I'm not so worried about broadcasting for shield. I don't have much trouble clicking on that one in time and if I'm flying a marauder I can tank until I come out of bastion. My main concern is moving around. I'm used to dropping into a site, sitting still, and firing from wherever we land. I might try an HQ sometime just to see how it goes. I need to spend some time looking over the guides so I'm 100% sure what I need to do. If you do do VG I will definitely join up and I'm sure I can handle it. Thanks for the response.
I've been flying VG incursions with the folks at Eve Rookies Incursions for about six months or so. Trained up from a Praxis to a Nightmare to a Vargur. I have a bunch of fun flying with them but they only fly three days per week and if there is no spawn or if I can't make one of their fleets for personal schedule reasons I miss flying. I'm looking for someone else who flies VG regularly. There's a Brazilian group that I fly with sometimes on weekends but they speak Portuguese in discord as just as much fun without the social interaction. I'm mostly looking for afternoon times Eastern time zone US. I'm hesitant to get into HQ because I know it's much more demanding. Eve Rookies doesn't do HQ. I play the game in spite of a physical disability. I do really well in VG but I'm a little bit worried HQ might be beyond my capabilities. I don't want to make excuses for myself but I also don't want to lose a ship or not be able to contribute fully to a fleet and do my part. So bottom line is… Do you do VG? If so when? And if you do only HQ, where are your typical times? I suppose the only way to know if I can do HQ is to try it out. I thought about trying TDF but they are armor and I'm used to flying shield. I haven't checked but I don't know if I have the skills to fly with them and I can't really afford a Paladin. Meanwhile if you got time to kill, here's a video I made about how I play Eve. It's rather long and I don't expect anyone to watch the whole thing but you can get the gist of it in about 10 or 15 minutes.