Blood Raider Hidden Hub

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Blood Raider exploration complex.


Initial site

Blood Raider Hidden Hub
Type Exploration Complex
Number of sites 1
Deadspace No
Gated No
Probe signature Unknown
Loot type Dark Blood
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The Amarr Empire has had its share of religious cults and fanatics in the past, but few have been as successful, or as highly feared, as the Blood Raiders. The Blood Raiders are a sect of an ancient cult called Sani Sabik, who use blood in their rituals. The Blood Raiders believe that cloned bodies have "purer" blood than other bodies, and this explains while they operate mainly in space, attacking unwary spacefarers and draining their bodies of blood. The Blood Raiders are led by the fearsome Omir Sarikusa, who has remained on top of the DED's most wanted list for many years now. Under Sarikusa's leadership, the Blood Raiders have become more organized, establishing several bases in the Bleak Lands region.

First Wave:

  • 1x Blood Cruise Missile Battery <-Killing this battery spawns a massive wave of frigates. Some tracking disruptors.
  • 3x Corpii Raider frigates
  • 2x Corpior Cleric frigates
  • 3x Corpus Patriarch battleships

Second Wave:

  • 4x Corpii Reaver destroyers
  • 3x Corpatis Phantom battlecruisers
  • 4x Elder Corpii Diviner frigates

Third Wave:

  • 3x Corpus Archbishop battleships
  • 3x Corpii Engraver frigates
  • 3x Elder Corpii Seeker frigates

Fourth Wave:


There are 100+ ships to kill here, but most are BC's or frigs with only about a dozen BS's. Bring a cruise raven and Hobgoblin II's and chill out.

Note: This site has multiple triggers in each wave. Generally, popping the elite frigates in a wave spawns a wave of BCs and frigates. Popping the BS in each wave generates a wave of cruisers + BS. I didn't see more than one BS per wave after the initial spawn. Final wave had a Dark Blood Archon. (Note: It was a Dark Blood, not a Dark Corpus)

Trip Report 10/14/2009: Went with a Harbinger for tanking/dps and a priest. Managed to speed-tank most of the damage, but there are so many ships its difficult to keep up transversal. Every wave killed seemed to spawn another mass of tiny ships, and eventually we gave up. The battleships do NOT need to be killed for the waves to advance; we were left with about 8 battleships in various spots, and frigates disrupting my turrets. It was nigh impossible to track them frigs. Best bet - bring a smartbombing battleship to clean the little rats, then go after the BSes.

Trip Report 11/22/2009: Whoever wrote this at CCP is a fucking asshole. Anyway, the easiest way to do this is warp in at 70, BM, Snipe frigs, when they get close or another swarm comes in that is too much warp out and warp back in at 70. Most of the first small ships are destroyers actually and you can pretty much one salvo them. Also, no DB fuck CCP.

If this site works like the Guistas one noted on the EVE-Wiki, it is an escalation site after a 4th/5th wave, and only a harder version of Blood Hub. A possible escalation is Crimson Hand Supply Depot (6/10).

-- Aronpalatine 06:21, 10 December 2009 (UTC)

Wave Composition

Initial Wave

Second Wave

-Initiated after killing the Missile Battery.

Third Wave

-Initiated after killing the 3 Dark Priests from the Second wave.

Fourth Wave

-Initiated after killing the 1 Dark Priest from the Initial wave.

Fifth Wave

-Initiated after killing who knows what...

Sixth Wave

-Initiated after killing who knows what...

Seventh Wave

-Initiated after killing who knows what... I can't keep up at this pace.

Eighth Wave

-Initiated after killing who knows what...

There's also a Blood Info Shard on site to hack.

Loot Table

-Loot items will obviously vary in value widely, and is provided as an example of the site's value only.

Aronpalatine 06:21, 10 December 2009 (UTC) ~4m isk in random salvage materials and the regular garbage drops. The hack was worthless. 7.82m total in bounties. Roughly 12m ISK total, + minerals from melted garbage. Will take <1hr with 1 character for sure.

smitz 30 December 2009 just use a paladin. I slowboated around owning everything and not giving a damn. 20 minutes, not worth it. salvage as per aron above.