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Jeremy Soikutsu

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  • Dev Blog: Reprocess all the things! in EVE Information Center

    baltec1 wrote:
    Jeremy Soikutsu wrote:

    So like I was getting at the problem isn't that there isn't a mountain Veld, or Trit if you prefer, in null. It's just that people don't feel like actually taking it.


    Why would we?

    High sec offers the exact same but with all the benefits of high sec safety. Why would we take the extra risk for no reward?

    I never said you should. I only care about people pushing this "no veld in null" bullshit.

    As an aside there's not no benefit, decreased logistics load would be the benefit under a proper set up. If you think that's not worth it that's fine, but it's not nothing.

  • Dev Blog: Reprocess all the things! in EVE Information Center

    Querns wrote:
    Jeremy Soikutsu wrote:
    Querns wrote:
    Jeremy Soikutsu wrote:
    Emilia Istis wrote:
    as you know there is a little veldspar in null

    Have you ever even been in a null belt?

    Also because of people saying **** like this null ores were jammed full of low-ends, so cram it.

    The reason asteroids are so large in nullsec belts is because no one mines them. If for some ungodly reason you were daft enough to actually mine a regular asteroid belt over a mining anomaly (or perhaps as a function of bootstrapping an industrial index,) you would quickly exhaust the inflated asteroid, and it would return to regenerating at the normal rate.

    So what are we talking about here? In the situation that null miners were not feeling that they were too good or too chicken **** to mine a belt, it would be the same as high? God forbid.

    Well, aside from the exact asteroid types, yeah. Nearly all the ore mining that goes on in nullsec is done in upgraded systems and in mining anomalies spawned as a function of those upgrades.

    So like I was getting at the problem isn't that there isn't a mountain Veld, or Trit if you prefer, in null. It's just that people don't feel like actually taking it.

  • Dev Blog: Reprocess all the things! in EVE Information Center

    Querns wrote:
    Jeremy Soikutsu wrote:
    Emilia Istis wrote:
    as you know there is a little veldspar in null

    Have you ever even been in a null belt?

    Also because of people saying **** like this null ores were jammed full of low-ends, so cram it.

    The reason asteroids are so large in nullsec belts is because no one mines them. If for some ungodly reason you were daft enough to actually mine a regular asteroid belt over a mining anomaly (or perhaps as a function of bootstrapping an industrial index,) you would quickly exhaust the inflated asteroid, and it would return to regenerating at the normal rate.

    So what are we talking about here? In the situation that null miners were not feeling that they were too good or too chicken **** to mine a belt, it would be the same as high? God forbid.

  • Dev Blog: Reprocess all the things! in EVE Information Center

    Emilia Istis wrote:
    as you know there is a little veldspar in null

    Have you ever even been in a null belt?

    Also because of people saying **** like this null ores were jammed full of low-ends, so cram it.

  • So Siphons are useable on POCOs now. in EVE Communication Center

    Shiboka Isi wrote:
    Sipphakta en Gravonere wrote:
    So, you are at the Customs Office of a Lava planet. Do you know where sterile conduits are made? Hint: The answer does not include "On Lava planets".


    You don't know much about factory planets, do you? Keep on walking, Goonie Troll.

    /le sigh

    Ashab II would be the factory planet, being temp and all. I like your persistence though, so keep at it.

  • Eve Podcasts? in EVE Communication Center

    Azitek wrote:
    These may or may not still be active, but at one time there were two called Crossing Zebras and Voices from the Void.

    Voices folded up, Zebras are still around.

  • Mynnna for CSM8 in Council of Stellar Management

    mynnna wrote:
    [The ore is either routed directly to the station (for convenience of the owner) or to the OPA (which, fitting in with the concept of bottom up sovereignty I wrote about, would be a potential target for raiders, who would have extra incentive to crack it open by letting the minerals inside drop as loot.)
    Emphasis mine. Sure this sounds great, I mean I'd train into jump freighters just for this, but how likely do you think it would be? I mean it would require jump freighters and heavy support, for the fantastic reward of ore.

