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#301 - 2017-03-12 21:03:12 UTC
Captain Campion wrote:
Why do bubbles have sensor strength? Can you actually jam one?


To make them harder to scan down.

CCP should add more NPC 0.0 space to open it up and liven things up: the Stepping Stones project.

Minmatar Republic
#302 - 2017-03-14 17:35:22 UTC
Just as ******* expected, I come back to find 52 bubble killmails.

They are at 12:13, minutes after server startup. Some basement dwelling nerds took their time to camp them before patch actually hit, tens of jumps away from their nearest dockable location, just to pad their pathetic killboards with something I, having a job and a life, had no chance in hell to save.

What now CCP? Mission accomplished, basement dwellers got something to do at expense of everyone else, working as intended?

How about "**** you, I'm done"?
Test Alliance Please Ignore
#303 - 2017-03-14 19:32:55 UTC
Orca Platypus wrote:
How about "**** you, I'm done"?


Fortunately for all of us, the type of player who relies on 52 bubbles to isolate himself as much as possible from the rest of EVE is not likely to leave much of a void when he leaves.

We won't miss you.
Minmatar Republic
#304 - 2017-03-14 21:11:09 UTC
Aebe Amraen wrote:
Orca Platypus wrote:
How about "**** you, I'm done"?


Fortunately for all of us, the type of player who relies on 52 bubbles to isolate himself as much as possible from the rest of EVE is not likely to leave much of a void when he leaves.

We won't miss you.


First if of course **** you and your stupid face.

52 bubbles there were just a legacy, simply nobody cared to pick them up. They would've expired in two days anyway as no sane effort can keep more than 0 bubbles in space with two days timer.

I was complaining at lengths basement dwellers are ready to go for the killmark of something not shooting back, of the tremendous intel cost those killmarks generate, at the permanent two days alarm clock to replace bubbles, if only they lived as much with all the bubble hunting nolife fleets around.
Goonswarm Federation
#305 - 2017-03-14 22:23:00 UTC
Orca Platypus wrote:

First if of course **** you and your stupid face.

52 bubbles there were just a legacy, simply nobody cared to pick them up. They would've expired in two days anyway as no sane effort can keep more than 0 bubbles in space with two days timer.

I was complaining at lengths basement dwellers are ready to go for the killmark of something not shooting back, of the tremendous intel cost those killmarks generate, at the permanent two days alarm clock to replace bubbles, if only they lived as much with all the bubble hunting nolife fleets around.


If they were just a legacy that nobody cared to pick up, why are you so mad that someone killed them?
DARKNESS.
#306 - 2017-03-14 23:26:46 UTC
Innominate wrote:
If they were just a legacy that nobody cared to pick up, why are you so mad that someone killed them?


Probably because he got 52 killmails for stupid ****.. Personally I only care about KM's for ships. Who gives a f*** about km's for bubbles that are practically free...

Personally I think if CCP would have done as they said they would over 5 years ago, and give the alliances control of the system gates in 0.0. You wouldn't see a lot of the bubbles you have, because there would be no need. But NOOO CCP can't be bothered to do something worth while... So we, the players, come up with workarounds to get things done and regulate our space as we see fit... The only people who wanted this, are the hardcore PVP people. The high sec crew didn't care. The lowsec folks didn't either..

Those in 0.0 who actually do industry sure as h**l care. But it's not a problem to drop a few bubbles every couple of weeks, so when we take out the mining fleets, we can be somewhat safer...
Minmatar Republic
#307 - 2017-03-15 02:01:00 UTC
Pro Versius wrote:
Innominate wrote:
If they were just a legacy that nobody cared to pick up, why are you so mad that someone killed them?


Probably because he got 52 killmails for stupid ****.. Personally I only care about KM's for ships. Who gives a f*** about km's for bubbles that are practically free...

Because that's tremendous free intel. Costs way more than already high bubble cost (one bubble may not cost much, multiply by 50 and then by days in the month, and you'll see where I'm getting at).

