Here’s a little story to explain my frustration with EVE online.
I’m ratting in a wormhole when a Vexor Navy issue agresses me. I’m in a well tanked Nestor with cap boosters and dual armor reps. The Vexor deal a decent amount of dps but I win the fight and kill him, but there’s a second VNI on grid now, and he finishes me off.
I reship into a recon ship and hunt down one of the VNIs who’s still in the wormhole. I agress, scramble and dampen and almost kill him, when a third VNI warp in on top of me. I loose again.
I reship again and hunt down one of the VNIs in a tripple rep battlecruiser with dual cap boosters, I know the VNIs are neut fit so I hope my fit will survive, but as I’m about to finish him off, the third VNI warps on top of me again and assists the dying VNI in neuting me dry and killing me.
I talk to the guy, and as expected, it’s the same guy multiboxing in three identical VNI. Strategy is simple, if the first VNI fails, he got two in reserve to finish the job.
I see this a lot in this game, and I find it ironic that people still talk about pvp in this game. I acctually won that fight, but he got away with the loot and two out of three ships, while I lost three ships, fighting against one and the same guy.
I find this strategy quite prevalent in this game and there’s absolutely no way to win playing solo when you’re up agains multiple instances of the same guy on the same grid.
In my opinion, multiboxing is the worst evil in this game, and destroy the game for anyone who try to play this game solo. I might also add that I’m camping in this wormhole because I got wardeced by a guy who run an entire fleet with his own alts, and while he’s in high sec running incursion sites, making billions of ISK, I’m loosing ISK alone in a wormhole.