Here you can find instructions on how to complete contracts.
- 1 Corporations
- 2 Accepting Contracts
- 3 Unaccepting Contract
- 4 Progressing Contracts
- 5 Available Contracts
- 6 Viewing all Contracts
- 7 Contract Rewards
- 8 Anomaly Contracts
- 9 Data Contracts
- 10 Item Contracts
- 11 Kill Mobs Contract
- 12 Kill Wanted Contracts
- 13 Mining Contracts
- 14 Ship Combat Contracts
- 15 Siege Defense Contracts
- 16 Table Of Contents
There are 10 Corporations that are spread around the 8 systems. Each corporation has a theme and at least 1 type of contract that you can complete. Each corporation also has a human npc, called a contact, that you can talk to by right clicking on them. When you talk to the contact, you can accept, unaccept, and progress contracts.
When you talk with a contact, a GUI appears with 3 options that you can select. The option on the right is for accepting contracts. If you click on the option, a new GUI will open. This GUI will have a list of all available contracts that you can accept. Every day, the list of available contracts will reset. You can accept a contract at any time by clicking on the contract item. However, data contracts have a bonus time limit during which they cannot be unaccepted. Therefore, it is wise to only accept a data contract when you want to start it. In addition, completing an illegal contract will give you an infraction and make you wanted.
When you talk with a contact, a GUI appears with 3 options that you can select. The option in the middle is for unaccepting contracts. If you click on the option, a new GUI will open. This GUI will have a list of all accepted contracts. You can unaccept most contracts by clicking on the contract item. The exception to this is that you cannot unaccept data contracts until the time limit on the bonus has expired.
When you talk with a contact, a GUI appears with 3 options that you can select. The option on the left is for progressing contracts. If you click on the option, a new GUI will open. This GUI will have a list of all contracts that you can progress at this contact. If you can progress a contract at this time, you can click on one of the contract items to progress it. Usually, you can only progress a contract at the contact from which you accepted the contract. The exception to this is that you must progress data contracts at other corporation's contacts.
Available contracts are those that you have not accepted. New contracts will replace all currently available contracts at midnight. If you want to do a contract at a later date, make sure that you accept the contract because otherwise it will be replaced at midnight.
Viewing all Contracts
You can view all contracts that you currently have by using /contract view or /contract list
Completing a contract gives you the specified number of credits. In addition, it gives you the same amount of reputation with the corporation that you get the contract from. Reputation is used to rankup in corporations.
To complete an anomaly contract, you must discover anomalies using a radar. You discover an anomaly when you use the radar ping when you are within the range of being able to see the anomaly on the radar visually. In addition, it shows you more information about the anomaly such as what kind it is. Once you have discovered the required anomalies, you can complete the contract in the progress contract screen of the contact you got the contract from.
There are two types of data contracts. In the first type you transfer data from the station that gave you the contract to another station. In the second type you transfer data from a station other than the one that gave you the contract to yet another station. Once you accept a data contract, there is a time limit within which you can get a bonus for completing the contract so speed is of the essence. To pick up data from or deliver data to another station, go to the progress contract button in the specified contact and click on the contract item. This will then either complete the contract or progress it to the next stage. You do not have to pick up data from the station that you start the contract at.
To complete item contracts, you must be able to fit all of the required items in the droppers of your ship. You must dock at the station that you want to complete the contract then talk to the contact. You can then progress the contract and if you have enough items, it will complete. Therefore, it is advised that you take a few more items than you think you need just in case you don't bring enough.
Kill Mobs Contract
To complete a mob killing contract, you kill the specified number of the specified mob. You can then complete the contract by talking to the contact that gave you the contract. From there, you go into the progress contract screen and click on the contract item.
Kill Wanted Contracts
To complete a kill wanted contract, you kill wanted players. The goal of the contract is to make wanted players lose infractions rather than to get a certain number of kills. When a wanted player is killed, they lose infractions to the point to where they go down one wanted level. Higher wanted levels require more infractions, so players with a higher wanted level make better targets. However, they will also be generally harder to kill. Once you make wanted players lose the appropriate amount of infractions, you can complete the contract in the progress contract screen of the contact you got the contract from.
To complete a mining contract, you mine a certain type of ore. Once you mine all of the required blocks, you can complete the contract by going to the progress contract screen of the contact you got the contract from.
Ship Combat Contracts
There are two types of ship combat contracts, those that target wanted ships and those that do not. Something important to note is that in the contracts that do not target wanted ships, wanted ships still count towards the contract. In both of these types, want to destroy blocks on appropriate ships for the contract. This way, you can still gain progress for your contract even if you are defeated in battle. In addition, you can break the sign of a ship that is not yours and that has been piloted within the last 5 minutes to gain a data core. Data cores "contain" the blocks that were not destroyed on the ship. You can claim these blocks for your contract by right clicking a data core while it is in your hand. Once you have destroyed all of the required blocks, you can complete the contract by going to the progress contract screen of the contact you got the contract from.
Siege Defense Contracts
To complete a siege defense contract, you kill players that are currently an attacker during a siege. This does not have to be located at the siege site because even if you do not participate directly in the siege, you are still helping the sieged faction. Once you have killed all of the required attackers, you can complete the contract by going to the progress contract screen of the contact you got the contract from.
Table Of Contents
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|Ship Blocks and HP||Ship Classes|
|SQTech Machines||Ship Modules|
|Faction Basics||Claiming and Sieges|
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