but but… why?!
WH life is where the isk is nowdays, and soon enough there’s gonna be content as well once everyone understands null is dying.
this is right, but it’s also due to a large pre-built stock. this is largely true for capital ships.
I’m pretty sure the market price will not reflect the build cost in years to come?
the more that quits, the longer it will take.
Also. pirate(?) / navy faction ships can be bought from unchanged LP-values, also faction ship provides “meh” stats compared to the build pricejump. so this will help to keep the market valued under build cost.
t1 is cheaper, t2 as well, specialized t2 ships is more or less the same? its a little more expensive to build but that is taken from the profit margin for the most part.
ganking in t1 is now cheaper and it’s the majority of ships destroyed (to concord in high sec) so… even if it’s not “staying the same” the total value of loss is going to be lower than it has been, if you divide isk loss by amount of ships destroyed.
so… long story short, ccp wants people to form logifleets for freighters in highsec?
one could guess… as industry changes promote more hauling to be done, at the same time as they are giving gankers better isk/hr to keep ganking.
perhaps its more lucrative to gank now, so more are doing it. or perhaps it’s just a statistical flaw(isk destruction) that is misrepresenting the truth, or perhaps both.