Mikail and beghins, I hope that am I allowed to add that "independantly" could be improved to "independently" and that there are some capitals around, which I would change in addition (see "game Year"). Also, I suggest to change from "pilots; and, each Capital ship need a certain amount of officers." to "pilots and each Capital ship needs a certain amount of officers." (cancel ; insert s), "building a Advanced Sensors Array)" to "building an Advanced Sensors Array)" (insert n) and "Good Luck, by", e.g., to "Good Luck, Your".
"Welcome to Complex 5.3. This is an explanation of your game parameters: Military rank, Honor, Crew and Officers, Game Year, Research score, Maintenance cost and RUs. Also, we will speak about Mining Bases, the Fusion ability, Trade Networks and the Remote Monitor ability."
"Military rank: represents your game career. An advancement in your career will permit you to recruit additional Crew and Officers. To further your career you will need to gain Honor. For example, at the moment your rank is Ensign; to advance your military career you need 30 Honor points."
"Honor: represents your game behaviour. To increase your Honor you need to build units and subsystems; research technologies and abilities; harvest RUs; and, most importantly, fight and kill enemy units. (Press the \"I\" key or the Honor icon for more details.)"
"Crew and Officers: you have a limited number of pilots and officers. At the moment, your fleet supports 150 pilots and 10 officers. Each ship needs a certain amount of pilots and each Capital ship, in addition, needs a certain amount of officers. For example, an Interceptor squadron will require 5 crew members; the Destroyer will require 15 crew members and 1 officer. To increase your Crew and Officers you must advance your Military rank and build Crew and Officer modules."
"Game Year: represents the game time. At the end of every year certain game events will be processed. For example, at the end of the current year you will pay RUs to maintain your fleet (Maintenance cost)."
"Research score: represents your technology status. You need a certain level in this parameter to unlock the various technological levels/branches. To increase your Research score you must research abilities, technologies and upgrades for your ships."
"Maintenance cost: needs to be met in order to keep your fleet fully operational. Every ship requires a certain number of RUs each year for maintenance. The total Maintenance cost is subtracted at the end of the game year. If you don't have the requested amount of RUs, you will loose Honor points and the RUs will be subtracted from your production queues. If, on the other hand, you satisfy the RU request, you will gain Honor points."
"RUs: represent your primary resource, used in building and research. You will need a certain amount of RUs to build and upgrade your fleet. You can increase your RUs by harvesting asteroids, by researching the Fusion ability, by capturing Mining Bases, and by building a Trade Network."
"If a Mining Base is present on your map you can try to capture it using a Marine/Infiltrator frigate. Then, dock some Resource Collectors with the Mining Base. For each Resource Collector docked with the Mining Base you will receive RUs every game year."
"If you have built a certain number of Mobile Refineries, try and research the Fusion ability. Mobile Refineries will then generate RUs by themselves, and you will gain RUs every game year."
"If you have a considerable number of RUs in store, try to build a Trade Network. Trade Networks will generate RUs independently of your resource operation by conveying Trading Containers between your production Capital ships."
"Using the Remote Monitor ability (unlocked by building an Advanced Sensors Array) you can monitor the fleet data of players whose level in the ability is less than yours. On the other hand, if their level in the ability is greater than yours, their data will remain protected. Keep in mind that other players can monitor your data too."
"The explanation of your game parameters has concluded. Good Luck, Your Complex Team."