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Can a player kill CONCORD on his own?

Are their any Corporations/Fleets that have done an assault on CONCORD?

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I once attacked the gate guard with a Reaper... The projectile trail was as wide as my ship. :/ –  Stuart Pegg Apr 4 '11 at 21:17
    
Oh, Reaper - I thought you said Reavers... –  Cyclops Nov 19 '12 at 11:12
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In the past this was possible -- see here. A google search for "zombie siege of yulai" should turn up a lot of old discussions.

These days it is generally believed to be impossible to destroy even a single ship (the weak "concord" ships you destroy on pirate quests do not count), let alone the whole corporation!

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As a warning, even if you do (and you can't any more), it's considered an exploit and you will be banned for it.

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I thought that surviving the counterattack was the exploit, not succeeding at the original attack. –  Steve V. Apr 5 '11 at 17:30
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Surviving the attack is an exploit, but also CCP made them nearly invincible, so killing them would be an exploit to. –  Ray Britton Apr 5 '11 at 17:57
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That doesn't really make any sense... –  Rushyo Apr 16 '11 at 11:01
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@Rushyo, I agree. This "update" was one of the weaker ones they did that, imo, messes with the whole emersion aspect of the game. If I want to attack concord, I should be able to and Concord should react by sending blobs to defeat me. –  Kevin Peno Apr 21 '11 at 20:26
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You will not get banned for attacking or even killing a concord ship. The concord ships are very strong and hard to kill, but if you do get one down they will send four more to replace it.

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