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Indahmawar Fazmarai

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  • The Like and Get Likes Thread - Renewed (Again) in EVE Communication Center

    Yiole Gionglao wrote:
    LordOdysseus wrote:
    Good night,lovelies. ♥

    and also Goodbye in case this is the final page of old forums.


    Not until July 20th. It's gonna be a long month. It's gonna be a short 30 days. And then we will be left on our own with the infinite scrolling Discourse abomination.


    And they don't want me there unless someone pays hard cash to transfer me to another account... since CCP accidentaled in a not-so-accidental way the PLEX payment for character transfer...

  • Your daily WTF, thank you. in EVE Communication Center

    Styling your hair with fire? What oh WHAT could go wrong...?

  • EVE-Monument in Reykjavik in a bad state in EVE Communication Center

    Rain6637 wrote:
    It's sad. The EVE monument won't live to see the release of Star Citizen.


    You are good!

  • Oi, Oi, Oi - CONCORD Ships in EVE Communication Center

    Selphentine wrote:
    Falcon just said its going to be removed. You can stop posting that its unfair now, as long as it actually happens.


    The shady ones yes. But that doesn't sorts that setting up 150+ alpha accounts on your favorite e-mail account is something you should do for the next lottery ticket. A paid account can't become any less valuable than being shafted for being 1 PAID instead of 150 FREE.

    It was as simple as "one set per email account" but oh they just had to allow CCP Bigthumbs* near the thing...


    *CCP Bigthumbs is a fictional character who, among other things, named a installation file of EVE Online exactly as a core file of OS (boot.ini), decided what Incarna should be relased like, reinforced the wrong node in a massive battle and disconnected everyone, released a online shop with delivery cost more expensive thna the actual items, and so and so. He's a walking shoddiness.

  • Oi, Oi, Oi - CONCORD Ships in EVE Communication Center

    CCP Falcon wrote:
    Hey guys,

    A couple of clarifications here. I've also posted these elsewhere, but making sure they're also here for clarity
    Smile

    Firstly as has been said before, these ships are going to become available more openly pretty soon (in the next few weeks or so) as part of in game rewards, and will be available in future as part of offers, promotions and via other means.

    In addition to this, I’ve just been speaking with our customer support team, and they’ve confirmed that as part of the reprimands issued against those who’ve been abusing Ghost Training, these ships, or the ISK that abusers of Ghost Training have received from the sales of them, will be confiscated as part of any reprimands that are issued.

    We recognize the fact that you guys are concerned about this, and wholly accept that this is on us. The intention is not at all to reward anyone for abuse of Ghost Training, and as such we’ll make sure that any reprimands that are issued include removal of this stuff.

    Apologies for getting you guys all riled up. It’s been a tough week, but we’ll make sure that justice is served.

    In addition to this, a couple of our amazing customer support guys are going to come in and clarify your concerns with a few answers over what to expect in terms of how we’ll be investigating this.

    Hope this helps assuage at least some of the concern.


    You still miss the core of the issue. Why should anyone setting up N alpha accounts for whatever reason be rewarded Nx more than the guy who just owns one Omega account? You're literally telling people to set up additional accounts just in case that they ever win a "one per account on email" lottery ticket.

    Yes, those ships will become usual and will go a dozen for a dime and yadda yadda yadda. But upon release, you're handing out literal bilions to alpha accounts. Removing the shady ones doesn't changes that.

    N+1 you peasants! CCP vult!

  • EVE-Monument in Reykjavik in a bad state in EVE Communication Center

    Nana Skalski wrote:
    Something like that. I could hang around it all day long. There is life in it. Its organic and metal at the same time. Its friggin' capsule that saves your life when somebody blows up your ship. It have meaning for every capsuleer and the rest can see it as an egg. That is symbolic egg for a capsuleer. Hard shell, delicate inside.


    Not knowing what object it is, someone would say "what, is that a monument to acorns?" Lol

  • EVE-Monument in Reykjavik in a bad state in EVE Communication Center

    Rain6637 wrote:
    What would preserve the name plates? Stainless steel? Acrylic that can be buffed periodically?


