday, April 28

Alliance Diplomat Marcus Griffins escapades during Fanfest.

Fourth District alliance diplomat had a really busy week. Of the members going there he was the one making the most out of it. He joined all the round tables and events he was able to squeeze in. On asking him on what he thought of the 10th anniversary of EVE, he sad:

"It was the most exciting moment of my EVE career that I finally was able to go to Iceland. I dont think I will ever have the same experience again, and I am truly sad that I soon will leave this place."

But it was not all fun, it was hard work to. Between the round tables, Key notes, PVP arena and Quafe drinking Admiral Marcus Griffin worked on networking with other alliances and he had also the opportunity with members of CCP Alliance. To see him in action was a glorious thing to watch.

A diplomacy meeting with a CVA representative got a bit heated up.
Diplomacy sometimes draws out skills you never knew you had. Meeting with the Fatal Ascension Diplomat.  
Our dear admirals meeting was abit more relaxed with Dirt Nap Squad CEO DNS Black. Something with his Black Ops being neutral or not in Providence. 
The meeting with Goons was short and without incident. 
One cannot talk enough on the importance of this meeting with Pandemic Legions Fleet Commander Shadoo. Long discussion about Tech moons, improving fleet doctrine, Super Capital ship reimbursement. Admiral Marcus Griffin did not want to respond to any question about the meeting. And he is quite of what was sad between him and PL.
Last night after much secret phone calls Alliance diplomat hasty ran out of the door . Finally a meeting with CCP Alliance CEO Hilmar was authorized. Most of the meeting was about our development plans of the alliance and future expansions. The most enlightened meeting to date Marcus sad after he came back to the 4TH members.
CCP Soundwave was alot of fun. Big beer drinker and almost swept our diplomat under the table. "I love his beard" Marcus sad after the meeting. 
CCP Fozzie was allot about numbers, might not be our dear Alliance diplomat strong side.
CCP Unifex was a very impressive man, "after the meeting  I tipped toed around to reach his hight" Marcus sad.
After much waiting in line, we were able to at least get a quick word with CCP Alliance member CCP Seagull. Exploration of Fourth space looks allot more interesting after her presentation. 
Marcus and CCP Falcon outside meeting room Multiplicity. 
After much diplomatic talk, 4TH Diplomat had some time to try out the new machines, here we see him at the PVP arena.  
Of course he had the opportunity to try out the new dog fighting game using Oculus Rift. The headset was a bit to big for his head but he enjoyed the experience anyways. 

See you all there next year! 1-3 of May YC 116.

Saturday, April 27

Fourth District at Fanfest

Second day and third day had three main things on the scedule, PVP preperations, Alliance panel discoussion and the EVE 10th anniversity concert. This was a truly awesome event, which cant realy be fair not live. We had good spots central area only 8m from the stage. Really good pice of music from the EVE universe. Abit negative was the camera arm that kept coming into the picture all the time.

EVE 10th anniversity symphony. 

Short POS OP with CVA
Earlier that day before the concert Ladel decided that we needed some fleet work so we joined in a CVA POS operation. Even got our great Admiral Trony to undock.

Fanfest main hall

4TH District dinner at Hrassa EVE pub after the CCP Keynotes.
The PVP tournamnt did not go as planned, we went out the from the first match, the setup for the tournament was better than before as the tournament had Alliance tournament rules of 50 points. So rest of the days was going to different round tables of District members choice. Factional warfare round table was on the light side, and most of us left early. The Live Event round table was for some not meet with any surprise. CCP seems to focus the attention on one faction at the time, and lately alot have been on Caldari. But CCP has seen that Live Events can bring something to EVE so we might see alot of it in the future. Storyline table was working on to tie up lose ends, which must be a daunting task. Atleast they should not create new ones would be a good step. There was inconsistencies that was brought up, one was about soft-clones what seems to have been used in stories but could not be in some cases. They are illegal but seems to have been used in some stories. And yeah Heth is angry of the lost of the Caldari Titan, no suprise there, poor him.

Be like a fighter pilot with Oculus Rift!

A big surprise was the Oculus Rift fighter game that visitors of Fanfest got to try out, a big awesome add on for EVE online. And it should not be any surprise that Admiral Ladel Teravade fighting  for the Amarr Empire got on the top score on his game, not once but three time out of three. The feeling was really good and you really felt that you were sitting in a fighter cockpit from a carrier in EVE. The proportion of you body and the virtual image was a good fit and the movement from you head really felt natural. Simply awesome! and of course missiles, missiles and more missiles.

