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Tech 1 Solo PVP FW Tristan Mini Guide

Welcome to the Solo FW Tristan Guide. Below you will find a 'table of contents' for all the videos and materials that are included.

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Fitting Guide:

EVE Online is a player-driven sandbox MMO run in a single-shard universe populated with 7800 star systems. Players are free to set their own goals within the game, engaging in a multitude of. From EVE University Wiki. Jump to: navigation, search. In Factional Warfare you can fight for one of the four empires against its enemies for control over areas of low-sec. This page gives tips on how to make the most of the PvE and PvP opportunities in Factional Warfare (FW); for a more detailled look at the FW mechanics see Factional Warfare. Common Minmatar Frigates Fits.

In this video I go over the fitting for the FW Tristan and discuss it's strengths and weaknesses as well as some tactics. As Sun Tzu said 'If you know others and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles.' This is as true for EVE as it is in real life battle.

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[Tristan, Kite inside Scram Range]
IFFA Compact Damage Control
Small Ancillary Armor Repairer, Nanite Repair Paste
Drone Damage Amplifier II

1MN Afterburner II
Fleeting Compact Stasis Webifier
Faint Epsilon Scoped Warp Scrambler

125mm Railgun II, Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S
Small Knave Scoped Energy Nosferatu
125mm Railgun II, Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S

Small Anti-Explosive Pump I
Small Auxiliary Nano Pump I
Small Auxiliary Nano Pump I

Hobgoblin II x3
Warrior II x5
Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S x1000
Spike S x800
Nanite Repair Paste x64

Alpha Clone Fitting:

[Tristan, Alpha Scram Kite]
IFFA Compact Damage Control
Small Ancillary Armor Repairer, Nanite Repair Paste
Drone Damage Amplifier II

1MN Monopropellant Enduring Afterburner
Fleeting Compact Stasis Webifier
Faint Epsilon Scoped Warp Scrambler

125mm Prototype Gauss Gun, Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S
Small Knave Scoped Energy Nosferatu
125mm Prototype Gauss Gun, Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S

Small Anti-Explosive Pump I
Small Auxiliary Nano Pump I
Small Auxiliary Nano Pump I

'Integrated' Hobgoblin x5
'Integrated' Warrior x3
Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S x1000
Spike S x800
Nanite Repair Paste x64

Tactics Lecture:

There are 3 main fighting tactics you will use when flying the FW Tristan. The two most common are Scram Kiting and Brawling. The third is the slightly more advanced skirmishing tactic which can be used to increase your effectiveness against some targets.

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Cheat Sheet:

This Cheat Sheet will tell you the tactics to use against various targets and which targets to avoid.

These guidelines are generalized assumptions based on likely and possible fittings. They are meant to give you a foundation to get started, but should be left behind once you are more comfortable. Ideally you make these decisions based on experience and the real time situation. Noticing things like Velocity and Gun Types are very important as you progress.

Note: DNE = Do Not Engage

Turn on Notifications:

Open your 'Logs and Messages' window. 2 utc to cst.

Under Combat Settings, check the boxes I have checked. ESPECIALLY the Weapon Type Box so you know what your opponent is using.

Narrated PVP Videos:

Here you will find instructional real life fights. Seeing the ship in action in real world fights is crucial to understanding how to fly it. This first video has three fights against different ship types.

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Finally, if you enjoyed this Guide let me know in the comments. Post your kill mails and combat stories. Let me and everyone else know how your doing and don't hesitate to ask questions!

Back to Basics:

The following Videos and Guides are ones I have done in the past on the free part of this site. They (and many others) are still very valuable. These videos cover many of the foundation aspects of PRO PVP and are highly recommended.

This Short Cartoon (or whatever you want to call it) will give you a new perspective on tactics.

Much of EVE is about getting the 'Edge' and overloading is a big part of that. This guide will teach you the right way to do it.

In PVP Speed is important. In Frigate PVP Speed is Critical! This guide will teach you how to minimize Eye and Mouse Movement and therefor increase your speed in fights.

EVE is a flood of information. Being able to process that information as efficiently as possible will make you a better PVPer and that's where a good overview setup comes in.

The Directional Scanner is one of your most powerful weapons and defenses. This video will turn you into a Scanning Ninja!

Some of this may seem outdated or odd because CCP went back and added drone shortcuts after I made this. Before that you had to set it up your self. However this is still valuable to understand the concept of Effective DPS and why getting DPS on target as fast as possible is important.

