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Hiro Shingami
Posted - 2009.11.29 22:18:00 - [1]
 

Hey all,

I'm a Caldari player who has thus far focused most of their skills into Caldari ships and missiles. However, recently I've been aiming into getting into some solo PvP (solo ganks etc.) and after doing some research have found that Caldari really suck in this field.

I'm still very new to PvP, and so I wish to stay with a frigate (which I can afford to lose as I get better), but I'm not sure which race I should move into for the best solo PvP experience. I'm looking for some tips and suggestions from people who have solo PvP experience and what works best for them. Can anyone help me out? Cheers.

Miles Hondo
Posted - 2009.11.29 22:28:00 - [2]
 

Gallente or Minmatar for some really nice frigates and cruisers.

Hiro Shingami
Posted - 2009.11.29 22:36:00 - [3]
 

Originally by: Miles Hondo
Gallente or Minmatar for some really nice frigates and cruisers.


From what I've read, Gallente is more DPS while Min is more tank?

Lindsay Logan
Posted - 2009.11.29 22:38:00 - [4]
 

Originally by: Hiro Shingami
fter doing some research have found that Caldari really suck in this field.



I give you 2/10. Too obvious a troll.

Hiro Shingami
Posted - 2009.11.29 23:04:00 - [5]
 

Originally by: Lindsay Logan
Originally by: Hiro Shingami
fter doing some research have found that Caldari really suck in this field.



I give you 2/10. Too obvious a troll.


Didn't realize misinformation was considered trolling. Maybe you'd like to rewrite your troll post with more helpful information?

Zaius Caine
Posted - 2009.11.29 23:46:00 - [6]
 

Edited by: Zaius Caine on 29/11/2009 23:48:43
I dont recommend cross training since you are fairly new. If you are Caldari/missile spec'ed and you want to get into pvp then go with an AML Caracal. Its a wonderful killer of anything frig sized and can hold it's own(if flown/fit properly) against many T1 cruisers. Not only is it fun as hell to fly but it's also very affordable to lose. I strongly recommend that you try one out for a few days before you commit to cross training.

Also, Caldari do not suck for solo pvp work, in spite of what some very ignorant people will try to tell you. Rail-Harpy, AML Caracal, HAM Drake and Rook are just a few notable examples of Caldari ships that totally rock for solo.

Hiro Shingami
Posted - 2009.11.30 00:32:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: Zaius Caine
Edited by: Zaius Caine on 29/11/2009 23:48:43
I dont recommend cross training since you are fairly new. If you are Caldari/missile spec'ed and you want to get into pvp then go with an AML Caracal. Its a wonderful killer of anything frig sized and can hold it's own(if flown/fit properly) against many T1 cruisers. Not only is it fun as hell to fly but it's also very affordable to lose. I strongly recommend that you try one out for a few days before you commit to cross training.

Also, Caldari do not suck for solo pvp work, in spite of what some very ignorant people will try to tell you. Rail-Harpy, AML Caracal, HAM Drake and Rook are just a few notable examples of Caldari ships that totally rock for solo.


Is there a specific setup for AML Carcal to do solo PvP?

TimMc
Brutal Deliverance
Gypsy Band
Posted - 2009.11.30 00:36:00 - [8]
 

Originally by: Hiro Shingami
Originally by: Miles Hondo
Gallente or Minmatar for some really nice frigates and cruisers.


From what I've read, Gallente is more DPS while Min is more tank?


Gallente are alot of DPS, minmatar are flexible with falloff and mobility.

Quick Edge
Posted - 2009.11.30 00:46:00 - [9]
 

Edited by: Quick Edge on 30/11/2009 00:51:08
Originally by: Zaius Caine
Edited by: Zaius Caine on 29/11/2009 23:48:43
I dont recommend cross training since you are fairly new. If you are Caldari/missile spec'ed and you want to get into pvp then go with an AML Caracal. Its a wonderful killer of anything frig sized and can hold it's own(if flown/fit properly) against many T1 cruisers. Not only is it fun as hell to fly but it's also very affordable to lose. I strongly recommend that you try one out for a few days before you commit to cross training.

Also, Caldari do not suck for solo pvp work, in spite of what some very ignorant people will try to tell you. Rail-Harpy, AML Caracal, HAM Drake and Rook are just a few notable examples of Caldari ships that totally rock for solo.


