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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Lots of scouting

Null sec

I'm still in the process of settling in.  My PvE stable is currently sadly lacking and I'm waiting for some ships to make it down to the operating area in order to increase my income to afford the ships I'll be blowing up as I get my PvP rust knocked off.  In the meanwhile I scout.  Some times as part of a fleet, sometimes solo to get to know the area.

And it looks like there will be some fights.  It looks like various drone russian forces have decided they wanted to move into Geminate.  This has actually been a boon for me since I know the layout of Geminate quite well from my days in UFA (as much as that fail cascaded).

As can now be surmised, there seems to have been a coordinated metagaming/ingame offensive to occupy parts of Geminate by the Drone Russian Forces (apparently that's what they are called).  The move to disband/occupy the Rebellion Alliance space seems to have been well organized by Solar Fleet.  I had also observed some Intrepid Crossing ships operating in the area as part of the Rage operation to counter the DRF incursion.  So I find with no surprise that they've occupied my old home in K25-XD this morning.  So it looks like there will be plenty of fighting in Geminate for the next little while.  I can't really comment on the fight in Uemon but ouch.

So it looks like I picked an "interesting" time to settle into null sec.  Looks like it won't be boring at least.

High sec

Meanwhile my alts continue to supply PI goods to the high sec market, which is trending down a bit so I'm going to say that supply is up, we'll see how long that lasts.  On the other side of things, it only takes 15 min on the non-selling alt to harvest the PI goods every 2nd night.  and 30min for the one who ships everything to market.  I should be able to upgrade Zindal's PI installations tonight and start on alt 2-3's PI training plan.  I also need to run some numbers on P1 vs P2 vs P3 profitability and decide whether to make some changes in what I'm extracting.  We'll see.

1 comment:

Kename Fin said...

I would definitely be interested in your take on the P1 vs P2 vs P3 question. I have had my own opinion swing back and forth a number of times on the subject as I give weight to various facets of the whole operation.