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Aderata Nonkin
Amarr
Posted - 2011.02.14 09:40:00 - [1]
 

Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 09:44:28
I recently flew around in lowsec with a buddy of mine to see if we could hunt down some easy victims. Yes, we were bored. Turns out everyone flew away, scared to engage into combat with us, even though our ships were nothing to write home to mummy about.

My conclusion is, after spending several hours in lowsec, that people in general have grown soft and only flex their muscles in lowsec because "that's how it is". I feel sorry for you chickens.

Despicable scum. Rolling Eyes

Kitty McKitty
Gallente
In Praise Of Shadows
Posted - 2011.02.14 09:49:00 - [2]
 

So hunting easy victims is brave is it?

0/10

Jowen Datloran
Caldari
Science and Trade Institute
Posted - 2011.02.14 09:56:00 - [3]
 

Edited by: Jowen Datloran on 14/02/2011 09:58:19
So from your own description: Apparently there are no 'easy victims' in low sec, or you just plain suck at hunting people.

I can only assume you are talking about yourself when refering to a 'care bear' in low sec space.

Aderata Nonkin
Amarr
Posted - 2011.02.14 10:03:00 - [4]
 

Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 10:03:16
Originally by: Jowen Datloran
So from your own description: Apparently there are no 'easy victims' in low sec, or you just plain suck at hunting people.



They run away with their tails behind their legs, afraid of engaging in combat even though the terms are pretty much equal. We didn't hunt freighters or anything of the kind, we wanted a challenge and nobody was up for it. Only makes me believe that lowsec is for losers and I shan't go back there anytime soon.

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I can only assume you are talking about yourself when refering to a 'care bear' in low sec space.



Sorry I don't care much for your flawed opinions and assumptions, especially when you base it on your, obvious, illiterate skills.

Rashmika Clavain
Gallente
Posted - 2011.02.14 10:07:00 - [5]
 

Edited by: Rashmika Clavain on 14/02/2011 10:11:27

Lern 2 tackle tbfh.

I get plenty of 1v1 in low sec, let alone small gang PVP. If you want some low sec PVP, go roam Black Rise or ideally come to Nisuwa.

Oh and your post here made me "lol"; especially after reading what you've said here... delicious irony!

Aderata Nonkin
Amarr
Posted - 2011.02.14 10:14:00 - [6]
 

Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 10:14:31
Originally by: Rashmika Clavain
If you want some low sec PVP, go roam Black Rise or ideally come to Nisuwa.



Thanks. I'll give it a look.


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Oh and your post here made me lol after reading this what you've said here... delicious irony!



I'm glad I could make someone laugh. I only write common sense truths; any miner carebear crying about people being mean to him and his carebear attitude should leave the game and take up RL farming.

MiningSlave01
Posted - 2011.02.14 10:17:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: Aderata Nonkin
Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 09:44:28
I recently flew around in lowsec with a buddy of mine to see if we could hunt down some easy victims ...


Originally by: Aderata Nonkin
Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 10:03:16
Only we wanted a challenge and nobody was up for it


Yeah because you aren't full of ****. Come back when you can even get your own story straight.

Aubrey Addams
Posted - 2011.02.14 10:40:00 - [8]
 

Hi,

I'm relatively new to this game and the pvp, but on the weekend, I built a little Rifter and fly a whole day in low and nullsec, but I can't really figure out how to find targets. I used the on-board scanner and check belts, but found noone. Sometimes some1 flew in when I was doing a DED2. So how can you find targets for pvp?

Aderata Nonkin
Amarr
Posted - 2011.02.14 11:01:00 - [9]
 

Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 11:01:12
Originally by: MiningSlave01
Come back when you can even get your own story straight.



My story is straight as an arrow bud, nothing wrong with it. We couldn't find a challenge nor could we find anyone easy to kill because they all ran away.

Maybe you're one of these chickens that scuttled along and now end up feeling hurt by the truth? In that case I suggest you stick to highsec where you belong. Nothing wrong with that and you shouldn't feel to ashamed of it. But you're still a carebear.

Aderata Nonkin
Amarr
Posted - 2011.02.14 11:04:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Aubrey Addams
I can't really figure out how to find targets.



That's because there aren't any. They all hang out in nullsec being arrogant. As soon as they hit lowsec they become scared cats and scurry away at the first sight of engagement.

Illwill Bill
Svea Crusaders
Posted - 2011.02.14 11:18:00 - [11]
 

As I see it, the low-sec population is too large!Sad

Vihura
Posted - 2011.02.14 11:25:00 - [12]
 

Edited by: Vihura on 14/02/2011 11:26:49
Edited by: Vihura on 14/02/2011 11:26:11
Edited by: Vihura on 14/02/2011 11:25:44
Go to border hi/low sec system in caldari space and you will be murdered(use map and last 24 pod killed option) but im sure you avoid this systems.

Richard Christy
Posted - 2011.02.14 11:33:00 - [13]
 

lol. Fanny.

