Introduction To Wormhole Campus

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This is a deprecated class syllabus, intended as historical record for the teaching department.

Creating syllabi is no longer our process for new classes, and no classes in the syllabus library are considered current. They are here for historical purposes only, as well as an optional starting point for designing new classes. Please do not assume any of the classes you find here have slides, or have even been taught for many years. If you do use information in a syllabus, ensure that you have brought it up to date with contemporary EVE.

Class Information

General Information

Illustration link for class description on the Eve University forum: [1]

Class sideshow: NNitH Slides - if you need changes made or want a copy for yourself, please contact the current WHC Manager, Kaliano

This class will introduce you to Wormhole space and the EVE-University Wormhole Campus. You will learn what you can do out in campus and some information on how to survive without the protection of Concord and Faction Navy.

  • Duration: 90 minutes

Overview of Class:

  • What is W-Space
  • What the campus is about
  • Living in W-Space
  • Lowering the Risk
  • Local Pirates (Sleepers)
  • Survival in W-Space
  • How to get to the campus

Practical:

None, though a trip to WHC will happen after the class for those eligible and interested.

Student Requirements:

  • Mumble registration and access - make sure you have Mumble sorted out and operational well before the class begins.

Use this guide for set-up: http://wiki.eveuniversity.org/Mumble and ensure you have Push-to-talk set.

  • Access to the Class.E-UNI in-game chat channel
  • Have your Overview set to the uni standard
  • Be a member of EVE University Corporation.

Read all the requirements and rules pertaining the WHC: Wormhole Campus

Class Contents

Introduce Yourself

Introduce yourself to your students. Pertinent information to mention:

  • Personal Background, if so inclined
  • EVE Background
  • Wormhole Experience
  • Time spent in the EVE-University Wormhole Campus


What is W-Space?

W-Space refers to Wormhole Space as opposed to K-Space which refers to Known Space. Known Space is any space that can be seen using the in-game map - that includes all of High Sec, Low Sec and Null Sec.

W-Space can only be accessed through Cosmic Signatures called Wormholes. There is no CONCORD presence, no stations to dock in, and no conventional NPC presence.
Instead, we have rats called Sleepers. All W-Space is -1.0 security status: no security penalties are incurred on a player that attacks another player unprovoked.
As a result, EVE University operates on an NBSI (Not Blue Shoot It) rule of engagement while we are in W-Space.
There is also no "Local" chat in W-Space. There are also no belts to mine - for mining you have to warp to Ore Anomalies. There is also no ice to be mined in W-Space.

What the campus is about

The Wormhole Campus is not a traditional UNI “event”. Don't expect to have your hand held. The WHC allows you to play EVE as you want and know you have friends nearby when needed.

WHC Eligibility

  • Be a member of EVE University
  • Have the Freshman title
  • Have Cloaking to L4
  • Recommended Astrometrics to L3
  • Recommended any racial Battlecruiser skill to L3
  • Recommended able to fit a full Tech 2 tank
  • Be willing to scan (a lot)

Programs run by the WHC

  • Loot Sheet - The Campus will buy all Blue loot, PVP loot, Ore, Gas and PI from you, if you wish.
  • SRP - The campus run a doctrine ship replacement program.

What you can do in campus

PvE

  • Combat Anomalies
  • Exploration
  • Ore Mining (in Ore Anomalies)
  • Gas Harvesting (in Gas Cosmic Signature sites)
  • Planetary Interaction

PvP

  • Baiting/ganking
  • Small gang roams
  • Wormhole Camping
  • Solo roams/engagements

A fair number of us like to Carebear and a fair number like to do PvP - others like to do both.

Living in W-Space

Living in W-Space is a lot different then living in K-Space.
The most notable difference is that there are no Stations, only Citadels, where you can dock your ship.

What we do have are various Upwell structures that the University has anchored and made available to the campers.
We currently have some Fortizars, a some of Athanors and a Azbel, which you can use for moon mining/reprocessing and production.

The campus also has a selection of communal ships: T1 scanning frigates, haulers, rollers, some combat ships, etc.

Lowering the Risk

Doing anything in W-Space comes with an inherent risk attached to it, but there are many tools and techniques to reduce them.

  • D-Scan (learn to love it)
  • Probing (learn to love it)
  • Picketing
  • Ship naming convention
  • Bookmarks
  • Be Aligned if in doubt
  • Be on Mumble

Our Neighbours

It is extremely hard to list our neighbours as they change every day.
However, any wormhole dwellers we find should not be taken lightly.
They most likely have a fair amount of experience in W-Space and most likely fly very expensive ships.

Common POS Hangar

  • Take only what you need
  • Put it back ;)

Rules regarding Alts

There are a fair number of extra rules regarding Alts. These have been put in place to ensure that the campus does not break the Neutrality of EVE-University and to ensure that the maximum number of people can enjoy the campus, not just a handful of pilots.

(The teacher should refer to the Alt Rules found here)

How to join the campus

  1. Complete the Form found here.
  2. If you are accepted, you will receive a confirmation mail with further instructions.
  3. Join the WHC mumble.
  4. Join the WHC standing fleet
  5. Ask for someone to link you the K-Space entrance in fleet chat.
  6. Once you arrive in the K-Space system, Scan your way in, no warp-in will be provided.
  7. Warp to the POS found in the Corperate Bookmarks.


WHC Address: J211936, Fleet should be in the Fleet Finder 23/7


The WHC is all about learning and helping each other. There are a lot of experienced pilots down here so do not hesitate to ask any questions.

WHC 'Chain of command'

Campers -> WHC Officers -> Campus Manager -> Director of Special Projects -> Students Advocate -> Director of Operations

If you have any issues with members of the camp please report it according to this chart. The current members of the 'Chain of command' can be found on the WHC main page wiki.