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Querns

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  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Edek Hawker wrote:

    If CCP only removes the ice products requirement from T3 reactions but leaves them on the rest I would be completely satisfied... see I can compromise. :)


    Considering T3 reactions burn ice in the form of POS fuel currently, no, there's no chance that it would be removed.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    sgtdale wrote:
    the end of the pos is near


    hail satan

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    h4kun4 wrote:

    It might kill SRP, especially of smaller entities or Lowsec entities. - Buff to large nullsec Alliances
    It might render Lowsec mooning pointless because seriously - who mines in Lowsec? - Buff to large nullsec alliances


    Perhaps you should adapt? Our organization has been de-emphasizing the portion of our income that comes from moongoo for years now, in anticipation of this change. The signs have been there for years; you just have to think a little further out from where your next Level 5 mission or travelling supercap gank comes from.

    From all the apoplectic posting here and from without, it seems like lowsec entities have the adaptability of my last bowel movement.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    SonofSilence wrote:
    Since you took down my first post, I will repost.


    CCP and Dev Team....QUIT GAYING UP EVE PLEASE. Thanks!

    Get rid of plex and free to play.

    EVE is supposed to be hard.

    If you want easy, go play World of Warcraft.


    Ooh, I gotta know -- why should CCP get rid of PLEX? :allears:

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    ll Kuray ll wrote:
    This suggestion doesn't even come close to gaming style and personas. Do some research and you'll see people who play MMORGP's want to do things solo and in small groups... When will Fozzie learn this?


    I am pretty sure you can mine in small groups. You can also shoot miners in small groups.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    ll Kuray ll wrote:
    Let's make the game even duller than it already is by now making people mine instead of PVP enjoying the beautiful parts of the game, instead treat eve like your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th job...


    So don't mine if you don't want to mine?

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    FeMalogalotalotim wrote:
    Quote:
    The Mining Ledger

    With all this new activity around the moons of New Eden, the corporations claiming the moons will need new tools for tracking what’s going on in their territory. The mining ledger is the new open-ended tool for Refinery owners to keep track of who is mining in their belt.


    Remove that **** option and it will be ok i think. Otherwise all the big alliances will simply use smaller players to make money for them, i.e. more money and less work.


    Not going to happen. In order to make it worthwhile to actually drop these things, tracking is needed.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Leo Augustus wrote:
    Querns wrote:
    Leo Augustus wrote:
    Moons won't be "freed up." It's just more tedium to extract the goodies.

    Anyone planning on taking a fleet of hulks into PL space to mine under their cit's guns, nm their fleet?

    Sign me up for that.. lol.


    Moons will be "freed up" in the sense that it makes zero sense to pay fuel every month to hold a moon that you lack the manpower to exploit.


    We have hostile cits and pos's dropped in our space simply to generate content on the off chance that the deploying force has the peeps online to defend. Often they don't and it dies without a fight. I wouldn't count on rational thought dictating behavior


    Sure, dropping the odd structure to provoke folks is one thing, but the idea that we or PL or anyone would simply drop structures on every money moon, especially outside our/their immediate tantrum radius, for no gain, is simply absurd. That shit costs money.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Hilti Enaka wrote:
    WTF is Fozzie doing.

    You do realise this is a game right? You do realise people sign in to escape horrible ******* mudane interactions with work, wives and kids....

    **** this game I so looking forward to this and left incredibly disappointed. Your also feeding the ******* goats in high sec who can IsBox the hell out of their clients and make easy quick risk free wins. Let's all just be ******* gankers.


    You do realize that none of the mining stuff in this devblog is going to be in highsec, right? All highsec gets from this is a reprocessing structure.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    ITTigerClawIK wrote:
    I think large alliances have just gotten WAY to used to such huge amounts of no effort passive income from some of the comments in here XD

    Agreed. Nerf the big alliances!

    Hrm, wait...

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Leo Augustus wrote:
    Moons won't be "freed up." It's just more tedium to extract the goodies.

    Anyone planning on taking a fleet of hulks into PL space to mine under their cit's guns, nm their fleet?

    Sign me up for that.. lol.


    Moons will be "freed up" in the sense that it makes zero sense to pay fuel every month to hold a moon that you lack the manpower to exploit.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Hoshi wrote:
    Querns wrote:
    mkint wrote:
    Hooray, even stricter dividing lines between the mega-alliance-null-stagnation and the 90%-of-the-playerbase! Exactly what this game needed! The barriers of entry to go from difficult to impossible! awesome!


    So the large number of moons being freed up because of a need for active mining is somehow going to make "stagnation" worse?

    I do see a future where several of the large blocks like PL and Goons actively going around with their supers and killing drilling refineries just to stop others from gaining utilizing those moons that they don't want to use themselves.


