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EvE Terminology

Abbreviation index Meaning Extra Notes
o7 Salute
0.0 Nullsec
AAR Ancillary Armor Repairer Module
AB Afterburner Module
AC Autocannon Projectile weapon type
ACR Ancillary Current Router Rig
Active Module A module that must be manually activated by the player
ADC Assault Damage Control Module
AF Assault Frigate Ship size class (Tech 2 Frigate)
AFK "Away from keyboard"
Aggro Aggression
Alfa Alternate spelling of Alpha
Align Accelerating towards an object in preparation for warp
Aligned The act of moving towards a warpable object at a minimum speed of 75% ready to warp to said object at a moment's notice
Alliance A group of Corporations
Ally A group of Corporations
Alpha 1. The Alpha Clone state
2. The amount of damage dealt in a single volley from firing all weapons simultaneously. Sometimes sufficient to destroy a target before it can repair the damage.
Alt Alternate character
Ancil Ancillary Armor Repairer or Ancillary Shield Repairer Module
Anomaly Cosmic Anomaly
Anoms Cosmic Anomalies
Arby Arbitrator Ship
Arty Artillery Projectile weapon type
ASB Ancillary Shield Booster Module
AU Astronomical Unit, a unit of distance. 1 AU is the distance from the Sun to the Earth: 149,597,871 km
AT Alliance Tournament
Awox To attack and destroy the ship of a pilot in the same player-run corporation without warning. Derived from the name of the first widely known EVE pilot to do so
AWU Advanced Weapon Upgrades Skill
Bait To expose a seemingly easy target in order to lure an enemy into committing to an engagement
BB Blackbird Ship
BC Battlecruiser Ship size class (Tech 1 ones)
BCS Ballistic Control System, previously called Ballistic control Unit Module
BCU Ballistic Control Unit, now called Ballistic Control System Module
Blap To destroy a ship suddenly or quickly
Blob A large fleet (or in some cases, any fleet larger than the speaker's).
Generally used as a pejorative term, suggesting that members of that fleet are relying on numbers to win.
May also be referred to as a "zerg". May also be used as a verb, for the act of winning a fight through numbers.
Blops Black Ops Battleships Ship size class (Tech 2 Battleship)
Blue A pilot, corporation, or alliance with positive standings.
Blue Loot Sleeper loot gotten from Sleeper wrecks and data sites. Can be sold to NPCs for ISK. Is called blue loot because of the blue icons.
BM Bookmark
boosh To use a Micro Jump Field Generator to displace (part of) a fleet.
Booster A ship used to provide Command Bursts to their fleet
Boson Bosonic Field Generator, a large cone AoE superweapon usable by titans. Notable for its past ability to decimate subcapitals before a nerf in 2019
Bounce To warp to a nearby celestial, player, or bookmark and back at a closer range to avoid having to slow-boat to a target or destination.
Bounty 1. Player bounties. Which is bounty placed on one player, from another player.
2. NPC bounties. These are placed by CONCORD and can be gotten by killing the NPC ship.
BPC Blueprint Copy
BPO Blueprint Original
BR Blockade Runner, a class of fast industrial ships designed to carry moderate quantities of carry cargo through dangerous space. Ship size class (Tech 2 Hauler)
BS A common abbreviation for battleships. Ship size class
Bubble Warp disruption field, a spherical area of space that prevents ships within it from warping, and forcibly pulls in inbound warping ships.
Created by Interdictors, Heavy Interdiction Cruisers, or by deployed Mobile Warp Disruptors
Buff To increase the stats or effectiveness of something. Opposite of Nerf.
Buffer A method of tanking relying on having a large amount of hit points.
Bump The act of (intentionally) colliding with another ship in space, causing both to be pushed away.
Carebear A contextually derogatory or affectionate term for players or pursuits which are not PvP-centric.
Camp To hold location at a specific point waiting for targets, usually at a stargate or station.
Cap 1.Capacitor
2.Capital ship
Capchain "Capacitor chain", the practice of multiple Logistics Cruisers or battleships sending each other one or more Remote Capacitor Transmitters, to provide each other with infinite capacitor energy
(by the transmitters restoring their target more capacitor than they cost to activate).
Cap Stable When a ship recharges capacitor faster than its modules consume it, allowing all modules to remain active indefinitely.
