Careful.And to add to my previous post.
I can make more than 2 million in less time it would take to blow up a shieldless empty Eagle with some missions that have NO RISK AT ALL. Meanwhile we got gankers with bounties of up to hundreds of millions who basically get away scot-free for wanton murder. If you DO manage to kill one, maybe.
What do you get?
Some pocket lint, old gum wrapper and a toothpick.
That's not how spears where usually used in combat. While lacking the style of a sword or the brutish look of an axe the spear was the main melee weapon for centuries for the majority of soldiers. Being able to throw a spear in combat was an added bonus, thrusting the spear at save distance at the enemy while behind a shield wall and or in very large numbers was the main way to use spears.I've always though the spear to be a useless weapon in war. I mean, it's. one shot deal. You literally throw it away. Unless of course you carry a stack of them into battle and that sounds like a logistical nightmare. Particularly if you're travelling long distances. Like 21,000ly.
Wrong answer.Also something something wealth transfer something...
I know that. I agree with you. With Fleet Carriers at latest, the wealth transfer / cheating argument is totally idiotic.Wrong answer.
I can't gently caressing afford potential rebuy, ammo spend and all that other crap just off of one "ganker kill" Not to mention how these PvP fights are like as long as an episode of Seinfeld. 2 million credits is a blatant spit in the face, deliberate middle finger to lawful PvPers. Who now are basically REQUIRED to come up with some rubbish "personal narrative" reason to justify wasting their time and money in doing that kind of gameplay. I know "it's fun" and other explainations like that.
But It is not fun for everybody. I like making at least enough money to cover my ship's running costs at least f.f.s.
Right, and you shouldn't ever have to justify using unnecessary amounts of steps to accomplish a simple task. It's just stupid, plain and simple.I know that. I agree with you. With Fleet Carriers at latest, the wealth transfer / cheating argument is totally idiotic.