Universe traders guide

Universe traders guideUniverse Traders Guide

Universe and Sector Traders are one of the main ways to make money in x3, whether it be Reunion. Terran Conflict or Albion Prelude.

When managed correctly, they will often make more money than a factory for the same cost, and can run away when necessary; but don't let this fool you - using OOS Combat Resolution will still mean that they will die both quickly and easily if they get into a fight.

Why use Universe or Sector Traders? [ edit ]

This is an often asked question, but also one of the simplest. It's one of the easiest ways to effortlessly make money.

After you have got your Sector Trader up to being a Universe Trader, there is very little you will need to do to maintain him (at least in theory - see Bugs below for a list of known bugs and how to solve them). They often make more than most factories for the same price, and while unlike factories, they cannot be used directly for equipping your own fleet, their autonomy is their greatest strength.

However, they can stumble into trouble, and if you are not careful, you could get unlucky and lose one - particularly if you are playing in Albion Prelude, and do not set up things like your Sector Blacklist, Friend/Foe etc. correctly.

Please note that a popular alternative to a Universe Trader is a ship properly equipped with Commodity Logistics Software. and while that is not covered within the scope of this guide, it is an option worth considering, if you understand how it works. Especially if you want your trader to run double-duty and also prioritize selling your own goods.

Starting Out (Sector Traders) [ edit ]

Before starting out as a Universe Trader, the ship will need several pieces of equipment, and must meet several requirements prior to becoming a Universe Trader. Firstly, the ship must be equipped with Trade Command Software Mk3.

Starting Universe Traders is as simple as getting a Trader of a high enough rank, and ordering him to "Begin Universe Trading". After doing that, you ought to be able to largely forget about them - meaning that the majority of the work is put in while they are a Sector Trader, as such, while this guide is aimed at the long-run (thinking about getting Universe Traders), the beginning is aimed primarily at Sector Traders - as you cannot have a Universe Trader without first having a Sector Trader.

Required Ship Class [ edit ]

Please see below for a list of Recommended Ships.

Training [ edit ]

After you equip a ship from the above classes with the Trade Command Software, you will be able to issue the order of "Start Sector Trader". This will hire a pilot who will begin trading on your behalf - buying wares in the sector you select for a good price, and selling them to other stations for a good price.

Pilot Levels [ edit ]

As Pilots level up, they gain more abilities. The most important ranks to pay attention to are:

Rank 6 - Will use Sector Trader to trade up to 1 sector away.

Rank 7 - Actually checks if it can make a profit.

Rank 8 - Universe Trader, use Jumpdrive. buy Fighter Drones

Rank 12 - Buys own Jumpdrive.

Recommendations [ edit ]

Recommended Ships [ edit ]

Almost any ship from the TS+ Heavy Transport class of ship is ideal for use as a Universe Trader, but as speed is often viewed as even more important than freight capacity, the favoured ships (ignoring price) tend to be:

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X rebirth beginner-s guide-tips and tricksX Rebirth Beginners Guide Tips and Tricks

X Rebirth is an open-world single-player space-trading game by Egosoft exclusively made for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. A console version of the game has also been promised. That being said, I will be covering various aspects for beginners and veterans alike.

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You will have access to your very own ship called Albion Skunk. Skunk has a wide arsenal of weapons (HMG, Shotgun, LASER Guns, Missiles) at its disposal.

In addition to that, you will be able to upgrade various features of Skunk including Engine, Armor, and Scanners. All of these upgrades have some slight advantage over the others so make sure to choose the right one.

Your ship is also able to carry cargo and have in-built drones that are able to hack various equipment and are weapons of mass destruction. While playing the main storyline, you will be provided with a few tutorials to make you familiar with the ship and the game in-general.

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Ships are not only captured but constructed! In order to do so, you will need to find a Shipyard Platform. After you have found one, look for a Ship Trader (NPC) and after paying a fee, begin building your very own custom ship.

As for building the Stations, you will first need to build a Construct Vessel Ship and have it in your squad. Once you have done that all, look for an appropriate location to build your station and access Build from the Quick Menu to begin.

Drones, WHAT?

Drones are a brand-new addition and are used while hacking different things and other tasks. The game featured two distinct types of Drones know as ROV and URV. ROV are Remotely Operated Vehicles and are controlled by a headset.

As for URV, these are Unmanned Radio Vehicles and operated on their own using AIs.

How to Capture Ships

In addition to having your very own ship, you will be able to force a pilot out of his/her ship and redeem it as your very own. However, unlike the previous installments, ships are no longer flown by the AI, but you will need an actual pilot to fly them.

Pilots can be found on different platforms; once you have found a pilot, you will be able to hire his/her services for a fee.

Once you have hijacked a ship, click on Claim and your pilot will automatically begin flying that ship. There will be some ships, which will require you to have a crew owning to their magnificent size.

