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Kheper Ra

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  • [Happy Endings.] US & Aussie TZ PVP Nullsec in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Still looking for new bro's.

  • [Happy Endings.] US & Aussie TZ PVP Nullsec in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Still Recruiting.

    With the new Industry changes this summer, things will be interesting in null. Twisted

    Join us.

  • [Happy Endings.] US & Aussie TZ PVP Nullsec in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Still Recruiting.

  • [Happy Endings.] US & Aussie TZ PVP Nullsec in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Bump.

    Join up.

    Come to Stain.

    Chill environment.

    Good group of players.

  • [Happy Endings.] US & Aussie TZ PVP Nullsec in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    bump

  • USTZ 59m SP looking for BLOPS corp in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Bump.

    Laid back player primarily looking to join a laid back organization that does BLOPS work.

    Have Panther with JDC V trained. Covert Ops to lvl5.

    All core fitting skills to lvl5.

    Fly mainly Minmatar (T1,T2,T3), and have all racial weapon systems at T2 -- specializations to lvl4 (minus Cruise Missiles, Light Missiles, and Rockets).

    Battlecruiser at lvl5 for all races.

    http://eveboard.com/pilot/Kheper_Ra

    Any interested recruiters, please respond to this thread, or EVE mail me.

    Thanks.

  • USTZ 59m SP looking for BLOPS corp in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Laid back player primarily looking to join a laid back organization that does BLOPS work.

    Have Panther with JDC V trained. Covert Ops to lvl5.

    All core fitting skills to lvl5.

    Fly mainly Minmatar (T1,T2,T3), and have all racial weapon systems at T2 -- specializations to lvl4 (minus Cruise Missiles, Light Missiles, and Rockets).

    Battlecruiser at lvl5 for all races.

    http://eveboard.com/pilot/Kheper_Ra

    Any interested recruiters, please respond to this thread, or EVE mail me.

    Thanks.

  • EVE Online: Crucible Issues thread in EVE Information Center

    Scanning issues are resolved by changing the scan filter.

    Edit Current Filter->Cosmic Signature->Checking Appropriate signature to scan for.

    I believe some of the confusion might have been with the actual deployment of the new feature. It is possible that most players (myself included) already had filters in place for cosmic signatures, but did not realize that all cosmic signatures would not be checked when the update rolled out.

    So far I'm impressed with this update. Keep up the good work CCP!

  • Suicide Ganking: coming to an end? in EVE Communication Center

    Tippia wrote:

    Quote:
    I love Internet tough guys...especially Internet Spaceship tough guys.
    So why did you try to make yourself out to be one?

    I almost died laughing...

    Really? You're promoting suicide ganking, being a bully, and all around EVE tough guy/girl all in the name of 'game mechanics', and this is how EVE is played, etc...yet as I counter your points (and other posters), somehow I'm making myself out to be the Internet Spaceship tough guy.

    That sir/ma'am was an amazing leap of logic.

    At least when Goon organized suicide ganks in hi-sec (ice miners) they had a specific reason...even if I don't agree with it, I can respect it.

    Seriously, contrary to popular belief suicide ganking noobs and indy pilots does not make anyone a legitimate PvP'er. Technically, it may have been PvP combat at that moment, but it's like saying you were intimate with a member of the opposite sex...even though they did not consent...and then justifying the actions.

  • Suicide Ganking: coming to an end? in EVE Communication Center

    Tippia wrote:
    Kheper Ra wrote:
    Not sure I understand the logic of why hi-sec needs to be made 'more unsafe'.
    See post 426 above.
    Quote:
    That's why there is lo-sec, null-sec and w-space.
    No. The other security areas are there to provide a different kind of gameplay with different tools and different strategies. Highsec still needs to be a free-for-all (“free” as in speech, not beer) because of how it ties into the overall economy. It also needs to be made less safe so people learn to deal with the implications of this interconnectedness and shed the bad habits they've picked up from other games


    The lower security areas of the game promote PvP. From the time a pilot joins EVE, they hear about the lack of safety in lo-sec, null-sec, and w-space. In fact when a pilot jumps from hi-sec to lo-sec or into w-space they are given a warning of how Concord can't protect them there. Hi-Sec is all about "relative safety" -- meaning that there are consequences for unsanctioned aggression. Hi-Sec is also about learning how to play the game. The reality is that EVE is very complicated, and only a fool jumps into this realm of Internet Spaceships thinking he/she going to be anything but ineffective for the first 6-12 months of play.

