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EVE Mission Guide: Patriotic Measures

Posted Sun, May 03, 2009 by Savanja

This guide will walk you through each mission, step by step, and offer tips for the new player.  If you have any questions regarding these missions that aren't answered here then please visit our forums to ask!

 

Patriotic Measures: Mission 1 of 5

OBJECTIVE: Fly close to any structure you find so your instruments can scan it.
REWARD: 27000 credits
BONUS REWARD: 29000 credits

MISSION DETAILS: Warp in and you'll immediate see a few groups of pirates scattered around a large structure. Approach in close to the structure and this is all you really need to do. Once you've gotten close to it, you get your update and can warp out. If you have a nicely equipped frigate or better ship, you can kill off all the pirates for fun and loot.

Patriotic Measures: Mission 2 of 5

OBJECTIVE: Safely transport the data chip.
REWARD: 8400 credits
BONUS REWARD: 9100 credits

MISSION DETAILS: Pick up the data chip from your items window and place it into your ship's cargohold. Set your destination via your journal entry of this mission and travel to your mission location to drop off the data chip.

Patriotic Measures: Mission 3 of 5

OBJECTIVE: Destroy the research outpost.
REWARD: 17000 credits
BONUS REWARD: 18000 credits

MISSION DETAILS: Warp to deadspace location and pick the closest group of pirates to pick off first. If you're careful, you can get the first group before the furthest group is even aware you are there. Once all the pirates have been destroyed, make your way to the structure, set your orbit distance and start shooting! It isn't too tough of a outpost to take out, most of the work was snagging the pirates.

Patriotic Measures: Mission 4 of 5

OBJECTIVE: Destroy the ships; bring scientist back to agent's station.
REWARD: 23000 credits
BONUS REWARD: 21000 credits

MISSION DETAILS: Here you will need to collect a scientist from a transport ship. The big ship is no threat so concentrate on destroying it's escorts first. Once you've taken out the small ships, destroy the big one and loot the scientist from the cargo of the bigger ship and return him to the station.

Patriotic Measures: Mission 5 of 5

OBJECTIVE: Destroy the prototype macroshield generator, plus any enemy ships.
REWARD: 78000 credits
BONUS REWARD: 70000 credits

MISSION DETAILS: Warp into the first area and you'll find a few pesky pirate that need taking out. These guys are simple and easily destroyed. Use the acceleration gate to move on to the next area where you'll see a bunch more pirates and 3 battery control towers. Take care of the enemies first then destroy the battery control towers. Remember to loot the cargo containers they leave behind for all sorts of goodies! Now you can destroy the macroshield generator.  It's a little hard to hit at first, but they will be exploding to bits quick enough. Loot those as well because there is quite a bit of items left over from the wreckage.


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