This is pretty sound advice. Caldari have the "cant solo pvp" stigma attached to them and I never understood why. While it's certainly true that the dont have as many solopwn boats as some of the other races, the ones they do have perform extremely well.

Considering your skills I think the Assault Missile Caracal is a very good choice for you to start out with. Cheap, fun and powerful. Great for beginners and veterans alike. Heres a basic frig killer fit that I use:


[Caracal, Anti-Frig]
Ballistic Control System II
Damage Control II

Warp Scrambler II
Stasis Webifier II
Invulnerability Field II
Large Shield Extender II
10MN MicroWarpdrive II

Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
50W Infectious Power System Malfunction

Medium Anti-EM Screen Reinforcer I
Medium Core Defence Field Extender I
Medium Core Defence Field Extender I


Hobgoblin II x2


Theres obviously a lot of changes that can be made dependent on your situation and tastes but this fit performs well. I ditch the neut and run 5 launchers sometimes. I know the DC is a sacred rule of pvp but sometimes I'll swap out mine for another BCII.

Zaius Caine
Posted - 2009.11.30 01:24:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Lindsay Logan
I give myself 2/10. I'm too obvious a troll.


Fixed that for you, dude.Very Happy

Zhilia Mann
Tide Way Out Productions
Posted - 2009.11.30 02:00:00 - [11]
 

Originally by: Quick Edge
Edited by: Quick Edge on 30/11/2009 00:51:08
Originally by: Zaius Caine
Edited by: Zaius Caine on 29/11/2009 23:48:43
I dont recommend cross training since you are fairly new. If you are Caldari/missile spec'ed and you want to get into pvp then go with an AML Caracal. Its a wonderful killer of anything frig sized and can hold it's own(if flown/fit properly) against many T1 cruisers. Not only is it fun as hell to fly but it's also very affordable to lose. I strongly recommend that you try one out for a few days before you commit to cross training.

Also, Caldari do not suck for solo pvp work, in spite of what some very ignorant people will try to tell you. Rail-Harpy, AML Caracal, HAM Drake and Rook are just a few notable examples of Caldari ships that totally rock for solo.


This is pretty sound advice. Caldari have the "cant solo pvp" stigma attached to them and I never understood why. While it's certainly true that the dont have as many solopwn boats as some of the other races, the ones they do have perform extremely well.

Considering your skills I think the Assault Missile Caracal is a very good choice for you to start out with. Cheap, fun and powerful. Great for beginners and veterans alike. Heres a basic frig killer fit that I use:


[Caracal, Anti-Frig]
Ballistic Control System II
Damage Control II

Warp Scrambler II
Stasis Webifier II
Invulnerability Field II
Large Shield Extender II
10MN MicroWarpdrive II

Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
50W Infectious Power System Malfunction

Medium Anti-EM Screen Reinforcer I
Medium Core Defence Field Extender I
Medium Core Defence Field Extender I


Hobgoblin II x2


Theres obviously a lot of changes that can be made dependent on your situation and tastes but this fit performs well. I ditch the neut and run 5 launchers sometimes. I know the DC is a sacred rule of pvp but sometimes I'll swap out mine for another BCII.


Did you seriously just propose a nearly full T2 fit short a launcher for a new player? Really?

If you absolutely have to have full tackle this probably wouldn't be that bad:

[Caracal, basic pvp]
Ballistic Control System II
Ballistic Control System II

10MN MicroWarpdrive I
Faint Warp Disruptor I
X5 Prototype I Engine Enervator
Large Shield Extender II
Invulnerability Field II

SV-2000 Assault Missile Bay, Bloodclaw Light Missile
SV-2000 Assault Missile Bay, Bloodclaw Light Missile
SV-2000 Assault Missile Bay, Bloodclaw Light Missile
SV-2000 Assault Missile Bay, Bloodclaw Light Missile
SV-2000 Assault Missile Bay, Bloodclaw Light Missile

Medium Anti-EM Screen Reinforcer I
Medium Capacitor Control Circuit I
Medium Core Defence Field Extender I

Warrior II x2

Note the BCU IIs. That really is important for boosting bonuses while keep cost under control; meta 2 through 4 BCUs are just outrageously priced and meta 5s just lay waste to meta 1s.

