Header art by Major Sniper
Week 60 was down after week 59’s still busy action. INN tracked 25 hostile actions, a more normal week in line with previous months. Delve was largely home to the action, but nearly all of the action was structure bashes across the Imperium home regions, as they continued to scour their space of hostile citadels.
[Editor’s Note: As the war has reached its anniversary, INN’s tracker is now split between the July 2020 to June 2021 events and July 2021 onwards. The first year’s data remains broken, but the author is tentatively hopeful the Year 2 data will calculate moving forward.]
There was one fight in week 60 that exceeded 20 billion ISK in cumulative losses, a brawl in Vale of the Silent between Snuffed Out and Fraternity with a cameo appearance by Imperium forces in Kikimoras.
The three major theaters are the North (Fountain and the border with Aridia and Cloud Ring as well as western Delve), the South (the rest of Delve, Querious, and Period Basis), and the East (Paragon Soul, Catch, Stain, Immensea, and Esoteria).
THE NORTHERN THEATER
THE EASTERN THEATER
The East was relatively quiet, although Brave eventually lost their PZMA-E Keepstar in Impass.
THE SOUTHERN THEATER
Sunday, anti-Imperium forces lost two Azbels and then three Fortizars. Monday, Brave and TEST each lost a Fortizar. Tuesday, Warped Intentions lost three Fortizars in Period Basis; TEST lost a Keepstar; Warped Intentions lost a Tatara, and Goons lost a Hel. Wednesday, Brave lost an Athanor and Warped Intentions lost a pair of Fortizars. Thursday, TEST lost a Fortizar. Saturday, the Imperium killed a hostile supercarrier.
ELSEWHERE IN NEW EDEN
Severance lost a Hel while Fraternity lost a Hel and a Nyx. Earlier in the week, Snuffed Out continued to brawl with Fraternity in Vale of the Silent. Fraternity ended up dropping titans on the Snuffed Out dreadnoughts. The Imperium appeared with a Kikimora fleet that ended up welping, the final battle report showed that the attackers lost 258.5 billion ISK (with the Imperium losing another 12.9 billion ISK) while killing 125.9 billion ISK.