Sansha Hideout

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Site Details
Sansha Hideout
Type Unrated Complex
Rating Unrated
Found in High
Max ship size T3 Destroyer
Pirate faction Sansha
Damage to deal Electromagnetic damage EM
Thermal damage Th
Damage to
Resist
53% Electromagnetic damage EM
47% Thermal damage Th
Sig. Strength 20% in High Sec

Sansha Hideout is an Unrated Complex that can be scanned down with scanner probes. It is found in both high security systems occupied by the Sansha's Nation pirate faction. This complex is accessible only by Frigates and Destroyers (including their Tech 2 variants). Only Frigate class Sansha ships will be encountered within this site. The names and amount of ships may vary from what is listed here.

Walkthrough

Room 1

Initial Defenders
WD EWAR L


Frigate 2 x Frigate Centii Enslaver


Wave 1
WD EWAR L


Frigate 1 x Frigate Centii Butcher
Frigate 2 x Frigate Centii Slavehunter Tracking Disruptor


Wave 2
WD EWAR L


Frigate 2 x Frigate Centii Enslaver


Structures
WD EWAR L


Structure 1 x Bunker Triggers Wave 2
Structure 2 x Sansha Lookout
Structure 1 x Abandonded Ship Yard
Acceleration Gate 1 x Acceleration Gate Unlocks when first room is cleared

Room 2

In Local Channel:
Sansha Overseer: "Defend the refinery! It must not be destroyed!"


Wave 1
WD EWAR L


Frigate 6 x Frigate Centii Plague/Manslayer/Misshape


Wave 2
WD EWAR L


Frigate 3 x Frigate Centii Cannibal
Frigate 0-1 x Frigate True Sansha's Minion Escalation Trigger May drop faction modules


Structures
WD EWAR L


Structure 1 x Minor Refinery Escalation Trigger
Structure 1 x Abandoned Ship Yard
Structure 2 x Sansha Bunker
Structure 1 x Sansha Lookout

Bounties

The bounties on the heads of the pirates in this anomaly add up to a total of roughly 200,000 ISK, payable by CONCORD.

Escalations

Destroying the Minor Refinery structure or the Commander Ship may trigger an expedition called Drop, with this message:

"While fighting the last defenders of this hideout, you noticed three of their ships warp out and disappear from radar. Your navigational computer has had a few minutes now to mull over the data they left and has come up with a probable destination in case you want to chase them."