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The EVE Online community uses it for many purposes, the most common of which is to check how much was destroyed in a fight. ZKillboard can be used in. First off, love the killboard layout and appreciate the time you guys put into the project. Do you currently have a writeup somewhere to get zkillboard working on a Windows box? I am a total newb when it comes to this stuff, was able to get EVE-Dev to work but am having issues with zkillboard.
zKillboard (short: zKill) is a public killboard. It collects killmails and publishes them for everyone to read. The EVE Online community uses it for many purposes, the most common of which is to check how much was destroyed in a fight thus who the 'winner' is. It is also often used to gather intel and check out what fits people use.
A killmail is sent to the victim, the pilot who landed the killing blow, and their corps. For a killmail to be registered on zKill, one of these entities has to give zKill the right to access it in their name (via a corp/character API). Being that zKill is the most popular killboard, most corps or individuals allow it to pull their killmails.
zKillboard provides a search function. You can search and thus filter for
- character, corporation, and alliance names;
- ship types and classes;
- solar systems and regions. (But afaik not constellations.)
Where reasonable you can narrow down to kills, losses and solo.
Further it is possible to filter for certain categories. Known categories are: awox, ganked, npc, highsec, lowsec, nullsec, wh, abyssal. These filters can be combined through manipulation of the url.
Let's say you want to know all Velator losses by EVE University:
- You type the uni's name in the search box, and the resulting page will have the url https://zkillboard.com/corporation/917701062/ because 917701062 is the corresponding corp ID.
- Similarly, the search for 'Velator' results in the url https://zkillboard.com/ship/606/ because 606 is the ship ID for the Velator.
- If you now combine those two urls and append '/losses/' to the end, the resulting URL is https://zkillboard.com/corporation/917701062/ship/606/losses/ you will see all Velator losses by E-UNI.
The reverse order https://zkillboard.com/ship/606/corporation/917701062/losses/ works too, but 'losses' has to be at the end. Further, it is possible to search for several things of the same kind, for example: https://zkillboard.com/corporation/917701062/ship/601,606/losses/ gives you all Ibis (601) and Velator (606) losses by E-UNI. This can be done with more than two things and, not only with ships, but also other categories like systems. Go ahead and experiment and find out which combinations work. But keep in mind that some combinations require a certain order while others not.
You can use the website http://mossworks.xyz/zkillsearch/ to automatically create urls for you. But note that it doesn't include all options because zKill's options are expanded from time to time.
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Some more hints on advanced zkill-fu can be found on https://www.sacah.net/2018/08/zkillboard-url-fu.html - note especially the /reset/ keyword which allows you to filter on both victim and attacker..
As you can access zKillboard through an API. You can, in theory, apply any filter you may wish if you take the time to write the code for it.
zKillboard can be used in various ways to gather intel. You can check out an alliance what kind of ships (and fits) they like to fly and their common online times. If you face a certain target you can search for the pilot and his losses in that specific hull. Most pilots tend to stick with similar fits, so you can get a good idea of what the target might be flying. You can even click on export -> EFT and copy & paste the fit into Pyfa to simulate it.
|Programs & Services|
|This page is specific to EVE University. Other corporations or groups in the game may operate differently.|
For a summary of EVE University's rules and code of conduct, see EVE University Rules.
The Uni Killboard (or Killfeed) lists all losses and kills (including NPC losses) for Ivy League pilots. All killmails are automatically pulled from the API. If you think a kill or lossmail is missing then please contact a Director. Please note, however, that the board has been known to take anywhere from a few minutes to a few days to update, so be patient.
- 1Commenting on Kill and Lossmails
Commenting on Kill and Lossmails
Using the Killboard
- Navigate to the kill/loss entry
- Enter your comment in the Comments field on the left, under the involved pilots list (it is recommended you copy your comments too in case you enter your name and/or password incorrectly)
- Enter your character's name and the killboard comment password (see the forum thread for passwords) You will find the password under 'Killmail comment posting password'.