Rigs are somewhat subject to preference. The CCC means you're cap stable minus the MWD. The shield rigs are for, umm, making you not die. As fast.

Dropping the web for a tracking disruptor for larger targets isn't a horrible idea if you have the right skills.

Quick Edge
Posted - 2009.11.30 02:06:00 - [12]
 

Edited by: Quick Edge on 30/11/2009 02:10:51
Well it doesnt exactly take a genius to figure out that you may need to swap out T2 for named as needed. As i said, thats a basic fit.

EDIT: Besides, he never actually said he was a new player, he said he was new to pvp. Reading comprehension is a very useful skill.

Don Pellegrino
Pod Liberation Authority
HYDRA RELOADED
Posted - 2009.11.30 02:57:00 - [13]
 

I approve of that Caracal setup. Absolutly amazing for the cost.

See being Caldari as a huge advantage, the "Caldari can't pvp" stigma will get you a lot more fights you can win. Nobody wants to engage my Ishtar, I have to do all the hard work myself Sad

Darthewok
Perkone
Posted - 2009.11.30 02:59:00 - [14]
 

Originally by: Hiro Shingami
From what I've read, Gallente is more DPS while Min is more tank?


Minmatar is great for solo PVP because they have the highest base ship speed of any race (in general), enabling their ships to dance around other races' and create solo situations. If you can't win the engagement, you can simply run away as your ship is faster (an extremely good advantage). Solo PVP choices for minmatar are plenty eg. rifter, rupture/stabber, vagabond/rapier, hurricane/sleipnir.

Gallente is good for solo PVP because they have some specific ships that have a very good blend of DPS/tank/speed suitable for solo pvp. Namely, taranis/ishkur, thorax/vexor and ishtar. Drones also enable them to kill/drive off frig tacklers easily, helping them escape if they need to.

TL;DR Minmatar is more speed while Gallente is more DPS
Basically, research/figure out/try what are your dream ships then choose your race based on which race these ships are.

Zaius Caine
Posted - 2009.11.30 03:01:00 - [15]
 

Originally by: Zhilia Mann


Did you seriously just propose a nearly full T2 fit short a launcher for a new player? Really?

If you absolutely have to have full tackle this probably wouldn't be that bad:

[Caracal, basic pvp]
Ballistic Control System II
Ballistic Control System II

10MN MicroWarpdrive I
Faint Warp Disruptor I
X5 Prototype I Engine Enervator
Large Shield Extender II
Invulnerability Field II

SV-2000 Assault Missile Bay, Bloodclaw Light Missile
SV-2000 Assault Missile Bay, Bloodclaw Light Missile
SV-2000 Assault Missile Bay, Bloodclaw Light Missile
SV-2000 Assault Missile Bay, Bloodclaw Light Missile
SV-2000 Assault Missile Bay, Bloodclaw Light Missile

Medium Anti-EM Screen Reinforcer I
Medium Capacitor Control Circuit I
Medium Core Defence Field Extender I

Warrior II x2

Note the BCU IIs. That really is important for boosting bonuses while keep cost under control; meta 2 through 4 BCUs are just outrageously priced and meta 5s just lay waste to meta 1s.

Rigs are somewhat subject to preference. The CCC means you're cap stable minus the MWD. The shield rigs are for, umm, making you not die. As fast.

Dropping the web for a tracking disruptor for larger targets isn't a horrible idea if you have the right skills.


Ok this is just isnt right. T2 AMLs dont take long to train, if you cant use them dont undock for pvp. An AML Cara can kill several types of T1 cruisers but everyone knows that its best as an anti-frigate platform fighting in web range, so why the disruptor? Its easy to see that a scram is going to work much, much better. CCC?? Are you kidding me??

Clearly you have never flown an AML Caracal before. That being the case, you should try to avoid giving out advice on them.

Hiro Shingami
Posted - 2009.11.30 03:12:00 - [16]
 

Originally by: Quick Edge
Edited by: Quick Edge on 30/11/2009 00:51:08
Originally by: Zaius Caine
Edited by: Zaius Caine on 29/11/2009 23:48:43
I dont recommend cross training since you are fairly new. If you are Caldari/missile spec'ed and you want to get into pvp then go with an AML Caracal. Its a wonderful killer of anything frig sized and can hold it's own(if flown/fit properly) against many T1 cruisers. Not only is it fun as hell to fly but it's also very affordable to lose. I strongly recommend that you try one out for a few days before you commit to cross training.

