Maximus EnvictoTalon

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  1. [WTS] Hyperion Hull /w guns and tank mods

    Sounds like a good fundraiser.
  2. [WTS] Hyperion Hull /w guns and tank mods

    LOL I thought about it but I found two newbs looking for a home in eve. I will end up gifting one a mael and the other a hype. Maybe the end up sacrifices for the Blood God. Gonna have to drown the galaxy in blood some how.
  3. [WTS] Hyperion Hull /w guns and tank mods

    If you can fit the full fit and have it in amarr, contract me for 300mil. Thanks Max
  4. Command Core Tools: User Interface Pointers

    Thank you for this
  5. You were kicked from fleet....

    If you have recieved a mail and kick at the completion of site, chances are you were kicked. There are many reasons you might have been kicked. This list is not exclusive or all inclusive but if you are looking to be a better pilot and not end up out of fleet; do not do these things: Adaptive invuls were off. Yes your fcs and lms are looking at your ship. If they remain unused, your ship will probably remain unused in dock up. It is a fleet safety matter. Logi is not here to save everyone who thinks they can save on cap or live dangerously. You were not consistently with the fleet. FCs notice when you are not on grid. The point of running the sites is to run them. Shoot things. Rep things. DON'T DIE. Have fun. If you are not gonna be there, some one else will gladly take your spot. You were not shooting. If you are in a ship with guns or missiles and you can't find time to shoot, then this is probably not the thing for you. Incursions can get a little boring at times but they get more interesting the higher the percentage of participation. The more people shooting; the faster site times get. You stopped locking up shield broadcasts. If you are a logi and you stopped locking up fleet members who need your help, then its time to put the reppers away and dock up. WTM doesn't function without its logi. WTM has always been grateful for them but if you aren't repping then you are not a logi. You shot tag J. Tag J is a safety tag. If you shoot it, expect to get kicked. No excuses. Sitting at the beacon. If you are the last boat at the beacon and the site is in full swing, chances are you will hear your name followed by "burn off the beacon and find your anchor." Everyone messes up and forgets to q align or press keep at range every once in a while. If you have to be told repeatedly, you are gonna get replaced with some who will pay attention and participate. Didn't drop your drones. In WTM fleets, a full fleet of drones can be 1.5 to 2 vindis worth of damage. If you believe that one or two people don't make a big difference, imagine what happens when 10 or 20 pilots don't drop their drones. Those tpphs that can take 20 minutes complete could take 1/2 hour. Sites times increase. Fleet sites around waiting for rats to die. It isn't fun. Drop your drones, assign them to assist and pick them back up before the room is done. Improper fits. There is a trust that exists between commanders and line members. We trust you to come to fleet with what you x up with. Break that trust and you might not be caught the first time or the fifth time. When you are caught, it will probably be a perma band. Fly the right fits. Couldn't use what you x'ed up with. The idea behind the community is have fun, make isk and run some sites. Do not bring anything you can't use. This goes for drones, guns, tank mods, prop mods or anything else. Don't cheat yourself. Don't cheat the fleet. Didn't broadcast. Maybe you could not take your attention from a screaming child, a pet who needs your attention, your phone or game of thrones but you need to broadcast on time. Not only are you saving your ship but potentially the next 3 ships. Aggro splits when things die. Losing ships after another ship is loss is more common than people think. Pay attention and participate. Leroying. You took a gate you were not supposed to and it potentially could have cost you your ship, the fleet's site time or some one else's ship. Everyone wants to fly but ask for gate status always. Enough mails for SRP start with "Leroy site and then..." Broke RULE 1: Don't be a dick. We are a community. Try and get along. Believe it or not, there are bunch of cool people who fly our fleets. Yes, we all have issues but please be at the very least civil. You don't have to be kind but civil. Argued with Commanders. Commanders are not always the nicest of people. I am barely civilized but we all try to help and keep fleets running safely so we all can make iskies. We don't get paid extra. We have to put up with each other and, believe it or not, we often get into arguments trying to provide you with the best content. Yes, we literally have drama trying to give you the best incursion experience we can. We try to help you be a better part of the fleet. We all understand that the best run fleets are built on you guys doing the right things at the right times. Sandbagging. Sandbagging is general term for not actively participating. Chances are, if you have a mail that says you were sandbagging; you are probably doing several of the items in this list. Did not follow instructions. FCs can get pretty boring sometimes. However, they are not saying random words in the mic. FCs and LMs call instructions to keep the fleet safe and moving. There is a reason for each call out and instruction. It's just like making a bowl of cereal. If you pour the millk before you have a bowl or cereal, you just have split milk and a mess. Follow instructions. Commanders have had the reason for these instructions drilled into their brains to help you earn more iskies. If you think you know better, either apply for a badge or leave fleet. Didn't listen. If you got a mail with, "please come back when you can listen..." then probably a commander tried to tell you something or get your attention but for whatever reason you didn't have your ears on. Music was too loud, muted your speakers, wiring problem, asleep at the keyboard, watching game of thrones or whatever. We need to be able reach you in case of an emergency at the worst and have you follow directions that best. We might be bouncing to a better site. We might be trying to stop you from losing your ship. If you can't hear us then we need to replace you with some one who can. Catch back up with us when the episode is over or you got your speakers fixed. You didn't respond. I have literally watched people miss out on the opportunity to earn free isk or a fully fit vindi because they just didn't respond. I have also watched people lose their ships because the could not be bother to respond. No one is out get you. Pay attention to your surroundings. Not shooting the right targets. It doesn't matter if you shooting 4 targets with 2 turrets a piece or shooting tag B when full fleet was told to shoot tag 1. There are definite reasons why we shoot what we shoot when we shoot. It is not for shits and giggles. you should group your guns and shoot the appropriate tag. It's that simple. Remember this is not a complete list. These are just a sample. The overall idea is to participate and have fun. We are just a bunch of nerds flying internet space ships. Let's not take ourselves too seriously but still please try to be a decent person to those that fly with you. See you in fleet o7 Max
  6. Preparing to Apply to the WTM FC Program