- Click add comment
Your Comment should include a description of the situation which lead to the kill or loss, if possible include what you learned from it. If you can, include a link to the AAR.
Kills, Kill Points and Efficiencies
- 'Kills' - The count of all kills by an entity.
- 'Real kills' - This is the count of recorded kills minus any pod, shuttle and corvette kills.
- The 'Real kills' value is used throughout all award and statistic pages.
- Every kill is assigned a point value. Based on the ship type destroyed, and the number and types of ships involved in the kill, the number of points indicates the difficulty of the kill. As a result, a gank will get a lot less points awarded than a kill in a small engagement. A list of point values and further discussion can be found at [Jester's Trek]
- Efficiency is calculated as the ratio of damage done in ISK of ship and modules versus the damage received in ISK. This comes down to
Some of the above is also found under About Killfeed.
Rank, Rankpoints and Ribbons
Our killboard uses a mod named rankmod. This mod assigns pseudo military ranks, ribbons and medals to pilots based on their killboard stats.
- 'Rank' - To achieve a new rank you need to obtain enough rankpoints for the next killboard rank. You can see the different killboard ranks, their insignia and the rankpoints you need for each on this page.
- 'Rankpoints (RP)' - The total rankpoints (RP) are the sum of 'base points' and 'bonus points' less 'malus points'. You can see the values for each pilot under their medal box.
- 'Base RP' - The base RP are based off the total killpoints. The ratio of killpoints to rankpoints can be set by the killboard operator, currently it is set to a ratio of 30 killpooints for 1 rankpoint.
- 'Bonus RP' - The bonus RP are extra RP for having been awarded ribbons and medals. The ribbons come in three grades: expert, veteran and elite. Each ribbon needs a certain amount of kill in a ship class or with a certain type of weapon. The rankpoints you get for each ribbon depends on the difficulty of obtaining it. You can see the requirement for each ribbon and medal under this page.
- 'Malus RP' - The malus RP are 'awarded' for the two loss medals each month, top losses overall and top losses in highsec. Each is worth a few negative points which hardly affects the overall RP and is more for comical value.
Killboard Comment Example
Below is an example of a comment for a loss within the Killboard. It received positive feedback from the SRP staff, when a request for a replacement ship was submitted. It isn't overly structured, but has some key information as well as a little bit of light heartedness too.
The basic structure is as follows:-
- Why you were in the fleet
- What happened
- How you lost your ship
- Lessons Learnt:
The example goes as follows:Pilot : 2014-04-28 09:04:06
Awesome Fleet Fun!This was part of the POCKET ROCKET doctrine that we ran on Sunday evening.Massive fleet from Fidelas Constans had the bare faced cheek to be roaming around EZA so we let them have a go. I have to admit, when they all warped in I thought 'bugger, that's a lot of ships, we're gonna get hurt.' But our fleet of mighty THORAX with support completely outmatched them. I lost this ship quite late in the battle and went from being webbed to dead in about three seconds. I think I must have been called as the primary as everything dropped that fast I didn't really have time to react. This is of course also down in some part to my inexperience and rubbish internet speeds currently.Lesson Learnt: When in large fleet engagements, if it become apparent I am the target, I should consider warping out. It means they have effectively wasted time locking me and not bothering with others in the fleet.
Manually Posting a Killmail
Sometimes ESI has some quirks, and killmails are not automatically updated to the E-UNI killboard. When this happens, you can follow the process below to manually upload killmails to the EVE UNI killboard.
- In the EVE client, bring up the kill/lossmail you want to post to the EVE UNI killboard. Click the hamburger menu in the top left.
- In the dropdown list, select Copy External Kill Link
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- Go to the EVE UNI killboard.
- In the nagivation bar, click Post Mail.
- On the web page, past the copied kill link into the box and click Process! on the right hand side.
Congratulations, your killmail should now show up on the EVE UNI killboard.