Also, Caldari do not suck for solo pvp work, in spite of what some very ignorant people will try to tell you. Rail-Harpy, AML Caracal, HAM Drake and Rook are just a few notable examples of Caldari ships that totally rock for solo.


This is pretty sound advice. Caldari have the "cant solo pvp" stigma attached to them and I never understood why. While it's certainly true that the dont have as many solopwn boats as some of the other races, the ones they do have perform extremely well.

Considering your skills I think the Assault Missile Caracal is a very good choice for you to start out with. Cheap, fun and powerful. Great for beginners and veterans alike. Heres a basic frig killer fit that I use:


[Caracal, Anti-Frig]
Ballistic Control System II
Damage Control II

Warp Scrambler II
Stasis Webifier II
Invulnerability Field II
Large Shield Extender II
10MN MicroWarpdrive II

Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
Assault Missile Launcher II, Bloodclaw Fury Light Missile
50W Infectious Power System Malfunction

Medium Anti-EM Screen Reinforcer I
Medium Core Defence Field Extender I
Medium Core Defence Field Extender I


Hobgoblin II x2


Theres obviously a lot of changes that can be made dependent on your situation and tastes but this fit performs well. I ditch the neut and run 5 launchers sometimes. I know the DC is a sacred rule of pvp but sometimes I'll swap out mine for another BCII.


I like it, but the only problem I see is that it's quite expensive. It's not that I don't have a fair amount of funds, it's just that being a beginner PvP pilot I suspect I will lose quite a few solo battles as I progress my skill. This being said, I'd like to drain my wallet as slowly as possible :)

Zaius Caine
Posted - 2009.11.30 03:27:00 - [17]
 

Edited by: Zaius Caine on 30/11/2009 05:51:09

Originally by: Hiro Shingami


I like it, but the only problem I see is that it's quite expensive. It's not that I don't have a fair amount of funds, it's just that being a beginner PvP pilot I suspect I will lose quite a few solo battles as I progress my skill. This being said, I'd like to drain my wallet as slowly as possible :)


True that setup, which is almost the same as the one I use, will be pricey compared to a T1 frig. But imo the enhanced performance offsets the cost. Stick to chasing down frigates and running from everything else for awhile. I doubt you will lose very many that way.

AML Cara is the best beginner pvp ship Caldari has to offer(and still shines long after the beginner stage). Try it, I promise you wont be disappointed.

Keep in mind that cross training gunnery/racial frig etc. just so you can get cheaper pvp practice isnt very practical. In EVE (just like real life) time is money.

Darthewok
Perkone
Posted - 2009.11.30 03:28:00 - [18]
 

rifter

Zhilia Mann
Tide Way Out Productions
Posted - 2009.11.30 03:38:00 - [19]
 

Originally by: Zaius Caine
Clearly you have never flown an AML Caracal before. That being the case, you should try to avoid giving out advice on them.


Guilty as charged. Unfortunately I really didn't get in to fitting a Caracal hull until i could fly a Cerb and just got used to more low slots and generally better performance in general.

As far as the point goes.... I'm showing throwing missiles to 51k and TD at 48 + 24 with my skills. Why am i trying to get in closer than 20k again?

Meh. Still don't think it's a grand solo ship but I've gotten spoiled.

Zaius Caine
Posted - 2009.11.30 04:40:00 - [20]
 

Edited by: Zaius Caine on 30/11/2009 05:43:42

Number 17
Caldari
COLD-Wing
Posted - 2009.11.30 10:04:00 - [21]
 

Caldari do not suck at pvp,
I aprove of the AML caracal as posted above.