Capsule An egg-shaped apparatus used by pilots to interface with a ship. Ejected and used as an escape pod in case of ship destruction. A slow and weak vessel.
Capsuleer In-game term for player characters. Humans who pilot ships through the use of a capsule and have been rendered effectively immortal through cloning technology.
Capital Capital ship Ship size class
CCC Capacitor Control Circuit Rig
CD Command Destroyer Ship size class (Tech 2 Battlecruiser)
Ceptor Interceptors Ship size class (Tech 2 Frigate)
Chemo A group of CovOps cloak, smartbomb-fit Strategic Cruisers used to kill fleets of small ships
CLORP Cloak+Warp. What ships who can warp cloaked should be doing always.
CNR Raven Navy Issue (derived from previous name: Caldari Navy Raven) Ship
CNS Scorpion Navy Issue (derived from previous name: Caldari Navy Scorpion) Ship
Concorded Destroyed by CONCORD
Concordokken The destruction of a ship by CONCORD
Content 1.As EVE is an extremely wide-open sandbox with little story or other enforced activities provided by the developers,
players must often come up with their own objectives and activities ('Content') to fill their game time with.
2.PVP fights
Convo In-game direct conversation, initiated by selecting "Start Conversation" from the right-click menu.
Corp Corporation
CovOps 1.Covert Ops
2.The Covert Ops Cloaking Device
1.Ship Size class (Tech 2 Frigate)
CPR Capacitor Power Relay Module
CPU Central Processing Unit
Crowbar An ECM ship for prying a more valuable ship out of a sticky situation
CSAA Capital Ship Assembly Array
CSM Council of Stellar Management
CSPA Short for "CONCORD Spam Prevention Act". A 'CSPA charge' is a small amount of ISK which can be levied on communications such as conversations and mail, acting as a deterrent to spam.
Crit A Wormhole which "has been critically disrupted [...] and is on the verge of collapse"
CTA Short for "Call to Arms". An announcement of an alliance- or coalition-wide combat operation.
Curse of BWF A widely held belief that any corporation or alliance which holds the BWF-ZZ system in the Geminate region will shortly failcascade.
Customs Office An orbital structure used to import and export goods to and from planets.
Cwizzing Using the Point Defense System of a Citadel. (Derived from the real-life acronym 'CIWS')
Cyno Cynosural field
Damage Dealer A ship whose primary role in a fleet is to deal damage.
Damp Sensor dampening
DC 1.Damage Control (previously known as Damage Control Unit)
DCU 1.Drone Control Unit, a now-defunct module that allowed carriers and supercarriers to control one additional drone. Removed in Citadel patch.
2.Damage Control Unit (now called Damage Control)
DD 1.Damage dealer
3.Doomsday (Weapon)

2. Ship
Deadspace Pockets of space typically accessed via acceleration gate which cannot be entered via normal warp. Commonly used for missions and complexes.
Deathcloning Self destructing your pod to travel to your home station.
Depot Mobile Depot.
Dessie/Dessi/Dessy Destroyer. Ship size class
DGC Defensive gate camp
Dictor Interdictor. Ship size class (Tech 2 Destroyer)
Disco A ship fitting which uses a large number of smartbombs, typically at least one of each damage type. Named for the graphical effects seen when they are fired.
Discovery Scanner See Sensor Overlay
Doctrine A monolithic fleet concept, usually consisting of one or two ship fittings. Allows the FC to make decisions based on a known performance profile.
Domi Dominix. Ship
DPS 1.Damage per second.
2.Damage Dealer (when discussing fleet compositions)
Dread Dreadnought. Ship size class
Dread bomb The act of jumping a large number of insured dreadnoughts into a fight in order to quickly destroy a group of enemy capital ships.
The dreadnoughts used in a dread bomb often do not survive; and so their job is to do as much damage as possible during their short lifespan.
Drop 1.The act of jumping one or more (usually) capital ships on a target, to quickly destroy it.
2.A booster used to improve turret tracking.
Drone boat A ship which relies heavily on Drones for combat, like the Ishtar or Dominix.
Dronebunny A ship in a fleet with a fast lock time, which other ships in the fleet order their drones to Assist,
so that all drones in the fleet can rapidly and cohesively switch targets regardless of what their owners are doing.
DScan Directional Scan, which lets you see ships in space over long range or in specific directions.
DST Deep Space Transport Ship size class (Tech 2 Hauler)
DT Server downtime.
