You know, just because I disagree with you on bubble immunity doesn’t mean I’m an idiot or I know nothing about frigate warfare in EVE.
And interceptors where widely flown in 2011 already. They were the first ship you told a noob to skill for, because it allows for convenient travel in nullsec and is the best ship to get the initial tackle and hope to survive. It was the cheapest too back then, and it’s nimble and fast enough to survive on any battlefield.
And this Enyo is a shitfit AF. It has more signature and less agility than the taranis, and the taranis can fit one nanofiber or overdrive and now be faster than the Enyo will ever be, whatever the number of speed mods you fit to it. As for the wolf, it only has two midslots, so the only interceptor you can really compare it to is the crusader which is a lot faster than the crow.
Bubble immunity was a stupid idea from the begining. And if anything changed with all the additions the game received, it made interceptors better than before. When everything gets faster and ways to kill frigates more available, the fastest and the most nimble of them is still the best to capitalize on speed and nimbleness to survive, and it’s more useful than ever to catch the fast ■■■■ that zip around at faster speeds than before.
What you are actualy saying here is that these abilities are worthless when you get enough of it. Or when you shitfit another ship for the job. That cannot be proven though. Nor can the opposite proposition. The facts are that interceptors are still the fastest ships, and the AF you are showing with stupid fits are not flown in game, which proves that people don’t fly AF instead of interceptors to do actual interceptor job.
And finaly, comparing interceptors to AF for dueling purpose is missing the point. Interceptors are not dueling frigates. Some can of course do it, but so can electronic attack frigates. An interceptor is not meant to brawl an AF. It’s meant to tackle anything, and it can do it because it’s faster than everything.
An interceptor is not a frigate with another name.