Welcome to the Corps Mall[edit | edit source]
Here you can purchase ships from your corps at a price of your donations. This is a added benefit for donating to your corps as when you donate to your corps it give your corps a chance to upgrade the corps mall for better ships, plus increases your corps wealth. Each level the Corp upgrades their Corps Mall, the better the ships are. These ships are sold in lots of 100 and come in different configurations.
Corps Mall Upgrades[edit | edit source]
|LVL||Wealth Cost||Upgrade Time in HH:MM:SS|
Note: Wealth is calculated based on how many resources your members contribute to the Corps.
- 10 000 resources = 1 contribution point
- 1 mall point = 1 contribution point
- 1 contribution point = 1 wealth point
Mall Contents[edit | edit source]
This is a list of ships available in the Corps Mall. Ships are purchased with Contribution points in stacks of 100. All ships of the current level and all previous levels are for sale.
|Mall Level||Ship Name||Ship Type||Weapon Type/ Purpose||Damage Type||Contribution Points|
|Tracker-B||Battleship||Ship-based||Heat & Explosive||50|
Deke - a mock attack designed to distract adversary; Word origin: decoy.
|Mall Level 1|
|Mall Level 2|
|Mall Level 3|
|Mall Level 4|
|Mall Level 5|
|Mall Level 6|
|Mall Level 7|
|Mall Level 8|
|Mall Level 9|
|Mall Level 10|
Mall ship effectiveness[edit | edit source]
This section talks about if a mall ship should be bought, and how effective it is when comparing to its contribution points cost.
For example, the Meatshield level 8 ship includes both the ECM Booster and Agility Booster Blueprints. Both are useful only for the Agility the give, as Meatshield has no weapons. However, meatshield ships have a total agility rating of 9.4 . According to the Agility page, agility is nearly useless when below the rating of 10. So, the meatshield ship includes two virtually useless blueprints , thus possibly has some of a lower effectiveness than other similar ships. Also note its high contribution points cost, when compared to other ships of its level.
Note, however, that even if some ships have a relative mathematical waste of space due to their blueprints or other, they might still be powerful or more effective compared to its cost than ships of the same level. For example, the meatshield ship might still be good at absorbing damage even though it wastes space for agility, and probably is more effective than other ships of its level, as they lack defensive blueprints.