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    Hey Logibros, I've been experimenting with a proactive Cap Transfer to reduce cap calls in NRF and TPPH sites, this should not be worried about in a TCRC. So far it seems to be very successful, at keeping the fleet moving, and I'd like to get feedback from others on their experiences with it. The process is pretty simple: LC assigns as equal a distribution of DPS ships as possible to each basi pilot in fleet. If there are 10 DPS and 4 basi's, assign 3 dps to 2 basi's, and 2 DPS to the last 2 Basi's. The LC should always take a lesser number if there is one as he has other responsibilities. The Basi pilots add those DPS ships to their watch list at the very bottom. When no outuni are present on grid lock one of the DPS ships, cap 3-4 cycles, then unlock that one and lock the next one on your list, and rotate through. Explanation of Purpose: First, reduce fleet need to call for cap, increasing efficiency. Second, how often do you see someone request cap just seconds before an Outuni spawn? If that person pulls the Outuni aggro how much does their risk increase because of their already low capacitor? If they don't pull the aggro, then how much of their DPS can they apply to the Outuni extending the duration the Outuni is on grid? Third, how often do we see 3 or 4 broadcasts for cap at the same time or within seconds of each other? If one of those broadcasts gets missed DPS drops and fleet slows down. Before people try to defend the standard way, I too occasionally don't feel like this is necessary. If you're the LC ask your basi's if they're willing to do this in Basi chat, if they aren't skip over them, if they are balance the DPS with them as much as possible. The added advantage of this is often you can catch a switch much faster because you can see it on the watch list as it happens. I know a lot of people say they don't want to be slaves to poor cap skills, but remember this is a new bro community a lot of new players pushed skills hard to get into the minimum fits to be able to join fleets. Final Note: All cap requests take precedence over this as it is just a method of reducing the flood of demand. Just a thought I've been exploring and thought I would share it with you guys.
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    I'm always down to fly logi, and strange/curious things are fun. I'm sure I can drag a friend or two to help as well.
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    Hello Gallente Pilot! WTM just loves attentive newbros trying to join into WTM fleets! You are indeed in the right place if you want to do some incursions. It is totally fine to join in-game chat for you. Actually it is even recommended. In the MOTD you will find a couple of really useful links for you. The 2 top being probably the Warp To Me Rookie Guide , and the WTM Fitting Website. These will probably answer most of your questions. But you can browse through the MOTD for other stuff too if you feel like it! For you (and for most of the newbros honestly) i'd recommend to look at the Hyperion first and try to get into one, it is a fairly cheap starter ship, and maybe you already have some skills for it! If you find out that you like incursions after some time and this is a thing you want to do and earned enough ISK, then you can look at the Vindicator and try to switch into it from the Hyperion. It is one of out optimal hulls and a really fun ship to fly. Welcome to Warp To Me!