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Following up from our Territory Capture Update, we wanted to share with you more, in-depth information. In this article, we will be discussing the concept of a Takeover. There are 2 main parts to Territory Capture: taking over a territory and owning one.
Origin Sector is the new territory on the Galaxy map where Territory Capture will take place. Each system is within a specific Zone, which offers various Services to the Alliance that owns the Zone.
Each Zone has a set time once a week when its Takeover will take place. Takeovers last either 30, 45, or 60 minutes. Once a Takeover has started, tap on the Zone you want to participate in, pay the resource required, and get your Alliance ready.
Once your Alliance has joined a Takeover, everyone in your Alliance receives a notification and an Alliance chat message, similar to when any Alliance member starts an Armada. The Alliance Button on the bottom left pulsates red. In your Alliance window, a Territory button has a list of Zones your Alliance owns or has joined for you to click to be directed to that Zone.
Score more points than other Alliances during a Takeover to capture a zone. Alliances score points by having ships present within the systems, or by holding new types of nodes called Capture Nodes. Scores work across Zones, so scoring points in any system within a Zone contributes to that Zone’s Takeover score.
Having ships in the system gives 1 point per minute for your Alliance, but occupying a Capture Node gives your Alliance 3 extra points per minute (for a total of 4 points per minute for that single ship). If an Alliance wants to capture a territory, they should prioritize occupying Capture Nodes.
During the last third of a Takeover, it goes into Overdrive mode. All scoring is multiplied by three.
Once the Takeover period is over, the Alliance with the most points wins that Zone of systems. They will then be able to relocate their stations to the Zone, mine on exclusive nodes, and activate Services that Zone offers.
At the start of the next Takeover for that Zone, the Alliance that owned the zone during the last period will automatically join the Takeover without having to pay the Takeover resource cost.
Here is a short FAQ about the Takeover
Q. Are there limitations on how many Zones an Alliance can capture?
A. A powerful Alliance must choose which Zones it most wants to capture (and this can change over time), and no single Alliance can capture the whole galaxy as the limitation is 5 Zones in total independence of the tier.
Q: As long as I can pay the Takeover join fee, can my Alliance capture any zone we want?
A: If your Alliance doesn’t own any territory, you can only attempt to join Takeover T1 zones.
If your Alliance owns a territory, you can only attempt to join Takeovers in an adjacent zone. (Zones are considered adjacent if there’s a direct warp path between systems).
For example, if my Alliance has captured zone A, it can then choose to capture Zone’s B and C but not D.
Q. What if I’m in a system but my Alliance has not “joined” the Takeover yet?
A: Points are only given to Alliances that have joined. You will not start scoring or gaining points until your Alliance Admiral or Commodore clicks to Join the active Takeover on that Zone’s Embassy.
Q: Does it matter which system my ships are in during a Takeover ?
A: Takeover scores are calculated across the whole zone.
Q: How will I know that my ship is scoring?
A: If your ship is actively scoring during a Takeover , there will be a Takeover icon on that ship in the bottom center of your screen. Clicking into that Zone’s Embassy will show the current score of all participating Alliances.
Q. How many Capture nodes are there per system?
A. There are between 4 – 20 Capture nodes depending on the system.
Q. If I will dock on a node before the Takeover starts, will I be scoring points?
A. No, you can start scoring points only when the Takeover has started. If you were occupying a node before, you will have to leave it and dock it again.
Q: How do I score points on Capture nodes?
A: Capture nodes mechanics are similar to mining node mechanics. Send your ship to an unoccupied capture node to dock and score points. If the capture node is occupied, you must defeat the occupant before you can dock on the node.
Batman arkham city boat password. You will receive 4 points per minute for every ship on a capture node: 3 point node bonus and 1 point for being present in the system.
Q. Can I attack players in a zone during a Takeover if my Alliance is not participating in that Takeover ?
A. Yes, you can freely attack and move around zones during Takeover .
Q. Can I view other systems in the same Zone if I don’t have a ship or base in those systems?
A. No, you can only view zones where you have either a base or ship.
Q: Do I get points for destroying other players’ ships or stations during a Takeover ?
A: No, you only get points for having ships present in the system or docked on a Capture Node. Destroying other players can be helpful during a Takeover as it prevents them from scoring points.
Q: If my ships are docked at home and my station is in a Takeover zone, will they score points?
A: No, ships docked in stations will not score points during a Takeover.
The cast of HBO's "Euphoria" is here to slay! The gorgeous ladies always dazzle on the red carpet. As we get ready for the 72nd Emmy Awards, Page Six Style takes a look back at the cast's fashionable moments.
Zendaya as Rue Bennett in HBO/BINGE drama, Euphoria. Picture: Supplied/HBOSource:Supplied
At just 24, it’s not surprising to find former Disney star Zendaya’s conversation is still sprinkled heavily with the word ‘cool.’
Her symbiotic relationship with Sam Levinson, the creator of groundbreaking and award-winning drama series, Euphoria? “He’s cool.”
The chance to co-star with The King’s Timothee Chalamet in an upcoming remake of fantasy film, Dune? “It felt cool and so exciting to be part of that magic.”
Going double platinum on the ARIA charts with Rewrite The Stars, with co-star Zac Efron, from The Greatest Showman? “That was cool.”
What about joining former First Lady Michelle Obama’s rallying cry to get Gen Z voters out for the recent US elections?
No contest: “just super, super cool.”
The linguistic flourish may seem an obvious sign of her youth, but there’s really no questioning the star’s own effortless cool factor.