  • High sec, get ready to be represented! James 315 announced his candidacy for CSM 8 in Brapelille!!! in Council of Stellar Management

    Kainotomiu Ronuken wrote:
    It isn't safe[in null], you certainly can't AFK.

    As someone who's actually mined in null, yeah you can. At the very most you need one person paying half attention so they can fleet warp for BS rats. Your other points are correct, but I'm not following this thread super well, so I'm not sure of their context, not that I much care.

  • [Monthly] Austin, TX, USA LAN Party @ Mothership Books and Games in EVE Gameplay Center

    Saturday is the 9th, so is the Saturday or Friday?

  • High sec, get ready to be represented! James 315 announced his candidacy for CSM 8 in Brapelille!!! in Council of Stellar Management

    Aglais wrote:
    Point 4/5: Yes. That's the entire god damn point. Highsec is broken. Look. If people were actually going elsewhere for minerals and selling them on the market to industrialists, then there wouldn't actually be a serious effect on the market from New Order activity. And it seems that since they started up, costs of things have increased. What does that imply? It implies that far too much of the economy is built around how cushy highsec mining is.

    Yeah that was all the New Order. I'm sure it had almost nothing to do with gun mining to being destroyed, button orbiting, increases in BP requirements because of teiricide, and recently increases in population.

    Wescro wrote:
    Earn your moolah where I can shoot you damnit.

    Because no one can shoot anyone in high. Noooooo one.

  • [CSM8] Ripard Teg for CSM8 in Council of Stellar Management

    Jayarr Altol wrote:
    hell I'd advocate a nerf to the amount of money made through ice mining, the ultimate lazy mine.

    Lazy ice miners already beat them there, it's garbage money right now.

    Leonardo Esil wrote:
    Currently there is less volume of mining happening in the whole of low sec than there is some systems of high sec.

    Hmm, I wonder why that is? Is it because the mechanics of low make mining in it a ******** proposition? Probably not, I mean cause that goes against the narrative that being pushed here.

    Leonardo Esil wrote:
    If even a third of miners moved out of high and a third quit, it would be a wild success.

    I doubt that CCP would agree with losing a third of miners as a success, wild or otherwise.

    Leonardo Esil wrote:
    Buff null v. nerf high

    The problem isn't that the disparity will be that same after no matter what ergo it doesn't matter which they do. The problem is that nerfing high doesn't actually fix null, it just breaks high to make null look comparatively good and then we have another swath of space that's ****** up. Weeee.

  • Possibility of melee ships? in EVE Communication Center

    NEONOVUS wrote:
    Also it is funny when the pilot ejects and runs rather than die.
    It turns out that doesnt count as a kill though.

    You get a free ship though, so that's pretty good.

  • High sec, get ready to be represented! James 315 announced his candidacy for CSM 8 in Brapelille!!! in Council of Stellar Management

    Sasha Rama wrote:
    If he is elected, he will make high sec a nightmare.

    To be fair no he won't. At best CCP will ignore him and he'll be an annoying waste of space, nothing new to the CSM really. At worst he'll just shred the last bit of credibility that the CSM might still have with a lot of people. So you don't need to be that worried.

  • Not-A-Jovian Frigate (Polaris) sighted in Duripant in EVE Communication Center

    I wanna know what's up with that battleship sized sig radius.

  • Mynnna for CSM8 in Council of Stellar Management

    mynnna wrote:
    I know some people like the idea of reverting back to alloys, but, I don't. While they missed the mark on one of their stated goals (improving the value of nullsec mining) the first time around, they'll get their shot to do it again in the future, and drone alloys would get in the way.

    I just want to say that I'm not one of those people. Alloys probably wouldn't even fix anything at this point, and it would just re-**** up mining. Also they did technically improve null mining by taking out drone poo, it's just that doing so exposed new and exiting problems. The rest of your post has some pretty interesting ideas, I mean I can't wait to see the first marauder kill with officer tractors.