    o7 If you are serious about being a FC for WTM, there are a few things to prepare for. This guide is going to step through some of them but it is not intended to be all inclusive. This is designed for the average case. As an Training FC [T-badge], you will be required to display traits of a good FC that are observed and recorded by full badge FCs [F-badges], Logi Masters and/or Certified Trainers [CFTs/CLTs/MTs]. If they are convinced that you can do what is required of you in certain area, that commander will give you a sign off. This guide will not promise you an edge on getting sign-offs but this will give you an edge on the application. Character Skills and items Skills to fly an optimal battleship. You should be able to fly an optimal battleship. It really helps to fly a sniper and vindi You can choose between the Nightmare and Macherial. Both are optimal in their own right It is recommended that you own An optimal battleship It isn't required that you have the optimal fit for that ship It helps to have the deadspace tank for at least one of those ships Nice to have but not required A sniper [at least a standard fit] a vindi [at least a standard fit] bowhead for transport A logi of choice [basi or scimi] Only buy a booster and the fitting after you have been accepted. Listed in the Rules and Regulations [R&R] are some skills you will need to fly a booster. You will need these in order to get a sign off required This is a lengthy train. It helps to be done with the majority of the train before applying Read the R&R on the required skills for boosters Get the Republic Fleet Implant. Don't plug it in or create clone for the use until you have been accepted Experience You are gonna need to be active in the community Fly in fleet The governing council reserves the right to change the activity requirement on a case by case basis. This alone has caused strife in the community on numerous cases. To avoid this: Fly at least twice a week for a month in different time zones with different FCs. Fly in EU TZ. Fly in US TZ. Fly more if you can. Volunteer for Roles Having a vindi comes in handy here. With a Vindi you can volunteer for three different roles DDD, VVV and HHH Volunteer a lot even if you don't know the role or are horrible at it. Be known for flying well and being active The more you fly; the more you learn. Leading a fleet in incursions is all about good habits, learning how to fly them better and knowing where to find information. There is a culture you need to pick up. Some of it is terrible. Some of it great. Learn the better parts You are gonna need the isk to buy ships, mods, rigs, implants and/or skill injectors. When you become a T-badge, you are gonna need to fly, a lot. Set aside time. Like 4-8 hours a week Don't apply to be a T-badge if you have serious time commitments that really demanding. Real Life Comes First Attitude WTM has a wide range of commanders. The majority of them are respectful and decent folk. You are going to be expected to be as decent; if not more. Chances are you are not going to be the best thing to hit incursions since vindis and leshaks but that is ok. Come to WTM to fly, have fun and learn. When you become a full badge, stay in the fleets to have fun Becoming a T-badge does not mean you get to do whatever you want and act as you wish. It is a community. It is built around being new pilot friendly and being about the line pilot experience.
  7. Could someones explain me bloper blogerr or which ever his name is

