Fighting broke out in Black Rise on June 3rd around 21:30 in Akidagi, where Did He Say Jump alliance engaged Project.Mayhem. and a smorgasbord of other Russians. The fight focused on a capital exchange that was dominated by Project.Mayhem. They went on to a 3 to 1 victory after ISK losses were calculated. A link to the battle report can be found here.
In addition to dreadnoughts and carriers, both Did He Say Jump and Project.Mayhem. fielded armor fleets of varying compositions. Did He Say Jump’s support fleet was anchored by Navy Issue Megathrons and Navy Issue Apocalypses, while Project.Mayhem.’s fleet largely consisted of Proteuses, Legions, and Megathrons. The forces led by Project.Mayhem. ended up inflicting approximately 27 billion ISK worth of damage, while Did He Say Jump generated 8 billion ISK in return.
While Did He Say Jump brought down an archon early in the fight, it traded five dreadnoughts for the privilege. The situation deteriorated further when Snuffed Out entered the field on the side of Project.Mayhem. around 40 minutes into the engagement at 22:15. Snuffed Out provided additional subcap support in the form of more T3 cruisers. Did He Say Jump went on to lose seven carriers and seven dreadnoughts in total, though they had more success with the sub-cap exchange, generating 2 billion ISK in losses for Project.Mayhem. in the form of a single Bhaalgorn.
Back on May 12th Snuffed Out and Shadow Cartel engaged Did He Say Jump with a much different result. A fleet of Machariels and ten capitals were lost while Did He Say Jump only gave up four capitals. You can see video of that fight, also in Black Rise, here.
Snuffed Out and Did He Say Jump fought earlier in May
TheMittani.com has reached out to both sides and will update this article with more information as it becomes available.
Update: Tau AD states he was FCing for Project.Mayhem. and that Snuffed Out entered the fight of their own accord. We are still attempting to reach out to Predator Elite from Did He Say Jump for further comment. A video of the engagement from the Russian POV has been made available.
This article originally appeared on TheMittani.com, written by Anschau.