EANM Energized Adaptive Nano Membrane, the former name of the Multispectrum Energized Membrane Module
ECM Electronic Countermeasures
ECCM Electronic Counter-Countermeasures
EFT 1.EVE Fitting Tool, a tool dealing with ship fitting that has been abandoned and replaced by PYFA
2.The text format used for exporting, copy-pasting, and sharing fits out of game, and importing fits into the game. Originally created by EVE Fitting Tool, later integrated with the in-game fitting window.
EHP Effective Hit Points (see Tanking)
ENAM Extremely common mis-acronymization of EANM
EP Escape point
ET 1.EVE time
2.Energy Transfer (now called Remote Capacitor Transmitter)
ETA Estimated time of arrival
EVE EVE Online
EW/EWAR Electronic warfare
Failcascade Failure Cascade. The escalating collapse of a corporation or alliance in EVE, either through leadership problems or other issues
FAX Force Auxiliary Ship size class
FC Fleet Commander
Firewalling A defensive strategy of using Smartbombs to destroy incoming missiles
Flag An engagement status caused by one or more illegal or semi-illegal activities
Flashy Being flagged as a legitimate target, or used as noun to describe a pilot that has been flagged, either by having a security status of -5.0 or below ("permaflashy"),
from committing Suspect or Criminal actions, being a war target, or being flagged in a Limited Engagement.
Flip Can Flipping
Flytrap An armed POS that has no force field to appear offline to unsuspecting prey
FR Flashing Red. Criminal flag
Freeport 1.A dockable structure owned by a player corporation that has chosen to allow docking to all players
2.Freeport mode. a feature of outposts
Frogs Slightly derogatory term for Gallente Factional Warfare pilots. See also: Squids.
FW Factional Warfare
Gank To ambush and destroy an enemy, without giving them the chance to fight back.
GANKED A tag on ZKillboard representing a ship which was killed by multiple pilots who were then immediately killed by CONCORD. See Suicide ganking.
Gate 1.Stargate
2.Acceleration Gate
Gate fire Taking fire from the gate guns
Gate gun Automated gun at the gate, which will fire upon players committing illegal act inside their range (around 150km)
GCC Short for "Global Criminal Countdown", an outdated name for the criminal timer.
GF "Good fight". Usually said in local after a battle.
Ghetto Logi T1 Logistic ships, Augoror, Exequror, Osprey and Scythe
Gimp To make a certain setup or attribute ineffective. Extreme version of Nerf.
Grid A discrete section of space generated by the presence of objects in space.
Grid_Fu Grid manipulation by using game mechanics. Grid size was changed from 250km to 8000km in 2015
GSC Giant Secure Container
Gyro Gyrostabilizer Module
HAC Heavy Assault Cruiser Ship size class (Tech 2 Cruiser)
HAM Heavy Assault Missiles
Hardpoint A ship attribute that determines the number of missile launchers or turrets that can be fitted
Hard skills Skills trained by characters (as opposed to soft skills).
Heavy Tackle A tanky ship which holds tackle on an enemy ship such as a Heavy Interdiction Cruiser. This is in contrast to light tackle which are a fast ships with little tank.
HAW High-Angle Weapons, capital ship weapons designed to engage subcapital targets (see Turrets)
Headshotting The act of specifically killing the opposing fleet commander(s) during a fight, usually to disrupt the fleet and/or end the fight
Hero Tackle A ship or pilot who flies in alone to Tackle an enemy ship, hold them until their allies arrive, and usually die taking their target with them
Hic/Hictor Heavy Interdiction Cruiser Ship size class (Tech 2 Cruiser)
HFI/HIFI Hurricane Fleet Issue Ship
HOC "Hold on contact"
HP Hit points (see Tanking)
HS High Security space
HUD Heads Up Display
Huffing Gas cloud harvesting
IHUB Infrastructure Hub (see Sovereignty for Sov Null or Faction Warfare)
Indy Industrial
Injector Skill Injector
Insta-undock A method of safely undocking from a station by immediately warping to a bookmark directly off of the undock point. (see Bookmarks)
Instadock A method of safely docking in a station by warping to a bookmark within the station's docking radius.
