DC Territorial Domination Database

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The subject of this article is from the Atlas Rises update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 23 July, 2018.

The DC Territorial Domination Database is a Database containing Star System Submissions from all 4 Factions. Factions Competing in Territorial Domination Passively Dominate Regions by Claiming them in the name of their Chosen Faction. (See DC Territorial Domination for details on Claiming and Overthrowing Regions)

Members Should only edit Under the Claimed Regions Section.

Submission Guidelines can be found at the bottom of the Page.

Conflicting Regions[edit | edit source]

Conflicting Regions are Controlled Regions defending against being Overthrown.

Once the Attacking Faction has more Systems Logged, the Region will be Overthrown.

Defending Faction Defending Region Systems Logged Attacking Faction Systems Logged

Claimed Regions[edit | edit source]

Claimed Regions are Regions containing a Star System with either a CFO, ERD, AG, or ON Embassy Base.

Claimed Regions can Grow in Strength by Continued Logging of Star Systems within the Region.

User Name Faction Claimed Region Embassy System Systems Claimed Region Strength Credit
(DC) JAS90125 Discovery Coalition Laklhazebathy Void (DC) Oppidium Stellus 6 Capitol (N/A)
  • Log your Region and Embassy System
  • Logging an entire System consists of : Planet & Moon Count, Coordinates found using Signal Boosters, Full Planetary Info, Spectral Class, Gold Starred Resources, System Color, Points of Interest, (rare animals, exotic resources, etc) and any other notable details.
  • For a System to be Claimed, it must follow your chosen Faction's Naming Convention.
  • Embassies must include a Base with a Resource Farm. Extra Points are granted if you Coordinate another Player to build an Embassy/Farm in your Embassy's System, or in a neighboring System.
  • Submissions that don't follow these Guidelines are subject to Verification, and will not be credited.
  • Submitting False Information can lead to being placed in the DC Defectors Page.
  • Submissions must be tagged (New) to be Credited.
  • Submissions must be tagged (Updated) if Systems are added.
  • Submissions tagged (Credited) are Submissions verified by a DC Analyst and have earned Points towards Monthly Scores.