Cormorant can hold its own against any t1 frig, ceptors, and any other destroyer out there. But you said you are mostly skilled in missiles so
i give you the merlin:

[Merlin, New Setup 1]
Micro Auxiliary Power Core I
Damage Control II

Cold-Gas I Arcjet Thrusters
Medium F-S9 Regolith Shield Induction
Warp Scrambler II
Stasis Webifier II

OE-5200 Rocket Launcher, Caldari Navy Phalanx Rocket
OE-5200 Rocket Launcher, Caldari Navy Phalanx Rocket
Modal Light Ion Particle Accelerator I, Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S
Modal Light Ion Particle Accelerator I, Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S

[empty rig slot]
[empty rig slot]
[empty rig slot]

i think Arbalest rocket launchers are pretty cheap. If Modal's are too expensieve downgrade.
if you have 1.5Mill to spare slap a anti EM - screen Rig. Upgrade to T2 blasters asap.
dont do much dps, but has monster HP for a frig.
As a new player, you should be checking employment history of your target to see if he has a big skill difference with you (is this too obvious to state?).
I have flown nothing but caldari for 3 years and have many kills to acount for, solo and in fleet. Merlin, Cormorant, Caracal, Blackbird, Drake, crow (not anymore no...), Cerberus, Falcon, etc... As you can see Caldari has a lot to offer, its often discarded because it ships are designed to perform specific roles and are not as flexible in their setups as other races.

Srecko C
24th Imperial Crusade
Posted - 2009.11.30 10:28:00 - [22]
 

AML caracal used to be the love of my life untill i found my TRUE love. Her name is Caracal Navy Issue. Its little on the expensive side but OMG rifter pilots go nuts and canīt leave you aloneYARRRR!! 4 lowslots gives you room for 3 BCUIIs and DC and one extra launcher is sexy, more HP and ofcourse the big red bullseye alot of frig pilots see. With better skills and experience you can easily kite alot of the trimarked cruisers.

Got nothing but love for rifter pilots, nothing but love and 6 missilesEmbarassed

Davina Braben
Posted - 2009.11.30 10:59:00 - [23]
 

Edited by: Davina Braben on 30/11/2009 11:05:20
Paging Dr Proxyyyy to ships & modules, paging Dr Proxyyyy to ships & modules....

The Merlin is acceptable. Don't fly them myself but I know a few people who do who swear by them.

Looking at the bonuses I'd probably start with a medium shield extender (f-s9 or Tech II) and blasters and go from there. Probably needs a micro auxiliary power core to make everything fit. I don't know what your wallet and skillpoints will bear but a sample fit I made looks pretty average by T1 frig standards.

You could also try the Cormorant with blasters or 75mm rails and again at least one medium shield extender as tank. The 75mm is a pain to fight since it hits out to scram range (9km, normally the maximum engagement range for T1 frigs) but still can hit close in - 125mm guns you'd run the risk of not having the tracking.

I'd probably fit the merlin with an afterburner and the corm with a MWD.

I dunno whether to include specific sample fits or not. I've no idea what your fitting and gun/shield skills are like. Instead I'll keep it general. Also, you need to get out there and lose some. See what works for you.

Merlin I'd probably go for: Blasters, Rocket launchers, Medium Shield Extender, Afterburner, Web, Scrambler, Micro-Auxiliary Power Core and then either a Magnetic Field Stabiliser or Damage Control. You could also look at 75mm rail fits which would make you less vulnerable to "kiting" (where an opponent holds you out of blaster range). You could try an MWD fit but those make you especially vulnerable to kiting in frigate fights.

Cormorant I'd probably go for: Blasters or 75mm rails, Small Energy Neut, Medium Shield Extender, Microwarp Drive, Scrambler, Stasis Webifier, Magnetic Field Stabiliser or Damage Control or Micro Auxiliary Power Core.

Rigs I'd probably fit resist rigs (called "screen reinforcers" - make sure you get small and start with anti-EM) and/or small core defence field extenders. Rigging your ship is entirely optional.

Zayne Zacharias
Amarr
Posted - 2009.11.30 11:41:00 - [24]
 

Originally by: Zaius Caine
Edited by: Zaius Caine on 29/11/2009 23:48:43
I dont recommend cross training since you are fairly new. If you are Caldari/missile spec'ed and you want to get into pvp then go with an AML Caracal. Its a wonderful killer of anything frig sized and can hold it's own(if flown/fit properly) against many T1 cruisers. Not only is it fun as hell to fly but it's also very affordable to lose. I strongly recommend that you try one out for a few days before you commit to cross training.

Also, Caldari do not suck for solo pvp work, in spite of what some very ignorant people will try to tell you. Rail-Harpy, AML Caracal, HAM Drake and Rook are just a few notable examples of Caldari ships that totally rock for solo.