Admiral in his "cockpit"
Oculuc Rift Information

Wednesday, April 24

Fourth District at Fanfest

23/4 Arrival day!

Today most of the members arrived to Iceland. Serandra, Svetlana and Calder DK was first on spot arriving either the day before or early in the morning. Ladel Teravada arrived next raging at the great service that the airport bus provided. Later in the day rest of the team arrived, Demion, Saiva, Alexande, Turleus, Sillanda, Trony, Marcus Griffin and last, Ubuntu CEO Jessica Danikov the only member outside CAIN that had the opportunity to join the District on Iceland. Only Horgaasht did not arrive this day but will join up with the rest of 4TH tomorrow.

Alliance diplomat Marcus Griffin on the plane to Iceland. 
Members settling in from left to right;Trony, Svetlana Scarlet, Calder DK, Sillanda Kachira, Jessica Danikov, the arm of Serendra.

Right after all arrived at the guesthouse, which I might add has a very good central position on Laugavegur central Reykjavik few minutes walk from the Harpa concert hall,  CAIN hoodies was given out to the members of CAIN who did not own one, and all looking awesome. In waiting of Jessica Danikov who stayed a short walk from the house beers were consumed and restaurant was booked for the first evening out. Steak, horse lamb steaks was ordered, wine beer by the liter was consumed. And the night finished off by making sure the presentation for the alliance panel was in order. 

Sunday, April 21

New Combat video of 4TH

Since a few weeks back, HED-GP in Catch region has been very active with TEST alliance and friends. A patrol of 4TH forces engaged a TEST fleet of battle cruisers, cruisers destroyers and frigates on the gate to SV5 solar system. Acting fleet commander Aerius Elarik of Ubuntu made good use of the forces under him, killing of the larger TEST fleet. HED-GP is once again boiling with activity and the system is often seen as the highest killing rate of the region. Many combat pilots of 4TH are patrolling the area and keep it under close watch.  It should be noted that the patrol continued aroudn the area and engaging more hostile targets, but due to a malfunction with the camera droids, no footage could be obtained. But kill statistic will be provided below. 

Kill statistics HED-GP

Combat video HED-GP

Kill statistics F9E-KX

Kill statistics HED-GP second engagement

Tuesday, April 16

Fourth District reveals the winner of its first writing competition.

And the winner is Nidia Masters from Caldari Independent Navy Reserve for her well written story of a hazardous journey out to Providence region and the homesystem of Fourth District. She will receive a Cynabal Cruiser and 500 million ISK for her contribution to the District.   

It should also be noted that Sillanda Kachira will also receive a Cynabal Cruiser for her historical capsuleer centered story and for her contribution to the District. You will soon be able to read her story in this blog. 

But now I present to you the winning story of the first Fourth District fiction competition. 

