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I've been war deced by Cannibal Kane (cease fire aggreed)

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Tobias Hareka
Republic Military School
Minmatar Republic
#41 - 2013-08-07 18:09:26 UTC  |  Edited by: Tobias Hareka
Seraph Essael wrote:
Yeah and? Not being funny, but if the OP shows some innitiative and takes the guy head on and shows use of tactics and ways to gain an advantage, that would probably stand in his favour... But instead no, he just creates this post instead...!


It's how rookie griefers work. They feed on easy kills. If they don't get any kills they usually give up and move to grief other rookies.
Darius Onok
Parthenon Inc.
#42 - 2013-08-07 18:11:58 UTC
Paul Otichoda wrote:
Petrus Blackshell wrote:
Paul Otichoda wrote:
Now for a week we're going to be able to do nothing.

You have been pointed out multiple times in this thread that you can do stuff that is not nothing.

If you're going to pull at your hair about how unfair it is then proceed to sit on your hands whinging, I'm pretty sure you're beyond help.


I've been in contact with him and the only way he'll withdraw the dec is for me to fight him in my battleship. The one I spend £15s on to afford via plex and can't even use in missions. I'm not going to waste that kind of money on nothing.



Step 1: Insure Battleship
Step 2: Empty Cargohold and remove expensive gear
Step 3: Accept Cane's terms and meet him for battle
Step 4: Get blown to itty bitty pixel pieces
Step 5: Take insurance money and buy new Battleship
Seraph Essael
Anomalous Existence
Spatial Instability
#43 - 2013-08-07 18:27:19 UTC
Tobias Hareka wrote:
Seraph Essael wrote:
Yeah and? Not being funny, but if the OP shows some innitiative and takes the guy head on and shows use of tactics and ways to gain an advantage, that would probably stand in his favour... But instead no, he just creates this post instead...!


It's how rookie griefers work. They feed on easy kills. If they don't get any kills they usually give up and move to grief other rookies.


Sandbox...
Jesus the guy has been given so many options in this thread and there are many more that he could think of... Hell Cannibal himself stated a way out but he didnt take it.

I'm not gonna argue anymore, its like arguing with a walrus. I'm out.

Quoted from Doc Fury: "Concerned citizens: Doc seldom plays EVE on the weekends during spring and summer, so you will always be on your own for a couple days a week. Doc spends that time collecting kittens for the on-going sacrifices, engaging in reckless outdoor activities, and speaking in the 3rd person."

Solstice Project
Sebiestor Tribe
Minmatar Republic
#44 - 2013-08-07 18:37:20 UTC
I've wardecced Cannibal Kane ...

... and people keep contacting me ...

Also ... what would happen if Kane wardecced Chribba ?
Creme Liason
Caldari Provisions
Caldari State
#45 - 2013-08-07 18:50:22 UTC
Cannibal Kane wrote:
Interesting Thread...

Please continue.




Best war decc ever,

on another note, thank you Kane for making this thread possible. I have giggled more than once :)
Klymer
Hedion University
Amarr Empire
#46 - 2013-08-07 19:06:22 UTC
I've been feeling sick and miserable all day, in fact I just got out of bed a little while ago. This thread made me laugh and now I feel a whole lot better.

Thank you Cannibal Kane
Paul Panala
Caldari Provisions
Caldari State
#47 - 2013-08-07 19:20:28 UTC
War is one of several game mechanics meant to prevent high-sec from bring 100% safe. The only way to avoid a war is to disband your corp and stay in an NPC corp. Setup a chat channel and get all your corpies to join it, probably will give you most of the game benefits your current corp does. Otherwise, war is one of the risks of being in a high-sec corp.