    Bronze or stainless steel would work. Bronze is the real deal, it is known to resist thousands of years, whereas stainless steel works fine unless it contacts rusty iron/steel, as that will cause spot rusting and if large enough can lead to corrosion.

    The problem is cost, bronze is really expensive and engraving it is even more expensive, whereas laser engraving stainless steel is something that probably CCP couldn't find in Iceland.

    Anyway we're talking the company that buried a laptop with a bunch of videos in a SSD as "time capsule" at that very monument.

    Yes, you read that right, a SSD.

  • EVE-Monument in Reykjavik in a bad state in EVE Communication Center

    Rain6637 wrote:
    It was made from something that oxidizes? lol cool


    The tiles were of laser-engraved aluminum, then placed on the floor right by the sea. They don't oxidize*, they just corrode themselves to hell and that can be seen in the places more exposed to salty water (corners and edges).


    *aluminum is always oxidized, covered with a thin layer of aluminum oxide. Unfortunately and unlike stainless steel, that layer doesn't prevents oxygen to penetrate further and turn the metal into more aluminum oxide i.e. corrode it.

  • CCP broke the no intervention on Market rule in EVE Communication Center

    Nana Skalski wrote:
    Jenn aSide wrote:
    Nana Skalski wrote:
    I just think that carriers did not need another nerf overall, but only in those anomalies. That would be perfect way of dealing with this situation.



    Sure, punish everyone for something caused by a very specific minority using something (fighter squadrons) that weren't' well thought out.

    Sorry, no.

    What they are doin now is punishing everyone.

    Changing anomalies so they are not going to be completed fast in a carrier would be something more targeted. As Larrikin said, they want targeted changes. But they dont do them...


    "Targetted" would be "you can run only x anomalies per IP and 24 hours period, with X being a variable threshold depending on how hot are bounties compared to the economy". That's how targetted would be, in any of a range of cases, from the more crude (literal IP caps) to the more subtle (blackboxed spawn rate which reacts to player activity and economy performance). Otherwise, as I said above, N+1 will kill you if it just grows large enough.

    Hitting everyone with a swipe nerf could mean many things, but one is certain: TROUBLE.

  • CCP broke the no intervention on Market rule in EVE Communication Center

    Jenn aSide wrote:
    Nana Skalski wrote:
    I just think that carriers did not need another nerf overall, but only in those anomalies. That would be perfect way of dealing with this situation.



    Sure, punish everyone for something caused by a very specific minority using something (fighter squadrons) that weren't' well thought out.

    Sorry, no.


    N+1 is a b*tch.

    "Mkay, let's balance fighter squadrons for the assumption of N+1 bored PvErs running anomalies N+1 hours a day, with N being anything between the current number and 1000% of it..."

  • Going back, if you knew then what you know now? in EVE Communication Center

    Kogilla wrote:
    Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
    Just wait until winter comes and see what's in store for Empire dwellers. Three words: standings-locked content. If you work for one faction, the other factions will drop standings so fast that you'll be effectively locked from working for them.

    Admittedly I've only heard it from one source so take it with a pinch of salt, but it's so insane that it could be true.


    Incredibly doubtful that CCP would do such a thing, but it'd be pretty interesting if they did. Might be the groundwork for that four-way faction warfare they've been talking about for a while.


    So far it's the only specific thing I've heard about Winter release and it's something that popped from a random encounter in GTA Online, but as I said it's so insane that could be true. Nobody would make up something like this.

  • [June] Fighter Damage Reduction in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Just my 2ç

    Make rats kill more drones/fighters. A drone boat without drones is useless, specially an AFK drone boat. Dead drones/fighters would become a larger sink and would limit the run time for a specific anomaly since the ratter would need to refill its stocks.

  • CCP broke the no intervention on Market rule in EVE Communication Center

    I wonder, what are the chances in nullsec that a drone boat/carrier losses its drones/fighters to rats?

