I never said that i was an epic struggle and of course the cloak makes it easier that is why people use them.
But you have brought up effort before, but you seem to think that that effort is not continuous. If you aren’t going to take steps to secure your space, even against an opponent using asymmetrical warfare then you don’t deserve that space.
This is why having good TZ coverage is good. Also, even if he does get in, take the effort to neutralize that threat. If you can’t do it directly, then do it indirectly. This is asymmetrical warfare. On one side you have an alliance that has enough power to take and hold space. On the other hand you have a group with vastly less power–i.e. they are not a significant threat to your space. But somehow they bring you to your knees?
On the old forums there was once a post by Vic Jefferson. He wanted anomalies to work kind of like cyno jammers. Ahhh here it is.
Here is the first post.
As title suggests, which means you can still covert cyno. Pirate
With perfect, 100% reliable and instant intel, the recent nerfing of null-null wormholes, mobile depots to instantly refit, and the proliferation of ratting capitals, null is comparatively risk free compared to the rewards. Rating capitals are simply not vulnerable enough given the difficulties of projecting your own capitals into null, and given the ability to cyno in a response fleet.
You’d think after a while, other pirate factions would learn this trick from the Sansha.
Baltec1 had the best response, 1 line at that,
He likely went roaming in Dek and ended up with 3 titans, 7 supers and a gaggle of carriers dumped on his head.
Why is it that Goons seem to know how to deal with this problem?