Cool girl … Zendaya at this year’s E! People’s Choice Awards Picture: Jean-Baptiste Lacroix/AFPSource:AFP
While her young career began on the Disney path walked by Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez, none have made the transition to adulthood as easily, or to more acclaim, than the California-born girl.
And as she tells The BINGE Guide, that leap into serious stardom was the product of mature contemplation and a strategy for herself and her future that continues to belie her years.
Reading the script for Euphoria, she reveals, was the green light the young actor had been waiting for after wrapping her all-singing and dancing role as Rocky Blue in Disney sitcom, Shake It Up.
“I was in a bit of a weird place because I’d kind of finished the ‘old phase’ of my career and I kind of had this big chunk of time with nothing to do and I was quite stressed about it,” she confesses, adding: “I feel like if I’m not working then everything is going to disappear. So that empty time and also not wanting to do something for the sake of doing it … I was reading a lot of scripts and just nothing felt right.”
That’s when four pages by Levinson, sketching out the part of high school drug addict Rue, presented themselves and her brain, she says, went into overdrive.
“Euphoria was one of the first things that I read and was in it and feeling it the whole way through,” she says, “and I was conscious and aware and I fell in love.”
Her invested performance has been hailed as one of the best TV portrayals ever, rewarded with this year’s leading actress in a drama Emmy – and beating out her more experienced peers in The Crown’s Olivia Colman, Killing Eve’s Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, Osark star Laura Linney and Morning Wars’ Jennifer Aniston.
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Teen angst … Zendaya plays high school drug addict, Rue Bennett in HBO/BINGE drama series, Euphoria Picture: Supplied/HBOSource:Supplied
It was an extraordinary moment for the young star, surrounded as she was by her family and management team at her home during the COVID-safe virtual ceremony.
Giddy to the point of tears, the Armani Prive-clad beauty delivered a surprisingly composed acceptance speech, as she clutched her winged trophy and dedicated her award to the young people taking to the streets for the Black Lives Matter protests.
“I know that our TV show doesn’t always feel like a great example of that but there is hope in the young people. And I just want to say to all my peers out there doing the work in the streets – I see you, I admire you, I thank you.”
As her speech noted, it’s the same generation depicted as struggling with the world around them in Euphoria, and another reason why Zendaya connected with the script.
After a stint in rehab in season one, her character Rue battles depression, anxiety and the effects of an ADHD diagnosis.
For Zendaya, the opportunity to reflect on screen the kind of struggles many young people face in real life was both a privilege and a challenge.
“I think that the show allows for people to just feel seen … ‘that’s me there, that’s what I was trying to say, that’s how I feel.’ There’s something to it when you can work through it,” she says. “ And I’m sure and I hope that there have been conversations opened, whether it be among parents or families or whatever, just to start that dialogue has been the most valuable and beautiful thing that I think has happened.”
Girl power … Hunter Schafer as Jules Vaughn and Zendaya as Rue Bennett in HBO/BINGE drama, Euphoria. Picture: Supplied/HBOSource:Supplied
Some of the drug-fuelled scenes have tested her talents, she admits, but with season 2 pending, it will continue to be worth it, she says.
“The thing about this show is because you love it so much and we care about each other so much, you’re pretty much willing to go through anything and love every minute of it. Like I’m like, ‘oh you wanna do what? Okay, cool, yeah, f*ck it!” she says, with a laugh.
“It truly feels worth it … nothing ever, even when it feels painful or you’re tired and you don’t know what time it is and you’re confused and you’re sad or there’s a lot going on or you’re cold … whatever it is, every moment of it is 1000 per cent worth it because you know you’re making something special.”
The audience has responded in kind, as she told this month’s US Elle magazine.
“It’s been incredibly moving to see how people connected to what Sam has written. I’ve heard so many beautiful stories about addiction and recovery, and that brings me hope.”
A lot of the writing is drawn from Levinson’s own experience as a teenage addict, who admits at one point he thought he would lose his life to the disease.
“I spent the majority of my teenage years in hospitals, rehabs and halfway houses,” Levinson recalled at the HBO show’s premiere in June last year.
“Sometime around the age of 16, I resigned myself to the idea that eventually drugs would kill me and there was no reason to fight it. I would let it take me over, and I had made peace with that.”
Zendaya as Rue Bennett in HBO/BINGE drama, Euphoria. Picture: Supplied/HBOSource:Supplied
At 19, he checked back into rehab to “get off opiates and on to a more productive drug like crystal meth,” joking that he couldn’t pursue his love of writing when using the former.
While in treatment, he came across a quote that changed his life: “In the end we are nothing more than an amalgamation of our actions and that’s ultimately what defines us.”
Not wanting to leave behind a legacy of petty crime, addiction and “being sh*tty to everyone in my life,” he got clean and at 35, is 14 years sober.
Zendaya is effusive in her praise for the writer son of Oscar-winning director Barry Levinson: “the fact that Sam is brave enough to put words to something that I think a lot of people feel but don’t know how to put words to, is very special.”
Their connection has continued even during lockdown when season 2 of Euphoria was delayed by the pandemic restrictions.
Staying in close contact, the pair worked together on movie, Malcolm & Marie, filmed in secret and entirely during quarantine.
Euphoria fans can also look forward to two episodes to bridge the gap between the end of the first season and the filming of season 2 (which will follow Zendaya’s filming of the next Spider-Man movie).
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Zendaya adds: “I”m so grateful for the show and I can’t wait to go back. I want to go back home. It’s like a home base for us.”
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– additional reporting, Jenny Davis
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* Euphoria, s1 is streaming on BINGE. Special episodes air December 6.