Nation Consolidation Network
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Nation Commander Outpost
Nation Commander Stronghold
Nation Rebirth Facility
|Fleet of 20 - 21 pilots (up to 30 in low/null)|
3 - 4 logistics needed
5 - 10 snipers needed
4 - 5 command ships/strategic cruisers
Sites take about 10 - 20 minutes
The newly-acquired ability of Nation forces to override local system control has not yet been fully understood, and as a result, Nation forces are able to drastically affect contested systems over time, reducing the capabilities of capsuleers within their domain of control. Much of the technology used to aid this cause can be found at any of their mobile "consolidation network" facilities. This and other intelligence suggests that these complexes are primarily responsible for the initial propagation of system-wide interference.
Synopsis from ISHAEKA-0077. DED Special Operations.
Authorized for Capsuleer dissemination.
Below is a list of enemies that spawn in this site. See Sansha's Manual for a full list of the incursion rats.
|Name||Sig ||Speed ||Orbit / Speed ||Damage / Volley ||Range ||Effective HP |
Antem Neo 
|184 m||1,350 m/s||205 m/s60 km||840 hp168 dps||146 - 176 km||88k ehp|
|325 m||1,100 m/s||170 m/s6 km||2,400 hp480 dps||12 - 20 km||52k ehp|
|540 m||850 m/s||118 m/s12 km||4,500 hp818 dps||< 45 km||179k ehp|
|49 m||3,360 m/s||560 m/s11 km||600 hp120 dps||10 - 12 km||9k ehp|
|65 m||2,050 m/s||310 m/s60 km||(no weapons)||(no weapons)||30k ehp|
|53 m||2,760 m/s||405 m/s15 km||(no weapons)||(no weapons)||4k ehp|
|530 m||850 m/s||118 m/s40 km||2,640 hp528 dps||45 - 65 km||290k ehp|
|33 m||2,550 m/s||410 m/s9 km||960 hp192 dps||10 - 12 km||9k ehp|
|200 m||1,520 m/s||205 m/s18 km||1,600 hp320 dps||23 - 33 km||106k ehp|
|36 m||4,000 m/s||640 m/s12 km||252 hp50 dps||12 - 20 km||9k ehp|
|39 m||2,100 m/s||355 m/s12 km||2,700 hp300 dps||< 70 km||8k ehp|
|422 m||170 m/s||170 m/s60 km||(no weapons)||(no weapons)||275k ehp|
Yulai Crus Cerebi 
|400 m||800 m/s||118 m/s60 km||1,984 hp397 dps||160 - 210 km||118k ehp|
- ^ While using their propulsion module, they suffer the same signature bloom as players.
- ^ This is the speed of the ship while they try to get within orbit or as they try to chase after you, suffering the same signature bloom as players do with the propulsion module on. They will turn off any propulsion modules once they get close to their preferred orbit.
- ^ Preferred orbit range and regular speed while orbiting, which is their regular speed without the propulsion module turned on.
- ^ Damage per second as well as damage per volley. Unless stated otherwise, turrets do an equal amount of EM and thermal damage while torpedoes do an equal amount of kinetic and explosive damage.
- ^ This is the effective range of this ship, presented with two values for turrets, optimal and optimal + double falloff, as well as a single range for torpedoes.
- ^ This is the amount of damage this ship can take, taking into account their resists. All ships, except the Lirsautton Parichaya have omni tanks. Hover over the icon for information about raw hitpoints.
- ^ The Antem Neo does 29% EM and 71% thermal damage with its turrets.
- ^ The Yulai Crus Cerebi does 63% EM and 38% thermal damage with its turrets.
This is a generic kill order that works no matter what fleet you're running. Certain special doctrines or fleet compositions could change some things in order to optimize their fleet efficiency, so this isn't necessarily the only kill order, but it works.
