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Hyperion expansion (Aug 2014) patch note:
> K162 apperance only on first jump (or after first warp and less than 15 hours remaining)
Additional info on this EVE-O forum post.
Use this tool to identify your wormhole connection by type.
whtype.info tool is the result of a continuous scanning project focusing on Anoikis space.
Check attributes of any wormhole type in EVE, or select different attributes as filters to track down your wormhole type.
Initial data was pulled from Anoik.is, EVE Ref, UniWiki and several other sources.
All information is crosschecked, updated and verified by constant scanning and on grid observations.
Feedback appreciated on this EVE-O forum thread where I post newly added updates.
In-game contact: Sothis Ast
Anoikis - lore name for wormhole space, also known as j-space or w-space.
Static - repeatedly respawning wormhole connection in a given j-space system.
EOL - end of life; wormhole connection with less than 4 hours of its lifetime left.
Destab - wormhole connection with less then 50% of its mass remaining (destabilized).
Crit - wormhole connection with less than 10% of its mass remaining (critical).
Frig hole - smallest wormhole connection with ship jump size restriction up to Frigates/Destroyers.
Shattered - wormhole systems in which all planets are shattered, and any structure is unable to be anchored.
Roll - putting enough mass through a wormhole to collapse it.
Rage roll - repeatedly rolling one's static connection in search for content.
Rolling battleship - a battleship of any race fit with a Higgs Anchor rig and battleship propulsion module for rolling wormhole connections.
Rolling HIC - Heavy Interdiction Cruiser fit with multiple Zero Point Mass Entanglers, a Higgs Anchor rig and a 100MN Afterburner for rolling medium and crit wormhole connections.
Cold pass - jumping thorugh a wormhole with propulsion module off, which doesn't increase ship mass.
Hot pass - jumping thorugh a wormhole with propulsion module on, which increase the ship mass.
Eviction - act of sieging, destroying and ultimately taking over an enemy wormhole system.
Hole control - Holding control of all incoming and outgoing wormhole connections during an eviction to stop enemies from getting in or out.
Doorstop - A ship sat on the outside of a crit wormhole connection with enough mass to roll it instantly, used to stop defenders or attackers from bringing in reinforcements.
K162 - other side of every wormhole type.
Bob - egregore, thoughtform, meme and a wormhole god. That is all.
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Observing frigate wormhole lifetime changes (to 4.5h) and their EOL state timers.
Closely monitoring new wormhole J377 as well as wormhole activity increase, post Turnur incident.
Researching reintroduced wormhole J244 [Type ID 73748] coming on top of already existing J244 type [Type ID 30667].
Regardless of having the same attributes, it is suspected they behave differently.
Medium holes in Nullsec
It appears that wandering medium sized wormholes, thought to appear only in Class 1 systems, spawn in NullSec too.
If you find any of the following wormhole type in NullSec, feel free to send your report (screenshots included).
H121 (leads to C1)
C125 (leads to C2)
O883 (leads to C3) - CONFIRMED
M609 (leads to C4)
L614 (leads to C5) - CONFIRMED S804 (leads to C6) - CONFIRMED