Remove titan and supers from low sec allow only dreads and carriers

Remove super and titan from low
  • Yes
  • No

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If you voted yes:

What is the reason you voted yes?
  • Supers cause fight stagnation.
  • I want to use my dread/carrier with a chance of not being dropped instantly by giant alliances.
  • I want low sec to be less suitable for giant alliances and much more suitable for smaller groups.
  • I just hate umbrella’s and want a space that doesn’t have them.

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if you voted no:

Reason you voted no
  • Space should belong to the most powerful groups.
  • Space should be super safe once you have invested tons of isk on a super fleet.
  • Smaller groups can go live in high sec.
  • I only own a few supers and want to use my super without worrying about a larger group with supers.

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Remove spaceships completely, who undocks anyway?

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your reasons in the follow up questions don’t match my reasoning.

If you can afford a super or titan, you should be able to fly it anywhere. Lowsec is null-lite. if you dont want to face a more powerful enemy, remain in highsec.

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They are practically nukes thou, which just causes everything to stop fighting (goes against low sec culture) in case they either get nuked or loose their nukes.

When is the last time you have seen a maruader or solo dread not backed by a giant alliance roaming in low sec?

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I would vote delete the game and just play on the forums… :stuck_out_tongue:

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At least the forums run on Linux natively

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Nukes that take a lot of time and effort to use, are easily countered and killed, and require heavy support to survive.
sub-cap pvp is the goal of ccp, and we’ve already seen significant nerfs to super and titans, and i’m absolutely sure we will see more. The culture of lowsec? lol. that culture stems around shooting anything that moves.
If people want to set up an empire without the nullbloc, they invest in their own big toys. you’re free to do the same.
Having a super or titan doesn’t ensure victory. They’re there to intimidate you, and by the sounds of it they are.
Mental pvp vs ship pvp. they’re winning.

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We don’t want people intimidated we want people to come to low, its a null sec mentality to chase people who are not friends away, those people are content and we are their content.

As soon as you invest in big toy’s then all that content avoids you and the space becomes empty.

Null sec should feel more unique imo, instead of being just a bigger emptier low.

lowsec is for shirtlifters

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You are confusing low with renter space.

renter space? who pays rent?

Nullbears.

I don’t pay rent and I roam null and W often, there’s bugger all there and if you so much as go “boo” they scarper.

Even in null, you’re free to sub-cap pvp. I’m in a large alliance, that is part of a larger coalition that is currently winning a null war.
We have supers and titans, but prefer to engage in sub-cap pvp. the big toys are reserved for when people bring their big toys. Content doesnt dry up because you have toys.

I want them back in HS.

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Me too!

I’d very much like to bring my Avatar out to mine again. My null alliance didn’t think it was cute and threatened to boot me if I do it again.

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Remove supers and titans completely from EVE. They serve no engaging purpose.

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Incorrect.
They serve a purpose for high end warfare.
And Mining.

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Personally, a couple of weeks ago, and I don’t spend much time in low sec.

LargeQuafeZero roams in one every week, the CCP+Spectrefleet fleet yesterday caught a lone dread, it’s not that uncommon.

Snuffed out aren’t everywhere, there’s room to do engaging content in low.

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low sec is still technically empire space. low sec does not mean no sec. at the least, supers should be forbidden just like they are from high sec.