Inty Interceptor Ship size class (Tech 2 Frigate)
In Pipe A message to allies that you have initiated warp, or are already traveling in warp
Invuln 1.Adaptive Invulnerability Field, the former name of the Multispectrum Shield Hardener
2.Any active Shield Hardeners, usually commented as a reminder to turn them on before going into combat. ("Invulns on")
IPH ISK per hour (also ISK/hr)
IRL "In real life"
ISK Inter Stellar Kredits, the in-game currency of EVE Online. (Also the currency code of the Icelandic króna.)
iStab Inertial Stabilizers Module
Jam The act of using ECM modules to jam the targeting systems of a ship
Jetcan A temporary container created when jettisoning something from a cargo hold
JC Jump clone
JJJ "Jump, Jump, Jump", a common movement order in fleets
JOC "Jump on contact", a common movement order in fleets
Jump The act of moving between two solar systems
Jump Destroyer Command Destroyer Ship size class (Tech 2 Destroyer)
J-Space Can mean either "Wormhole space", in reference to the J present in all numbered wormhole system names, or "Jove-space", in reference of the area of space where Jovians live
K-Space Known space
Kitchen Sink A fleet without a clear unifying doctrine.
Kite/Kiting Keeping your distance from shorter-ranged enemies, allowing you to damage them without letting them damage you.
LAR Large Armor Repairer Module
LML Light Missile Launcher Missile Weapon Type
Links Command Bursts
Logi Logistics ships Ship size class (Tech 2 Cruiser)
Loot The contents of a destroyed ship, which are left behind in a container when the ship is destroyed.
Local The standard chat channel that shows who are in system while in high-sec, low-sec and null-sec. Does not show players in system while in wormholes.
Locust A group of pilots running missions in one large fleet
LP Loyalty Points
LSB Large Shield Booster Module
LSE Large Shield Extender
MAPC Micro Auxiliary Power Core Module
Macro mining The illegal use of 3rd party scripts to automate the mining process
MAR Medium Armor Repairer Module
ME Material Efficiency (see Blueprints)
Merc/Mercenary A player or corporation that takes contracts to kill, wardec and perform other hostile actions for ISK.
Meta 1.Meta level (see Techs, Tiers and Meta levels)
2.To replace a module with a another module of the same type but with a different meta level (see Techs, Tiers and Meta levels)
3.Common or popular ships, fittings, and doctrines
4.Examination of a game from an outside perspective
Metagaming Taking actions beyond the confines of the game universe to gain an advantage.
MFS Magnetic Field Stabilizer Module
Mins Minerals
MJD Micro Jump Drive Module
MJFG Micro Jump Field Generator Module
MLU Mining Laser Upgrade Module
Mods Modules
MSE Medium Shield Extender Module
MTU Mobile Tractor Unit
Multiboxing Playing with two (or more) characters simultaneously
Multispec Multispectrum Shield Hardener, or Multispectrum Energized Membrane Module
MW Megawatt, a unit of measurement used to describe a ship's powergrid output
MWD Microwarpdrive Module
Nano Nanofiber Internal Structure Module
Nanogang A small fleet of ships reliant on speed, evasion, and hit-and-run tactics, rather than numbers or raw damage advantage
Napoc Apocalypse Navy Issue Ship
NBSI "Not blue, shoot it"
Nerf To reduce the stats or effectiveness of something. Opposite of Buff
Neut Energy Neutralizer Module
Newbie A term used to refer to a newer or less experienced players. Usually used in a neutral manner
Newbro A term used to refer to a newer or less experienced players. Usually used in a positive, endearing manner
Noob A term used to refer to a newer or less experienced players. Occasionally used in a derogatory manner
NOmen Omen Navy Issue Ship
NOP (Newbies/Newbros/Noobs) on Patrol
NOS Nosferatu Module
NOsprey Osprey Navy Issue Ship
NPC Non-player character
NPSI "Not purple, shoot it"
NRDS "Not red, don't shoot"
Null Either "Null Security Space" (see System security) or a type of blaster ammo named "Null"
Officer A rare named pirate NPC that drops some of the most expensive modules.
Omega The Omega Clone state
Omni Tank A tank effective against all 4 damage types
OMW "On my way"
Ongrid Booster A deprecated term for a ship using Warfare Links to enhance a fleet, while being with the fleet as opposed to at a safe spot in the system. See Command Bursts for the more modern system.
