Fire Up The Machine

Posted on 7th December 2010 by admin in Goings On
I think it’s time we officially open our doors for business. I’m not talking about recruitment, but since most of you are now more experienced with ninja looting, and understand the potential of market scamming, it’s time to delve into my personal favorite EvE pursuit: hauler killing and corporation ransoms. As such, we will be issuing some war decs this week. Sadly, I was not able to find an ideal indy corp (ie one with 200+ members all flying slow transports). Instead, we’ll be looking at corps with 20-30 members that typically fly freighters. These wars will be a frequent occurrence for us in 2011, so be advised: flying a freighter while we are at war is a bad idea. Once our decs are out, we will be a full spectrum pirate corp, with operations in ninja looting, gate camping all sec, ransoming, extortion, scamming, perpetual war, and roaming ops. This is very close to my vision for our corp. Only two things left after this: incursion ninja looting and a wormhole deployed large faction POS for wormhole theft and random null sec camps. In January we will have it all… but first things must come first. We had trouble this month getting in touch with Eve Radio for our recruitment drive. That’s getting fixed as I type this and soon we’ll be on Eve Radio every hour for a month. We’re also sponsoring some Eve Radio contests, and, most symbolically, co-sponsoring Hulkageddon in 2011.
The Wars
I have a few corps already in mind for our decs this week, but instead of hitting 2-3 big corps for a long period of time, we’ll be doing 20-30 man corps frequently for shorter periods of time. We’re going to need a list of future targets though, and will need to keep them coming. I encourage anyone who’s otherwise available to scan freighters at logistical chokepoints in empire and make note of corps carrying high value items. You can submit them either via eve-mail to Gogela or by using the FX7 Forums.
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