Monday, March 3, 2008

After the Rampage

The Rampage was to my mind a success. Fleet size when we left was 189 ships. We scared the hell out of everything in our path and when we hit 0.0, the camp there fled and we destroyed their bubble. Since no one else showed up, we moved on then, heading to the low sec area that was our target. We managed to destroy 4 battleships, a HAC and a command ship, which undocked, thinking he'd be able to dock before we could hurt him. He vaporized in about 5 seconds. There were some smaller ships but they don't matter as much. We lost some frigs and a small reinforcement group, including a battleship but we still destroyed far more isk than we lost.

The smack talk from the local pirates was glorious however. Whining about blobs and noobs, while they hid in stations, soiling their pods. It cracks me up that they whined about being outnumbered, yet they laugh when their victims in haulers get angry about getting killed by 4-5 battleships. Pirates are the biggest wimps and carebears in EVE. They take no real risks, they seek no real challenge. They are nothing but subhuman gank monkeys, deserving nothing but contempt and derision. I like spoiling their day and our actions allowed a great many haulers and decent players to move freely about the area while the pirates cowered in station. I love it.

I feel another rampage coming...this time in 0.0, involving huge.....warp disruption bubbles! MUAHAHAHA.

1 comment:

Nuyan said...

"Pirates are the biggest wimps and carebears in EVE. They take no real risks, they seek no real challenge. They are nothing but subhuman gank monkeys, deserving nothing but contempt and derision."

No need to generalize really. I'm not a pirate myself, but I think they play a crucial part in Eve and there are a lot of cool pirate groups out there.