Offgrid Booster A deprecated term for a ship using Warfare Links to enhance a fleet, while hiding at a safe spot somewhere in the system. Offgrid Boosters are no longer possible
ONI 1.Osprey Navy Issue
2.Omen Navy Issue
OOC 1.Out of Corporation
2.Out of character
Op/Ops Operation(s)
OP Overpowered
OpSec Operational Security
ORE Outer Ring Excavations
Outlaw A pilot with a security status of -5 or less.
Painter Target Painter Module
Passive Module A ship module which does not need to be manually activated
PDS 1.Power Diagnostic System
2.Point Defense System

Pew Pew Common term for combat, based on the noises made by the weapons.
PG Power Grid
PI Planetary Interaction
Picket A ship placed outside of tactical locations such as gates and stations to watch for enemy activity
Pipe A sequence of systems with only one way in and out on either end, which must be traversed to move between two areas of space. Can be vulnerable to Pipe Bombing.
Piracy The act of engaging in PvP for profit
Plex 1.Complex (see Cosmic Anomalies, Cosmic Signatures)
2.Pilot's License Extension (PLEX)
PLEX Tanking Sarcastic term for transporting PLEX through space, usually with a ship not usually used for hauling. Note that because the PLEX Vault can be accessed from anywhere, no pilot should ever need to do this.
Pocket Alternate term for an area of deadspace
POCO Player-owned Customs Office
Pod Capsule Ship
Podding The act of destroying a player's pod
Pod Express A quick method of travelling to a player's home station by self-destructing their capsule.
Pod Killing The act of destroying a player's pod
Point 1.A Warp Disruptor or Warp Scrambler
2.The act of using targeted warp disruption on a ship
POS Player-owned starbase
POS Trash Unpiloted ships sitting within the force field of a POS
Prop Mod Propulsion module
Pubbie A derogatory term used by some players to refer to others outside their own group
PvE Player versus Environment
PvP Player versus Player
QQ Cry / Crying
QRF Short for "Quick Response Fleet", a short-term fleet to respond to imminent threats
Rat Hostile NPC. Short for "pirate", although also used because said NPCs tend to be very weak but very numerous (like real life rats).
Ratting The act of hunting hostile NPCs, usually done to earn ISK.
Rage Roll The act of repeatedly Rolling a static wormhole as fast as possible, to find Content
RCU Reactor Control Unit Module
Red Box The state of being both targeted and subjected to hostile action by a player or NPC
Red Loot Triglavian Survey Databases, looted from the Abyss or Triglavian NPC ships. Can be sold to certain NPC stations for ISK, or can be traded in at DED LP Stores.
Nicknamed "Red Loot" because, similar to Blue Loot, it's a loot item, whose icon is red.
Refine Reprocess
Reinforced A temporary (about 1-4 days) invulnerable state entered by some structures after taking a certain amount of damage, allowing the owners time to form a response fleet.
Rep Repair
Resebo Remote Sensor Booster Module
RF 1.Reinforce
2."Republic Fleet", usually seen as a faction module prefix.
RL Real Life
RHML Rapid Heavy Missile Launcher Missile Weapon Type
RLML Rapid Light Missile Launcher Missile Weapon Type
RMT Real Money Trading
RoE Rules of Engagement
RoF "Rate of fire"
Roll 1.Wormhole rolling, the act of collapsing a wormhole by passing a large amount of mass through it
2.Abyssal roll, an abyssal module or the act of creating one
Roles Specific access and corporation management rights authorized to individual pilots - in E-UNI this is usually as part of a title or management position
RR Remote repair
Safety Ship setting that helps prevent accidental acts of aggression that would cause the pilot to otherwise gain the Criminal or Suspect flags.
SAR Small Armor Repairer Module
SB 1.Stealth Bomber
1.Ship Size Class (Tech 2 Frigate)
SC 1.Squad Commander
2.Shared Can
SCI System Cost Index, a rough indication to how much your job will cost, relatively, to install
Scram Warp scrambler Module
Sebo Sensor Booster Module
Sec 1.Security status
2.System security
Sensor Overlay The automatically scanned overlay that activates upon entering a new solar system or undocking.
The Sensor Overlay shows the location of landmarks, bookmarks, and Cosmic Signatures / Anomalies in space.
Shotgunning Inspect a location without scanning
Sisi Singularity
Six In any lists, the sixth item is commonly omitted in reference to a Monty Python sketch ("Australian University of Woolloomooloo")
SKIN Super Kerr-Induced Nanocoatings, items which apply cosmetic changes (e.g. different colours) to ships.