If you are going to be PVPing in Null Sec you need to know how to survive. This will help.

Camps are not as scary as most people think. Good tactics will escape them 9 times out of 10.


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Tech, Faction, and Meta are terms which indicate the quality, rarity, or power of an item or ship hull.

  • 1Modules
  • 2Ammunition
  • 3Drones
  • 4Ships
  • 5Rigs


Most modules in EVE have several (up to tens) of variants (each a module in their own right), which fulfill the same basic function, but have different statistics. You can find all related modules through the in-game 'Show Info' window, under the 'related items' tab, where you can also compare the modules' statistics using the item comparison tool. Modules have an attribute (also visible in the 'Show Info' window) called 'Meta level', which is roughly a measure of the module's quality - a module with a higher meta level will generally (but not always!) have better stats than the equivalent module with a lower meta level.

When shopping around for a module, it's recommended to use the item comparison tool to compare the module variants. While higher-meta modules tend to be better than lower-meta ones, there are plenty of exceptions, particularly for modules with many attributes (where modules will have different advantages and drawbacks compared to each other). Additionally, don't forget the cost - while officer and deadspace modules will greatly outperform Tech 1 and Tech 2 modules, they often cost hundreds or thousands of times as much!

For example, there are seven different expanded cargohold modules, and while each performs the same basic function (increase the size of your ship's cargo hold), and are all low-slot modules, they differ in the amount of extra cargo space they provide, and in their penalties to your ship's velocity and structure hit points.

The Expanded Cargohold I (Meta 0) module provides a 18% bonus to cargo space, but reduces your ship's maximum velocity by 15%. The Type-D Restrained Expanded Cargo (Meta 2) module provides a 22% bonus to cargo space, but reduces your ship's maximum velocity by 13%; in other words, it's a better-performing module, but which is also more expensive to buy.

For other modules, the progression is not so straightforward. For example, mining laser upgrade modules increase the amount of ore that mining lasers mine, but also increase the CPU used by those mining lasers. The Mining Laser Upgrade I (Meta 0) module increases the amount of ore mined by 5%, but increases the mining lasers' CPU use by 10%. The Mining Laser Upgrade II (Meta 5) increases the amount of ore mined by 9%, but increases the mining lasers' CPU use by 12.5% - so while it performs better, you must take its steeper penalty into account.

Module Tiericide

Historically, most modules in EVE had some variants that were numerically better than others with little to no difference in price or availability. This resulted in some module variants having no meaningful uses. Module Tiericide is an ongoing project to, one module group at a time, rebalance every module in the game to remove these obvious imbalances and introduce either meaningful use cases for variants, remove unnecessary variants, or equalize variants which should be of equal quality.

For official CCP explanations of tiericide, see this article, written in 2014 introducing the project; and this article written in June 2020 explaining the methodology behind it and outlining what's left to do.

Module Variants

Module variants are grouped (as explained below) to make it easier to differentiate between them. You can tell which group a module belongs to by the little symbol in the upper-left corner of the module's image. Related modules all have the same base image, only differing in that symbol.


Civilian Modules are a special case and are only mentioned here for completeness. You should NEVER consider fitting a Civilian Module except in the Tutorial Missions and on your trusty Rookie Ship. These modules are useless except for educational purposes.

Tech 1 (Meta 0)

These are the basic modules that are manufactured by players from blueprints seeded on the market by NPCs. Meta 0 modules have no Meta level attribute visible in their attributes. They have generic names based on their type such as '1MN Afterburner I'.

If someone offers you a 'meta 0' duel, they mean a duel in a Tech 1 ship with only this type of module installed.

Tech 1 (Meta 1-4)

These are dropped by NPC ships and are not manufactured by players. The higher the meta level the better quality the item. Higher meta level items are more effective and usually have lower fitting requirements as well, but this is not always the case. Meta level 1-4 items do not require more skills to use than meta 0. Because of their better performance, some high-demand meta modules may have much higher market prices than tech 1 or even tech 2 modules; however because of plentiful supply, many meta modules have comparable or even lower market prices than tech 1 modules.

These modules have more colorful names such as '10MN Monopropellant Enduring Afterburner' and '150mm Light Gallium Machine Gun', and are therefore also called 'named' modules.

This is one of the module types most heavily affected by the module tiericide. Non-tiericided module groups will usually have four meta variations (referred to as 'meta 1' - 'meta 4), with the meta 4 variant of a module being strictly better than the meta 1 variant in all ways. Tiericided module groups, meanwhile will usually have several variants with mostly equal stats but one specific improvement, and specific keywords in their names to denote that improvement. Modules will only have variants which are relevant to their attributes.

