EVE Online, players will use just about every trick in the book -- including making your POS (player-owned station) look like some fairy space castle, such as the one we see in today's One Shots. This image, captured for us by Jeff, offers an interesting sight that some players who stick to hisec may never see. He writes in to explain:
"When an attacking force sieges a station in a sovereignty conflict they try to ensure that the enemies assets within the station stay trapped there. The standard tactic for accomplishing this is a constant blockade of combat ships to engage targets trying to escape, along with anchoring Mobile Warp Disruptors at strategic points around the station (mobile disruptors scramble the warp engines of all ships within the radius of the deployed bubble). However, sometimes deployment of these bubbles can be a bit... excessive."
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