The number of Marines (Crew) required to claim a ship primarily depends upon the size of the ship, and some ships even require around 20 Marines. Marines can be recruited by talking to Recruiting Officer.

Landing 101

Landing in X-Rebirth holds the significant value as it allows you to get on to a platform to acquire objectives, repair Skunk, apply upgrades, and talk to people. You will Bar-Platform scattered throughout the Universe of the game and by clicking Dock, you will be able to land.

Once you have successfully Docked the Skunk, you will be able to click on different icons depending on what you want to do.

Along with the main storyline missions, there are a bunch of other missions that you will be able to complete to earn cash and RP. The missions available to you will include Escorting, Assassination, Patrolling, etc. While hovering around the Platforms, these missions will pop-up as icons.

Small Talks

Small Talk is kind of a mini-game featured in X-Rebirth, which is activated by talking to random NPCs about various things. The game itself is pretty simple, and you will be required to halt a moving bar at the highest point.

Failing to do so will finish the game.

How Trading Works?

Trading has been so much evolved in X-Rebirth that it looks like a new addition, altogether. In this game, Trading has been split into two different categories: Direct and Indirect.

Direct Trading is done with the Skunk by Docking onto the different platforms and talking to NPC. You will also be able to purchase inventory items from NPCs and upgrade your ship.

Indirect Trading is not done by Skunk, and you will be required to have a larger ship to transfer wares. Once you acquire a ship like that, you will be able to begin Trading. To transfer a particular type of ware, you must have that very particular transporter on your ship.

What Has Changed?

With the new engine, the whole universe of the latest iteration of the franchise has evolved completely. You will not longer be able to travel through gates to gain access to a new area. The universe has a Galaxy which is further divided into four clusters.

The clusters are further divided into Sectors. These Sectors are linked together by Super-Highways.

Zones in X-Rebirth can be considered as the last division of Galaxy which are inter-linked via Local-Highways. And just like Sectors, different Zones can be accessed anytime.

Gates are certainly present in X-Rebirth, but they work a bit differently. Since they are not directional, it is pretty much possible that you exit a gate and arrive at the same Cluster.

And like I have already, Highways are of two types: One that connect the Sectors together are called Super-Highways and the ones that connect Zones together are called Local-Highways.

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Tips for trading onlineTips for Trading Online

This is complilation of some common sense tips that will help to make your online trading experience much more enjoyable.

Always, always, ask for and check references.

It seems so simple and yet so few people actually do it. All it takes is a simple e-mail messages out to each of the references the person your trading with supplies. If the person you’re trading with is a member of MOTL. be sure to check out their references list on the site. This is THE MOST important thing to do when trading online. If you do nothing else, at least do this.

Save your e-mail messages.

The best thing to do is to create a folder with the e-mail program you use and store all your trade-related e-mail messages there. I keep hearing “I lost your address” from people I’ve just given my address to only a day ago. This will also help you out in the unfortunate event that you get ripped off, as it’s a almost impossible to track rippers down without detailed information such as an address.

If it’s too good to be true, it is.

This may seem like a tired phrase, but trust me, it’s true. If someone seems very eager to give you an incredibly good deal for your cards, be wary. A lot of problems in life can be avoided if you stop and take a moment to analyze your possible risk vs. your possible gain in a given situation. If you can’t risk losing your cards, find another person to trade with, which brings me to my next point.

There are lots of people to trade with.

Don’t feel pressured into a deal because you don’t think you’ll be able to trade your cards to anyone else. You will. The Internet is not your local card shop, there are millions of people on the Net and a couple thousand on this site alone. Don’t worry, other people will want your cards.

Don’t assume every card is in mint condition.

Always be sure to describe the conditions of the cards you’re trading and ask the person you’re trading with to do the same. You wouldn’t do a trade at a card shop or convention blindfolded, so don’t do it on the Net.

Communicate often.

Nothing upsets people more than to deal with someone who never contacts them, and nothing pleases them more than to deal with someone who does. If the person you’re trading with sends you an e-mail message, e-mail them back promptly. Make sure to send an e-mail message out when you send your cards and when you receive theirs.

Ask permission for references.

Don’t just assume that the person you just traded with wants you to use them as a reference. When you receive their cards, make sure you tell them whether or not they may use you as a reference. There’s nothing worse than having someone check on your references and having one of them respond negatively.

Don’t force people to send first.

If you have a well-established online reputation, you may ask that the person you’re trading with send first, but if you act arrogantly about it, they’ll probably just break off the trade. Don’t assume that since you belong to such-and-such organization, including this one, that it makes you better than everyone else, it doesn’t. Also, if the person you’re trading with does end up sending first, throw in some extra cards with what you send. It doesn’t have to be anything big, just maybe a couple uncommons to thank them for trusting you.

