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 How is one attacking one-self? 
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Unread post How is one attacking one-self?
. took radiation damage attacking .
.'s Merchant Marines was destroyed by a Corbomite Reaction!
. DESTROYED .'s Sloop of War!

How do we attack ourself? And why do this?


Thu Jan 04, 2018 2:41 pm
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Unread post Re: How is one attacking one-self?
It is a way to get back fedsafe if you go over 999 experience points. What you do is, go to Stardock. Buy a Merchant Freighter and a Scout Marauder. Scout gotta be personal, Corp wont work, Merf doesn't matter. Scan to check for a surrounding sector without navhaz or enemy figs, if enemy figs everywhere, clear a sector, if navhaz, gtorp to clear.

X to the Scout, buy 3 units of corbomite. X to the Merf, buy 10 figs. Tow Scout to the "clean" adjacent sector while in the Merf. Attack the Scout with 10 figs. You end up in a pod, back at the SD sector, with 1/3 of your experience points gone. Its not exact, but close, so, say you had 1400 exp, do the "self pod" as described, you end up with 933 exp, fedsafe.

Can do this twice a day, assuming not podded before that day.

Its the best way to lose exp while staying alive.

Above is for a stock game, if the ships are edited, you MUST do the attacking using a ship with an escape pod or you will die.


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