Actually Vip I'd have to disagree, there was a question a few pages back that someone answered about the odds.
Anyway, I only know of a handful of people who have died from aborting hyper as the chances are very low. Even so, Personally I'll never abort hyper just on the very rare chance of several years of work vanishing in a split second.
The chance of aborting into a star is exactly the chance of there being a star right where you are when you abort. Without knowing your location [which you should not know very accurately outside an exploit], the chance of dying is the total number of stars/black holes in the galaxy divided by the total number of system grid squares.
Quite low indeed.
I dare you to make less sense.
Are you a newbie, or do you have access to newbies?
Thanks for all the info. Personally I would never abort, but it's something I wanted to know a little more about before I rent a ship to a noob. I'm glad it doesn't happen a lot. That's a good sign for the collective IQ of the Combine.
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