Be patient.

Sometimes the mail is fast, sometimes it’s slow. If the person you’re trading with is in another country, even Canada, expect the trade to take considerably longer. Don’t go crying “ripper!” if their cards didn’t arrive in a week, no one will listen to you. Also consider that some people also can’t afford to drop everything and go to the post office when your cards arrive. If you haven’t heard anything from the person you’re trading with a week after sending your cards, send them a polite e-mail messages asking if they got your cards, whether you received theirs or not. Remember, the cards you send are your responsibility until they reach the hands of the person you’re trading with, so make sure that they got to their destination.

Take steps to safely ship your cards.

Using a hard sleeve and a bubble mailer can go a long way to insuring that your cards get to their destination safely. The post office typically pays more attention to these type of packages, and they’ll actually honor the “Do Not Bend” markings. It only costs a dollar, on average, to send your cards like this. Look at it this way, the stamp you’d normally use + the price of a candy bar = great happiness for the person you’re trading with.

Things don’t get lost in the mail (at least in the U. S. ).

Face it, it just doesn’t happen anymore. You could label a package with just a name and a zip code and it would still probably get to it’s destination. If someone tries to give you the excuse that the cards got lost in the mail, they’re probably full of it, plus, they are still responsible for making sure you get your cards. If you think something may have been lost, go to your local post office and have them do a trace on your package. If you want to be absolutely sure that your cards get to their destination, send them by certified mail and the person you’re trading with will have to sign for them when they arrive.

Ripping someone off is mail fraud.

This is another reason to save your e-mail messages. Any documented deal in which you agreed to send a certain item in exchange for another by mail, is under the jurisdiction of laws pertaining to mail fraud. If you don’t believe me, read Title 18, Section 1341 of the US Code. Those found guilty of mail fraud can be fined and sent to jail for up to 5 years . Contact your local postmaster if you seriously believe you’ve been ripped off, and he or she will tell you what you can do.

Finally, most people are honest.

Although there are some rippers out there, online trading wouldn’t exist if most people weren’t honest. If you just use some common sense and try to follow these guidelines, you should have many successful trades.

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Station Trading, also known as Hub Trading, is a method of making money without ever leaving a station. It can be as cutthroat as PvP, but with your wallet being the thing at stake, rather than your ship or clone.

The Basics

Station Trading, like all trading, relies on the maxim "buy low, sell high." At the end of the day, that's all there is to it. However, doing it well is another thing entirely. Find an item that people are trying to buy at one price, but are trying to sell at a much higher price. Put up a buy order for this item, get it filled, and then put up a sell order for the item. Reap the profit. That's the essential idea.

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The best prices on items are often found in trade hubs like Jita IV - Moon 4 - Caldari Navy Assembly Plant . otherwise known as Jita 4-4. Other racial trade hubs are also good candidates: Rens, Oursalaert, Hek, and Amarr. Dock your ship in one of these trade hubs and open up your market browser.

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Stock is a company's initial capital. A company "goes public," meaning ownership moves from private individuals to whoever buys a share, when it splits this capital into units called shares and auctions them off. Shareholders have the advantage of owning a part of the profits of the company but also risk losing the money that they've invested if stock prices fall due to bad business decisions, a sour economy or bankruptcy.

Trading Stock

While companies sell stock initially to investors, investors and brokers trade stocks with each other on the stock market. Many institutions such as investment banks and hedge funds buy and sell stocks on the stock market as well. Only licensed brokers can actually trade stocks; private investors trade through a broker, who can be a person with whom the investor has regular and personal contact, or through an online brokerage service. Brokers charge commissions on trades.

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In the long run, putting your money in the stock market is a good investment. The stock market overall does increase wealth substantially but the growth is only consistent over decades. In the short term, it is possible to make a considerable amount of money trading stocks on a regular basis but this is a much riskier activity.

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While the stock market tends towards substantial growth in the long term, this growth is incredibly volatile and inconsistent in the short term. Many investors lose money by selling their stocks when the market is down or have the misfortune to need access to their investments right after a large drop in the market. Furthermore, stock performance varies considerably from company to company. Investors may lose money if a company makes bad business decisions or encounters other problems and there is the possibility of losing their entire investment if a company goes bankrupt.

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Financial products similar to stock---and the agents and marketplaces that deal in them---have been around since before the Industrial Revolution. In medieval Italy, merchants used to outfit ships by selling rights to some of the ship's future profits. Similar to today's stock market, investors were attracted to these shares because ships returning to Italy with a cargo of spices and silks sold the cargo for many times more money than the cost of supplying an outgoing ship. However, these journeys took years, during which time many ships were lost due to storms, disease, pirates and other dangers. Hence, these investments carried a high risk of failure in exchange for the possibility of high profits, similar to the stock market today.