A word to the wise. If you don't want to be war dec'd, keep your head low and don't call attention to yourself or the fact that you have expensive ships you don't know how to use. I am not trying to be mean, just pointing out that Eve is a place where the strong take advantage of the weak. Better to put up your poker face.
Ilkahn
Ideal Mechanisms
#48 - 2013-08-07 20:01:42 UTC
Tobias Hareka wrote:
Seraph Essael wrote:
Best thing you can do is to earn the guys respect. Hell, show some innitiative, take your battleship meet him on the field of battle but hire a tonne of players to fly by your side and fleet with you. When he engages, you fight with your allies. You'll probably all die a nasty death but at least you will have attempted to actually do something about it...


He would just use Cynabal. As we all know no amount of ships can take on Cynabal.


Correction. We've killed the crap out of cynabals with rapiers. Every ship has a counter. Of course, if you can fly a rapier and kill his cynabal you will need to know the counter to the rapier as he's probably about to come kill it.
Cameron Zero
Sebiestor Tribe
#49 - 2013-08-07 20:09:35 UTC
1. Don't log in and wait until Kane drops the wardec (unlikely, as he'd probably just wardec again when you start logging in)
2. Learn to PVP
3. Hire allies to defend you
4. Continue posting in this thread about how unfair Eve is, and how horrible these mechanics are

"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. …"

Ilkahn
Ideal Mechanisms
#50 - 2013-08-07 20:09:46 UTC  |  Edited by: Ilkahn
Paul Panala wrote:
War is one of several game mechanics meant to prevent high-sec from bring 100% safe. The only way to avoid a war is to disband your corp and stay in an NPC corp. Setup a chat channel and get all your corpies to join it, probably will give you most of the game benefits your current corp does. Otherwise, war is one of the risks of being in a high-sec corp.

A word to the wise. If you don't want to be war dec'd, keep your head low and don't call attention to yourself or the fact that you have expensive ships you don't know how to use. I am not trying to be mean, just pointing out that Eve is a place where the strong take advantage of the weak. Better to put up your poker face.


Yea, but that won't protect you from peckerwoods like me who like to gank NPC corp members just because of that. I think anyone older than a month should be in a player corp.

I excercise my patented "gank and greet" against brand new players less than 2 weeks old when i catch them mining from time to time though. New players get several positive things from this.

1. an isk payout of between 25 and 100M isk depending upon their attitude.
2. the first death mail
3. kill rights to learn about
4. generally an invitation to fly with myself and more experienced players to help the new guys learn the game faster
5. ship fitting advice
6. opportunity to be a part of the eve community.
Cameron Zero
Sebiestor Tribe
#51 - 2013-08-07 20:10:29 UTC
Ilkahn wrote:
Tobias Hareka wrote:
Seraph Essael wrote:
Best thing you can do is to earn the guys respect. Hell, show some innitiative, take your battleship meet him on the field of battle but hire a tonne of players to fly by your side and fleet with you. When he engages, you fight with your allies. You'll probably all die a nasty death but at least you will have attempted to actually do something about it...


He would just use Cynabal. As we all know no amount of ships can take on Cynabal.


Correction. We've killed the crap out of cynabals with rapiers. Every ship has a counter. Of course, if you can fly a rapier and kill his cynabal you will need to know the counter to the rapier as he's probably about to come kill it.


No player ship in this game is unkillable, except the one that never undocks. There is a counter for everything.

"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. …"

Ilkahn
Ideal Mechanisms
#52 - 2013-08-07 20:11:38 UTC
Cameron Zero wrote:
Ilkahn wrote:
Tobias Hareka wrote:
Seraph Essael wrote:
Best thing you can do is to earn the guys respect. Hell, show some innitiative, take your battleship meet him on the field of battle but hire a tonne of players to fly by your side and fleet with you. When he engages, you fight with your allies. You'll probably all die a nasty death but at least you will have attempted to actually do something about it...


He would just use Cynabal. As we all know no amount of ships can take on Cynabal.


Correction. We've killed the crap out of cynabals with rapiers. Every ship has a counter. Of course, if you can fly a rapier and kill his cynabal you will need to know the counter to the rapier as he's probably about to come kill it.


