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I've tried once all alone on july and then someone else on august. I don't think a single CMDR could do this against a PMF.
You only have to stop them being retreated - at those low %ages that should be doable. But as I said - pointless. Unless you plan to try and push them to expansion against a PMF, which would not be likely. Bo retreats and expansions are easy to oppose with small numbers, which is a problem for the permit systems as no-one is supporting them on a regular basis.
 
You only have to stop them being retreated - at those low %ages that should be doable. But as I said - pointless. Unless you plan to try and push them to expansion against a PMF, which would not be likely. Bo retreats and expansions are easy to oppose with small numbers, which is a problem for the permit systems as no-one is supporting them on a regular basis.
"B-b-b-bbut our PMF needs more territory! What do you mean it's causing problems for other players"
 
You only have to stop them being retreated - at those low %ages that should be doable. But as I said - pointless. Unless you plan to try and push them to expansion against a PMF, which would not be likely. Bo retreats and expansions are easy to oppose with small numbers, which is a problem for the permit systems as no-one is supporting them on a regular basis.
yes, I agree. Maybe, avoiding the retreat this time will buy some time for a group of CMDR try to push the INF up and take the control. I would help if someone else wants to enter in this quest.
 
I've been pushing the PA up in Peregrina, but I think that's about to come to the end as we just lost the Lockdown that was protecting us from combat actions, so I expect to plummet today. The chances of 1) getting an expansion and 2) it being to the one place that can give the permit are ... not high. Might be waiting for an fdev intervention on this one.
 
For those who don't have the Peregrina permit, now is a good time to get allied (though you still won't get the permit without divine intervention). The Aristocrats were (and probably still are) offering donation missions, my Bubble alt rarely needed to leave the station.

It will become a lot more difficult after the retreat. IIRC, the only known way to gain reputation with a faction you can't reach is to fit a Kill Warrant Scanner and go bounty-hunting in nearby systems for ships wanted by the faction, cashing in at an Interstellar Factor.
 
It will become a lot more difficult after the retreat. IIRC, the only known way to gain reputation with a faction you can't reach is to fit a Kill Warrant Scanner and go bounty-hunting in nearby systems for ships wanted by the faction, cashing in at an Interstellar Factor.
And ofc there is no point - as nowhere will be giving out the permit. Unless you plan to go via the 'whine at Support' route
 
Hey,

I'm wondering why people want to have peregrina permit among other permits.
Is it because of in-game description: " System trade consists of rumoured alien artefacts found in deep space, along with moderate mineral deposits in the system's inner asteroid belt" ?
Sorry if it has answered earlier.
 
Hey,

I'm wondering why people want to have peregrina permit among other permits.
Is it because of in-game description: " System trade consists of rumoured alien artefacts found in deep space, along with moderate mineral deposits in the system's inner asteroid belt" ?
Sorry if it has answered earlier.
Well, in my case, one of my personal quest is to get the permit for all permit-locked systems (at least those whom it is known how to get the permit). Peregrina and that one from CQC are missing for me.
 
Well, in my case, one of my personal quest is to get the permit for all permit-locked systems (at least those whom it is known how to get the permit). Peregrina and that one from CQC are missing for me.
Mbooni. I was offline on that weekend in that short 3 days, and thus now Im in doubt if I can even continue the Salvation storyline.
 
Well, in my case, one of my personal quest is to get the permit for all permit-locked systems (at least those whom it is known how to get the permit). Peregrina and that one from CQC are missing for me.
Same here, I'm allied with the PA but without anywhere to complete the process it was a bit deflating.
That' it's been done deliberately by a player group is infuriating.
 
Mbooni. I was offline on that weekend in that short 3 days, and thus now Im in doubt if I can even continue the Salvation storyline.
The permit for Mbooni is to get access the modified weapon. I don't know if there will be other opportunity in the future for hold this permit. However, I believe this will not compromise the continuity of the Salvation's plot.
 
Same here, I'm allied with the PA but without anywhere to complete the process it was a bit deflating.
That' it's been done deliberately by a player group is infuriating.
Yes, I cannot understand the purpose of doing this. I think the only way in game of get the access to the permit is people who have access to the system, manipulate the BGS in order to make a expansion of de PA to a nearby system. The problem is that all nearby system has the presence of the Close Encounters Corps.
 
and thus now Im in doubt if I can even continue the Salvation storyline.
You almost certainly can. People who had not previously participated in the storyline were still able to do the deliveries that weekend and get on Salvation's mailing list. If you've previously done things for him, most likely you'll get his next message as normal, and even if not you can probably jump in and do whatever the next thing is once you see it on the forum or wherever.

Yes, I cannot understand the purpose of doing this. I think the only way in game of get the access to the permit is people who have access to the system, manipulate the BGS in order to make a expansion of de PA to a nearby system. The problem is that all nearby system has the presence of the Close Encounters Corps.
Indeed. If we assume that CEC is responsible for closing off Peregrina in the first place, then it's fair to assume that they will oppose any attempt to expand the PA back out. At least until they lose interest in the project, whenever that might be. They're a Russian player group, so maybe right after New Years - the week from Jan 1 - 6 is holiday parties time over there, so perhaps they'll be distracted by real life? At any rate, it's a low population system, so a coordinated effort could generate very large influence swings in a short time. You'd have to find a way to jump the other two factions without getting stuck in a conflict, of course.
 
Yes, I cannot understand the purpose of doing this. I think the only way in game of get the access to the permit is people who have access to the system, manipulate the BGS in order to make a expansion of de PA to a nearby system. The problem is that all nearby system has the presence of the Close Encounters Corps.
I think there was some speculation that they may want the system as a fortress to retreat to. I seem to remember them being involved in 3 other conflicts when I was there. (enemy of my enemy?)
Other than that they may actually be trying to grief the playerbase.
 
I think there was some speculation that they may want the system as a fortress to retreat to. I seem to remember them being involved in 3 other conflicts when I was there. (enemy of my enemy?)
Other than that they may actually be trying to grief the playerbase.
Can't be that - CEC is not present in Peregrina, and it isn't possible (currently, at least) to expand into permit-locked systems. I'm guessing they wanted to stop the flow of random traffic supporting non-CEC factions in the area due to players visiting to get the permit.
 
Can't be that - CEC is not present in Peregrina, and it isn't possible (currently, at least) to expand into permit-locked systems. I'm guessing they wanted to stop the flow of random traffic supporting non-CEC factions in the area due to players visiting to get the permit.
Effectively painting a target on their backs?
 
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