    I used a ISKstar fit for running anomalies and Level 4s in highsec and it quickly turned to be a sensitive matter since frigates would kill my drones if left unattended... even herding them, I would still lose drones each now and then. Yet apparently nullsec anomalies don't spawn smaller craft that pose a threat to drones... is this true?

    Because if it's true, then it would be easier to spawn drone-killer and fighter-killer rats to prevent AFK ratting and create a sink that would hit harder those ratting harder, without nerfing the PvP usability of carriers.

    The more you PvE with drones, the higher the chance that your ship is de-fanged. It's true for highsec, why wouldn't for null?



  • Going back, if you knew then what you know now? in EVE Communication Center

    Drago Shouna wrote:
    Considering that they have virtually wiped out meaningful solo play...

    I'd probably never start playing.


    Just wait until winter comes and see what's in store for Empire dwellers. Three words: standings-locked content. If you work for one faction, the other factions will drop standings so fast that you'll be effectively locked from working for them.

    Admittedly I've only heard it from one source so take it with a pinch of salt, but it's so insane that it could be true.

  • Reply with a famous quote in EVE Communication Center

    Servo Libertas wrote:
    "What we have here is literally the top 1% of the top 1% screaming their lungs out over these nerfs, while trying to convince the rest of the player-base to think that CCP is ruining the game for everyone. What we are really doing is keeping it from becoming yet another hyper inflated virtual economy at the cost of pissing off a particular group of players. Prior to this patch, a relatively small group of players were making the same amount of isk in npc bounties as the entire player-base did a year ago.

    Anyone closely following the MERs will know that NPC bounties are out of control and have been spiralling that way since Citadels. What sort of balanced gameplay is it when you can safely sit in a super making up to 260M ticks (EDIT: generally 140-170M, 260 is the largest observation, bad example)? Of course we know that supers are not solely to blame, VNI's, Ishtars, and basically every decent drone platform is responsible for a massive chunk of the bounty pool but not at nearly the same efficiency.

    This isn't only screwing with the money supply but it's dramatically increasing RMT. When you can reliably sit and make 500M pure isk/hr** pr. account** (hence the number of "unsubbing 17 accounts" threads), some people choose to look at it this way: you can be making over minimum salaries in some countries in RMT.

    Then people complain about us nerfing mining when the mineral price index has been in a freefall for a long time and the only reason it's not worse is that the massive increase in mining volume is directly feeding into the e.g. the massive increase in super demand to get in on the bounty grind.

    Sure pass some of that rage over to me, I'd be happy to take some heat off CCP Larrikin's and Fozzie's shoulders."
    CCP Quant


    Could you link the source?

  • Going back, if you knew then what you know now? in EVE Communication Center

    Hevymetal wrote:
    Going back to when you started Eve, if you knew then, what you know now, what would you do different?

    Myself I would have entered 0.0 earlier and would not have spent a ton of skill points on science. Also I would have spent a majority of my ISK on T2 BPO's when the lotttery was still going..


    I would quit and look for other games, exactly as I did 7 years, 1200 euros and a milion words too late.

    OTOH, I could be addicted to things far worse than EVE Online...

  • [June] Nullsec Asteroid Cluster and Excavator Drone changes in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Players own Risk.
    CCP owns Reward.

    When Reward is nerfed because the economy is going wrong, CCP is not the only one to blame, since Players also are failing to deliver enough Risk.

    All in all you could just mine less & blow more Rorquals instead of forcing CCP to nerf your rewards, don't you guys?


    PS: as a highsec miner who won EVE one year ago, CMAR.

  • The Like and Get Likes Thread - Renewed (Again) in EVE Communication Center

    Te-hee.... Oops

  • The Like and Get Likes Thread - Renewed (Again) in EVE Communication Center

    Wrong.

  • The Like and Get Likes Thread - Renewed (Again) in EVE Communication Center

    Oh come on, just embrace your inner child and explore the possibilities!