so they take interdiction nullification from combat ceptors to make nullsec ‘more dangerous’
yeh defo more dangerous… i still dont know who came up with that one; much less the people who actually believed it…
Then this video comes out, how poignant and very true this feels (the migration)
So, CCP… as goons can now field what, 1400 titans in one fleet?
and have so many players
all of which you at CCP made possible an for many (especially the krabs) essential…
and now that YOU have made it more expensive to build capitals making it even harder to catch up or for it to even out…
Now that space PvP is… really in quite a bad spot because YOU at CCP put it there…
How many of you are in goons?
I want to know how this is going to get balanced, i think it is effectively killing eve unless your a super krab or want to multibox several accounts.
I suppose at this point one could say goons have won eve, but i think only because of the changes made in the past 2 or 3 years that have made what theyve been doing in delve possible.
Atm im guessing more and more join the cfc for the protective supercap umbrella; i think it would be incredibly short sited to see this as a ‘good thing’, even for the cfc.
Failure to extrapolate the information contained within is YOUR failure, let us first examine
“interdiction nullification from combat ceptors” as point one.
Second points/issues are made in the video
*Nullsec is too Safe
*Alliances/coalitions allowed to be too big
Honestly I could go on and even post suggested fixes, but there are a plethora of suggested fixes on the forums shall we just start with the FIRST LINE OF THE POST.
For those of you that are a bit dim let us examine this.
“so they take interdiction nullification from combat ceptors to make nullsec ‘more dangerous’”
So there are a few keywords here.
And so in this sentence it would appear that what I am stating (with the evidence provided) that the original (incorrect) theory that taking nullification away would ‘make nullsec more dangerous’ has in fact had the exact OPPOSITE effect and merely made nullsec even safer as now there is no roaming gang that can easily and quickly bypass bubbles that have been spammed at strategic choke points.
and so if this is the issue it would be an incredibly easy step, nay; an obvious one, to assume that the fix would be to…
bring back interception nullification.
More English reading comprehension perhaps later in the day when I actually have time for teaching, for now, good luck have fun