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PS: Really enjoying Havegooda's posts. Brings flavor / insight into all the PvP action and fascinating. Thx HG! The lingo tho ... had to research all the acronyms, since I'm completely lost as soon as I see FC or IBTL. 0.0
Edited by jamenta - 7/30/09 at 11:24am
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I'd like to be added to the EVE club, my characters include a:

25 mil sp+ Caldari/Minmatar PvP pilot (Main)
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20 mil sp+ Gallente Dread/Carrier pilot
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\\o/ Good to hear!

Finishing up some training...I'll be flying an awesome RR Arbitrator next weekend. Damn these drone skills...

Gross: What's the name of your main? The one you'll be on most of the time?

~Gooda~
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Thx for heads up HG !

That faction PvP looks cool. My first priority right now is getting an economic base
secure before I go a'huntin. But your forum posts really sound like it can be hella
fun (but maybe crappy at times too!) lol

cheers

PS: What is an RR Arbitrator?? 0.0
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jamenta View Post
PS: What is an RR Arbitrator?? 0.0
Its the amarrian Arbitrator cruiser, it gives bonuses to remote armor repair modules and cap transfer.

Remote rep, RR. Glad to hear your enjoying yourself jamenta!
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Ah thx. hee hee, yeah the game has depth to it. which i think i like.
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Gooda,

How's that POS of yours working out? I plan on building one myself once I get my
standings up to high enough levels for hi-sec. Have any tips?

I noticed you commented that you put your POS in a system with no stations and little
player traffic. Was curious why? Isn't a medium sized POS relatively safe in HI-SEC space? 0.0

Regards!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jamenta View Post
Gooda,

How's that POS of yours working out? I plan on building one myself once I get my
standings up to high enough levels for hi-sec. Have any tips?

I noticed you commented that you put your POS in a system with no stations and little
player traffic. Was curious why? Isn't a medium sized POS relatively safe in HI-SEC space? 0.0

Regards!
It's been placed, but I have yet to use it. It's just sitting there atm...

I just bought a corp (300m I think?) that had the standings and I plopped the POS down before the standings reset to mine.

I placed the POS in a system with no stations/etc because A) The asteroids would have a better chance of not being mined out halfway through the day. No stations = less people (more work to jump to a system that has one). Less people = less competition.

And yea, a POS is relatively safe in High-sec. Don't piss anyone off and you probably won't have any people war deccing you.

~Gooda~
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Humorous article on a POS being attacked in hi-sec. For those who might possibly be interested. heh.

http://vnboards.ign.com/eve_general_...81/r110417524/
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Ah thx for feedback Gooda. I'm doing a bit of reading up on it. Its interesting, because early on I asked the question on one of the chat channels of how difficult it would be to take down a POS in hi-sec and I received the reply by more than one player that it would take "hundreds" of BS's.

But if you work the numbers that of course isn't the case.

However, it is also true that if you provide no defenses for your hi-sec POS you are actually vulnerable to a well-planned out attack. So defenses are needed. But
it is appearing to me that with some careful thought on deploying defenses, and the ability to simply dismantle your POS if war-decc'd, or at least take your more valuable labs offline ...makes it a bit silly for any group to waste their time and effort.

With initial review, I am a bit disappointed that hi-sec POS's limitations/caps. Considering the massive amount of capital required to start one up, and the monthly
maintenance costs etc., it seems a bit unfair that the primary value of a hi-sec POS
would be research/BPO/Invention T2 values (and the nonprofit value of having your
personal base, which is nice I admit)

But what gives with no Moon mining or Reactor? I mean sure, like anything else, they
could have made low-sec and 0.0 Moon mining far more profitable, but to disallow hi-sec M-mining
altogether seems to cripple the value quite a bit of a hi-sec POS. It is definitely a
disincentive where you would think CCP would be creating more incentives for players
to build POS's (considering the time and effort required!)

One thing about having a station in the same system as your POS (and you're probably
aware of this) is you can keep your BPOs at the station and still use them for jobs at
the POS. Must be in same system and you require the skill set that allows remote
research jobs.

The main reason I'm building a POS is for the research/Blue prints/Invention ... but also the usability coolness factor. Probably won't break even for quite a long time, and definitely
will be skilling up one of my toons to mine for ice.
Edited by jamenta - 7/30/09 at 11:17pm
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