Sweet Defence, WI will be defeating IT on CAOD.
Sweet Defence, WI will be defeating IT on CAOD.
[spoiler=This is a spoiler][spoiler=Another spoiler][spoiler=Guess what?]-A- is shit![/spoiler][/spoiler][/spoiler]
It's a nice screenshot but knowing the South they won't use it unless they have 2-1 odds. The good thing for the South is they outnumber the North 4-1 but considering the size of said capfleets the only cap deaths we will see are small casualties from logoffskis or Y-2 scenarios where one side doesn't load and it's a slaughter.
Eve Online is a pretty good game.
I fail at fuxin double quotin
Nobody does jack shit in EvE anymore without knowing they will win. If you have the numbers then why not, if you don't better to live and fight another day then lose a whole cap fleet stupidly.
It's not that hard on anyone isk wise to replace caps, the hard part is finding enough caps to purchase.
wow, pretty nice move on NC part, even if it was kinda an risky mission with doubtfull results but potential high loses.
Balls deep for anyone who gave the order for that move.
If they keep this ballsy moves, until it goes wrong, they can get a bit of edge. But NC will need to really step their game, if the last Northern campaign was any indication, they hadn't the numbers to fight Atlas/Solar/RA/Tri/Evoke/ROL/The iniatitive/Evoke/CH... now adding up IT and i guess xdeath will take the opportunity too. They really need to start to x'up and if that TS numbers (which well are worth as much as the paper ones) is a beginning and the hotdrop, i think they are starting good.
Wow, I feel sorry for whoever GS had sent to represent them in that NC press release thing.
Just a reminder that AAA did a great job killing Huzzah, Axiom Empire (sort of,) Knights of the Southern Cross and Interstellar Alcohol Conglomerate. They are coming for you next, Morsus Mihi!
I see this conflict has been relegated to a screen dump contest of the respective cap fleets. Colour me surprised.
WI fighting its battles on COAD since 2008©
IT just lost a couple more caps on their pos in x-7.
The thing that amazes me here is that anyone would bother to fight with the condition of the servers. Although with statements like "Nodes will crash" I guess it is kind of self-explanatory...
The honest truth is if you're sperging about good fights and settled scores, you should be on the forums and the bat-phones screaming at CCP to sort this shit, not making a mad dash to settle said scores before the problem gets resolved.
I think Homo Erectus is going to be my favourite CAOD poster during this war. Hopefully IT has a win next, too many losses and he'll quieten down too early.
I'd like to point out to all the IT fanboys and IT members some interesting facts.
Since the start of the year (its as far as i went back) MM have killed more than twice the ships IT has, and the difference in ISK is staggering.
Lets look at week 12 on the KB's shall we:
IT's Stats: 733 Ships killed (26.37B ISK) 640 Ships lost (26.87B ISK)
MM's Stats: 2192 Ships killed (216.07B ISK) 834 Ships lost (66.45B ISK)
This trend is consistent right back to the start of the year, so not only are MM killing twice as much as IT, the ships they are killing are in a whole different bracket.... and all with half the membership of IT. I can see why IT has taken so many friends with them now, alone they would get slaughtered.
Ugh I guess this forum is FOTM again.
The 010s have been fine so far, to be honest. Very little battlereporting.
Maybe just ban the ones with march reg dates.
Myself, I'm hoping for a very long and rocky road ahead. The quality of the NC response really improved in Pure Blind as the campaign wore on, with those responding really bringing a lot of logistics and having their shit together towards the end (as in, focusing fire and remote repping each other and not acting like a bunch of spastic tards). Assuming they can pick up where they left off (and a month and a half is hardly enough time for fleet discipline to erode to nothing), this whole thing ought to be interesting (I guess with the converse being if the SC had just jumped into the NC full bore with no foreplay, it might have been very brutal for a lot of the meatshield). I know I've been missing, what do you call it, poopsocking? And I don't mean anal rape, I mean that thing where there is always something going on for hours at a time.
It wasn't terribly fun in Pure Blind without Atlas pulling away portions of the forces, but it was a blast before then, never knowing what tomorrow would bring. I'm looking forward to at least a month or two of chaos before some new boring stability is restored.
It is probably for the best that -A- do not deploy North. Not saying this as because I don't want them along for the ride, but I said previously that I felt they had nothing to gain from NC dying unless they wanted to relocate North. Realistically, if NC doesn't survive then the -A- block is next on the chopping block, as much as they have been handy allies of late if there is nobody else better to shoot at then -A- and the Dronelanders will probably be the next port of call.
So in some rare occassions doing nothing is probably a pretty good strategic movie. They will want to see the SC block expend a lot of time, effort and assets in a grind up North, even if they have no intention of backstabbing the others, if the invasion fails and the status quo remains then they will hold their present position, which I assume is a position they enjoy.
I don't think battlereports are going to be very necessary given that both NC and SC are spastic one-dimensional blobers. Battlereports will just be passive-aggressive smuggy shit you see on shitheap all the time.
Killboard summaries, drama and strategic or political updates are going to be more interesting.
It's a patented FC tactic, like Rocky and raw eggs.