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Runeme Shilter

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  • More better income in null systems. in EVE Communication Center

    Alekksander Geinesa wrote:

    1.) Moon not to much depending on the moon some times you cant even pay for the PoS fuel in order to mine it, but we all know thats not why you do moon goo

    2.) A metric crap load squared, and if they all can't they will fight over them.

    3.) See above

    4.) Numbers > man hours (even if they directly correlate)


    1. I specifically asked for tech moons.

    2. Wrong. If you find a system which can sustain 20 people continually ratting/anomaly running you can consider yourself lucky.

    3. see 2

    4. More people needed should mean more potential profit. But the more people your alliance/corp has, the less ISK each member can expect to make.

  • More better income in null systems. in EVE Communication Center

    1. So, some of the ISK goes to the membership, in the form of ship replacements or free carriers for everyone (like goonfleet has done).

    If you have a problem with them making this easy ISK, go ahead and take a moon? If it is so easy, it surely wouldn't be a problem. You don't even have to claim sov-Null for tech moons, just go to Venal, it has seventy-something tech moons.

    2. Belt ratting supports even less people. I'd guesstimate 10 belts per 1 person when chaining spawns.

    3. Empire is (due to the endless ISK in mission hubs) way more populated than any 0.0 space, of course the number of kills in empire space will be higher.

    4. Do you know why NC. lost Tribute and VotS? Because they couldn't muster enough pilots to actually come out and play after well over a month of defending their space. Aka burnout. That war was hundreds of man-hours.

    Quote:

    If SOV lands were more volatile with flipping back and forth, requiring more time and effort spent defending and attacking daily - then you might have a leg to stand on but you don't with how things currently work.


    http://evemaps.dotlan.net/alliance/SOLAR_FLEET/changes - I'm pretty sure SOLAR disagress about sov being not volatile enough.

  • More better income in null systems. in EVE Communication Center

    Bi-Mi Lansatha wrote:

    If you can believe a Goon rep, they believe it does, and they say they warned CCP against the way Moons were implemented.

    I am not sure how many of these moons there are... I have seen estimates of 300-500. So 2.2 Trillion ISK per month on the low side to maybe 5 Trillion ISK per month.

    Perhaps not making them rich... perhaps it is... but significant wouldn't you say?


    Even 5 Trillion ISK per month isn't that much if you break it down to characters in the CFC. Let's say 20k characters, that's just 250 Million per character per month. Every highsec incursion corp makes more per day than that.

  • More better income in null systems. in EVE Communication Center

    Bi-Mi Lansatha wrote:

    Technetium goes 56K. You can pull 200 unit per hour? 11.2M ISK/Hour. 268M/Day 7.5 Billion ISK/Month. per moon.

    Am I close?


    That's the gross income, you have to deduct some for POS fuel and costs to bring the stuff to market. And of course not couting in the costs to defend the moon to attacks. That's roughly 200 hours of missioning in highsec. Sure, it's a nice side income to help fund the sov-costs, but it's nothing spectacular that makes an alliance super rich.


  • More better income in null systems. in EVE Communication Center

    Xen Solarus wrote:
    So, you already live in the best area of the game, with the best rats, sites and resources, living in the complete safety of the blue donut, making isk hand-over-fist from moon-goo, and you want even more isk?

    I'm pretty sure i couldn't disagree more with this thread even if i tried.


    1. How much money do you think a tech moon makes per month. A rough estimate is enough.
    2. How many people do you think can run anomalies non-stop in a fully upgraded -1.00 truesec system?
    3. How many ratters/PvE players do you think get caught ratting each day in the supposed safe space?
    4. How many man-hours do you think are needed for keeping the space as safe as it is?

  • Nullsec Guristas rats in EVE Gameplay Center

    I see RAZOR continues to recruit the most skilled and well-informed players of the game.

  • Frighter "unfair rules" in EVE Technology and Research Center

    Steel Roamer wrote:
    CCP has stated before, bumping ships forever with throwaway toons (They keep aggressing you with noobships, and when the toon is too low Sec-Status to sit on gates, they just biomass and make a new one) in noobships is not bannable as stated in the EULA, but rather "Emergent Gameplay".


    Do you have a source for that? Biomassing alts with low sec status and reusing that character slot is considered a banable offense as far as I know.

  • Bot hunting: A series of polite questions in EVE Gameplay Center

    Sola Mercury wrote:

    I'm not a bot hunter, actually I dont care much about bots. So sorry, cant provide any kill mail.


    Ok, so you just make stuff up and spread lies about player organizations.

    Quote:

    But instead of making false claims like "You can't buy a mining permit for a bot"


    How is that a false claim? The Code (which needs to be followed for a permit) explicitly states that "No botting is permitted", so ANY permit held by a bot is invalid.

    Quote:

    , I would like you to explain the "Process to make sure that no botter is amongst the permit holders".


    Just like CCP's "Team Security" can't publish their methods, I can't disclose our rules, guidelines and methods to the general public as bot owners will happily use that knowledge against us - and, no, I won't evemail them to you as you have proven to be a liar and can't be trusted.

  • Bot hunting: A series of polite questions in EVE Gameplay Center

    Sola Mercury wrote:

    Everyone can buy a permit. Even for other characters.
    To make sure none with a permit is botting, needs permanent monitoring of permit-holder activities.

