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Cash Flow For Capsuleers (3 of 10) - Eve Online Mission Guide

Updated on August 17, 2012

This guide and video walkthrough will cover the Military Career arc mission, Cash Flow For Capsuleers (3 of 10) in the video game MMO, Eve Online. Within you will find information on completing the mission objectives along with rewards and any other relevant details.


  • Kill all the pirates at target location.
  • Acquire Item: 1 x Secret Documents (0.1m3)
  • Drop Off: (Agent's Station)

"Destroy the pirates, loot the secret documents from the container they leave behind, and report back to your agent."

Enemies (Caldari)

  • Group 1: 4 x Pithi Arrogator, 1 x Webber Drone, 1 x Runner Drone
    Last pirate ship killed (not drone) drops Secret Documents
  • Group 2: Tahamar
    Warps out after talking some mess. 22.5k Isk Bounty not included.

Total Bounty: 12,000 Isk

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Launching a volley of missiles at the Pirates.Slowed by the enemy Webifier Drone.Looting the Secret Documents.
Launching a volley of missiles at the Pirates.
Launching a volley of missiles at the Pirates.
Slowed by the enemy Webifier Drone.
Slowed by the enemy Webifier Drone.
Looting the Secret Documents.
Looting the Secret Documents.


In the third mission of Eve Online's Military Career arc, the challenge is stepped up by another gradual notch, requiring you to retrieve another container-ejected item from one of the last pirates you'll kill here, but now introduces EWAR into the combat mechanics. In this case a single webifier equipped drone that will be present at the mission, which is a module that can slow down enemy ships, in this case, yours.

You should now have a decently fitted combat ship from the end of the previous mission, which you can augment with the modules you receive upfront here if you'd like, or just sell them on the market to make Isk for something else. ln my case, I chose to swap Rocket launchers for Light Missile Launchers on the Condor I received, in order to go for long range attacks, thus to keeping my ship out of the enemy's range while also making the mission go by faster, since I don't need to spend time closing distance. The Propulsion Jamming skill book you'll receive at the end of the mission on the other hand, is worth training upon receiving to allow your character to make use of these webifier modules, one of which you'll receive later in this chain.

Upon warping in to the mission location, you will find a single group of 4 pirate ships and 2 drones, with Tahamar sitting in his destroyer far away. Ignore him, focusing first on the Webifier drone that risks slowing you down and taking more damage from the other enemies. He will taunt you throughout the mission before eventually warping away, although could potentially be destroyed with a long range, sniper vessel. Otherwise, focus on the other Runner drone next since it seems to have a higher damage output than the other ships, then clear out the weak pirate ships. The last one popped drops the container you can collect your Secret Documents from, with which you can then return to your agent in order to complete the mission.


  • + 0.2776 % corporation standing
  • 1 x Propulsion Jamming (skill book)
  • 120,000 Isk bonus (2 hours, 32 mins)
  • Weapon modules (depends on faction, granted)
    • Amarr: 2 x Dual Light Beam Laser I
    • Caldari: 2 x Rocket Launcher I
    • Gallente: 2 x 75mm Gatling Rail I
    • Minmatar: 2 x 125mm Gatling Autocannon I


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