Blingy Blap Dreads Dead in J104216

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While these were good kills, for w-space terms, these aren't exactly blingy. Fairly standard if anything.Nonetheless, good job!
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"Have you guys left already?"
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I was logi out on this fleet. Wrik called for T1 cruisers with high dps and neuts, so that they had low(er) sigs and could neut the caps. as the fight started it was becoming clear that the T1 fleet that formed didnt have the dps to handle it. He then pinged for WelpCanes, and test being test, just kinda came with anything in their hanger. Because of the larger sigs of the BCs, they often were alpha'd by the rats and dreads, pretty much getting murdered without broadcasts. We were able to slowly kill the caps, with some of the dreads coasting out of siege and getting repped by triage, primaries were switched and others were taken down instead. The prober was a newgal and just screen shotted her d-scan and showed everyone she could about what was in the wh. *just kinda wrote everything I could think of about the situation, as the article was off a little*
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F1 monkeys
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Wow, didnt know Bruno was FC
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"Deeps on him Deeps on him" lol
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So since you are filthy rich, buy me a blingy redeemer...kthx
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Seeing guys unfamiliar with wormhole sites getting welp'd by Sleepers is worth a chuckle. Nice dread kills though.
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"All deeps on target"*only half the guns cycling*oh test. We love you for this.
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There was a actually a person who probed out the wormhole, and a different person sat in the wh for ~6 hours and waited. Gj to both pilots
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Hey look. Nullsex blobs again.
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Test Alliance: Best of the Worst!
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I was just having fun with some alliteration.
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I hate you
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150 people killing 10 guys passes for news these days? It might have been slightly impressive if you diddnt have to ping for hours to get 150 guys before you grew the balls to attack 10 people.
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PL has no balls without TESTicles support
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Man, WICK HOOBAH is hilarious:"Gaise are you retarded?""If you burned your guns you're pretty bad at life""Jezzus....""Are you gaise TROWLLING me?!""Jezzus gaise! Gaise, really....""YOLO""Can you gaise shut up! Ze hole is not closed!""Can you X up if you lost a battlecruiser...ah nice, zat's perfect so we can go home...dat many! Are you gaise bad?!""No h8 meight....""Wat! How did he die?! I'm not on ze kill!""...and zen we'll do sum hunger games cos we have too much shit in here I think...""I lyke the hornet ecm drones going for the sleepers...good job gaise""Good job on the GIRL, finding dis wormhole""Someone convo him tell him to die!""If you died, mistakes were made, lawl"
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So that Moros is in Siege ? Wait. Not in Siege ? Wait. He is in Siege ? Wait. Not in Siege ? Ahhhh the Revelation is in Siege ? Wait. Not in Siege ? Ahhhh its the OTHER Moros thats in Siege ? Wait. Not in Siege ?
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So where is the blaping at?
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Unimpressed
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You get hostiles in hole you need to immediately figure out how to roll the hole. At least slow down the influx of lemmings looking for a KM.
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I don't know whats worse, having to sit around for hours until you have 150 people in order to take on 10, or the fact that these idiots left an exit open / didn't have eyes on it for so many hours. Everybody is terrible! Welcome to EVE!

HBC Wormhole Capital Kills

On the 19th, a Test Alliance prober found a wormhole. Normally, a prober would peek inside, go check out the towers to see if they are perhaps offline, or check to see if they can find any ships just sitting in space (I picked up a faction-fit Gila a few months ago this way) before leaving the wormhole. Taking a fleet in to shoot things is generally not worth it. However, the prober found a few capitals ratting without any visible sub-caps supporting them.

Word got out to FCs that if they were looking for some capital kills, they could be found a couple jump bridges and a wormhole away in J104216. Wrik Hoover, Pandemic Legion FC, pinged for Welpcanes and smaller to form up quickly and then rolled out. Fingers were crossed that the capitals hadn’t finished ratting by the time the fleet could get to them.

A couple of hero dictors were sent into the wormhole with a warp-in on the capitals. They landed on them and quickly spewed out bubbles. The rest of the gang followed them in and began shooting the sieged dreads. Blackbird heroes, in a valiant effort to keep the dictors alive, attempted to deploy ECM against the support that began landing. Two Archons triaged on the field to keep the support alive while the dreads were left to their own devices as their siege timers counted down.

Amusingly enough, the dreads did not red siege to get remote assistance from the carriers; instead they continued trying to blap the handful of ships Wrik Hoover had brought. Pings went out again for more DPS. Additional battlecruisers and T1 cruisers began streaming into the fight. The first dread went down ten minutes into the engagement, but the fight raged for twenty more.

The smattering of T3 cruisers were simply no match for the numbers quickly arraying against them and they went down hard. The dreads were having some success dispatching the cruisers and battlecruisers. The handful of Oracles that were laying on enormous damage were killed without difficulty,but the dreads simply couldn't kill everything.

In the end, the second siege cycle killed the dreads. From there on, it was a simple matter of neuting down the capitals and finishing them off. Test being Test, Wrik Hoover's fleet proceeded to lose a few ships afterwards to Sleepers in their blind attempt to loot all the shiny off the dead dreads. The final reckoning: 30+ billion ISK worth of bling died. Check out the Eve-Kill battle report.

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Bagehi began playing Eve in 2003 briefly, then returned in 2006. He has been part of IAC, NC, SoCo, and HBC during that time. He has a thing for history, but mostly spends his time IRL in a corner office, staring at financial reports, like a MMD.