Posts Tagged ‘uprising

04
Jun
13

This Week In Dust: Uprising Week 2

I’m looking for people to help with my reports, the PC report is taking up a very large chunk of my free time, if anyone would be interested in maintaining the Corporate Activity or Top Player reports I’ve done in the past contact me at broker@dustreports.com. (in game data tracking is the primary need)

Forum thread is here.

23
May
13

This Week In Dust: Uprising Week 1

The Info Broker is back with another report:

I’ve finished my report on the first week of PC. I’ve decided to focus more on the bigger alliances and the Corporation in them. 44 of the 45 successfully attacked districts went to a named Alliances on page two of the report (the other one went to an independent Corporation that seems to have ties to CRONOS).

The top four alliances in terms of landholding already hold over 75% of the districts.

While Ideally I could track everyone, I am instead focusing my efforts on those who are making big impacts, if a group can make a big impact without an Alliance tag, I’ll be the first to make note of that. Until that happens sadly non-alliance Corporations will be mostly excluded from my reports.

Unclaimed. and Negative Feedback will be included on a unique page in my next report

CRONOS

Secured all remaining Hadaleolfarbar for full Control
Secured all remaining districts on Oddelelf for full Control
Pressing a heavy offensive on bosena, taking majority control on the planet
Attacked EoN and set up a base on audesder

ORION

Suffered heavy losses on Aedaid from EoN
Driven out of Audesder by EoN
Suffered heavy losses on Hrober from Negative Feedback/EoN attacks.
Appears to have attacked themselves on Hrober for protection (12 attacks with 0 clone loss) 960,000M ISK cost.

EON

Gained Majority Control of Muttokon from Unclaimed
Gained Majority Control of Aedaid from ORION
Gained Majority Control of Hrober from ORION
Removed Orion from Audesder
Lost a district to CRONOS in Audesder

ROFL

Drove Unclaimed from Egbinger
Lost Complete Control of Aeditide
Lost a district on Osvetur to League of Infamy
Drove Orion out of Klinght, but lost the gains to NF

Unclaimed

Attacked mimiror and nearly secured it from Covert Intervention
Lost all land on egbinger and muttokon

Negative Feedback

Attacked Osvertur and took a district from ROFL
Attacked Klingt and took a district from an unallied Corp
Attacked Altbrard and took a district from CRONOS
Attacked Hrober and inflicted heavy losses on ORION

League of Infamy

Suffered losses on bosena at the hands of CRONOS
Attacked osvetur and took a district from ROFL

13
May
13

This Week In Dust: Uprising Week 0

The Info Broker has a weekly ‘state of the alliances’ report. It’s awesome and you should feel awesome reading it. Here’s this week‘s.

Revisons/Changes to the Alliance Map
My notes on the updates in the political landscape of dust. Quite a few changes in the last two weeks.

Updated Alliance Map [5/12]
Most up to date map of Dusts landscape

Corporate Activity
It seems like the top Corporations have slightly lower activity now, althought it may be due to WP being harder to obtain in Uprising.

Alliance Activity
The fall of Arrogance knocked EoN off the top, and CRONOS regained the title of most active alliance.

Top 250 Players [What Corporations they are in]
This is a look at where the top 250 players fall. The dust landscape isn’t very diverse, 33% of the most active 250 players belong to just five Corporations. 75% of the top 250 players belong to just 20 different corporations.

Editorial on the Report

There were a few interesting developments from the report. Warpoints earned this week by the top 100 corporations was the lowest since I started keeping track. Last week it was 148mil WP, this week it was only 83mil. This could be explained by the new Uprising build causing much lower warpoint gains, as well as triple SP play incentives last week. Either way it’s not the best numbers for a new build where you would expect more play overall.

Hellstorm seems to have some amazing recruiting powers. As you can see in the last page of the report they’ve managed to pick up nine new top 250 players over the last 2 weeks. They now have more new top 250 members than they do core top 250 members.

PR(z)O is back on the leaderboard as CBJ’s third rebranding. Sadly no matter what he does he just can’t shake that 1.24 KDR that seems to plague him no matter what the name of his Corporation is. PRO and PR(z)O also lost 3 of the 4 top 250 players that PRO still had.

Orion Empire silently adds four new Corporations to the alliance in the last couple weeks, CRONOS also picked up Academy Inferno a few days ago. It seems like PC is forcing hasty alliances.

Like I said; awesome work.

08
May
13

Throwing Uprising

New controls are profoundly unpleasant to use.

Unhappy times.