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Antigonos's Arazu was destroyed, 03/10/12 18:21:00

Antigonos's avatar
Muppet Ninja's Ninja Unicorns with Huge Horns
Arazu
Arazu, Value: 140,310,000 ISK
Rook
Rook
Arazu, Value: 140,310,000 ISK
Lost in Uphallant (0.2) to Comu and 6 friends.
On 2012/03/10 18:21 hrs
Value of destroyed items: 161.88 mil ISK
Value of dropped items: 20.07 mil ISK
15,976 Damage Points 3.1683
Not API verified! Source: Manual post
Comu's avatar
Noob Fight Club Reckless Chavs
7 Day Compare
Both Pilot's Activity
0.00 bil Lost     ISK     Dest 0.00 bil
0 Lost | Won 0

Fitting [Hide]

Arazu, Value: 140,310,000 ISK
Damage received: 15,976
ISK Destroyed: 161,876,280
ISK Dropped: 20,070,840
Original value: 179,961,000
Expanded Probe Launcher II
Covert Ops Cloaking Device II
Cynosural Field Generator I
Empty
Adaptive Invulnerability Field II
Adaptive Invulnerability Field II
Large Shield Extender II
10MN Microwarpdrive II
Large Shield Extender II
Faint Epsilon Warp Scrambler I
Capacitor Power Relay II
Capacitor Power Relay II
Capacitor Power Relay II
Damage Control II
Medium Core Defense Field Extender I
Medium Core Defense Field Extender I


Fitted High slot items Destroyed Dropped Value
Expanded Probe Launcher II, Value: 511,482 ISK
Expanded Probe Launcher II 1 0 511,482
Covert Ops Cloaking Device II, Value: 5,800,000 ISK
Covert Ops Cloaking Device II 0 1 5,800,000
Cynosural Field Generator I, Value: 1,561,980 ISK
Cynosural Field Generator I 0 1 1,561,980
Empty, Value: 0 ISK
Empty 0 1 0
Fitted Mid slot items Destroyed Dropped Value
Adaptive Invulnerability Field II, Value: 1,598,000 ISK
Adaptive Invulnerability Field II 2 0 3,196,000
Large Shield Extender II, Value: 819,000 ISK
Large Shield Extender II 1 1 1,638,000
10MN Microwarpdrive II, Value: 3,380,000 ISK
10MN Microwarpdrive II 1 0 3,380,000
Faint Epsilon Warp Scrambler I, Value: 3,100,000 ISK
Faint Epsilon Warp Scrambler I 0 1 3,100,000
Fitted Low slot items Destroyed Dropped Value
Capacitor Power Relay II, Value: 650,476 ISK
Capacitor Power Relay II 2 1 1,951,428
Damage Control II, Value: 709,998 ISK
Damage Control II 0 1 709,998
Fitted rig slot items Destroyed Dropped Value
Medium Core Defense Field Extender I, Value: 2,200,000 ISK
Medium Core Defense Field Extender I 2 0 4,400,000
Drone bay Destroyed Dropped Value
Hobgoblin II, Value: 413,000 ISK
Hobgoblin II 3 0 1,239,000
Cargo Destroyed Dropped Value
Sisters Core Scanner Probe, Value: 479,989 ISK
Sisters Core Scanner Probe 14 0 6,719,846
Co-Processor II, Value: 848,000 ISK
Co-Processor II 0 1 848,000
Sisters Combat Scanner Probe, Value: 470,099 ISK
Sisters Combat Scanner Probe 0 14 6,581,386

Involved parties (7)

Spirited's avatar Spirited
Noob Fight Club
Reckless Chavs
Drake
Caldari Navy Scourge Heavy Missile
Caldari Navy Scourge Heavy Missile 11,065
Comu's avatar Comu
Noob Fight Club
Reckless Chavs
Rook
Caldari Navy Scourge Heavy Missile
Caldari Navy Scourge Heavy Missile 2,450
MikeRU's avatar MikeRU
Noob Fight Club
Reckless Chavs
Drake
Heavy Missile Launcher II
Heavy Missile Launcher II 2,251
Foil R2's avatar Foil R2
Noob Fight Club
Reckless Chavs
Stiletto
Stiletto
Stiletto 210
Tokoso Tomimo's avatar Tokoso Tomimo
Noob Fight Club
Reckless Chavs
Falcon
'Hypnos' Ion Field ECM I
'Hypnos' Ion Field ECM I 0
diman00's avatar diman00
Noob Fight Club
Reckless Chavs
Drake
Heavy Missile Launcher II
Heavy Missile Launcher II 0
Murat I's avatar Murat I
Noob Fight Club
Reckless Chavs
Drake
Advanced 'Limos' Heavy Missile Bay I
Advanced 'Limos' Heavy Missile Bay I 0

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