Edited by: Booster Terrick on 22/01/2007 04:35:40
I absolutely LOVE to hear pirates whine....you dug your hole, now lay in it. *whine* "CCP will have to do something, because too many people are having fun without being griefed all the time..."*sniffle*
You've GOT to be kidding me...low sec underpopulated? You don't say? Could it be the sharks have finally over-fed their hunting grounds and their prey are wising up? Definitely. Older players are leaving low sec for 0.0 or are quitting EVE altogether. Then there's us "carebears" who couldn't care less whether or not we ever fall into your gunsights.;P
There's absolutely nothing in low sec I haven't outgrown except a good fight with an over-confident "pirate" who's used to getting easy kills because he's been shooting at haulers and new players all day.
But that's another subject.
For me to ever go back to low sec with anything industrial in mind, the Devs would have to offer something in the way of incentives that would be worth it. Moving the level 4 missions to low sec would remove one of the reasons I bother playing anymore, so let's not do that.
Removing CONCORD: Oh, you'd like that, wouldn't you? Noobs would get all of a day or less and then they'd quit playing out of frustration after getting popped outside their schools multiple times in an hour. EVE would turn into a ghost town inside of 3 weeks, except for veterans (who, like me are getting rather bored) that still haven't gotten tired of 0.0 and all the alliance crap.
Props to guys like Tiller who have stuck it out for so long and are still going (don't let it go to your head...I'd still enjoy seeing that Raven go pop in a big way, along with your pod soon after) amidst an ever-decreasing supply of targets.
But for all you pirates out there who just can't go through a whole day without someone cursing your birth, take heart: the new patch resulted in an influx of players who will come your way soon enough, only I suspect they'll be the usual cheap fittings and low wallet sizes if they're smart.
/emote *Dries his tears of grief over the "pirate situation" with a rather large towel*