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acouex
ACME HARDWARE
Fade 2 Black
Posted - 2011.05.26 11:06:00 - [1]
 

Hey,

I have done some wormholing in the past and i have really enjoyed it and i want to start doing it again, what i want to do is to have a ship which can solo C1's and C2's and if possible C3's i've heard that the sleipner is quite good but i dont know how to fit it, could someone tell me some good ships which would be able to do these wormholes solo and have a probe launcher on i can fly Gallente, Amarr, Minmatar fairly well and can afford most ships but i would prefer not to use a T3. Can anyone help me choose.

Thank you
Acouex

Neuge
Posted - 2011.05.26 11:30:00 - [2]
 

C3 will make you the most isk solo (with a salvager alt)... A loki works quite well, you can probably fit one for under 1 billion and it will be relatively effective.

Not sure about the sleip, it will not have a problem in a c1 or c2, but as I say, c3 will net you the most; 50-75m every site, which can take 20 minutes, so you could be looking at a potential 150-200m hour, all depends on salvage.

Daneel Trevize
Gallente
Posted - 2011.05.26 11:36:00 - [3]
 

Psst, BVN are in your Alliance atm, ask them Razz

Mr Kidd
Posted - 2011.05.26 12:07:00 - [4]
 

A number of ships may be used. But there's only one that will allow you to do site without a lot of hassle and wasted time: Tengu. We've an alliance member that says he solo's c3's in his Dominix, though I'm not quite sure I believe how effective he says it is. I've seen a Nighthawk solo C3's. Drake can solo C3 anomalies.

The reality is when soloing, you want to do the sites as quickly as possible before you are detected. Running anomalies make you extremely vulnerable. You literally will be placing yourself in a situation where if you survive, it will be entirely due to chance because oft times you will never see them coming. You can be detected on dscan and the majority of sites you will be doing, anomalies, can be found without probes. With the onboard scanner change, the chance that a hunter may be detected by making a mistake is near 0. My condolences to your corp if you push head long into this.

Biggles AU
Posted - 2011.05.26 14:23:00 - [5]
 

Originally by: Daneel Trevize
Psst, BVN are in your Alliance atm, ask them Razz


this

Kerowyn's
Posted - 2011.05.27 05:23:00 - [6]
 

Originally by: Mr Kidd
A number of ships may be used. But there's only one that will allow you to do site without a lot of hassle and wasted time: Tengu. We've an alliance member that says he solo's c3's in his Dominix, though I'm not quite sure I believe how effective he says it is. I've seen a Nighthawk solo C3's. Drake can solo C3 anomalies.

The reality is when soloing, you want to do the sites as quickly as possible before you are detected. Running anomalies make you extremely vulnerable. You literally will be placing yourself in a situation where if you survive, it will be entirely due to chance because oft times you will never see them coming. You can be detected on dscan and the majority of sites you will be doing, anomalies, can be found without probes. With the onboard scanner change, the chance that a hunter may be detected by making a mistake is near 0. My condolences to your corp if you push head long into this.


There are ways to minimise this, reduce and bubble your static/s keep a probe out at all times to check for new sigs, keep a good eye on directional etc, its not all doom and gloom.

Mr Kidd
Posted - 2011.05.27 11:46:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: Kerowyn's
Originally by: Mr Kidd
A number of ships may be used. But there's only one that will allow you to do site without a lot of hassle and wasted time: Tengu. We've an alliance member that says he solo's c3's in his Dominix, though I'm not quite sure I believe how effective he says it is. I've seen a Nighthawk solo C3's. Drake can solo C3 anomalies.

The reality is when soloing, you want to do the sites as quickly as possible before you are detected. Running anomalies make you extremely vulnerable. You literally will be placing yourself in a situation where if you survive, it will be entirely due to chance because oft times you will never see them coming. You can be detected on dscan and the majority of sites you will be doing, anomalies, can be found without probes. With the onboard scanner change, the chance that a hunter may be detected by making a mistake is near 0. My condolences to your corp if you push head long into this.


There are ways to minimise this, reduce and bubble your static/s keep a probe out at all times to check for new sigs, keep a good eye on directional etc, its not all doom and gloom.


Oh I agree. I know people that do this. Unfortunately, it's not very practical once you get beyond a corporation with more than 2 - 3 people plus their alts in a wh. People are always wanting to go do something outside the hole or bring in stuff/pi with alts.

And besides, with the frequency people are coming through your hole these days, you can't even be relatively sure you don't have an opening anyway.


 

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