Signal Cartel Kill Inquiry Outcomes

  • In accordance with our Credo, Signal Cartel members may only respond in self-defense with weapons, ewar, drones, etc., upon being aggressed (red-boxed). Because of that, our alliance leadership team investigates all kills by our members to ascertain whether or not they acted in self-defense or are in violation our Credo.

    The outcomes of leadership's kill inquiries are publicly shared here.

    If you are involved in an incident with a Signal Cartel member that you believe is a violation of our Credo on their part, please evemail relevant chat logs and/or screen shots that support your claims to either myself or Johnny Splunk (or both). We take every such claim seriously and do follow up.

    Our Credo, for reference:

    Signal Cartel is a service corporation to all of New Eden. In this role, members are encouraged to treat all players with respect regardless of affiliation. In challenging situations, our goal is to look for a graceful resolution and set an example of dignity and friendship through our actions.

    We embrace the attitude of a true explorer: we are friendly to others in our travels, neutral and never initiating aggression, and endeavoring at all times be perceived by the New Eden community as a non-threat. Although we never intentionally seek to harm, we may defend our friends and our ships. In suffering losses, we respond with good cheer and shed no tears. In this way, we aim to be recognized and respected by all across the cluster and left in peace to do our work.

    Among our own ranks and with others, we are patient and generous with knowledge, ideas, and experiences. We foster a mentoring culture by answering questions, freely sharing experiences and learning resources, and when possible offering rookies one-on-one tutoring.

    Specifically prohibited with your in-alliance character: Piracy, baiting, or scamming; initiating aggression on other players’ ships, pods, or deployed structures; sovereignty interference; participating in NPSI fleets; aggressive actions in support of PvP fleets including boosts, cynos, bumping, or target intel; use of mobile siphons; corp or other theft; placing bounties. Note: Ships, wrecks and drones abandoned in space are considered salvage and may be harvested. Abandoned ships may not be destroyed.

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