    If this was going to happen, we'd already be doing it. POS are quite a stitch easier to take out, and require far fewer folks to exploit once owned.

    The idea that we'd somehow start doing this after the process is changed to take longer and require several orders of magnitude more manpower is uniquely insane.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Lunarstorm95 wrote:
    Querns wrote:
    mkint wrote:
    Hooray, even stricter dividing lines between the mega-alliance-null-stagnation and the 90%-of-the-playerbase! Exactly what this game needed! The barriers of entry to go from difficult to impossible! awesome!


    So the large number of moons being freed up because of a need for active mining is somehow going to make "stagnation" worse?



    I don't know what you don't get... in theory maybe but no one will be able to harvest them in enough capacity to matter.....


    Considering we don't know how big the exploded asteroids will be or what their yield will be, I fail to see how you can possibly know this.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    mkint wrote:
    Hooray, even stricter dividing lines between the mega-alliance-null-stagnation and the 90%-of-the-playerbase! Exactly what this game needed! The barriers of entry to go from difficult to impossible! awesome!


    So the large number of moons being freed up because of a need for active mining is somehow going to make "stagnation" worse?

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Lunarstorm95 wrote:
    Querns wrote:
    Lunarstorm95 wrote:
    Jenn aSide wrote:
    I love this, mainly because of all the tears from "passive income elites" who are now going to chase to either be poor OR (*GASP*) make room in their elite PVP only alliances/coaltions for dirty dirty Mining guys they will need protecting.

    Did I mention that I love this?


    Yeah ur gana love this until you realize you will be mining weekly only for all ur moon roids to be going to the alliance, alliance is not gana let you keep the goo....

    Alliance is not gana spend money on the fuel and refinery only to launch the roids into space and let the miners take what they can mine and go spend it on more crystals... alliance will need all the money it can get from the rocks to supplement srp and infrastructure costs. Even more so since it wont be able to mine nearly as many moons as they do now, so it will need every isk from the moon meaning you wont be getting a decent, if any, cut.


    Maybe your alliance won't let you keep the goo from refineries.


    My point, alliance like goons can live without it, this patch is great for the big super bloc alliances, kills small/med alliances.


    How so? Tons of R64s are going to go up for grabs. There's no way the tiny iceberg alliances have the manpower to exploit them.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Duncan McClain wrote:

    Also, just wanted to point out that Querns is on fire today.


    I try.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Lunarstorm95 wrote:
    Jenn aSide wrote:
    I love this, mainly because of all the tears from "passive income elites" who are now going to chase to either be poor OR (*GASP*) make room in their elite PVP only alliances/coaltions for dirty dirty Mining guys they will need protecting.

    Did I mention that I love this?


    Yeah ur gana love this until you realize you will be mining weekly only for all ur moon roids to be going to the alliance, alliance is not gana let you keep the goo....

    Alliance is not gana spend money on the fuel and refinery only to launch the roids into space and let the miners take what they can mine and go spend it on more crystals... alliance will need all the money it can get from the rocks to supplement srp and infrastructure costs. Even more so since it wont be able to mine nearly as many moons as they do now, so it will need every isk from the moon meaning you wont be getting a decent, if any, cut.


    Maybe your alliance won't let you keep the goo from refineries.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Rainus Max wrote:
    Querns wrote:
    Rainus Max wrote:

    Give each moon a bit of everything but so that everyone has the ability to get the high end goo that currently is so heavily controlled by the big alliances.


    Considering that the new system requires active harvest, I'm guessing a LOT of R64 moons, especially in lowsec, are about to come up for grabs, considering that they're mostly held by On-Rails-Arcade-Shooter-phile iceberg alliances currently. Perhaps you and yours can snag one?


    Given it also requires me to either ninja mine from someone else's belt or to drop a refinery of my own i doubt I'll get much or ever get on top of Dyspro moon any time soon.


    Oh no, you may need to have infrastructure. Heaven forbid!

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Hy Wanto Destroyer wrote:
    Also mr retardo goon ofc you are pushing for this because it prolly benefits goons massively and alot of nullsec allainces , youre able to tax moons and tax renters so all the nullsec miners are jumping with joy.


    In strictly money-making terms, no, I'd much rather have passive moon mining. It's much, much easier to handle.

    However, I still support these changes. Speaking as someone who has, historically, benefited the most from passive alliance-level income, it MUST be removed.

  • Dev blog: Introducing Upwell Refineries in EVE Information Center

    Tetsel wrote:
    CCPls:
    What about Siphons ?
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    Thx


    Here's a relevant quote from Fozzie:

    CCP Fozzie [23:52]
    more people have asked me about siphons in the last hour than have used siphons in the past week :slightly_smiling_face:

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