Medicorp Gameplay

ANOTHER WAY TO PLAY ELITE DANGEROUS

MediCorp propose “roles” or ways to play Elite by giving certain rules. It’s a sort of new job that is offered to players seeking for innovation and adventures.
Gameplays below are basics, ideas that can be developed or appropriate. Of course, if you have new ideas, do share them by joining us on our Discord server.

We’ll add new rules progressively. Don’t also hesitate to review pages specific to some gameplay (combats/PvP escorting…)

Since the 2.4 Update, MediCorp rescuers have a Search and Rescue agent (contact menu in station) to bring back salvaged pods. However, MediCorps members are encouraged to do it in MediCorp approved systems only.

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Reminder: Medicorp pilots are never allowed to take weapons. They are never allowed to engage other ships (players, NPC) or drones on surface.

These possibilities of gameplay form the basis of MediCorp’s activities ; they are directed to any kind of players, even beginners. You may experiment all these activities, or pick out those which you prefer. We advise you to play in “Open mode”, which presents more of a challenge, but at higher risks (remember that Medicorp does not cover the insurance of the ship  ;))

 

Make patrols and finds pods in space or planet’s surfaces then bring them to safety in a MediCorp’s certified station. Each player then registers (screenshots can be requested) the number of pods he has collected. Every month a “ranking” is done and “The Lifeguard of the Month” will be known! What GLORY!

Make wings in open-mode and go to conflict areas or CG to: try retrieving what can be retrieved… and… stay alive the longest. All CMDR destroyed will follow a destruction report so we can establish a monthly list of “Rescuers Fallen during Mission”!

Contracts: it’s possible for any CMDR or group to request for a medical antenna for a particular event (race, war…) via a form available on the Wing website. No guarantee for presence will be required and free payment for MEDIC.

Release of hostage missions: MediCorp pilots are allowed to pick up hostages (escape pods). Nonetheless, it is important to notice that these commanders must not be armed in any case. They are not allowed to shoot, neither on ships nor on drones on planets. You will have to be escorted by a mercenary in order to save lives. Please note that if hostage missions are not consistent with your RP position, just do not accept them.

Missions in Wing : the 3.0 version of Elite Dangerous allows the players to share missions with friends.  Don’t miss this chance to carry out a rescue  mission together, or to find wingmates to dare fly in such hazardous zones as an escorted ship.

With cabins and passengers missions… The MediCorp rescuers can do humanitarians missions and injured evacuations… and who knows what else?

“PANDEMIC ALERT “. Stop the outbreak in affected systems by delivering medicines and/or complete humanitarian’s missions! Find systems in outbreak state with EDSM.

These special operations are of a different kind. They can be limited in time and most of them are aimed to advanced or expert players. We suggest you to play in “open mode” for more of a challenge.

Operation “IT’S MINE”. Since September 26 3303 a large number of reports have stated a worrying situation in the Pleiades Systems: Thargoids ships seem to recover occupied evacuation pods. We CAN’T let them do! These pods are OURS! MediCorp rescuers are invited to patrol the relevant areas, search for non-human threat signals strength of 5 (nothing scares us) and salvage the largest number of occupied pods before Thargoid ship. Rescuers are advised to stay alive. The pods are to be returned to the Rescue Operations Officer in the nearest approved MediCorp systems. However, due to distance and urgency of the situation, it is exceptionally permitted to bring back these pods in one of the Pleiades stations. It’s up to you.

 

NEW: EVACUATION ALERT PROTOCOL. MediCorp pilots are invited to participate in rescuing injured people when stations have been attacked (they may carry non-disabled people and rescue escape pods). Find out more about this by following this link

 

Community goals: Rescue operations, as part of community goals, are often proposed by Frontier ; they are fully consistent with the objectives and the gameplay of the Medicorp