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AdamusMaximus
Posted - 2011.09.02 16:46:00 - [31]
 

ok so a few things...1. eve university isnt the option as u will only learn blob warfare, although red vs blue and Faction wars is where u really get down and dirty, a couple good corps that come to mind if you wanna learn are Inglorious Basterds and Quantum Cats Syndicate, both corps i respect that have many good players in them, although as previously stated the mechanics that r taking place here are ones you should easily understand being ex military, its only smart to attack a target thats financially stable but inexperienced as they are an easier target to take down fast and get a quick pay day.if u need more help contact me in game i should be on next week.

jitabug2
Posted - 2011.09.02 17:27:00 - [32]
 

oili please cry me a river your reply to my mail and then you calling me a child and blocking me for it shows me that you deserve this war and it was prolly your fault in the first place when the CEO of a corp is such a immature little brat that cant take a few harsh words without crying your eyes out over it makes me wonder how much dross is in that "im a USMC vet" line you sprout out.

Heres the simple thing in eve either fight or die its simple if you dont want to take the advice that 20 of your members in rifters can prolly make this war go away if there ceo has the balls to stand up to these people then thats your own problem and i hope you end up quitting so your members might find a competent CEO.

PS. your tearful comment about how you have been to war and that im hiding behind my keyboard well tell me how exactly am i meant to give you advice in eve when all i have to go on is a name on a forum.

Awoxina Dojona
Posted - 2011.09.02 18:23:00 - [33]
 

Flaunting "Ex Military " makes me want to gank you, awox your corp or whatever i can claw from your bleeding husk.
you say "Ex Military " like the world owes you something..
guess what bub.
we owe you NOTHING>

Okita Musashi
Posted - 2011.09.03 08:31:00 - [34]
 

Your tears are delicious.
Thank you for your service to American Imperialism.
Allahu Akbar and have a Nice Day.Razz

Shroomazon
Shadows Of Death
Posted - 2011.09.03 11:38:00 - [35]
 

Edited by: Shroomazon on 03/09/2011 11:39:44
Originally by: Sverige Pahis

You're dumb. You keep repeating that you're all old guys an ex-military like that should command respect or something. That's where you first went wrong. Then going on to say that you're not all whining children and then proceeding to whine like children isn't the best way forward. If you're not ready to be war deced in EVE Online: a bad game DO NOT create or join a corporation. Whenever you undock you open yourself up to attack AT ANY TIME. If you and your battle hardened friends (Laughing) can't handle that, then you should unsub. If not, read the advice you get in this thread by people more patient than me and learn from the experience.


This.

Also, just pay out.
They will most likely leave you alone.
It's a relief for both parties involved....trust me.

+ do your bit for ccp and stop their new customers from quiting.
Lose your war dec and keep your scrubs.
win-win

Dr Geiger
Posted - 2011.09.03 11:48:00 - [36]
 

Not nice to be under ongoing war dec.
But in some ways they have done you a favour.
This isn't a troll or me trying to be clever but some people play the game for a year or so before finding out it's not for them.
If you can get through this period of time and take losses and hardship on the chin then Eve may indeed be the game for you and your friends.
If not, then these people will have saved you a years worth of subscriptions on a game you are not cut out for.

I think maybe you tried to run before you could walk.
I wont repeat the advice given here as you will either head it or you wont.
But hang in there, they can blow your ships up, they can even chase your friends out of eve, but they cant force you to quit.
Only you have the power to push that button.
That said quitting may be a viable option if as I said you dont think Eve is for you.
Good luck, fly straight.

VegasMirage
The Scope
Posted - 2011.09.03 14:27:00 - [37]
 

Originally by: Dr Geiger
Not nice to be under ongoing war dec.
But in some ways they have done you a favour.
This isn't a troll or me trying to be clever but some people play the game for a year or so before finding out it's not for them.
If you can get through this period of time and take losses and hardship on the chin then Eve may indeed be the game for you and your friends.
If not, then these people will have saved you a years worth of subscriptions on a game you are not cut out for.

I think maybe you tried to run before you could walk.
I wont repeat the advice given here as you will either head it or you wont.
But hang in there, they can blow your ships up, they can even chase your friends out of eve, but they cant force you to quit.
Only you have the power to push that button.
That said quitting may be a viable option if as I said you dont think Eve is for you.
Good luck, fly straight.


mmmkay Dr. Phil, umm er Geiger

Felix Emlen
Minmatar
Brutor Tribe
Posted - 2011.09.05 08:43:00 - [38]
 

Despite the unfairness of such wars, there are alot and I mean ALOT of things that are going for you in such situations.

Firstly, you are very few, and on at only certain times of the day, which means only so many of them will be online when you are, much less knowing where you are. Secondly, when griefers like this decide to harass you, it becomes a good idea to do one of two things-
1) Learn the mechanics of combat scanning ships, and avoid jumping into systems if you aren't sure what's on the other side of the gate.

2) Fly your missions elsewhere for a week, griefer corps dec multiple people in an attempt to get easy kills. They don't want to fly 40 jumps to chase you, they don't want to spend 5 hours trying to find your ship cloaked afk in space. They want instant gratification, kb stats, or isk. I know this, because I've done it myself, though not to newbie corps- and there is nothing more frustrating than spending 100k isk to locator agent someone, fly 30 jumps, and then have them log off or afk in station for an hour or two.

The more expensive ships you fly to fight them, the more they will want to keep the wardec up or even renew it. Better to avoid them entirely, as even frigate kills give some satisfaction. Blue ball them and you'll be back to peaceful grinding in no time.


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