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Razen21
Posted - 2011.08.03 04:34:00 - [1]
 

G'day.

I'm skilling for a Rorqual.
Now I've skilled for the ship itself and the industrial core I.

I'm looking for help with the order in which to prioritise the processing skills required to do use the compression BP's.

I've queued the ABC ores first in my skill plan, but I'm wondering if I should skill for all the processing skills, or select only the 0.0 or 0.0+lowsec, or all.

What would you recommend?

TIA.

PaulTheWise
Posted - 2011.08.03 07:15:00 - [2]
 

I do suppose you're not just randomly buying ships, but are actually going to use your Rorq... To me that would imply there already is a mining op, and they could use a Rorq.

That makes it very easy: What are your miners mining? Learn those first ;) Personally, I've learned all to the point where I can refine perfectly in (high/low sec) stations, but it is ultimately up to you to consider if you think it is worth the time to learn the skills, or if there are more important skills you want to train first.

ChaoticDemon
Posted - 2011.08.04 14:13:00 - [3]
 

It depends are you mining in a station system? Do you need to move the ore? I'd say in order from most to least important:
mining director 5
cybernetics 5
warfare link specialist 5
capital industrial ships 5
industrial reconfig 5
These are the basic skills you want for boosting

skills for cap tractor and t2 salvager

all jump skills to at least 4 prefer 5 makes it a lot easier to move rorq

If you need to compress all skills needed to 4 I'd recommend going from most to least profitable and also ice

drone skills to t2,5
shield,energy/cap xfer to 4

Tau Cabalander
Posted - 2011.08.04 14:56:00 - [4]
 

Edited by: Tau Cabalander on 04/08/2011 14:59:54
Originally by: ChaoticDemon
all jump skills to at least 4 prefer 5 makes it a lot easier to move rorq

My Rorqual is currently stuck in nulsec until my alt finishes JDC 5 and can jump to lowsec. I can definitely recommend training JDC 5.

Thank goodness for jumpclones, but mindlink selling for 384m is a little steep. The last one I bought many moons ago was 9m.


 

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