Rina Maas
Caldari
Posted - 2011.02.14 11:34:00 - [14]
 

Originally by: Aderata Nonkin
Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 09:44:28
I recently flew around in lowsec with a buddy of mine to see if we could hunt down some easy victims. Yes, we were bored. Turns out everyone flew away, scared to engage into combat with us, even though our ships were nothing to write home to mummy about.


Not scared, paying attention to avoid being ganked. It is not possible to know the kind of ships that will attack, so unless prepared - it is always advisable to run or hide.

It is also common practice for scouts to tackle first - swiftly followed by a mini blob. Which is why people rarely engage unless they are acting as bait with a counter blob in reserve.

Being cautious and sensible does not equal afraid. If they were afraid, they would not be in low sec now would they?

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My conclusion is, after spending several hours in lowsec, that people in general have grown soft and only flex their muscles in lowsec because "that's how it is". I feel sorry for you chickens.

Despicable scum. Rolling Eyes


You are obviously the soft one and chicken****. Looking for soft targets, yet failing completely to find one (let alone manage to tackle one).

You thought you could flex YOUR muscle against an unsuspecting victim - and failed. If you stayed around long enough I daresay you would of been baited and popped....




Aderata Nonkin
Amarr
Posted - 2011.02.14 11:35:00 - [15]
 

Originally by: Vihura
Go to border hi/low sec system in caldari space and you will be murdered



I seriously doubt that sport, but thanks for the heads up.

xVALERIAx
Caldari
Posted - 2011.02.14 11:56:00 - [16]
 

'drawn a conclusion after "several hours" on a game thats been running for 9 years'

just lol




Amael Galenus
Mighty Moshin Emo Rangers
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:00:00 - [17]
 

Maybe if you actually lived in low sec (as opposed to dipping your toe in occasionally before running back to empire) you'd realise why people who live there are so skittish - solo or small gang (1-5 people) PvP is very rare - everyone has backup a jump or two away, people scout, people set up traps and one or two people arriving in a system will be seen as tacklers or scouts for a blob that's waiting to jump into the system.

Low sec is more dangerous to live in than nullsec - there are no borders or controls and roaming gangs move quick. Those who live there have to react quickly to any threat as 9 times out of 10, it'll turn into a blob that will take a few hours of navigating a hauler through gate camps to recover from... they also learn to pick their fights very carefully, on their terms, not yours.

If you really want to find PvP in lowsec then go solo in Placid and track down your targets... you know, use your intelligence, use the directional scanner & probes and WORK for your kills instead of taking the lazy approach and expecting everything to be handed to you, pre bound, on a platter... or try calling the locals chickens & despicable scum and see how long you last Laughing

Also, post with your main... or are you a chicken? Wink

I Love Boobies
Amarr
All Hail Boobies
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:05:00 - [18]
 

Check out Amamake, or maybe Rancer. I am sure there are people there who would be willing to oblige you in your endeavors. Smile

Aderata Nonkin
Amarr
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:10:00 - [19]
 

Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 12:11:14
Originally by: Amael Galenus
The truth of the matter is that people conduct their business and pvp in nullsec these days and let the carebears roam free in lowsec. No matter what your theories might be about things that is how it is right now.


I entered lowsec fully prepared to engage in combat and expecting to lose my ship. That would be fine with me. Sure, people might put the occasional trap or call on their buddies (which someone actually did at one point, lol) but that doesn't diminish my experience of lowsec as a tired, quiet area where nobody does anything of value.

Based on what I've seen I wouldn't hesitate to move into lowsec, take my family and pets with me, and live there happily ever after.


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Low sec is more dangerous to live in than nullsec


I seriously doubt that. It has become the breeding ground for funfair carebears who like to strike their e-peen against the wind and think they're tough guys.


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If you really want to find PvP in lowsec then go solo in Placid and track down your targets...


Thanks for the tip sport, but I kinda know how to do it.


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Also, post with your main... or are you a chicken? Wink


I think I'll stick to what everyone else is doing - using a secretary of defense.

TimMc
Brutal Deliverance
Gypsy Band
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:31:00 - [20]
 

Why are you feeding the troll?

Nova Fox
Gallente
Novafox Shipyards
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:32:00 - [21]
 

Im sorry Im just a fox, I have no business confronting a wolf and we all know wolves are pack animals usually.

Captain Die
Sebiestor Tribe
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:33:00 - [22]
 

So where exactly did you roam in this 'low sec'?

Halcyon Ingenium
Caldari
Bene Gesserit ChapterHouse
Sanctuary Pact
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:33:00 - [23]
 

Originally by: Aderata Nonkin
Thanks for the tip sport, but I kinda know how to do it.


Then go do it and stop whining.

