Posted - 2011.06.23 15:01:00 - [1
Edited by: Daokao on 23/06/2011 15:04:40
Edited by: Daokao on 23/06/2011 15:03:27
Edited by: Daokao on 23/06/2011 15:02:12
I love playing Gallente. I know they're "low tier" as far as most ships go but I'm stubborn. Plus, CCP will buff them anyway. Eventually.
At any rate, this is my plan of action:
Finish Core Skills (1 month)-Mechanics 5, Hull Upgrades 5, Engineering 5, etc. should all be finished training in 1 month
Run Level IV missions with my Dominix
Train toward Assault Frigate, get all T2 frigate skills to at least 3 (1~ month)-Okay, so none of the Gallente T2 frigates are especially noteworthy (besides the pirate faction ones, which I'll get at some point) but I'm thinking I should have the ability to fly these "cheap" ships so I can save my investment for ramping up my income. I know that the Kitsune is the only worth-while EWAR ship but the Gallente one looks like the second best one, so why not? I also love the T2 Atron.
Train toward Heavy Assault (2~ months) - The Gallente heavy assaults look like decent PVE or PVP ships. I assume I can do level V missions in them? Or just up to IV?
Train toward Onieros (1~ month) - I hear this is what's needed on incursions. Sounds great to me and it fits in well with heavy assault training.
And then from there, I suppose it would depend on where things go with my corp, how much money I have available, etc. but I would consider raising my skills to the point where I can comfortably pilot a Thanatos - which is probably a year's worth of training.
How does this sound as a basic layout? Basically, I want to have access to all the fundamentally useful ships in a relatively short amount of time. I currently have very little skill points in gunnery, navigation and missiles, so I'm sacrificing those skills to buff engineering/mechanical/spaceship command/electronics. I'll be relying almost exclusively on drones for damage output (and small hybrids for the frigates). Don't really need to train drones for a while since I have everything close to maxed.
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Posted - 2011.07.08 06:33:00 - [5
Originally by: Suicide Cid
Oneiros is a good ship for PvE although a Guardian will mostly be prefered simply for its rep+cap abilities.
On a side note. You seem like a young char, so it's maybe nice to note, that it's is generally considered a fact that while the Logi IV O'neiros can provide repping you really need the skill at lvl V if you are to produce the consistent repping amount which is expected in a fleet. Thus people often fly Guardians because their cap transfers, among other things, can compensate for the lack of logi V.