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Refers to the total number of available exit paths within a given sector, these paths are used by a vessel to move to another sector regardless of what type of warp process is being used by the vessel, i.e. Bwarp, Mwarp, Twarp, or Pwarp. Warp Counts vary from game to game depending upon the games Random Seed.
Refers to all of the sectors within a given sector, which permits the Warping-in or entering of a vessel, though may not necessarily allow the vessel to Warp-out and return to the originating sector as an Adjacent Sector.
Refers to the movement of a ship or planet from one sector to another using the process of Manuel Warp, Bwarp, Twarp, or Pwarp. When using Bwarp, Twarp, or Pwarp at least one fighter is required to be posted in the destination sector in-order for the Warp Drive to form a lock onto, with one exception Commissioned Blue players can Bwarp or Twarp to FedSpace, as they are permitted a permanent "lock" onto these Federation protected sectors.
Refers to all of the sectors within a given sector, which permits the Warping-out or exiting of a vessel, though may not necessarily allow the vessel to return to the originating sector as an Adjacent Sector.
Refers to the path of travel a vessel must follow from its starting sector (or current sector) to reach its destination sector. Warp Paths vary from game to game depending upon the games Random Seed.
An acronym for: Welcome Back, as to say hello to another player.
A native word to Hawaii, Wiki is used to describe something or someone that is quick or fast! Wiki is a term also associated with ‘wikipedia.org’ an international Web-based encyclopedia that is freely created entirely by its own users.
This unique program that permits the use of Windows applications on Linux Operating Systems.
Is used to express excitement, joy, or success. Is also known as an acronym for: We Own Other Teams. Additionally, w00t is also Leetspeak for the word “root”, commonly used by hackers. Pronounced as: Wut!
An acronym for: World TradeWars Championships, an annual TradeWars 2002 tournament, usually held on February 14.