Amael Galenus
Mighty Moshin Emo Rangers
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:34:00 - [24]
 

Originally by: Aderata Nonkin
Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 12:11:14
Originally by: Amael Galenus
The truth of the matter is that people conduct their business and pvp in nullsec these days and let the carebears roam free in lowsec. No matter what your theories might be about things that is how it is right now.

If you're going to reply to me, then reply to what I actually wrote - typing whatever you like and surrounding it in quote tags from me so that you can reply to what you just wrote only makes you look like a crazy person m'kay?

Originally by: Aderata Nonkin
Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 12:11:14I entered lowsec fully prepared to engage in combat and expecting to lose my ship. That would be fine with me. Sure, people might put the occasional trap or call on their buddies (which someone actually did at one point, lol) but that doesn't diminish my experience of lowsec as a tired, quiet area where nobody does anything of value.

Based on what I've seen I wouldn't hesitate to move into lowsec, take my family and pets with me, and live there happily ever after.


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Low sec is more dangerous to live in than nullsec


I seriously doubt that. It has become the breeding ground for funfair carebears who like to strike their e-peen against the wind and think they're tough guys.

Simple fact of the matter is that you admit that you live in empire, not low sec - you don't have enough experience of low sec and therefore don't know what you're talking about. People here are trying to tell you what the reality is (i.e. when you stay there for more than a day) but you're taking the approach of sticking your fingers in your ears and shouting "I substitute reality for my own!"

Live in low sec for a while (like I said, I'd recommend Placid) and then by all mean come back and complain about all the "carebears roaming free in lowsec"... just make sure that you do it on your main though as we'd like to be able to see how many kills/losses that you get from the "carebears" living there Wink

MatrixSkye Mk2
Minmatar
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:35:00 - [25]
 

So which is it? You wanted "easy victims" or you wanted a "challenge"? Rolling Eyes

Your posts are riddled with inconsistencies. Hell, I'm not even sure who you're calling chicken, as it can easily apply to you as well.


Captain Die
Sebiestor Tribe
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:36:00 - [26]
 

Originally by: Aderata Nonkin

Thanks for the tip sport, but I kinda know how to do it.



Apparently you don't.

Aderata Nonkin
Amarr
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:47:00 - [27]
 

Originally by: MatrixSkye Mk2
So which is it? You wanted "easy victims" or you wanted a "challenge"? Rolling Eyes


I don't think my post was an inconsistency as much as maybe I wasn't clear enough on the subject. We went into lowsec to find "easy victims" to kill but there was none to find as they probably don't hang out in lowsec for various reasons.

We therefore went on to find us some challenges and there were none of that either, mainly because they ran away at the first sight of us coming. Thus leading me to think lowsec is void of anything worthy of my time.

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Your posts are riddled with inconsistencies.


Don't start with your hyperbole just yet, too early in the week for that sort of thing.

The Djego
Minmatar
Hellequin Inc.
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:54:00 - [28]
 

Originally by: Aderata Nonkin

I recently flew around in lowsec with a buddy of mine to see if we could hunt down some easy victims. Yes, we were bored. Turns out everyone flew away, scared to engage into combat with us, even though our ships were nothing to write home to mummy about.


People running away from pvp since years. Fit a point, tackle people, kill them.

And welcome to low sec, enjoy your stay.

Aderata Nonkin
Amarr
Posted - 2011.02.14 12:56:00 - [29]
 

Edited by: Aderata Nonkin on 14/02/2011 12:57:11
Originally by: Amael Galenus
If you're going to reply to me, then reply to what I actually wrote - typing whatever you like and surrounding it in quote tags from me so that you can reply to what you just wrote only makes you look like a crazy person m'kay?


Sorry about that, I must have been a little too fast on the quote finger. This laptop is a bit annoying to write on (Dell Latitude) as well; if your hands come too close to the pad, text switch places and/or disappear altogether. I'm sure I wanted to quote you and not myself in that particular situation.

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Live in low sec for a while (like I said, I'd recommend Placid) and then by all mean come back and complain about all the "carebears roaming free in lowsec"...


Oh, you can count on that. This wasn't the first time I did an excursion into lowsec, even though that's what you might think, and the results have been the same every time.

Thanks to creating this thread I seem to have got a few areas I'm going to try out. I doubt it'd be any different but at least there's hope.


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just make sure that you do it on your main though as we'd like to be able to see how many kills/losses that you get from the "carebears" living there Wink


You have probably found out already that this particular character wouldn't be able to hurt a space flee so I don't think it would be appropriate to do anything fancy. My main however is good enough to cause problems for most wannabe-tough guys in lowsec. In any case I wouldn't be traversing there alone.

Aderata Nonkin
Amarr
Posted - 2011.02.14 13:00:00 - [30]
 

Originally by: The Djego
People running away from pvp since years.


Must have been many years ago in that case. I used to remember lowsec as a free-for-all wild west. These days it's the middle ground for people who are too afraid of null but don't want to admit they reside in highsec.

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And welcome to low sec, enjoy your stay.


Thank you. I will indeed. Cool


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