  • Upgraded: Straight-up better stats
  • Compact: Reduced fitting cost (less CPU and powergrid use)
  • Enduring: Longer cycle time and/or lower capacitor use
  • Ample: Higher capacity
  • Scoped: Longer range
  • Restrained: Less severe drawbacks
  • Precise: Better tracking

When people talk about 'meta' modules, or the act of 'meta[ing] down a [ship] fit', these are the module variants they are speaking of. (Either the Meta level 4 variant for weapons, or some other applicable variant for other modules.)

For example, the Large Shield Extender I (Meta 0) module has two 'named' variants, the Large Azeotropic Restrained Shield Extender and the Large F-S9 Regolith Compact Shield Extender. When compared to the Meta 0 module, the former has a reduced signature radius increase, while the latter has reduced fitting requirements. Additionally, both modules have higher shield hitpoint bonuses (the module's primary attribute). Note that the additional adjectives in the module names (such as 'Azeotropic') are purely flavor text and have no specific meaning, although they may sometimes reference real-world or theoretical technologies related to the module.

Tech 2 (Meta 5)

Often shortened to 'T2', these modules are manufactured by players through the Invention process. T2 modules are usually more effective than Tech 1 Meta 4 modules, but sometimes they are identical (and, in rare cases, slightly worse). Tech 2 modules usually require more skills to use than Tech 1 modules, and they usually take more CPU and/or Powergrid to fit. T2 modules have a meta level of 5.

When deciding whether to use a Tech 2 module, make sure to compare it to a Tech 1 Meta 4 module before making the purchase. In some cases the meta 4 module has the same performance with lower fitting requirements.

Storyline (Meta 6-7)

Storyline modules are rewards from missions, specifically COSMOS missions and some Epic Arc missions. In COSMOS missions you don't get the item itself, but you receive 3-run Blueprint Copies (BPCs) that need some decent skills and sleeper technology to produce and most of them are quite expensive (in ISK and skills) to produce. Epic Arc rewards are given as items but their availability is limited to how often you can do the epic arc, and the time it takes to complete them. As such, both types of storyline items tend to be expensive, and are not traded in great numbers. Stats-wise, Storyline modules are a bit inconsistent, often falling in line with Tech 2 modules, but they almost always have the fitting costs of Compact modules, which can make them surprisingly useful in rare circumstances.

Faction (Meta 6-12)

Main article: Faction modules#Faction

Faction modules are a mixed bag of stats. They usually are equal or superior to Tech 2 modules, but with reduced fitting costs; however they may also be superior in certain ways and inferior in others. Faction modules are either purchased from Loyalty Point stores either as items or blueprint copies, or looted from specific rare NPCs (usually with an obvious faction prefix on their name). These items will have a meta level of 6-12 (although most have a meta level of 6-9). They have names based on their faction such as 'Caldari Navy Ballistic Control System'. They tend to require the same skills to use as Tech 1 items.

You can identify a module's origin (i.e. which loyalty point store(s) you can buy it from, or what pirate faction to hunt) by its name:

  • Ammatar Navy: Ammatar Mandate
  • Caldari Navy: Caldari State
  • Dark Blood: Blood Raiders
  • Domination: Angel Cartel
  • Dread Guristas: Guristas Pirates
  • Federation Navy: Gallente Federation
  • Imperial Navy: Amarr Empire
  • Khanid Navy: Khanid Kingdom
  • Republic Fleet: Minmatar Republic
  • Sentient: Rogue Drones
  • Shadow Serpentis: Serpentis
  • Sisters: Sisters of Eve
  • Syndicate: The Syndicate
  • Thukker: Thukker Tribe
  • True Sansha: Sansha's Nation
  • Veles/Perun: Triglavian Collective

Deadspace (Meta 7-16)

Main article: Faction modules#Deadspace

Deadspace modules are dropped in deadspace complexes and rare NPC spawns in asteroid belts. They are universally better than Tech 2 and Faction modules, and usually have price tags to match, although they also usually have steeper fitting and other costs. These items have a meta level of 7 or higher (although most have at least a meta level of 9). Deadspace modules have names based on their faction (using the same nomenclature as the NPC rats) and quality such as 'Pith B-Type Large Shield Booster'. The progression from lower to higher quality is: 'C-Type', 'B-Type', 'A-Type', 'X-Type' - so a 'B-Type' module will be better (and usually more expensive) than a 'C-Type' module; but you should always check the detailed stats. 'X-Type' variants are usually only available for battleship-sized modules.

