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Brutor Tribe
Minmatar Republic
#1 - 2011-12-08 23:54:44 UTC
This is just an idea not really a post about voting yes or no. With the buff to blasters hybrids are finally a useful tool in combat and are somewhat on par with everything. However I was wondering about something. I've been in a lot of dog fights and I keep running into the ******* that is sniping from far away and without any real tackle can't catch up to his mwding ass.

What I was thinking is how would everyone feel about getting rid of stasis webs? Also getting rid of jammers that stop mwd's? I know I just complained about Mwd's but hear me out for a second. Just change it to where afterburners and mwd's require fuel. A seperate cargo for ships to carry fuel for certain movement mods. The bigger the ship the faster the fuel burns.

I'm a fan of type of fights where someone isn't completely removed from engaging. I know this is a multiplayer game and this is hardcore. I was wondering though what if fights actually continued to MOVE from the position of engagement instead of just standing around and shooting or mwding into someones face and blowing them to hell or visa versa.

I'm hoping this is making since. I'm a little drunk and I got exciting when I read the patch notes. Things I'm not a fan of. ECM's, nos or neuts, mwd's ships that you can't ever catch. Missile boats.....damn tengu's lol. In a sense, instead of a mod taking your out of the fight it should just makes things slightly harder. Like instead of ecm's disrupting your targeting, what if it just lowered the amount of targets you can target or something of that nature.

Sorry just come up with some ideas that help gameplay. NOT GRIEFING lol. Come on, the newbs are easy as hell to scam, terrorize. Don't need to make it any easier. lol. Alright back to drinking, single barrel jack baby and hanger one vodka WOOT
XS Tech
#2 - 2011-12-09 00:28:37 UTC

One of the bitter points of a good bittervet is the realisation that all those SP don't really do much, and that the newbie is having much more fun with what little he has. - Tippia

PFU Consortium
#3 - 2011-12-09 01:38:12 UTC
Velicitia wrote:

This. Your suggestions are bad, and you should feel bad for having made them.