-Effective 9 February 2019 all Pirate and Genolution Implants are banned by default in RvB space. This includes all named low, mid, and high Grade Implants for slots 1 through 6, all named enhancements, and all Genolution Implants. Fitting implants, i.e. Power Grid MAnagement and CPU Implants are still allowed, as well as all attribute boosters that only affect attributes for skill training. Keep in mind their legality does not mean they are safe, you can still be podded.
Only an Officer of RvB, acting as an FC, or a fleet to which a ship is being whelped, may agree to explicitly allow these banned implants in that specific situation. Suspected offenders must subject themselves either to immediate podding or to immediate provision of permanent, no-expiry API keys in order to verify current clone in order to monitor future situations. Pods may be switched out at numerous citadels in our HQ areas and Lowsec staging systems without penalty or timer, so there is no excuse for not being in a clean clone in RvB space.
-Effective 9 February 2019 the Rule Restricting the Station Grids to T1 Cruisers, T1 Destroyers, and T1 Frigates is hereby repealed. This is to promote more spontaneous fights in RvB space
-The Guideline "if your presence on the HQ prevents fights or events from happening, an Officer may instruct you to stop camping and you must comply promptly." remains in effect
-The guideline of utilizing your own HQ to reship will be clarified in a new rule. All reshipping during RvB fights will occur at your Corp HQ or the HQ of your Fleet in the case of a Blue joining a Red Fed Fleet or a Red Joining a Blue Rep Fleet. No reshipping should take place in Josameto or the opposing corp HQ, as this creates an imbalance and exploits in Josameto or opposing systems.