No, it’s not unfair. It’s better than deleting cynos, they keep their use in fleets and fights, and for moving. But it removes the choice of solo ships to light the cyno when things go downhill, if they can’t kill the combat ceptor.
This hopefully voids the supercap umbrellas, together with keeping local opt-in.
Your proposal wont work against null secors for long thou unfortunately, a tackle ceptor can warp to the tackled capital and make a bookmark just before coming out of warp 1000-10000km’s away, warp back to that bookmark and light a cyno then unlimited supers and caps appear and warp to the tackled target and get a free juicy black ops kill mail along with anything silly enough to stay on grid.
Or they might even us a cyno cloaky recon alt max cyno inhib range + 50km’s off and just sit there in case their cap gets tackled and immediately cyno, we need better idea’s none of ours will work for long null blocks would easily counter.
The entire point of my proposal is forcing friendlies to warp to their tackled friends rather than being able to directly interfere. If you say that’s what’s gonna happen, my proposal is successful. My proposal isn’t designed to make a guaranteed kill of every tackled capital in null. It is designed to create meaningful play and counterplay. They can warp on a perch and bring in capitals. You can stop people from warping from point A to point B with sabres, hictors, mobile bubbles. They can try and clear your bubbles or kill your sabres. Interactive gameplay goes on.