I and my corp are frankly getting tired of the exploiting going on in HS. CCP you need to act. Anytime you see a killboard like this.
Ganks happen along with corvetts being killed by concord, this is an exploit. Its drawing away concord so they can continue to harass people in high sec with the exploitative behaviour. All you have to do is stop letting little ships have such an advantage over large ships. Sure stop the size escalation but this is going too far the other way. And have concord respond regardless of where they are.
Maybe miners of high sec should strike until we see some changes. If this is the new game play then give orca the ability to aoe in high sec at the 20km range that only hits people with acitve weapons on you.
Well, they walked back that action HOWEVER it is and always has been true that if you cause an unreasonable delay on CONCORD that is not OK. You can draw CONCORD away from the target grid, but not WHILE you are performing the gank. If you do so then your fate is up to the GMs, who are somewhat inconsistent on this topic.
Pulling concord is legal. Delaying concord is an exploit. Now with most PVE/PVP activities people have pretty much cracked the formula on how to do it. Ganking is an activity where it’s been cracked regarding how to Gank/timing and so on. Same thing with many other things like Incursions/Lv 4 missions’ heck even mining.
Ganking is a legitimate style of game play in EVE period.
I think my fellow HS’ers should read and understand the 8 Golden Rules for Eve Online. Especially that last one. Please, quit coming to the forums to make post about how unfair this… that… or the other is.
Plus, if you quit trying to live within 5 jumps of Jita you might have the peace you want. Yeah, you might not be an ISK billionaire as fast as you want. But like RL, there are tradeoffs to choices you make.
Ganking is by itself an exploit. They just don’t ban people over it because it would displease the ganking comunity.
Pulling CONCORD is also an exploit. The GM was right.
This is one of the rare instances where a GM dared to step out of line to do the right thing, but thet silenced him.