Slow-boat (also "slowboat") Moving in space at sub-warp velocities
Smack talk Talking trash, taunting, or annoying people in local chat. University members are expected to steer clear.
Jokingly referenced in the error message when under a Session Timer from entering or moving within a Fleet.
Soft skills Skills learned by players through experience or study, as opposed to hard skills.
SOP Standard Operating Procedures
SOV Null Sovereign Nullspace
SP Skill Points
Spai Another common way of spelling spy. Spais typically are those who have infiltrated another corporation. Can be thought of as 'Sneaky Player Acquiring Intel (SPAI)'
Spider See Locust
Spiraling The act of manually approaching a target via a continuously diagonal vector. See Manual Piloting.
SPR Shield Power Relay Module
Splash To enter a Wormhole
Squids Slightly derogatory name for Caldari Factional Warfare pilots. See also: Frogs.
SRP Ship Replacement Program
SSE Small Shield Extender Module
SSO Single Sign-On, a centralized log-in tool CCP provides for both in game, out of game and third party applications.
Stab Warp Core Stabilizer
Stargate Large structure in space which most ships must use to travel between solar systems.
Static A Wormhole type, present in every wormhole system but specific to the system, which will always immediately re-generate every time it closes
Stront Strontium Clathrates. Used in POS Warfare, and consumed by Dreadnoughts and Force Auxiliaries.
Stront Check Attacking a POS to see if it contains Stront. Usually done to annoy the owner.
Super/Supercap Supercapital ship, usually a supercarrier (or, rarely, a titan)
Tack A hyphen ('-') (used for clarity when speaking)
TC Tracking Computer Module
TCU Territorial Control Unit
TD Tracking Disruptor Module
TE 1.Tracking Enhancer
2.Time Efficiency
TF Teraflops, a unit used to measure a ship's CPU (see Fitting)
TFF Thanks For Fleet - gratitude to FC
Tick 1.Server tick
2.Bounty payouts per 20 minutes
TiDi Time Dilation
Tiericide An ongoing rebalancing of ships and modules in EVE according to roles rather than performance. See Tech and Meta Levels.
TL Tracking Link (now called Remote Tracking Computer) Module
TLF Tribal Liberation Force, the Minmatar Factional Warfare NPC corporation.
Top Station The first station in the list when you right click in space and select 'Stations'.
TP Target Painter Module
TQ Tranquility
Travelceptor Any Interceptor specifically fitted to enter warp in <= 2s
Trig/Triangle Triglavian ship
TS TeamSpeak, a third-party VOIP software utility
T1 Tech 1 (stylized 'Tech I'; see Techs, Tiers and Meta levels)
T2 Tech 2 (stylized 'Tech II'; see Techs, Tiers and Meta levels)
T3 Tech 3 (stylized 'Tech III'; see Strategic Cruisers, Tactical Destroyers)
UTC Universal Time, the server time for EVE
VNI Vexor Navy Issue Ship
VOC "Verge of Collapse", a Wormhole state in which the Wormhole has less than 10% of its mass limit remaining
Wardec War Declaration
Warp bubble Bubble
WC Wing Commander
WCS Warp Core Stabilizer Module
Web Stasis Webifier Module
WH Wormhole
Widot A smaller alliance coalescing into one corporation to join a larger alliance.
(Named after Wildly Inappropriate., an alliance that merged into a corporation of the same name to join the larger Goonswarm Federation)
WL Wait List, a way for the waitlist manager to handle people waiting to get into Incursions fleets
Wrecking shot A 1% chance shot fired by a Turret, which is guaranteed to hit and deals 300% damage
W-Space Wormhole Space
WSOP Wartime Standard Operating Procedures, a defunct SOP that dictated Uni operations during wartime
WT War Target
www A message typed in fleet chat, indicating a pilot ships in the fleet should warp to
X up A method of indicating availability for a given task.
If an "x up" for an activity or volunteer role is recommended, pilots interested should simply post "x" in the chat channel indicated, optionally followed by additional info as requested.
XLASB/XLAncil X-Large Ancillary Shield Booster Module
Yellow Box Being targeted by someone, or to target someone, without also being the subject of hostile action.
Yulai Convention The Yulai Convention is an RP term for a number of game mechanics and systems within EVE.
Zero Zero Null security space

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