When there are multiple different deadspace variants of a module (from different pirate factions), often one of them will be more CPU-intensive, one will be more powergrid-intensive; and they may provide different improvements to different sets of attributes.

Officer (Meta 7-17)

Main article: Faction modules#Officer

Officer modules are among the most rare, expensive and strongest modules in EVE, and as loot drops from rare named enemies which can be found in asteroid belts. Officer modules are named after the NPC they drop from, such as 'Estamel's Modified Multispectrum Shield Hardener'. While officer modules are usually better than deadspace modules, this is not always the case; always check the attributes before you buy.


Main article: Abyssal modules

Abyssal modules are created by combining other modules with Mutaplasmids found in the Abyss. The result is a unique module with randomly increased and decreased stats. These stat adjustments, as well as the original module, mutaplasmid used, and pilot who used it, can be viewed via the module's Show Info window or via the module's tooltip when in a cargo bay or hangar; and this information can be shared by viewing a Contract for the module or by linking the module in chat. However, the modules cannot be traded on the normal Market, and their stats are not shown in Killmails or Ship Scans.


Main article: Turrets

Weapon turrets and missile launchers all consume ammunition to fire. This ammunition comes in various grades and capabilities.

Tech 1

Tech 1 ammunition is manufactured by players, and tends to be extremely cheap. It establishes the baseline which other forms of ammo are compared to.


Faction Ammunition

Ammunition also comes in several faction variants. Pirate faction ammunition comes in a lower-grade, which gives +10% damage, and a higher-grade, which gives +20% damage. Pirate faction ammunition is found in the wrecks of Faction-grade NPCs. Ammunition also comes in a Navy variant (or, for Hybrid Charges, two equal Navy variants), which gives +15% damage and is purchased from LP Stores. Because of the greater availability of LP, Navy ammunition tends to be much cheaper than pirate ammunition, and is considered the standard ammo used for all PVP purposes. Other than the +10/15/20% damage increase, faction ammunition has the same stats as tech 1 ammunition of the same name.

Tech 2

Tech 2 ammunition is also manufactured by players, however it requires the Invention process and more advanced materials. Nonetheless, Tech 2 ammunition is also easily produced in large quantities, and tends to be only slightly more expensive than tech 1 ammunition. Tech 2 ammunition requires higher skills to use, and can only be used in Tech 2, Faction, Storyline, and Officer weapons.

  • T2 turret ammunition has greatly increased damage over Tech 1 ammunition, but all T2 ammo types have one or more drawbacks which force them to be used in more specialized situations than T1 ammo.
    • For short-ranged turrets, T2 ammo is often seen as being just better than all T1 ammo, however this T2 ammo also all comes with tracking penalties
    • For long-ranged turrets, the shortest-ranged Navy ammunition is often preferred over the short-ranged T2 ammunition, because of its range penalties. The long-ranged T2 ammo gives the weapons extremely long range, but also greatly hurts their tracking.
  • T2 missiles come in four variants, two each for short-ranged and long-ranged missiles in each size
    • One with greatly increased damage but worse application and range (Rage and Fury)
    • One with either the same damage but increased range (Javelin), or reduced damage and range but improved application (Precision)


Main article: Drones

Combat Drones also come in five variations, with different statistics and use cases.

Tech 1

The common base variation of drones, these drones only require 1 level in their size's skill, and provide the baseline stats for their type.


Integrated Drones are a rarely-used drone variation, which deal slightly more damage than their Tech 1 versions and are slightly more durable, but also deal their damage as split between their race's preferred primary and secondary damage types. They are manufactured from components and blueprints found in Rogue Drones. Their price, split damage types, and generally inferior performance to Navy drones make them unpopular.

Navy Faction

Navy Drones are very commonly used when the skills for T2 drones are unavailable. Navy drones deal 20% more damage than Tech 1 drones, and have higher speed and tracking, but have a full 140% more Shield and Armor HP than Tech 1 drones, making them extremely resistant to Smartbombs (normally the largest threat to drones). Navy Faction drones are purchased from faction LP stores.

Tech 2

T2 Drones are the most commonly used drones. At base, they have 20% more damage and HP than T1 drones, however they have (and require) an additional skill which further increases their damage. Tech 2 drones are manufactured by players using Invention.