Gods' Deliverance by Nidia Masters

Felix Renard liked to drive space ships. He did not much care for exactly what he was doing in regards to it. Whether it be a simple transport assignment, an escort, or, as he liked to call it, making someone hurt, he loved every aspect of starship operation. This was a good thing, as for the last day, he had immersed himself into some of the more loathsome areas of starship operation.
Luckily for him, and his small crew, the life support and environmental systems were back online and they did not have to spend whatever remained of their short lives inside space suits waiting for the end. Instead, Felix now had lubricant covering his skin up to his elbow as he desperately tried to repair the critical systems of the ship.
            Felix Renard captained a second, possibly third hand Ibis-class frigate, the Senshi. A fierce name for a small ship, it meant warrior in an old dialect of Caldari. Felix found the ship in a dilapidated state, previously owned by a capsuleer and inexpensive, by their reckoning. For Felix, it was a small fortune, but it meant something more: freedom
To Felix, freedom's price was well known to be more than purely monetary. For Senshi, the risks of nullsec were suddenly taught to her when what was planned to be a routine transport assignment turned into a rather unpleasant encounter with a hostile cruiser's lasers; Senshi herself barely escaping in mostly one piece.
Senshi's first mate, a heavily tattooed Nefantar with a dark complexion by the name of Fahim Najem opened the door to the small equipment room where his captain had been working for the better part of an hour. "Warp drive is restored, Captain," He spoke with a gravelled voice that comes from being a life long smoker. "How are the shields coming along?" Felix responded by waving his hand back and forth quickly, the universal symbol for not so good. Fahim started lighting a new cigarette before continuing. "Without the shields, taking us into warp will be rather painful."
"Yeah, I know how my frigate works, Fahim, thank you. How is everything else coming along?" The young captain spoke without taking his eyes off of the delicate, though dirty repairs he was continuing.
"It's just you left."
"Figures... Put someone on watch and get everyone to get some rest, this is a one man job anyway." Felix's commands were firm, though not disrespecting. This was his ship and he made sure his small crew knew it, but he did not treat them badly. He was not of any higher stature than any of them. Likely less so, in fact. As he continued to work, Felix's thoughts turned back to the earlier skirmish, and how he and Senshi came into the position they currently found themselves in.
            Wear and tear on Senshi had been mounting in recent weeks, and so were the debts owed to an assortment of unsavoury individuals. The little Ibis-class frigate was already old and had clearly been through a few battles of its own before Felix spent more money than he had on her. Now, desperate for a quick infusion of money into his vacant accounts, Felix took a courier job for some capsuleer in nullsec. He scoffed at the memory, remembering how he thought of how these capsuleers were either so posh and refined that to move a few expensive modules some twenty or so jumps was beneath them, or that they were of a form of lethargy so extreme that language has yet to name it. Felix finally settled for a combination of the two, and accepted the job, aware of both the risk, and the payout; for what was to a capsuleer, equivalent to pennies, the reward for completion of task would pay all of Felix's bills and still have money left over for a very nice refit of the frigate.
The dangers and near lawlessness of nullsec were not unknown to the general populace, especially ship captains. Getting to nullsec was not a particularly difficult thing to accomplish; coming back from it was. This was where Felix, Senshi and the crew found themselves in their current predicament.
Senshi jumped into nullsec and travelled the first few jumps unmolested. Providence was a far more pleasant region than most others in explored space, but they would soon come to see that paradise, it was not. With just a few more systems to pass through, it seemed like they would make it to port just fine and ignored, a milk run essentially. This all changed when they jumped into an uncreatively named system: DP-JD4.
True Slaves, zombified soldiers of Sansha's Nation surrounded the stargate as Senshi  jumped into the system. A pair of cruisers flanked by a pair of escorting frigates, Sansha Kuvakei's minions were ready for targets of opportunity jumping through the gate, and Senshi was a soft one at that. Felix ordered his navigator to immediately align to warp and escape the Phantasms and Succubi, but the Nation seemed to have other plans for them.
Warp disruptors were the bane of most ships across New Eden, and Senshi was no exception. Her small size, weak weapons and pathetic shield generators meant that her best defense was escape. Now with one of the frigates warp disrupting Senshi, this was no longer an option. Felix called for evasive maneuvers and brought up commands for the lone ECM module on his little ship. The one ace in the hole that remained, though Felix knew at best it would buy him a few seconds unless something else was done.
That is when Senshi's missile turrets turned to face the first Succubus. Certainly not enough to harm the cruisers, the light missile launchers were enough to pose a serious threat to the frigates. The first scourge missiles heaved from their launchers with a frenzied sprint towards their marks as fiery beams of light crossed from the opposite direction, striking and nearly obliterating Senshi's shields in a single impact. What little speed Felix's frigate could muster kept them from taking the full brunt of the Sanshas' assault, for the moment he had only the frigates to worry about, though the cruisers fired their microwarpdrives to close the distance; a module Senshi did not have.
Luckily for Felix, the one piece of equipment that did work properly on the first try, was the ECM module, which immediately scrambled one of the cruiser's targeting systems before she could fire on the frigate. This bought enough time for Senshi the one frigate that was disrupting her warp drive, but not before the unjammed cruiser and second frigate fired their lasers again with hate, melting and burning away nearly all of Senshi's starboard armour, exposing much of the underlying superstructure and overloading numerous systems.
Senshi made the warp during the brief moment before the True Slaves could recognize their error, and she only stopped when she entered high orbit of a desolate, uninhabited world. So began their long day of desperate field repairs.
Felix smirked. He was not entirely sure whether the True Slave zombies had any emotions to speak of, but he knew if they had, they would be furious at losing such a simple prey. That day, fortune was on their side. He did not know if it would be the next.