No player ship in this game is unkillable, except the one that never undocks. There is a counter for everything.


STATION TANKING! well said, well said.
Praxis Ginimic
The Scope
Gallente Federation
#53 - 2013-08-07 20:22:57 UTC
Although I agree with what Kane is up to (sorry man, your foruming is terribad) I can offer some advice.

Kane and his boys are high sec pirates. Move to low sec. It will shake them off of your back...most of them...for little while...as well as giving you the experience that you desperately need to stop sound like a jerk on the forum.

Take it for what you will. Also, since he is killing you over forum posts maybe consider not posting to the forum. You are feeding the wild animals.
Paul Otichoda
Perkone
Caldari State
#54 - 2013-08-07 20:36:16 UTC
all right people its all over.

negotiation has resulted in a quick cease fire and no support is needed.
Ned Taggart
The Scope
Gallente Federation
#55 - 2013-08-07 20:42:25 UTC
Seriously, Take this time to learn about Safes, Bounces and tacticals, get cheap frigate and set some up. You can't kill what you can't catch.
Cannibal Kane
Viziam
Amarr Empire
#56 - 2013-08-07 20:49:26 UTC  |  Edited by: Cannibal Kane
Ned Taggart wrote:
Seriously, Take this time to learn about Safes, Bounces and tacticals, get cheap frigate and set some up. You can't kill what you can't catch.


Typical IVY Mentality. My Legion can catch frigates on gates.

"Kane is the End Boss of Highsec." -Psychotic Monk

Liam Inkuras
High-Grade
Rogue Caldari Union
#57 - 2013-08-07 20:57:14 UTC
Instalock HAM Legion 2 stronk

I wear my goggles at night.

Any spelling/grammatical errors come complimentary with my typing on a phone

Paul Panala
Caldari Provisions
Caldari State
#58 - 2013-08-07 21:03:24 UTC  |  Edited by: Paul Panala
Ilkahn wrote:
Paul Panala wrote:
War is one of several game mechanics meant to prevent high-sec from bring 100% safe. The only way to avoid a war is to disband your corp and stay in an NPC corp. Setup a chat channel and get all your corpies to join it, probably will give you most of the game benefits your current corp does. Otherwise, war is one of the risks of being in a high-sec corp.

A word to the wise. If you don't want to be war dec'd, keep your head low and don't call attention to yourself or the fact that you have expensive ships you don't know how to use. I am not trying to be mean, just pointing out that Eve is a place where the strong take advantage of the weak. Better to put up your poker face.


Yea, but that won't protect you from peckerwoods like me who like to gank NPC corp members just because of that. I think anyone older than a month should be in a player corp.

I excercise my patented "gank and greet" against brand new players less than 2 weeks old when i catch them mining from time to time though. New players get several positive things from this.

1. an isk payout of between 25 and 100M isk depending upon their attitude.
2. the first death mail
3. kill rights to learn about
4. generally an invitation to fly with myself and more experienced players to help the new guys learn the game faster
5. ship fitting advice
6. opportunity to be a part of the eve community.


I like it!! I am not purposing someone actually stay in an NPC corp. I only pointed that out because the OP has replied several times indicating that he wants to bury his head in the sand and avoid other player interaction. I hoped my comment would have the opposite effect because no one wants to be in an NPC corp.
Cameron Zero
Sebiestor Tribe
#59 - 2013-08-07 21:34:24 UTC
Cannibal Kane wrote:
Ned Taggart wrote:
Seriously, Take this time to learn about Safes, Bounces and tacticals, get cheap frigate and set some up. You can't kill what you can't catch.


Typical IVY Mentality. My Legion can catch frigates on gates.


You can't catch mine... ;p

"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. …"

Kara Corvinus
Ministry of War
Amarr Empire
#60 - 2013-08-07 21:43:02 UTC
If you don't want to get war dec'd, don't go round **** talking other people.

Lesson = learned.