Augmented Drones are the rarely-used 'super drones'. They have vastly superior stats to all other drones, and deal their damage as split between their race's primary and secondary damage types. They require (and benefit from) the same additional skills that Tech 2 drones require, and like Integrated drones are manufactured from Rogue Drone parts. While these are the best combat drones of all, drones are often seen as sacrificial or expendable enough that their price tag generally makes Augmented drones not worth it.


Tech 1

Tech 1 ships such as the Rifter are bought from NPCs or manufactured by players from blueprints seeded on the market. After the tiercide these no longer have different power levels. Instead they are grouped into roles, such as attack, combat, and disruption. Attack ships are fast and hit hard, but combat ships are more resilient, while disruption ships focus on EWAR.

Ships manufactured by the Triglavian Collective and EDENCOM are considered to be Tech I ships. However, they operate more like Pirate Faction ships with unique skill requirements.

Empire Faction

Empire faction ships such as the Imperial Navy Slicer are bought from the loyalty point stores of empire factions, such as the Gallente Federation Navy or Minmatar Republic Fleet. They are obtained as either complete ships or as limited run blueprint copies. You can also purchase these ships second-hand from players on the market. Empire faction ships are more powerful and much more expensive than Tech 1 ships, but are normally less powerful or expensive than Tech 2 or Pirate faction ships. One of the main advantages of Empire Faction ships is their low skill requirements; if you can fly a faction's Tech 1 ships, you can also fly their Empire Faction ships, making them good for gaining an advantage during the long skill train to Tech 2 or Pirate faction ships. This said though, most Empire faction ships also gain very large bonuses from skill training, which encourages training ship skills and gives very tangible bonuses on the way.

Tech 2

These ships are only manufactured by players through the Invention process. They are usually comparable in price to Empire faction ships while being more powerful, but have high skill requirements to use. As well as better performance and bonuses, T2 ships have increased damage resistance, making them tougher. Additionally, many (but not all) Tech 2 ships are more specialised than their Tech 1 counterparts. An example of a Tech 2 frigate is the Wolf, a Tech 2 Minmatar Assault frigate based on the Rifter.

Pirate Faction / Non-Empire Faction

Main article: Pirate Faction Ship Guide

These ships are bought from non-empire faction loyalty point stores, including Pirate factions, and others, such as Sisters Of Eve; and single-run blueprints for them can be found by destroying rare commander and sometimes tougher NPCs in certain combat sites. They can also be purchased second-hand from players on the market. These non-empire faction ships require two different races' Spaceship Command skills to use. For example, the Dramiel, an Angel Cartel frigate, requires both Minmatar and Gallente frigate skills. However, they do not require high levels in these skills, making them considerably easier to train for than Tech 2 ships. Non-Empire ships typically have equal or better performance to Tech 2 ships, including very powerful unique bonuses specific to their pirate faction, but also cost considerably more than Tech 2 ships and do not benefit from T2 resist bonuses.

Tech 3

Tech 3 ships are constructed with Sleeper components that can only be found in wormhole space. There are two classes of Tech 3 ships currently in the game:

  • Tactical Destroyers are very versatile destroyers which can switch between different 'modes' on the fly. T3 destroyers have generally lower skill requirements than T2 destroyers, as they serve as standard combat ships rather than filling special roles.
  • Strategic Cruisers are the most flexible and among the most powerful ships in the game for their size (and mass), with enormous possible variations in their capabilities. Flying strategic cruisers requires training in Subsystem skills, and may require a much wider range of other combat skills than T2 ships.


Tech 1

Tech 1 rigs are made from materials salvaged from Tech 1 player or NPC ships, or found in Relic sites. They are made from blueprints seeded on the market by NPCs. Rigs do not have meta levels and there are no subdivisions of quality other than their Tech level.

Tech 2

Tech 2 rigs are made from materials ('blue salvage') salvaged from the wrecks of either Tech 2 player ships or Commander NPCs, or found in rarer and more difficult relic sites. As such they are much more expensive than T1 rigs, but they also provide larger bonuses. Blueprint copies for Tech 2 rigs are available through Invention, but can also sometimes be found in data or relic sites.

External links

Eve Mining Ore Chart

  • Dev Blog: Rebalancing Eve one module at a time (Sep 2014)
  • Video explaining meta levels (Aug 2011)

Eve Online Fw Level 4 Missions

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