EVE-RO members are as close in real life as much as in the world of gaming who continue to develop and expand the EVE Online experience.
If you are a serious EVE Online player, if you think you can take a good joke, if you are a team player (and on the same time self-sufficient) and you would like to bond new friendships, or try new things in EVE Online then our doors are opened.
If we made you curious then contact one of our recruiters:
iulixxi - daniiell - La Galana - TheDeraiiledOne
We are looking for people who play this game at least on a weekly basis and who are willing to attend to corporation OP's. We DON'T have a SP or experience limit but we do require our members to meet the ethic and moral standards in order for all of us to have a nice time in corporation and during the OP's.
Where to apply? If you already spoke to one of the recruiters then you can apply to our corporation in any station.
Warning! Don't apply before speaking with one of the recruiters please.
For more information regarding our corporation go to our in-game public channel EVE-RO.NET.
Currently our corporation is preparing to join the NC (Northern Coalition), -Mostly Harmless- [-42-] alliance; because of this most of our POS's are disassembled and prepared for null-sec.
Nov 2010Disassembling of the Alkabsi POS. Preparation to join the alliance and 0.0 migration.
Nov 2010J160822 POS destroyed.
Aug 2010The majority of J102918 POS's are disassembled.
Jul 2010J160822 POS goes offline and it's heavily damaged.
Jun 2010J171019 POS being disassembled.
Apr 2010We gain control of the 4th WH System. J145535 - Class 4 Wormhole System
If you want to find out more about our history, check out about us section.
EVE-RO [EVERO] Corporation recommends EVE Online Romania (www.eve-ro.net) - a Romanian website where you can find plenty of information's about EVE Online, an entire collection of news, events, utilities, tutorials, statistics and a list with the most important active Romanian corporations in-game.
EVE-RO.NET - EVE Online Romania (Romanian Community of EVE Online Players) was founded on September 2006 and it was the first Romanian fan-site devoted to EVE Online players and enthusiasts who wanted to know more about this game.
This page is largely intended for use by players new to EVE, to help them get better acquainted with the terms that older players will use when speaking in game.
Please note this list is in alphabetical order.
0.0 (literally, "zero-zero"), sometimes also referred to as null-sec or zero-sec, is the security rating CONCORD gives to all star systems outside of Empire influence. They have a true security status from 0.0 down to -1.00. 0.0 can also be used to collectively refer to the entirety of lawless space. See also "lo-sec" and "hi-sec".
Refers to the rare 0.0 ores, Arkonor, Bistot, and Crokite.
Performing an aggressive act against another pilot, such as firing upon them, repairing a pilot's ship who is aggressing another pilot, using a smartbomb that damages another pilot's ship, creating a warp bubble that prevents a ship from warping, stealing from another pilot's wreck or can, etc.
A pilot's state after performing an act of aggression. This state lasts 60 seconds. While in an aggressed state, pilots are denied permission to dock or use stargates.
The instantaneous damage dealt by a single volley of guns.
Alternate character on a player's account or an alternate character that a player uses on another account. Alts are typically not as exhaustively trained as the "main" character unless on a different account. Can also refer to every character owned by a player, except the one generally associated with them.
Common abbreviation for Arkonor ore, but in a different context can also refer to the Ark jumpfreighter.
Alloyed Tritanium Bar.
The onboard computer that helps to introduce EVE to new players via tutorials. Also voices certain audio prompts.
Auxiliary Union for Relay, Observation, Recording, & Analysis (Events). Formerly part of ISD.
Bug Hunter. See also "ECAID".
A word used to describe numerical superiority for fleets and is often used negatively. Can be used as both a verb and a noun.
AKA flashy. A pilot who has committed a recent act of aggression or has a security status of -5 or lower will blink red in the Overview. Pilot's ship can be fired upon without interference from CONCORD or sentry guns. See also "kill rights".
The process of a pilot jumping to the location of their medical clone, either by deliberately being podded or by activating the self-destruct mechanism of their ship. Useful in emergencies but expensive if the original clone was fitted with augmentations (implants). Acquisition of a new medical clone is required after blood jumping to avoid loss of skill points due to a future instance of podding.
Term describing set standings towards other pilots/corps/alliances who are friend/friendly/ally. Comes from the default Overview "Show Info" colour of blue background with "+" sign in front. Light blue is for standings of around +5, dark blue for a standing of +10.
Battleship. See also "BB" under "Ships and Modules" below.
Any of the following: Mobile Warp Disruptor Sphere; Warp Disrupt Probe used by Interdictors; or Warp Disruption Field Generator carried by Heavy Interdictors. Bubbles are used to prevent ships that are caught within range of the bubble from warping away, allowing attackers to more easily destroy their target.
A gate, station or other high traffic area where a pilot or gang has deployed a bubble. E.g., "Careful! That gate has been bubbled!" See also "bubble".
Capture point of a factional warfare complex.
Bring Your Own Blueprint.
Bring Your Own Minerals.
Camp, camped, camping
An area, generally a gate or station, where a gang of players is waiting for the purpose of attacking passersby and/or war targets. Gates at the transition points between low security and 0.0 space are often camped by pilots hoping to catch travelers unaware. Pilots who are part of the camp are said to be camping. See also "gate camp".
Refers to cargo containers jettisoned by players, secure or otherwise.
The capacitor of a ship. Also: to capture a factional warfare complex.
Cap ships AKA Capital Ships. Generally refers to combat capital ships, Dreadnoughts, Carriers, Supercarriers and Titans, although the Orca and Rorqual Industrials, and Freighters and Jump Freighters are also technically caps.
An adjective for players who avoid PvP combat. Also a verb for PvE activities.
Crowd Control Productions (AKA your friendly overlords, the creators of EVE Online).
Pilot has activated a cynosural field and capital or other jump-capable ships should jump to the pilot. Often used in fleet chat when dropping capital ships on opponents.
A pilot's body, either in use or in storage somewhere in the EVE universe.
Chief Executive Officer. The person in charge of a player corporation.
CJ, Clone jump
The process of moving from one jump clone to another. This can allow travel across the EVE universe in the matter of moments instead of hours. (see "pod jump" and "blood jump" for differences).
The NPC police force of New Eden. CONCORD responds to criminal acts committed in 1.0 to 0.5 security space.
Losing a ship to CONCORD. See also "Suicide Ganking".
What happens when invoking the wrath of CONCORD. Made popular in this video by The Riz.
Communications Relay Commission (Forum Moderators). Formerly part of ISD.
Council of Stellar Management.
Cynosural Field. A Cyno is required for a capital ship to use its jump drive.
A ship used for the generation of Cynosural Fields.
Dark Blood (faction module).
Damage Control module.
Turning off all weapons and other modules that cause aggression in order to begin the 60 second timer preventing pilots from docking or jumping through a stargate.
A starbase that is configured for fleet combat, generally used to control sovereignty in 0.0 space.
Using smart bombs to make a pretty light show.
Damage Per Second.
A bubble created by a Mobile Warp Disruptor Sphere within 100km of a warp-in point (generally at a gate) so the warping pilot cannot easily escape (by jumping the gate). See also "Bubble".