So exactly like I said, most of these things are applicable to highsec. Three out of thirteen were not? Gosh, it’s almost as if that’s exactly what I said.
And you think an outright war would suddenly not involve lowsec as well? Capsuleers wouldn’t have to know to fight there, if they were to be of any use? Good grief.
This is pathetic even for you. Terrible strawman.
- Speculation, yes. However, I’d rather be prepared for the eventuality, and not have to be, than be wildly unprepared if it does happen.
- No, that’s a perfect answer. MC would go where the contract is, I would go where my heart lies. This shouldn’t be a difficult concept to grasp. If you really are this bloody stupid, no, I would not be fighting for or with CVA. You might also want to check combat records, I have killed -amongst other things- CVA Keepstars, and fleets, in Providence.
- You have seen nothing of note. Dabbling a toe into the waters does not mean you know what life outside the kiddie pool is like. Your combat record is clear, you genuinely haven’t seen real war.
Since you make completely daft claims, clearly demonstrating your inexperience and ignorance when it comes to capsuleer warfare, your opinion is in fact worth quite a bit less than from someone who does know capsuleer warfare, yes. You are willfully and intentionally ignoring huge chunks of New Eden’s advancements in warfare and pretending they are somehow not real.
Here’s the Empires themselves acknowledging capsuleer advancement in warfare:
“The Republic Fleet were slow to follow the other naval powers along the new path of capital warfare inspired by capsuleer combat experience in the many wars of the Outer Regions of New Eden. In large part this was due to a flaring up of the old debate between the firepower- and maneuver-oriented generals of the Brutor dominated military circles and the logistics- and fighter-oriented Sebiestor fleet tactician and technologist circles.”
“The Amarr have decided that there’s something to learn from the capsuleers when it comes to capital ships. I can’t say as I disagree. I’ve been trying to tell the Navy this for years.” - remarks by Ishukone CEO Mens Reppola on the occasion of the Amarr-Caldari Capital Warfare Summit, YC118.01.15
“The infusion of Amarr thinking on the subject of capital ship warfare served to break a long-standing impasse between doctrinal factions in the Caldari Navy’s strategic command. The wisdom of learning from the example of the most experienced capital warfare pilots in New Eden was accepted and the Minokawa-class Force Auxiliary was the eventual result.”
" It was soon realized that lack of experience in capital ship warfare had left fleet doctrines lagging behind the tactics of capsuleers fighting in the Outer Regions.
From this realization was born the concept of the Force Auxiliary capital ship, a vessel dedicated to ensuring the survival of more combat- and command-oriented capital ships such as Carriers and Titans. The Apostle-class Force Auxiliary was commissioned in memory of Empress Jamyl I and is richly decorated in token of this dedication."
I was never part of the Republic. I am Mizhara Del’thul, Mizhara of the Island of Thule, of the Gripdjur Clan, of the Sebiestor Tribe. I earned my place among the Gripdjur, trained as a Volur and my kin are both on Mikramurka and the ones the Freeborn are abandoning in chains among the Amarr.
I embraced the Tribes and I never let go of my kin, even if the Republic abandons them.