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Vargur Codolle’s Vexor was lost in Autaris (0.5) on 2012-03-03


Ship lost Vexor
Points earned 1.15
Pilots involved 32
Damage dealt 7,389
Original value 16.87M
ISK Destroyed 11.33M
ISK Dropped 5.54M
Spaceship
150mm Compressed Coil Gun I
200mm Compressed Coil Gun I
150mm Compressed Coil Gun I
200mm Compressed Coil Gun I
10MN Afterburner I
Medium Hull Repairer I
Fleeting Warp Disruptor I
Empty
Energized Thermic Membrane I
Limited Energized Explosive Membrane I
Damage Control II
800mm Rolled Tungsten Compact Plates
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Modulename
Vargur Codolle
  • Victim

Commander Reed
  • Final blow
  • Empire
Ship Pilot Corp Alliance Damage
Omen Haleuth Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 1,916 Omen
Incursus Mitch Snider Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 619 Warrior II
Caracal Devilldog Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 567 Scourge Heavy Missile
Thrasher Tatiana Albuere Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 518 Thrasher
Rupture Jack 73hRipper Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 424 Warrior II
Thrasher Griselllda Blanco Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 422 Thrasher
Thrasher Celeste Ronuken Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 364 Thrasher
Stabber Bruunhilde Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 341 Stabber
Rifter JakeMcKnight Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 335 Rifter
Rifter bandsaw1961 Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 333 Rifter
Kestrel Kenshin Woo Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 298 Scourge Light Missile
Rifter Commander Reed Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 232 125mm Gatling AutoCannon II
Maller Yngvarr Khshayarsha Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 204 Maller
Incursus Judeau Antara Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 165 Incursus
Rifter Yak McKraken Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 151 Rifter
Vexor Saul Typhon Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 134 Warrior II
Maller Adrianx7 Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 93 Maller
Rupture MR Hanssen Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 83 Rupture
Maller ShadowMaster Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 54 Maller
Rifter GHOSTREBEL37 Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 44 Rifter
Reaper Andrey TheOne Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 42 Reaper
Rifter Rutkov Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 21 Rifter
Incursus Frank Bean Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 20 Hobgoblin II
Punisher Miki Otsada Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 9 Punisher
Rifter Sonny Leith Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 0 150mm Light AutoCannon I
Thrasher Kelsar Hemah Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 0 200mm AutoCannon II
Rifter olddone Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 0 250mm Light Carbine Howitzer I
Incursus Therios3000 Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 0 Limited Light Electron Blaster I
Coercer SmurfsGod Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 0 Limited Light Neutron Blaster I
Crucifier norikhan Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 0 Tracking Disruptor II
Rupture Wilko Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 0 Warp Disruptor II
Arbitrator Kid Chaos Blue Republic RvB - BLUE Republic 0 Tracking Disruptor I
Item Location Quantity Value
150mm Compressed Coil Gun I hiPower 1 8.20K Destroyed
200mm Compressed Coil Gun I hiPower 1 55.06K Destroyed
150mm Compressed Coil Gun I hiPower 1 8.20K Dropped
200mm Compressed Coil Gun I hiPower 1 55.06K Dropped
10MN Afterburner I medPower 1 50.34K Destroyed
Medium Hull Repairer I medPower 1 8.55K Dropped
Fleeting Warp Disruptor I medPower 1 1 Dropped
Energized Thermic Membrane I loPower 1 70.01K Destroyed
Limited Energized Explosive Membrane I loPower 1 20.00K Destroyed
Damage Control II loPower 1 420.00K Dropped
800mm Rolled Tungsten Compact Plates loPower 1 250.00K Dropped
Hammerhead II drone 5 3.21M Dropped
Hobgoblin II drone 5 1.50M Dropped
Antimatter Charge S cargo 1,000 20.74K Destroyed
Antimatter Charge M cargo 656 48.50K Dropped
Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S cargo 76 35.29K Dropped
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