I'm swiftly approaching my first Capital specific skill training and it's time to talk a little about my initial thoughts about Capitals (Caps) and what I think will need to change in the future.
When I started playing EVE I did some research about the ships, empires, and general background. It's something I do for pretty much every game I play. As I was reading one of the ship classes that captured my imagination was Carriers. The thought of sending a flight of fighters out to engage the enemy conjured up images of Battlestar Galactica, Wing Commander, and Space: Above and Beyond. Once I started playing and found out the reality of the game I realized getting a Carrier was something a long way into the future.
The future is no longer a long way away though. I should be flying a Chimera or two by spring of next year. I could have made the transition to capitals faster but I took some good advice to work on the basics before even thinking about caps. Thinking about caps is something I've been doing a lot of lately and I'm looking forward to the experience.
Thursday, 19 July 2012
The last blog post talked about T1 cruisers with a promise of more to come. Now it's time to dive into the aspects of T2 cruisers and see if there are any changes which might help. Once again I'm not touching anything Amarr. There are four groups of T2 cruisers; Heavy assault ships, Heavy interdictors, Logistics, and Recons. HIC's and Logis are already in good shape and I'm not sure there is any need to dig into them for corrections. Instead I'm focusing on HACs and Recons.