As a general rule of thumb, if you cannot shoot the highest priority target due to low damage projection, move on to the next target you can actually hit. Just remember to switch back to a higher priority target if it moves into range later on.
|#||Targets for the entire fleet||Reason|
|Regular targets ||Sniper targets ||Small targets |
|1||Auga Hypophysis||Niarja Myelen||The Augas because they are very easy to kill and web as well as warp disrupts.
The Niarjas because they jam and neut.
Vylade Dien 
|Mara Paleo ||Tama Cerebellum
|Deltoles because they neut, target paints and warp disrupts, then Vylades because they boost resists.
The Maras because they remote repair.
Tamas due to their high damage and warp disruption, then Schmaeel before Renyn due to its ability to warp disrupt in addition to webbing.
|Yulai Crus Cerebi
|Eystur Rhomben||Ostingeles before Romis as they are easier to hit and do more damage.
Yulais before Antems as they are easier to hit and do more damage.
Eysturs pose no specific threat.
- ^ These targets are usually larger, cruisers or battleships and suitable for ships with good damage projection, lower tracking, like battleships with large guns.
- ^ Sniper targets are enemies that spawn up to 150km away and even if they will start moving in closer you'll need increased locking range and good damage projection out to at least 120 km. Once you run out of sniper targets, change to short range ammo and follow regular targets.
- ^ Smaller targets, like frigates or extremely fast or small cruisers. Ideally the primary targets for strategic cruisers, Vindicators or the dronebunny as a last resort.
- ^ The Vylade is technically not much of a threat. The more Sansha on the grid the higher the priority to kill it, as it'll make all ships capable of taking more damage. But with less ships on grid that aspect becomes more or less trivial. It can still be prioritized before the Deltole for the battleship-side if you want to kill it before it moves too far out (its preferred orbit is 60 km).
- ^ The Mara can often be ignored in favour of other ships in the last room due to superior firepower of the fleet, but a higher priority for the cruiser-side due to having less damage while split up.
The acceleration gates leading deeper into this site will be unlocked by the killing all the Sansha in the other side's pocket. So when the cruiser-side finishes their pocket, it unlocks the acceleration gate for the battleship-side, and vice versa. This means that you have to see it through on both sides in order to get to the fourth and final pocket where the sides come together to finish the site off.
|This site splits the fleet up into cruiser- and battleship-sized hulls.|
(requiring you to have both in your fleet)
|This site requires you to have snipers in your fleet.|
(able to lock and apply good damage up to 120 km)
|This site benefits greatly from having an anchor for the last pocket.|
(ship with an above-average tank to go in first)
Cruiser- and battleship-sized hulls
The acceleration gates leading deeper into this site has ship restrictions, forcing your fleet to split up based on ship type. Certain ships are allowed to go through either of the gates. Below is a list of ships allowed through either or both sides.
Several ships in the last pocket will spawn at sniper ranges up to 150 km away from where you land. While they will slowly approach to their preferred 60 km orbits, it is pretty much critical to have some ships able to lock and apply good damage out to at least 120 km.
While not a critical role, having an anchor that goes in first to ensure that the initial full room aggro is directed to them is a safety measure. It helps avoid initial split aggro while you're facing a full wave of Sansha. It also gives people a point of reference for orbiting, to keep the fleet together.
Hints & tips
- There are four pockets separated by acceleration gates. The fleet comes together in the fourth and final pocket, with the gate being called Fleet Staging Area. So be sure to consolidate your fleet when you reach this gate and ready your anchor and logistics on both sides before going in.
- The different waves are slightly randomised. The same type of ships will spawn in each wave, but the number of each is randomised. So you will encounter the same type of ships in each site, but the number of ships per type in each individual wave will be slightly different.
- Moving is required in this site, but you will not need a propulsion module unless you want to speed up your completion times.
- The next acceleration gate is located 50+ km away from where you land in the pocket, so be sure to start moving right away.
- Remember to keep an eye on your capacitor if you have prolonged attention from a bunch of Deltole Tegmentums. While their individual neuting is rather small, it adds up.