    I'm sure the NO has other tasks on top of their list


    I kindly ask again that you provide evidence about bots buying New Order mining permits. We have a process to make sure that no botter is amongst the permit holders and already have refused to sell permits to suspicious characters. So, please, don't try to damage our good reputation without any evidence. Thanks.

  • Can flipping is dead! in EVE Communication Center

    Josef Djugashvilis wrote:
    As boring and as self-promoting as I find James aged 13.5, this is a better response than just whinging about how mean CCP are for stopping effectively free ganks on mining ships.


    In 0.5 and 0.6 untanked Hulk/Mack/Covetors are still profitable to gank, as are full tech2 fit retrievers. The difference now is that you have to be really dense to not tank your mining ship.

  • Can flipping is dead! in EVE Communication Center

    Ranger 1 wrote:
    Runeme Shilter wrote:
    bufnitza calatoare wrote:

    nope only started 3 weeks ago after buying 6 accounts on ebay, have I got can mechanics mixed up?


    Yes, you have. It would have been enough for you to read the OP to know that looting from a suspects can doesn't give you any flags, but even that is apparently too much effort. Please go back to WoW.

    Except, of course, that with one extra step in the process it works flawlessly. Blink


    True, but you need 2 characters for it. But due to the safety feature, not many fall for it anymore. More fun is to steal the ore/ice with an Orca, we scooped up couple hundred of Ice from a retriever+jetcan+orca+freighter operation with only a shuttle going suspect. The miners were not amused ;-)

  • Can flipping is dead! in EVE Communication Center

    bufnitza calatoare wrote:

    nope only started 3 weeks ago after buying 6 accounts on ebay, have I got can mechanics mixed up?


    Yes, you have. It would have been enough for you to read the OP to know that looting from a suspects can doesn't give you any flags, but even that is apparently too much effort. Please go back to WoW.

  • Can flipping is dead! in EVE Communication Center

    Velicitia wrote:
    Lord Zim wrote:
    pussnheels wrote:
    first alot of miners got smarter

    Heh. Hahahaha. Oh, good one.


    well, instead of pimp-fit (albeit untanked) hulks, you now have OK-fit (still untanked) Retrievers flying around.

    I suppose that qualifies for some definition of "smarter".


    Well, just this morning a hulk with only a B-Type Small shield booster for a tank was killed in Jarzalad. The pimp fits are still out there.

  • Can flipping is dead! in EVE Communication Center

    bufnitza calatoare wrote:

    ok I send in an alt in a noob ship to flip your can...

    you pop him along with all your friends.

    as you rescoop your ****... I declaok and **** you with my recon/stealth bomber.


    Apparently you have no clue how this game works.

  • Bot hunting: A series of polite questions in EVE Gameplay Center

    Sola Mercury wrote:
    If I were a bot master, first thing I would do, is buy a mining permit for my bot.
    I cant see how a praise-James-Bio can serve as a evidence for a real player.


    You can't buy a mining permit for a bot. Botting is against the code, so the permit is immediately declared invalid. Can you provide any evidence of any bot mining with a mining permit?

  • GM Response On Bumping in EVE Gameplay Center

    Otto3d wrote:
    Given the cost of the war from the other corps, will this be consider as an exploit? Since James 315 has provided no way for other players to "get him" other than a suicidal gank?


    Initially, dropping and reforming the same corp was considered an exploit. But carebears everywhere whined to CCP about wardecs and no way out and CCP changed the rules so that it no longer is an exploit. Thank the carebears! ;-)

  • How many Catalysts are needed to gank an exhumer now? in EVE Gameplay Center

    Lugia3 wrote:
    I'm looking to create some alts for the purpose of ganking... So, how many gank Catalysts are needed to gank an untanked Hulk? An untanked Mackinaw? A tanked exhumer?

    Thanks.


    A tech2 catalyst does around 700 dps. You can easily do the math yourself.

  • NYX SALE SCAMM in EVE Gameplay Center

    Strikercity wrote:
    I posted i want to buy a nyx, I receive couple mails and I decide to do business with PyroTeknikz because was blue to my alliance we use a 3rd party Dai Nakamura. He sell to me a nyx for 23b after all transaction done, he never give me the ship and he block me. No further communication, still have all communication safe.

    Any suggestion


    The amount of evidence you provide is stunning. Also, you should always use a trusted 3rd party like The Mittani for Supercapital sales.

  • Bot hunting: A series of polite questions in EVE Gameplay Center

    Haedonism Bot wrote:
    Kill them all and let the CCP Security Team sort them out.Big smile

    If you are looking for a real criteria, check their bio to see if they have purchased a mining permit from James 315.


    That's a pretty good tip! While not all code-violators are bots, no botter is allowed to carry a New Order mining permit. So, if you find a permit holder he is definitely not a bot.

  • Local being removed...or April Fools? in EVE Technology and Research Center

    DataRunner Attor wrote:
    I have a new sig quote =)

    “Point out to me a person who has been harmed by an AFK cloaker and I will point out a person who has no business playing this game.” - CCP Soundwave



    Could you point out where Soundwave actually said that? As far as I see it's a quote entirely made up by themittani.com's writer.