  • Malcanis for CSM 8 Vote till you drop in Council of Stellar Management

    I'm just gonna cross post this from Jester's thread, and then post it into a couple of those candidates threads at that, because I'm lazy.

    I wanted to ask about something that doesn't get the time it deserves. The Drone Regions, or I suppose more precisely the half-finished state of Rogue Drones. My question is basically how do you think they should be fixed, and do you think CCP is paying them enough attention?

    I also expounded on what some of the specific problems that they have in a later post in Jester's thread if you care to read it. https://forums.eveonline.com/default.aspx?g=posts&m=2670163#post2670163 You even get a free side of pointless arguing with the New Order in that post.

  • Trebor Daehdoow for CSM8 - The Proven Performer - http://bit.ly/vote-trebor in Council of Stellar Management

    I'm just gonna cross post this from Jester's thread, and then post it into a couple of those candidates threads at that, because I'm lazy.

    I wanted to ask about something that doesn't get the time it deserves. The Drone Regions, or I suppose more precisely the half-finished state of Rogue Drones. My question is basically how do you think they should be fixed, and do you think CCP is paying them enough attention?

    I also expounded on what some of the specific problems that they have in a later post in Jester's thread if you care to read it. https://forums.eveonline.com/default.aspx?g=posts&m=2670163#post2670163 You even get a free side of pointless arguing with the New Order in that post.

  • Mynnna for CSM8 in Council of Stellar Management

    I'm just gonna cross post this from Jester's thread, and then post it into a couple of those candidates threads at that, because I'm lazy.

    I wanted to ask about something that doesn't get the time it deserves. The Drone Regions, or I suppose more precisely the half-finished state of Rogue Drones. My question is basically how do you think they should be fixed, and do you think CCP is paying them enough attention?

    I also expounded on what some of the specific problems that they have in a later post in Jester's thread if you care to read it. https://forums.eveonline.com/default.aspx?g=posts&m=2670163#post2670163 You even get a free side of pointless arguing with the New Order in that post.

  • [CSM8] Ripard Teg for CSM8 in Council of Stellar Management

    Angry Mustache wrote:
    the tritanium problem

    I wish people would stop saying this. There is no "trit problem" in null. Belts in null are flush with trit, and most other lowends depending on the system. Just because people don't know how, or just don't want to, mine properly in a belt doesn't make those rocks not exist. The problems with lowends in null are difficulty of transportation in high volumes, which isn't something that needs fixing really, it should be hard to move a lot of stuff. And the realer problem of inability to do anything with the volume of mins even a pretty small mining operation (like a 50 account corp) could churn out.

    Angry Mustache wrote:
    The best way to fight miner gankers is not to "fight back", or organize a resistance, or worst of all cry on the forums or in local, the best thing to do is fly a skiff.

    I'd say avoidance is the better route, but to each their own.

  • [CSM8] Ripard Teg for CSM8 in Council of Stellar Management

    Ripard Teg wrote:
    But wouldn't CCP say that some regions of space should be worse than others, and if you don't like it, move? That sure seems to be the tack they're taking.

    And it's a perfectly reasonable tack. Frankly it's also just an observation of reality. By which I mean unless CCP made all space literally the exact same down to the smallest details some of it going to be worse that others. So the problem isn't that the Drone Lands are the worst, it's that the gulf is so wide between it and everything west that it's just ridiculous. For example I remember hearing guys getting tapped out from flying Drakes after the drone poo nerf, and we didn't PvP THAT much. The long and short of it I suppose is that the Drone Regions could be improved, considerably even, and still be the worst space, so CCP can make people that live there happier while still keeping their uneven playing field.

    Quote:
    CCP will only let me quote you five times

    I think this is also an important thing that you should use your mighty CSM powers, if you get them, to right.

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