The captain closed up the panel he previously had his grease-covered arms elbow deep into, as the circuits and power came back online, and he heard the tell-tale sound of the re-powering of the shield generator. He took his tool box and marched down the short length of the ship, stopping in the lavatory for only a few moments to wash the worst of the grease off his arms before heading down to the flight deck. Felix found his navigator standing watch in the cramped space, in one of the few seats available.
Irina Saika excelled at mathematics. Along with quick reflexes, a calm demeanour and numerous other talents, it made her a very good navigator. She was also Felix's oldest and possibly only close friend. She sat at the console, watching the scanner carefully as she sipped her tea, a red blend from Iyen-Oursta, one of the few luxuries on board the tiny frigate. Felix looked at the scanner as he spoke to her, answering his own question. "How are things looking out there?"
She offered a small scowl, it annoyed her when he checked her work. He trusted her, but it was still a terrible habit of his. "Some movement around, but nothing seems to be interested in us. Or is particularly close by."
"Good." He paused for a moment as he set his tool box back to its nook, under the console. "Are you coming to bed?"
"In about an hour," She sipped at her warm tea, coddled between her hands. "I'll wait for the next watch. When are we getting out of this shit hole?"
"0600, I hope it will be at an hour when there isn't a lot of traffic around, so lets hope whatever asshole deity watches over us is in a good mood in the morning. Tell the crew.” He turned and headed through the door as she returned an understanding nod, worried more about the condition of the ship, rather than the crew.

The sun does not rise in space. Not like anyone standing on the soil would be used to. Morning came to Felix, his crew and Senshi regardless. The prospect of a new day offered opportunities to Senshi and her desires. Felix and his crew rose early and manned their stations, weary from a lack of sleep and an abundance of maintenance that Senshi so desperately thirsted for.
The little frigate's engines rumbled unhappily to full power as she aligned to resume her previous day's course. “Bring the warp drive online, let's make for the next stargate, and hope against anymore surprises.” Her ordered, as he manned his own station in the small flight deck.
“Warp drive active.” Irina the navigator returned the call to her captain.
The frigate did not particularly enjoy the transition as she entered warp, screaming towards the stargate at superluminal velocities. Senshi shuttered and rumbled in annoyance as her already damaged systems and hull plating took the forces of the transition past light speed.
There was a collective cessation of breathing on the frigate as she made the jump to the next system... and nothing happened. Sighs of relief filled the ship as their sensors reconfigured post-jump and discovered they were alone. There was no blockade at the stargate waiting to assault them again.
“One more jump to go.” Felix explained, as he gestured to make the next transition to warp, and  the final stargate.
Senshi again lurched in annoyance as she made the final to her destination. A backwater system in a dead-end constellation in a region beyond the control of the empires: Providence. The system they jumped to was the unceremoniously named 3KB-J0.
The crew's earlier sighs returned to still breath due to the scene before them. Giants fought in the space before them. Capsuleers, this generation's current deities warred between each other. Two dozen battlecruisers and their escorts traded shells, beams of light and missile back and forth as drones of all sizes followed along, moving from target to target leaving an exploding ball of light in their wake. Any one of those battlecruisers could obliterate Senshi in the briefest of moments, especially if they were piloted by capsuleers, and Felix recognized the danger. “Get us out of here, now!”
Irina went to make course corrections as the engines fired to move them out of danger. Fahim manned the weapons console should their escape prove unhelpful as Senshi's engineer called from the lower decks, frustrated and flustered that the engines were being pushed too hard, for the second time in as many days. Senshi bounced and weaved between the blows the capsuleers threw between themselves in whatever manner of argument that caused their belligerence to one another. It did not matter to any of them on board the little frigate, for the moment their only concern was survival.
Senshi's luck would run out as she aligned for a final warp. The frigate's shields cracked suddenly as did her hull as she took the full brunt of a stray slug from one of the capsuleer's blasters. Senshi entered warp, although her rumble turned to a much more violent shudder as her hull had micro-breaches, and her shields crippled. The Ibis-class frigate came out of warp close to the outpost in the system, adrift, damaged to a point where she would probably be considered an economic loss, and perhaps trapped in less than the friendliest space.
"That's it. We're dead in the water." Felix said with a melancholic voice.
Irina frowned as she looked down at her sensor console. "It gets worse, a dozen battlecruisers are showing up on scan, probably heading this way."
"Wonderful, any way we can get any power to the engines? What about the missiles?"
The raspy Minmatar broke his silence. "The launchers are fried, not that they would help at all." Irina just shook her head, and Felix returned the frown in understanding.
The battlecruisers dropped from warp, one by one in quick succession. Most were in good shape, others were burning, venting their atmosphere from holes torn into their sides from the battle. Those were the first to enter a docking pattern to the outpost before them. It took Felix a moment to realize that instead of removing him and his crew from existence, they were heading home. All but one of the battlecruisers, who moved to approach them. The Naga-class battlecruiser dwarfed the frigate, but her guns did not point towards them. Instead the communications array came to life, one of the few systems remaining in operation, with a hail from a young woman's voice.
"You're a long way from home, aren't you little one? Seems like you got here right at the wrong time, and in the way of us and a few pirates." The capsuleer spoke with an air of arrogant superiority as she circled around them.
Felix picked up the microphone and returned the greeting. "Yes ma’am, Captain Renard of the Senshi here to deliver a courier... and regretfully... requesting a tow." The last words came out only with some persuasion from Felix, he was sure that the cost of repairs would greatly exceed their bounty.
The woman capsuleer's voice returned to the comm. "I believe that is actually my courier, thank you, I've been without decent tea for days now. Station control has been advised of your situation and is deploying a tug now for you."
Tea, thought Felix, all this because some asshole capsuleer was too posh to get her own god damned-
"Still," The capsuleer woman went on. "You managed to get here all on your own. Well done I'm impressed, even I was never able to do that in a little Ibis the first time. Tell me... do you boys need a job?"
Felix smirked, maybe not a complete asshole.

