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What's in a Name is a multi-part mission involving combat against both Gallente Federation and Rogue Drones.

What's in a Name - "Change of Address" ‎ (1 of 5)

Level1
TypeEncounter
ObjectiveEliminate all enemies
FactionsRogue DronesGallente
Best damage to dealElectromagnetic damage EMThermal damage ThKinetic damage KinThermal damage Th
Damage to resistExplosive damage ExKinetic damage KinThermal damage ThKinetic damage KinThermal damage Th
Mission briefing
So get this: There's some big high society party going on. All the best and brightest are there. So this one Gallente dignitary is completely hammered and starts mouthing off to everyone. He even goes right up to an admiral and calls our side, "a bunch of humorless egg-jockeys." Right to his face!

So now it's this whole thing. The higher-ups are protesting by pulling out of the embassy. I think it's a stronger statement than they really should be making, but they're going ahead with it. They need you to provide security while they pull out. Rumor has it some jingoist factions of the Gallente will try to make a move on the ambassadors to spark more conflict. Patrol the area outside the embassy until the dignitaries have completed their withdraw.

Single ungated pocket

Single pocket

Wave 1, some times after warp-in (probably need to approach to the station)
WD EWAR L


Drone 3 x Drone Mammon/Belphegor Apis
Frigate 1 x Frigate Infester Alvi triggers next wave


Wave 2, 5 km
WD EWAR L


Drone 4 x Drone Mammon/Belphegor Apis
Frigate 1 x Frigate Infester Alvi triggers next wave


Wave 3, 5 km
WD EWAR L


Drone 6 x Drone Mammon/Belphegor Apis one of drones triggers next wave


Wave 4, 5 km
WD EWAR L


Frigate 1 x Frigate Gallente Nationalist

Note

No minable asteroids.
Station building drops no loot.


What's in a Name - "Smile When You Call Me That" (2 of 5)

Level1
TypeEncounter
ObjectiveDestroy Gallente Broadcast Tower
Mission briefing
The nature of the business, friend.

The Gallente media is painting both the Caldari and Amarr as overly sensitive ninnies because of the pullout. So there's going to be a little accident with one of the Gallente communication arrays.

Go make sure that accident happens.

Single ungated pocket

Single pocket

Destroy the Fuel Depot and it will blow up the Gallente Broadcast Tower.


Structures, 13 km
WD EWAR L


Structure 1 x Fuel Depot destroy it to blow up the Broadcast Tower
Structure 1 x Gallente Broadcast Tower Mission objective

Note

No minable asteroids.
Buildings drop no loot.


What's in a Name - "Poke" (3 of 5)

Level1
TypeEncounter
ObjectiveApproach Gallente Battleship
Mission briefing
New plan. It's a bit riskier, but it should get the message across.

There's a Gallente battleship "practicing maneuvers" in the region. You're going to practice maneuvers too--right across their bow. Pass by their ship as close as you can. It will scare the hell out of them.

But please, whatever you do, do not fire on the battleship. It will win that fight.


Battleships and You
Seriously, don't fire at the battleship.

Single pocket with gate

Single pocket

Message on activation the gate:
Attention, you are approaching a Gallente Federation vessel on official exercises. Turn back now.


WD EWAR L


Battleship 1 x Friendly Battleship Gallente Battleship Vessel
Agent Message on completing the mission:
You should hear the reports. The Gallente are now paranoid that we're going to roll right over them! Of course our line is just that you were taking photographs for your family or something, but they're scared senseless.

Note

No minable asteroids.
Buildings drop no loot. Destruction of that structures will get your standing to Gallente Federation decreased.
You can attack Battleship and kill it (it will not fire at you as you are attacking it), but it drops no loot.


What's in a Name - "Thorny" (4 of 5)

Level1
TypeEncounter
ObjectiveApproach the Station
FactionGallente
Best damage to dealKinetic damage KinThermal damage Th
Damage to resistKinetic damage KinThermal damage Th
Mission briefing
Starting to get mixed reports of Gallente buildup. Ships are moving out of stations. Reserves are being called up. We don't know what's going on, but it needs to be investigated. I'm giving you the most likely location for a convergence, if there is one. Report back when you know what is going on.

Single pocket with gate.
You need to approach the Station to about 45 km.

Single pocket

Initial defenders, scattered around Navy Station 45-100 km, no aggro
WD EWAR L


Sentry 8 x Sentry Gallente Cruise Missile Battery
Frigate 6 x Frigate Federation Insidiator/Praktor Balra
Cruiser 6 x Cruiser Federation Praktor Optioon/Ouragos
Battleship 10 x Battleship Federation Praktor Hexeris/Praeses


Additional spawn on approaching the station
WD EWAR L


Frigate 6 x Frigate Federation Clavis

Note

No minable asteroids.



What's in a Name - "Smelling Sweet" (5 of 5)

Level1
TypeCourier
ObjectiveBring 1 x Political Envoy (2m3) to the targeted space station
Mission briefing
There's a difference between being taken seriously and letting the inmates run the asylum. Diplomacy must resume, even if to only keep things just below war being declared.

It's a strange game, friend. I don't think even the diplomats fully understand it. Still, this is one of those times diplomats are useful again.

Take our envoy over to <Station>. From there he will meet with the Gallente envoy to begin non-public negotiations. If all goes well, the situation will simply vanish from the public's consciousness and life will continue as normal.




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