Schnaitl’s Falcon was lost in D7-ZAC (0.0) on 2009-06-01
|ZSANDERZ||Solar Dragons||SOLAR FLEET||2,970|
|Angellada Champloo||Preeternal Spark||SOLAR FLEET||1,461|
|Crystal2||Preeternal Spark||SOLAR FLEET||949|
|Ciceron||Dalniy Vostok||SOLAR WING||0|
|Orbius Unym||3V Corp||SOLAR FLEET||0|
|Denis R1000||3V Corp||SOLAR FLEET||0|
|WillPower78RUS||3V Corp||SOLAR FLEET||0|
|150mm 'Scout' Accelerator Cannon||hiPower||2||5.50K||Destroyed|
|Covert Ops Cloaking Device II||hiPower||1||4.30M||Destroyed|
|Cynosural Field Generator I||hiPower||1||2.50M||Destroyed|
|50MN Cold-Gas Enduring Microwarpdrive||medPower||1||1.03||Destroyed|
|'Hypnos' Ion Field ECM I||medPower||1||108.23K||Destroyed|
|'Hypnos' Multispectral ECM I||medPower||1||31.75K||Destroyed|
|BZ-5 Neutralizing Spatial Destabilizer ECM||medPower||1||330.05K||Destroyed|
|Sensor Booster II||medPower||1||985.00K||Dropped|
|Enfeebling Phase Inversion ECM I||medPower||1||53.85||Dropped|
|'Umbra' White Noise ECM||medPower||1||12.39K||Dropped|
|'Hypnos' Signal Distortion Amplifier I||loPower||2||36.00K||Destroyed|
|1600mm Rolled Tungsten Compact Plates||loPower||1||600.00K||Dropped|
|Large Particle Dispersion Projector I||rigSlot||2||15.63K||Destroyed|
|Dread Guristas Iron Charge S||cargo||622||10.98K||Destroyed|
|Scan Resolution Script||cargo||1||12.00K||Destroyed|
|Dread Guristas Iron Charge S||cargo||33||582.45||Dropped|
Short FAQ1. I get the Please enter your API key, this mail cannot be posted directly error!
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You can improve the accuracy of your statistics by entering your full api key. Don't worry, it's safe; your account, your isk, and your stuff cannot be accessed by anyone or any website by using your full api key. Don't believe the rumors and misinformation that exists out there: A full API key cannot be used to obtain control of your account.
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BattleClinic displays combat tags based on our analysis of your activity. These tags appear and disappear depending on your actions over time. These tags are not awards and are not permanent. They highlight recent noteworthy achievements.
Top 10k Pilot - Appears when your point total places you in the top 10,000 pilots in all of EVE-Online
Damage Dealer - Appears when your 7-day damage dealt to damage received ratio is significant.
Empire Dweller - Appears when your most recent final blows have occurred in Empire space (0.5 or above). Note that some pilots make references to "carebears" when discussing players who are based in Empire space.
LoSec Roamer - Appears when your most recent final blows have occurred in Low Security space (0.1 to 0.4). Roaming pirates are common in LoSec.
0.0 Pioneer - Appears when your most recent final blows have occurred in 0.0 space. Most Alliances are typically found in "nullsec" and most typically engage in taming (or contributing to) the lawless wilderness of 0.0.
These tags are not awards and are not permanent. They highlight recent noteworthy achievements.
Nemesis: Lights up on your loss record when the same pilot gets the final blow on you three or more times within 7 days.
100% Destruction: Lights up when all of your ship's modules are destroyed.
Empire Kill: Lights up when the kill occurs within Empire space.
Solo Kill: Lights up when the pilot who killed you did so without any assistance.
Occasionally BattleClinic receives requests to remove characters from the killboard, especially those with a losing record. Unfortunately this is an impossible task because one pilot's loss is another's kill. In addition, other killboards have feeds which could restore your character's appearance on BattleClinic. If you want a better showing on any killboard, achieve success in the battlespace.
If you purchased your character from someone else, or you create a new character and discover that the name had been used previously, you may want the prior record removed. We understand: you'd like a 'clean slate' since it's your character now. Unfortunately this is not possible, because those previous kills and losses were legitimate, and are part of someone else's stats. There's no getting around the universal truth that all relationships come with prior baggage.