Thursday, June 19, 2014

Looking forward

What to do next?

I think I'd like to shoot some people.

Now, the problem I have with pvp is that most of the time it doesn't mean anything. People don't run out of money, and they expect to lose their ships, so it doesn't matter to them when if actually happens. At least that's the case in null and WH, and lowsec is literally fight club.

As far as I'm concerned, pvp that doesn't affect the other person's gameplay is pointless and dreary. I can't affect people in nullsec, or low, or WH, but maybe I can in high.

I'd like to see if I can kill a corporation, so I'm going to see how I like highsec wardecs. To this end I've dropped my combat characters from my industrial corp to create "Eden Frontier", and will be searching for a target for a trial run.


  1. In what way are you looking to affect people?
    Will you wardec a corp with some newbie miners to chase them out of the game, are you talking about a typical high sec corp that offers everything mining/missions/industry and pvp or will you go for high sec alt corps of nullsec alliances?

    Is that why people like high sec wardecs and ganking? Because their victims care more about unwanted losses and give tears?

    1. It's literally impossible for me to force somebody to close their corporation, or quit the game, or get mad. All I can do is force them to react to me; how they choose to do so is up to them.

      As for people who get mad about games, shooting them (ingame) is doing god's work.