Formal agreement of mutual space usage and transit between The Star Fraction and Daisho Syndicate – the alliances agree that neither party will attempt to restrict the movement rights of the other in any system in Eve space. Star Fraction and Daisho pilots will travel wherever they choose in Providence and the former KBP pocket – including the systems KBP, B-W, E-Y, T-U, and Y-9.
The B-W system will be shared and open for resource development with SF and Daisho pilots free to dock, trade, rat, mine, and whatever else they want to do in the system. Anchoring towers is permissable with consultation (basically avoid high value moons for mining purposes).
E-Y, T-U, Y-9 systems will be open for transit and navigation but SF pilots are respectfully asked to refrain from bounty-hunting Sansha’s in the area since these are an important income source for the Daisho Syndicate community and there is after all, plenty of alternative ratting income in B-W, KBP, YWSO etc. Completing Escalations originating elsewhere in space is accepted.
It’s important to note that Star Fraction pilots do not travel in nullsec freespace to annoy or irritate our neighbours or to share intel on blues or neutrals. We will cooperate in the destruction of reds and are happy to help our friends destroy mutual reds.
Neither Daisho Syndicate nor Star Fraction officers or members will attempt to “order” or otherwise “demand” action from captains of the other organization and will respect free transit rights at all times.
Daisho Syndicate will formally apologize for the destruction of ClairXXX’s Myrmidon class Battlecruiser in B-W system and reimburse the full value of the loss.
This agreement represents a binding settlement between Daisho Syndicate and the Star Fraction but will need ratification by a majority vote of the free captains of the Fraction before it can enter formal agreement. Until ratification occurs and is communicated to Daisho Syndicate management it is understood and expected that conflict continues and no additional losses will be addressed in reimbursement or penalty claims hereafter.