    The man is a legend. Ask him
  8. 2 ReSeBo Basi

    This isn't an apples to apples compare. The idea of using 2 resebos is pretty cool but the ship has to be completely replaceable in utility by its standard version with the exception of the resebos. Same repping power, cap delta, cap transfer amount, speed, tank, sig, etc. You could make the argument for the tank but you would need to shuffle things around to fix the cap stability issue.
  9. Logi School

    @Johnny Raye I stirred the pot and I did not turn up any results. Sorry. Please keep a watch on the waitlist and the warpto the logi channel for best chance to catch a logi school.
  10. Logi School

    I apologize. They are held usually when residents come through and hold a logi school. I will make rounds and see if there is a Logi Master, Certified Logi Trainer or a resident that will teach. Please, standby.
  11. Hello from the TVP Community!

    o7, 1) Noted. I am one that likes to give the DDD that edge in the tcrc and I find that if webbed it takes a few seconds more. yeah it does take more time. Point noted. 2) I have debated this. Mostly I do not run this site as often anymore due to the dual boxer. I also debated that a paint will probably make all the difference in the world. Sig radius plays more heavily into hit formulas than tracking if I can remember correctly. 3) Noted. I run more logi heavy than most fcs but I also run more kitchen sink fleets than most fcs. I do like to hedge my bets. As Tohkay said, there isn't much reason to risk more for the same gain. In the last focus, I ran an average of under 10 minutes from payout to payout in tcrcs with an average travel of 35km-ish between sites. It is not incredibly fast but for a fleet of non-optimized, no-stress/no-drama, no ascendancy clones with a hefty sprinkle of newbie pilots; it is not that bad. I am not going to contest fleets but I really don't have to. I just have to keep my fleet motivated, moving and taking sites ahead of tdf, nga and the golem dude. Thank you for your feedback. I have noted that tvp maybe would have survived longer if they had more been aggressive in getting prospects a training badge. I would have been flying tvp if that were the case. Shit happens. See you in fleet o7
  12. DPS Anchor Points

    Always nice to remember, we all mess up. If you are not on target a few times, don't sweat it. Just adjust your position. Use the 'Q' positioning and the tactical overview.
  13. Long Time No See

    o7 wb Skylar
  14. Logi School

    LOGI SCHOOL! There will be a logi school on the 25th of August @ 2200 EVE taught by me. (This works out to 24th of August @ 8PM Eastern US). As always this will be at the DOCKUP posted in Warp To Me Incursions MOTD. I prefer you show up in a wtm logi boat to get the complete experience. If you don't have a logi boat you can come as you are. See you in fleet o7 Max
  15. Logi School

    Hey, I am just saying it is possible Poidy. LOL