    Hi-Sec is not a free-for-all. ("free" as in speech, not beer). That is why we have the other "less secure" regions of space, and I use the term "less secure" very loosely. After all, it is a known fact that null-sec is relatively safe when everyone around you two and three regions over is blue. In fact it's quite a shame that null-sec is actually safer than lo-sec...but I digress.

    As far as economy goes, well that's a very broad subject in the world of EVE. But, I'm sure botters, sanctum runners, ISK scammers, trading ISK for RL ISK, Plex farmers, etc...have more of an effect on the EVE economy than a few suicide gankers.

    My favorite...

    Quote:
    Can I have your stuff?
    Quote:
    Don't be stupid. I need it, and I need your stuff as well. So hand it over.


    I love Internet tough guys...especially Internet Spaceship tough guys. Don't be that guy who picks on the 95 pound weakling. It's not good for your Battleclinic stats.

  • Suicide Ganking: coming to an end? in EVE Communication Center

    Tippia wrote:
    Igualmentedos wrote:
    High sec isn't completely safe.
    It pretty much was before this, and this change — if intentional — inches it even closer, which is the wrong way to go.
    Highsec needs to be made more unsafe, not less.


    A little late on this post..

    Not sure I understand the logic of why hi-sec needs to be made 'more unsafe'. That's why there is lo-sec, null-sec and w-space. It appears to me that those who engage in attacking hi-sec targets (non pvp'ers), don't want to risk losing their ships to real pvp'ers in lo-sec, null-sec, and w-space. Kind of like the school yard bully who only picks fights with the 95 pound weakling, then brags how he knocked him out. That same bully won't pick a fight with the Jiu-Jitsu black belt and risked being choked to sleep... It's very easy to attack ships that are not looking for a fight in hi-security space. A mission runner who has a pve fit gets ganked and now the ganker thinks he/she did something special...not sure I see the 'win' logic in that.

    After reading the QEN and finding out that 75%+ of all players reside in hi-sec I realized that there is a reason for that. They clearly DO NOT want to do PvP. Trying to force PvP on them (by being the bully) is a joke. The harsh reality for the gankers (read school yard bully) is that if you want a real fight...go to lo-sec, null, or w-space. Stop complaining that your ganking is becoming less effective, or how you'll have to switch tactics and use SB gangs to gank those who cannot defend themselves.

    And those who complain that the game is going down the drain or carebears are taking over, and they are threatening to leave EVE...I have one question for you.

    Can I have your stuff?

  • New dev blog: Capital ship balancing in EVE Information Center

    Clolo wrote:
    Sarrgon wrote:
    Also what I think a lot are forgetting is the effect this will have on the mineral market. For how many of them are now going for caps and super caps, with a big reduction in the demand for caps of any kind, means a lot more minerals that will remain on the market and prices will crash. Needs to be some sort of balance in there to equal it out. Or Eve's economy will be worse then what it is now.


    Removing ore from the low end wormholes will help with this a little.


    The logistics of getting ore out of a wormhole to the market on a consistent basis enough times by enough corporations to have an effect on the EVE economy is not based in fact. Without going into the mechanics of wormhole life, lets just say that corps don't move into wormholes for the ore. The revenue from sleeper sites and ladar sites super-cedes the revenue from the A.B.C ore probably by a factor of five to seven. Also in order to effectively get the ore out you would need a Rorq to grind the ore, (which would have to be built inside the wormhole) but the cost/benefit is probably not worth it just for moving the ore out. Most of the ore inside the wormhole is consumed for local use.

  • New dev blog: Capital ship balancing in EVE Information Center

    Needa3 wrote:
    thank you CCP for just making me not really want to care about your game anymore

    I like how certain groups in Eve got their "things" implemented

    was a fun 6 years but if this is what needs to bring your players back .... keep trying... someday you might get it right


    Can I have your stuff?

  • EVE Fit project: - pyfa 1.1.7 (Inferno 1.0) in EVE Gameplay Center

    Great job on the app!

    Works great on Ubuntu 10.10