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Sonya Corvinus

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  • Idea: Auto logoff after 20-30 minutes of idle time in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Kassimila wrote:
    Sonya Corvinus wrote:
    Kassimila wrote:
    When they are lag free, they are a blast actually. If all you're doing in a fleet fight is pressing F1, you have much to learn. I'm not referring to 'afk people in the system', I'm referring to afk players on the cluster as a whole. They harm cluster performance, maybe not a ton, but they do.

    To your third point, how exactly does removing afk players from the game make PvE easier?


    I've been in nearly every multi--thousand player battle that's happened since 2012, and they were all mind-numbingly boring. If you want to deal with lag, talk to the people who join them not to fight, but just to get that one shot off to get on the killmail.

    You live in null, right? You realize people refuse to PvE when there are neuts or reds in system, right? Removing AFK players gives null PvE-ers 100% safety.


    Ahh yes, you've been to 'every' major battle, yet have no idea how NC works or where we currently are. Sure :)

    Also let me quote you
    Sonya Corvinus wrote:

    third, obviously, and the real issue here, you want to PvE easier in null. someone AFK can't hurt you given they are...afk


    AFK people can't hurt me, so why would removing them make me safer? Thousands of ships are lost in Null sec on a daily basis, having nothing to do with afk people, so I fail to see how removing them would make null sec pve 100% safe. Nothing in eve is 100% safe.


    I cringe when I read what you say, TBH. I've been in NC, I wasn't all that impressed.

    You seem completely clueless on how nullsec life works in EVE. I wouldn't expect any less from an F1 carebear.

    It's interesting that you seem to think you understand how CCP's servers work, when you've never worked there. How arrogant can you be?

  • Idea: Auto logoff after 20-30 minutes of idle time in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Kassimila wrote:
    When they are lag free, they are a blast actually. If all you're doing in a fleet fight is pressing F1, you have much to learn. I'm not referring to 'afk people in the system', I'm referring to afk players on the cluster as a whole. They harm cluster performance, maybe not a ton, but they do.

    To your third point, how exactly does removing afk players from the game make PvE easier?


    I've been in nearly every multi--thousand player battle that's happened since 2012, and they were all mind-numbingly boring. If you want to deal with lag, talk to the people who join them not to fight, but just to get that one shot off to get on the killmail.

    You live in null, right? You realize people refuse to PvE when there are neuts or reds in system, right? Removing AFK players gives null PvE-ers 100% safety.

  • Character Models in EVE Communication Center

    No 53 you can't change your character to get around the ridiculous threads you've created so far without sacrificing skill points.

  • Idea: Auto logoff after 20-30 minutes of idle time in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Kassimila wrote:
    My only motive sir, is to have lag free 500 person fleet fights. I believe booting afk players is a good step towards that goal. I can't see how people not playing the game are adding any benefit to it. Can you?


    where to start...

    first, you actually enjoy 500 person fleet fights? Pressing F1 when an FC says so for hours and nothing else? That's fun somehow? oh honey....just save some time and watch a youtube video instead. It's just as challenging and just as easy to do.

    second, AFK people in those systems don't add anything to lag.

    third, obviously, and the real issue here, you want to PvE easier in null. someone AFK can't hurt you given they are...afk

  • AFK Cloaking™: Ideas, Discussion, and Proposals in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Mike Voidstar wrote:
    That is because local defense does not allow neutrals to remain unmolested in Null Sec.

    That's called player effort.


    Is player effort needed on the PvE side of things?

    A simple yes/no answer is good enough.

  • AFK Cloaking™: Ideas, Discussion, and Proposals in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Mike Voidstar wrote:
    Only in NS are folks so butthurt that they litter space with throw away alts in cloaked ships because their joyride looking for soft targets is actually contested by dedicated


    Why are you a soft target if you are PvE-ing in null?

  • AFK Cloaking™: Ideas, Discussion, and Proposals in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Mike Voidstar wrote:
    If local isn't an issue everywhere it exists, then we have to look at the factors that are not the same in all those areas.

    Hmm... seems like player effort is the difference.


    Good point. let's get rid of concord and local in all areas of space. That way player effort is equal everywhere.

  • Do you actually enjoy playing EVE? [Poll] in EVE Communication Center

    ...who on earth would keep playing a game they didn't enjoy? If someone's reading these forums they like the game...

  • Increasing demand results in increased price in EVE Communication Center

    Mr Epeen wrote:
    There is no $10.95 option. There is a $131.40 option. If you want a months playtime for $10.95, it'll cost you a yearly sub.

    But admitting that inconvenient truth sort of defeats the argument put forward.

    Just ignore Sonya.

    Mr Epeen Cool


    Ah yes, today I learned a year's subscription divided by 12 months doesn't make sense. Not only are you an as*hole, but bad at math too.

    But hey, you showed how big your epeen is with a forum alt, so we should take you super seriously

    Good god the stupidity....

    Try to hide your trolling harder, tiger.

  • Idea: Rage Rolling in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Kassimila wrote:
    Ahhh yes, null sec, full of carebears...sure. Should be able to take that space easy then since it's just empty, and full of carebears. :P


    Why on earth would I want to live in null? It's more boring than highsec. I want more out of a game than AFK mining while watching netflix and pressing nothing but F1 in fleets.

  • Idea: Rage Rolling in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Kassimila wrote:
    Do you honestly think hordes of players are going to sit around and defend a few people doing PVE activities? Do you play eve?


    You can't reship from a mining/ratting ship in 30 seconds to take out an attacker in null?

    Realistically, people dock up/cloak up/hide when people are under attack in null. It's full of more carebears than any part of the game. That's the problem here.

