Welcome to Frontier
Our primary focus is to make sure this organization has the resources it needs to thrive in a dangerous and difficult universe. It is our responsibility to ensure we are making a profit in our ventures so that we can continue to expand our influence throughout the Verse. Frontier Wing is the org’s key to establishing our presence in a new system and give our fleet a place to call home.
That means mobilizing organizational assets and getting them wherever they need to be. You might find yourself transporting our Security forces to their posts on a warship, building and managing outposts and bases or running critical resupply missions to our operational forces. Almost everything Vanguard does requires money and that means we need to be looking for the best commodity prices and trade routes in order to figure out how to squeeze every last penny of profitability out of run.
1. Share. Chances are, you have more UEC than pretty much everyone else in the org. You don't have to share, but it is very much appreciated.
2. Pay. If have Security fly top cover for you or if ask an org mate to man a turret; use a beacon to transfer and make sure they get some compensation for their efforts. They'll show up to help us anyway, but response times tend to be faster when there is a pay check at the end.
3. Imagine. While many game mechanics have not made it into Star Citizen, that doesn't mean we don't want to talk about it. Half the fun is theory-crafting. As long as CIG teases new content, there will be a forum here to discuss how it will impact our game play.
4. Quietly Lead. Org operations can sometimes involve dozens of members. In the heat of the moment, it’s very easy to try to all talk at once. Keep in mind that clear comms are a precious commodity. Let's set the gold standard in radio discipline.
5. Group up. Even though it's not always as profitable, crewing up is a really great way to meet people and make friends. Invite people along with you while trading. You'll be surprised at how much response you get.
6. Be kind. Be Patient. Stay out of the Local Chat drama in game. If you get blown up, vent here or get some org members to help you hunt the player down. Do not complain about it in general chat or any other public forum. Be the bigger person.
7. Plan. Your game time is valuable. Take the time outside the game to use the vast resources of the internet to plan your in game strategies. Taking the time to plan your trade routes and commodities will make you very profitable and efficient.
8. Enjoy. This is a game. Use it to make friends. Support each other. Share with each other.
9. Pirating. It’s the fastest way to get a kick from our group. We have a zero-tolerance policy for ship-jacking/cargo-detonating. If you find yourself in someone else’s ship and they are NOT in it, check for cargo. If you find cargo, find out who it belongs to and return it, or land it at Port Olisar so they can access it later.
10. Currently, the uniform is mandatory when the org is creating promotional video content, conducting org events that are planned to be streamed to an audience, or during org events that specifically require a uniform as part of the mission requirement. Often, these events are some of the most interesting content available in Star Citizen, so it is highly recommended that these items are purchased as soon as possible. If you need help purchasing these items, reach out to your leadership and we will help get you set up.
Frontier Wing Leadership
Transport Group Captain
Commerce Group Captain
Trading in Star Citizen can be a lot of fun, but there are some quirks in the game that all traders should know. Below is an overview of how to mitigate some of these issues, but even the best of us has lost vast amounts of aUEC to a server crashes.