Saturday, April 13

Places in the Fourth District - Yakiya Garden and the Officers club.

 Yakiya Garden is a large, approximately one square kilometer, open area inside 3KB-J0 station. The main area is the traditional caldari garden that is surrounded with a variety of places to relax and enjoy. Build by capsuleers for capsuleer, it has a traditional caldari garden, an officer’s club, and a water area surrounding the complex.

The Lounge 

This room is the entrances to the garden were employees greets you and on occasions serves drinks of your taste. The room is mostly dark with the fabric and glass walls in a polychrome illuminated fashion. Small sofas and tables are placed around the room. Meetings that are held inside the complex normally starts here. Depending on the occasion and the status of the visit, everything from strong Caldari tea to Amarrian wines are served.

The Garden

A balcony from the lounge takes you out to the view of the garden, which takes up most of the area. A large staircase and a bridge lead you down to the sea level and to the garden. The main theme is to connect to old traditions and here you can walk, relax and enjoy the virtual projected sky or sunsets. The area is environmental controlled that give you a feeling of breeze, the standard setting is always set to give an enjoyable visit. A large crew employed by Fourth District takes care of the garden on a daily basis. And because some of the plants and trees are imported, they need specialists to care for them. Other places in the garden are a waterfall, a small river and a traditional small tea house. There is a set of paths that guide you through the garden. This place is mostly for relaxation and solitary contemplation.

The Officers club 

The main building you see in the garden is the officers club, which is a two floored building in an off white and grey fashion style. The architectural style is more New Caldari then traditional caldari style you see in the garden itself. Its squared roof seems to project itself up and outward from the side of the area and has some resemble to caldari spaceship design with its many angels. The first floor has an open area and a large balcony on the second, a transparent illuminated staircase leads up to the second floor. The first floor includes a training room, a variety of meeting rooms and a restaurant. The staircase that leads you to the second floor will take you directly to the dance floor and the pub. The balcony out from the pub gives you a fantastic view of the garden below and the virtual projected mountain range and the sea. The club house has a small worker force of servants employed by the Fourth District and they are there to make sure that your visit is as enjoyable as possible.

Places in The Fourth District - The Heron Room

Sitting in the heart of the Fourth District's research outpost "Port Larren" in I-MGAB solar system, this conference room is a spacious chamber dominated by a wooden oval table and digital window screens that offer a simulated view of Caldari Prime.

The Caldari designed chamber offers a relaxed environment for diplomatic meetings, project discussions and alliance conference. 

Recently the rooms have been busy with activity as the office a public relations of CAIN has been using the conference room regarding recent events in the State. 

The conference room has also been upgraded to support the best link to the cluster wide news and other news and economical channels. And from I-MGAB station, the news is then directed to the rest of the alliance.   

The Fourth District assists The Chief Executive Panel.

On the 2nd of April the CINC (Caldari Independent Navy Command) was contacted by the Navy and by CEP regarding a SuVee asset transport to Caldari Prime. According to the Navy it was military material that’s was being used in the war effort but this was contradicted by the CEP saying it was for the relief effort of those affected by the battle of Caldari Prime. 

