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Renovating Providence

I was able to participate in my first CTA for about one and a half weeks today – a lot has happened since my last decent battle report.

The long story short is that Providence region is being divided up into small little pieces by Atlas, Against All Authorities, Systematic Chaos and Ushra’Khan. Sylph alliance has completely gone from the influence map and it won’t be long before CVA disappears entirely also.

Sir Pewalot on an Erebus, waiting for a jump bridge
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Today’s CTA was called in order to complete the take over of R3-K7K just before downtime. It was planned that Systematic Chaos were going to have this system, but -A- and U’K had brought a fleet to assist.

I had the pleasure of flying with my corp mate and long-time blogger Wensley of Rifter Drifter in the tempest here
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The first part of the operation went smoothly – we had to take two titan bridges to get from our home system of GE- into the target system of R3-K7K. The middle system was 9UY – the Ushra’Khan-owned station system that fell a couple of weeks back.

Using only carriers/supercarriers and sub-capitals, we jumped into the target system on top of a small battlecruiser-heavy gate-camp which sensibly bugged out as fast as they could. We then warped to a POS and jumped our small dread fleet in.

carrier fleet aligning to POS
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Next it was the station – We warped everyone to the station and started pew pewing it. I knew that we would likely be doing this so beforehand I contacted my mate at CCP and got them to refit my Megathron with Special GM lasers as you can see in the shot below. This meant the station dropped far more quickly than it would have otherwise.

Super-mega-ultra-pew-pew railguns
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As you can see here: Wensley was a bit slack and didn’t call in any CCP favours and his weapons are somewhat lacking 🙂

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Note the station name: “Science and Slave Augmentation Facility”. This is honourable work we are doing here, removing the slaver blight once and for all.

Nevertheless – there cannot be a battle in providence without some kind of drama. In all this time, despite the fact that Systematic Chaos were going to be given the system, there were no Sys-K pilots in our fleet, nor in local until just before the station was about to die (about half structure). Then a couple popped in and unanchored their Sovereignty Blockade Units, rendering the station invulnerable and preventing the system take-over just before down time.

I don’t yet know the fallout from this, hopefully it is not a prelude to war between -A- and Sys-K. I don’t think so because they’re involved in their own war at the moment apparently and they probably just didn’t want the system to be theirs anyway, but they went about it the entirely wrong way.

Now, after downtime, we’ll have to anchor our own SBU’s and wait for three hours while they anchor and online, then siege the station again – another five days of sieging……. bah. such is life in 0.0.

Also: Hi everyone reading this via Capsuleer! *waves* It feels good to be part of the blog pack! I’d appreciate some feedback: I base my blog very heavily on screenshots. is it easier to read the blog with full shots like above, or with clickable thumbnails like this:

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  1. Jacabon mere
    March 4, 2010 at 12:06

    Full size is best for the iPhone.

    And enjoying your blog so far. Hope to see and read plenty more from you.

  2. manasi
    March 4, 2010 at 12:33

    I don’t think war is on the horizon, some idiot neighbors ( C0ven & SE) decided they wanted to fight so we had to pull out and head back to Esoteria. Believe me I woudl have liked to have been able to stay in r3- and help rid the place of the scum that reside there but sadly we were recalled back. I will divulge more info as it seems appropriate.

  3. March 4, 2010 at 18:22

    Big pictures are better IMO. I am still waiting to see the name change in Prov on the big map! Bye CVA…

  4. March 4, 2010 at 19:01

    INdeed, big pics.

  5. Phillip
    March 5, 2010 at 06:15

    Yep, I use Capsuleer on the iPhone, the big shots are best!

  6. Conley
    March 6, 2010 at 16:27

    I am using capsuleer ATM and please keep using full screen shots, if I have to click on a picture it takes me out of eve and I forget what post in what blog i was in

  7. Maxwell Muhilo
    March 8, 2010 at 18:47

    Please do not use the thumbnails. To do so would mean that I have to leave capsuleer to see every single one. And, as capsuleer doesn’t open back to the post you were reading, this is very inconveniant.

  8. Maxwell Muhilo
    March 8, 2010 at 18:50

    However, please do leave an “Add comment” at the bottem. That way I can just jump to your page instead of having to search for it as there is no link included in capsuleer

    • evemonkey
      March 8, 2010 at 20:23

      There’s a link at the top of the page – does that not display?

  1. March 6, 2010 at 13:17

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