    Your fellow ratters and miners are your defense fleet. Most of them in null just don't want to risk losing a ship to defend someone.

  • Idea: Rage Rolling in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Kassimila wrote:
    If that truly is the case it seems very one sided. The solution from the null sec end of things is 'have a support fleet ready', except nullsec support fleets had their legs cut off with the Jump Fatigue changes. The only other option I can think of is to allow system owners to place some sort of 'wormhole' jammer in their systems, to prevent it from opening right on top of them.


    Why do you need jump capable ships to have support fleets? If you don't have enough people in pocket with you to have support fleets, why are you in null in the first place?

  • Increasing demand results in increased price in EVE Communication Center

    Punisher Ofara wrote:
    You're talking about hardship!?!? Geez, I had to cook my own food since I was 19!! And I've had to work full time since graduating from college! You know nothing about a difficult life. Imagine having to tie your own shoe laces, since age 10! Try living my childhood and then come tell me that yours was hard. Did your father play lego with you? That's right, mine stopped playing with me when I turned 18, your dad is probably still building your lego cities for you.

    EDIT: I think explains it perfectly how hard a childhood I had, which was surely much harder than any of you guys had. Even the ones born in caves in the Antarctic to penguin parents.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xe1a1wHxTyo


    1/10, troll harder plz

  • Increasing demand results in increased price in EVE Communication Center

    Mr Epeen wrote:
    The problem with people who grow up with privilege and entitlement (Trust me. You are one of them), is that they just don't get it. When you come to realize that your decades of **** life is still a level of luxury that much of the worlds people can never attain, you'll be one step closer to being a decent person.

    Insulting people because they are less well off than you through no fault but being born elsewhere is lame. The whole point of PLEX purchase with ISK is because CCP gets it. Even though you don't. This is why you see threads like this.Game time with ISK is the only option for many, so they are concerned when the price jumps.

    Mr Epeen Cool


    Growing up under an abusive alcoholic father and having to work full time since I was 12 to be able to eat makes me privileged? F*ck off mate. Jesus, your arrogance.

    That you talk about insulting people after what you just said is very ironic though....

    One more time kitten, if you can't afford to pay a few dollars per month to play a video game, you shouldn't be paying games in the first place.

  • AFK Cloaking™: Ideas, Discussion, and Proposals in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Mike Voidstar wrote:
    Yet, it is a valid point. Simply allowing the Gate Cloak to keep you out of local addresses it.

    I'm not saying it's needed to allow for hunting to occur at all, just that it's the one valid point the pro-cloak crowd has fielded and it's not that hard to fix.

    Also, if you don't include that point each and every time you mention that local works the same everywhere, for everyone then Teckos will try and derail you by acting as if it was a massive home field advantage. Hell, half the time he will simply snip out the qualifier and try to do it anyway.


    Stop replying to your alt.

    Let people scan for cloaked ships and also get rid of local chat. Problem solved. Oh wait, you want to be able to PvE 100% safe in null, even though you can do that already.

  • To: The Developers (Please Make the Factions' Ships/Structures Equal) in EVE Technology and Research Center

    you don't need to say "to the developers". that's literally the point of this section of the forums.

  • To: The Developers (Ability To Support A Faction In The Factional War) in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Fifty Three wrote:
    1.
    A person can build ships/Structures/Equipment or whatever and donate them to A faction or Multiple Factions to go towards the Factional Wars.

    Whatever is donated to a faction, can be accessed and used by people who signed up for Factional War, and who are Plexed/have Omega status only.

    Note: An individual has to sign up for "Factional War" to even begin to donate to a faction..

    Note: Right clicking on a ship/structure/equipment/item otherwise, if you are signed up for factional war, will give an additional option to "Donate" then a screen pops up to choose the faction to give to.

    2.
    Each Faction has the possibility to be Conquered. If a faction defeats all the other 3 factions, in all their owning system, then the galaxy resets in Traditional Factional setting. The winners(Those who signed up for Factional warfare+is of the winning Faction) will get, for conquering the other factions, a bonus, when the Galaxy resets . They can get a bonus of 500 plex/2 billion Isk/Medal for Galaxy conquer(including the date)/Skin for a ship, something like one of those.

    Note: Null+Low Sectors are unaffected by this. Only factional space is.


    You don't need to say "to the developers". That's literally the point of this section of the forums.

  • Increasing demand results in increased price in EVE Communication Center

    Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
    Probably next time he shouldn't be born in places like Serbia, Bulgaria, Bolivia or Brazil, where the minimal wage is about 1.50 USD per hour.

    ...silly 'muricans... Roll


    Today I learned it's impossible for people to move.

    Did you miss the part where I moved thousands of miles to have a shot at a good job? I moved thousands of miles with only what I could carry with me. One more time, if you can't afford $10.95/mo, stop playing video games and focus on your life.

    But I forgot, I'm american, so there's no possibility I had a **** life for decades. Roll

  • Increasing demand results in increased price in EVE Communication Center

    Don Pera Saissore wrote:
    In my country i have to work about 6 hours to make 10 dollars. You are privileged but too stupid to realise it, you also have a misconception that in order to make isk one needs to grind.

    To answer your question, yes i can earn for a plex in one hour, my record was 2.3bil in about 2 hours. Its not something that happenes every day, i was lucky that time.


    "privileged". I moved 2,500 miles away from my family on my own to find a better job, and worked 90 hour weeks for years to put myself through school to prove I deserve a better job. If that makes me privileged, then fine.

    I also didn't play video games when doing that. If you are in a position where you have to work 6 hours to make ten dollars, you shouldn't be playing video games. That was kind of my point.

  • Multiboxing in EVE Communication Center

    It depends, if you want to risk getting all accounts permanently banned, go ahead and do it