Capsuleer pilots of Fourth District were asked by the military command of CAIN to put themselves on standby if things got out of hand. When time showed that it might be a clash between State Navy forces and corporate forces, orders was given to the District stand by fleet to move the fleet to Yashunen solar system and join up with commanders of CAIN. Initial things seemed to go uneventful until to the Navy ships that entered the system showed not and Navy ID identification number, but a Templis Dragonaurs ID, Executors Heths "personal army" and known terrorist group. They made a blockade of the station and forced the freighters of SuVee to stay docked. When a diplomatic solution couldn’t be reach, which is not surprising when it come to the Templis Draganours, orders was given to open fire on the Dragonaurs piloted Navy Raven ships. When the docking port was cleared, SuVee freighter undocked and was escorted by Fourth District and other capsuleer forces to Caldari Prime.

The Fourth District will continue its support of the Chief Executive Panel, and continue to lend its assistance to any of the corporate security forces that whishes to secure there assets. Executor Heths use of a known terrorist group shows the lack of confidence that the CEP have for the Executor. 
And later today 13th of April, Executor Tibus Heth made a public speech to a provist loyal crowd, condemning the action of Ishukone and SuVee past weeks. 

Executor Tibus Heth public speech

Saturday, April 6

Project Moitte - An Overview

Over the past year, Lai Dai Infinity Systems (LDIS) has been undertaking a "Bottom-Up Industry" project in the District called Project Moitte.  Bottom-Up Industry might be described as encouraging local lower-tier industrial activities, such as mining and planetary colonies, by creating immediate competitive local demand for those goods though the production of end-user goods like modules and ships.

For LDIS, the focus has been on Tech II modules and ships.   Our members try to maintain market presence in 3KB-J0, while production is focused in 3D-CQU.  This creates a secondary materials market in 3D-CQU, where LDIS sells Tech II Components and encourages the sale of various Planetary Commodities and Minerals at the outpost.  In addition, LDIS is a buyer for Providence Moon Products, buying various levels of Moon Products for up-reacting and then manufacturing of the Tech II Components.

This however does not mean it is without challenges.  A big challenge is sourcing minerals locally for manufacturing of large modules and ships.  The popularity of Tier 3 Battlecruisers creates a huge mineral demand, both for the ship and its battleship sized weapons.  The same minerals are roughly equivalent to roughly a dozen cruisers (potentially fully fitted)!

Those looking to help support Project Moitte can do so by helping to mine and develop the resources of the District and Providence as a whole.  You can focus on selling and buying in 3KB-J0 (ships, mods, rigs), Z-RFE3 (ore, minerals, moon materials), and 3D-CQU (minerals, components, tools).

Places in the Fourth District - refining outpost "Griffin Door"

The Caldari Navy Outpost in Z-RFE3 solar system, designated “CNO Griffin Door” is the smallest populated station with only a few hundred thousand. But thanks to the numerous asteroid belts in the system and upgraded sensors for detecting hidden mining belts, Z-RFE3 is the most popular place to be if you are a miner by heart. The rough looking outpost is a minmatar designed refinery station and has seen its share of battles. One of the first to be built in the area time has started to take out its rights, the inside looks slightly better than the outside, and some of the more not so picky capsuleers enjoys a session or two in the bars on the station. Today many repairs are under way to keep the station operational and give both alliance members and other consumers the opportunity to make good ISK on the ore found in the system. Many capsuleers have made Z-RFE3 there second home from that of 3KB-J0.  

The station is named after the CEO of Allied Investments and Holdings Corporation Mr. Griffin Door. He made a strong argument in the early days of the Districts developments in the constellation that many saw that he deserved to give his name to the station. The giant gas planet is just one of eight planets that of course also give a solar system more material for the alliance to use. Z-RFE3 is one of the major contributors for the alliance and it’s important that it continues to be a major hot spot for miners.  

New Combat video of 4TH

During a patrol into Catch region, 4TH forces engage The Initiative in their own station system of HY-RWO. 4TH with some allied CVA combat pilots engaged with a fleet of Talos and Naga attack battlecruisers with support, against a Minmatar battleship fleet with capital support from The Initiative. 4TH did well initial and was almost taking down The Initiative Chimera carrier when more capitals and battleships from The Initiative jumped in, making it hard to continue to take down the Caldari carrier.


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