Pro Versius wrote:
The only people who wanted this, are the hardcore PVP people.

Hardcore pvp people didn't care either. Hardcore pvp people don't go around praying to bob for easy soft kills. This is what losers wanted, the most risk averse kind that somehow in their total absence of thought process concluded that killing a barge is pvp. Those who thought it would be easier to get the barge or rorq if it had no bubbles to hide behind.
NO BUBBLE - NO BARGE, SUCKERS. Congrats, dumbasses, you have just thrown out the baby with the bathwater.

Pro Versius wrote:
Those in 0.0 who actually do industry sure as h**l care. But it's not a problem to drop a few bubbles every couple of weeks, so when we take out the mining fleets, we can be somewhat safer...

If you're active once in a couple of weeks, then yes, not a problem.
If you're active every second day, bubble costs breaks billions.
If you're active every day (and want to actually play the game and not spend 2 hours reanchoring bubbles like a bot should) you're closing on 10 bil per month bubble costs. Because every basement dweller who takes his time to pointlessly visit your system is going to carry a bubble killmail as his participation YOU TRIED award. So you have to be ready to replace your bubbles multiple times a day. Every day. We bubbleanchoring online now. You won't have time for anything else, for as long as there are bubbles, there is a pathetic piece of **** who's desperate for a killmail on them.
The-Culture
#308 - 2017-03-15 12:04:59 UTC
Let's face it, someone probably camped around you systems to destroy all your bubbles having seen how much of a fuss you've made about it here - purely because they knew it would be amusing.
They were right, it is.
#309 - 2017-03-15 18:27:17 UTC
Mr Floydy wrote:
Let's face it, someone probably camped around you systems to destroy all your bubbles having seen how much of a fuss you've made about it here - purely because they knew it would be amusing.
They were right, it is.

Are there any left? Can I come play?

Maxim 6. If violence wasn’t your last resort, you failed to resort to enough of it.

Goonswarm Federation
#310 - 2017-03-15 19:46:47 UTC
Orca Platypus wrote:
J
They are at 12:13, minutes after server startup. Some basement dwelling nerds took their time to camp them before patch actually hit, tens of jumps away from their nearest dockable location, just to pad their pathetic killboards with something I, having a job and a life, had no chance in hell to save.


You could of un-anchored them the night before. If they are not in space, they can't be killed.
The-Culture
#311 - 2017-03-15 20:09:21 UTC
mkint wrote:
Mr Floydy wrote:
Let's face it, someone probably camped around you systems to destroy all your bubbles having seen how much of a fuss you've made about it here - purely because they knew it would be amusing.
They were right, it is.

Are there any left? Can I come play?

No idea, it wasn't me. I was too busy playing World of Warships and testing out my new speakers :D:p
#312 - 2017-03-15 23:23:34 UTC
Frostys Virpio wrote:
Orca Platypus wrote:
J
They are at 12:13, minutes after server startup. Some basement dwelling nerds took their time to camp them before patch actually hit, tens of jumps away from their nearest dockable location, just to pad their pathetic killboards with something I, having a job and a life, had no chance in hell to save.


You could of un-anchored them the night before. If they are not in space, they can't be killed.

But then he would have nothing to complain about.


Orca Platypus - After all the rubbish you have posted about this - Had I known where your bubbles were, I would have killed them all. Not for the killmails, just because you have made such an ass of yourself over them.

Seems you now have 2 choices;
You can shut up about how hard done by you are with this change and get back to business in Nul (eventually others will forget about you and you can once again disappear into insignificance, making your bubbles a little safer)

OR you can pack up and go back to highsec where without the overwhelming burden of bubble costs you may eek out a reasonable living mining.

My opinions are mine.

  If you don't like them or disagree with me that's OK.- - - - - - Just don't bother Hating - I don't care

It really is getting harder and harder to justify $23 a month for each sub.

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