Those who roll from sector to sector see it all the time. Hit a sector and ask, just for chuckles, across the public comms what the sector rules are. Low and behold, a few seconds later here come dozens of response:
No hit sector
We don't hit insector
This is a no hit sector
If you want to hit bases go out of sector
blah blah blah
Then the screams start as the person who rolled in starts rolling bases breakin' the rules they just asked about. Usually, they go after the biggest and the smallest they can find just to make the point of what they can do and no one is safe.
So the question is posed: Do no hit sectors really exist?
Well, I venture to say they don't. There is no such sector, perhaps a few no-hit players, but the existence of a sector that does not have people hitting within it is a myth that those who live in these alleged sectors like to think exists. How you ask?
Well, when that player rolls in and starts hitting others, what is the first thing the sector does, sometimes effectively, sometimes not so effectively? They roll fleets to try and shut them down. Dock hits, sniping fleets, attempting to hit the base of the offender. All of these within the confines of the sector, within it's borders. So, if it is a no hit sector and someone shows up and starts hitting bases and that players base is within the sector then a true no-hit sector will not attack them. After all, it is a no-hit sector isn't it?
Drac Base #2 - Done Solo
also its not just hitting your base or fleets, its not helping you in anyway, when you under attack or want help in raids or want help in any other way.
no insect hitting isn't a myth, its there and when a sector works together well, then it can be dealt with easily. personally I love no insect hitting, enjoy working with people I become friends with on mass attacks in neighboring sectors, love seeing someone coming out of my base and getting caught by 1 of the many fleets at my base helping. love catching people coming out of battles and helping my friends. all in all, its much fun and way it should be imo.
end of day, each to there own on how they play.
"Life is hard. If you are stupid its harder."
Tried alliance, sail under no man's colors but mine, if I dance I will choose the fiddler and the tune.
Of course, now a messaging system has been introduced, people can privately send you bragging, abuse or whining. Alliance chat also allows for group attacks (in game at least, I'm aware a lot of people use team speak or even facebook chat as well). In my opinion, this makes any reason for having no in sector hitting pointless, and I wonder why there isn't more out there. I don't understand why so many stick to it still, but it seems like there's a lot of people that agree with it across a vast number of sectors.
Getting Farmed? : https://www.kixeye.com/forum/discussion/382108
Bases : https://www.kixeye.com/forum/discussion/458891
Art of War : https://www.kixeye.com/forum/discussion/451605
Memoirs : https://www.kixeye.com/forum/discussion/373642/p1
Be a rebel : https://www.kixeye.com/forum/discussion/355242/p1
Newbie bases : https://www.kixeye.com/forum/discussion/381611
Psy Ops : https://community.kixeye.com/discussion/505704
Would also like to note that yes my home sec is a no rules sec, hit who u want and get hit back by that player or an alliance member. But when i go there every once in a while i will see all the lower lvl new players to the game will get together in comms and have a **** fest about "WE SHOULD MAKE THIS PLACE A NO HIT IN SEC PLACE" every time i go back to 192 i will see that happen with the low lvls and then they just get smashed by the older players who have kept the sec a no rules sec.
Xerxes lvl 61 , User ID: 1299299 started in 2011 July
Former BlackBird-FG or BloodyBird.
Home sector 192-No rules.
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The trouble with it is, you advance it because you're trying to show off how so very clever you are. Not because you care what the responses are, other than to make comms go to crap for your own entertainment.
Ships Won: who cares you will see them
BP-ID: 1824740....lvl 72
The only thing that the sector means is which chat channel you are in and an addition number in front of your coords.
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Not factoring in splash or spread.
(3200 * (1 + 0)) / (4 / (1 + 0) + 0.1 * (6 - 1)) = 711
(3200 * (1 + -0.65)) / (4 / (1 + 2) + 0.1 * (6 - 1)) = 611
[QUOTE=KIXEYE CM MagicSarap;2643418]Actually, it's 815 trillion.