I completely agree. Include HAM Tengu in that list (if anybody can afford to lose that...), though IN GENERAL they would be correct Sad

I think that a Caracal, while very expendable to most of us, is fairly dear to most new players. I remember losing my first cruiser. It sucked big time. However, that is just my personal opinion.

In reality, I would suggest a Rocket Kestrel for frig vs. frig PVP. If you feel like cross training, the Rifter is always a solid choice, as are Tristan and Punisher.

Garia666
Amarr
T.H.U.G L.I.F.E
Xenon-Empire
Posted - 2009.11.30 11:52:00 - [25]
 

start with tech 1 ships. use an alt or scout.

Lindsay Logan
Posted - 2009.11.30 11:58:00 - [26]
 

Originally by: Zaius Caine
Originally by: Lindsay Logan
I give myself 2/10. I'm too obvious a troll.


Fixed that for you, dude.Very Happy


Oh wow, you are so funny and witty!

How did you manage do come up with this original idea of"fixing" others posts???

I am in awe of your wit! Rolling Eyes

As for OP, when you say done research, then say Caldari suck in PVP, you have done no research. You have read 1 or 2 troll posts that say Caldari suck.

Seralder
Posted - 2009.11.30 12:06:00 - [27]
 

Edited by: Seralder on 30/11/2009 12:11:07
Edited by: Seralder on 30/11/2009 12:10:37
Drake
Raven
Caracal
Kerstel

are good ships for pvp

you need a good fitting, thats all :D

caracal is i anti frigatte/destroyer horror...
kerstel a good range dps frigatte
other ships also for range...


Garia666
Amarr
T.H.U.G L.I.F.E
Xenon-Empire
Posted - 2009.11.30 12:15:00 - [28]
 

Oh yes one more thing.. download some pvp movies ;)

Raukho
Evoke.
Ev0ke
Posted - 2009.11.30 12:38:00 - [29]
 

To many "hardcore" pvp'ers claim the Drake sucks and then end up dead on a killboard in a hac or recon. HAM drake and Assault missile caracal do just fine as solo pvp ships.

The problem is once you enter gang or fleet pvp where the best races are Amarr (best BS's) and Gallente due to turret weapons (direct damage) and armour tanking. Yes minmatar does this to and has some good solo pvp options but they take more skillpoints to fully utilise all the options (dual tank and weapon systems). As you already have some points in missiles and shieldtanking minmatar could be a fairly good option.

kessah
Blood Blind
Posted - 2009.11.30 14:04:00 - [30]
 

Edited by: kessah on 30/11/2009 14:56:06
Random Plug also, i dont mean to be arrogant with this, but since its on youtube, il post a link the a video of solo pvp i made Part 1 of 4 here. See if you enjoy the ships used there, if you liked that then try watching Violators videos il re-edit with a link. It might inspire you to pick a race.

As for your post, all the races have solid solo pvp frigates, in fact theres a myth about Caldari not being able to solo pvp which is amusing, but back to your point try this with a Merlin:


[Merlin]
Damage Control II
Micro Auxiliary Power Core I

Medium Shield Extender II
1MN Afterburner I
Warp Scrambler II
'Hypnos' Multispectral ECM I

Light Ion Blaster II, Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S
Light Ion Blaster II, Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge S
Rocket Launcher II, Caldari Navy Gremlin Rocket
Rocket Launcher II, Caldari Navy Gremlin Rocket

Core Defence Field Extender I
Core Defence Field Extender I
Core Defence Field Extender I

If you really need that MWD for some you can do alittle adjusting to the setup - wont take much to fit it, very sneaky with that ECM.

----------------------------

As for Caldari as a whole there are ships that will solo very easily.

For cruisers, the Moa and Caracal can solo quite well heres a setup for the Moa:

[Moa]
Damage Control II
Magnetic Field Stabilizer II x3

Large Shield Extender II
Invulnerability Field II
10MN MicroWarpdrive I
Warp Scrambler II

Heavy Ion Blaster II, Caldari Navy Antimatter Charge M x5
Small Unstable Power Fluctuator I

Core Defence Field Extender I x3

Hobgoblin II x3 Or ECM Drones.


----------------------------


As for Battlecruisers, you wont find it hard to find a good setup for a Drake or a Ferox, heres a good setup for a Ferox:

[Ferox, New Setup 1]
Damage Control II
Magnetic Field Stabilizer II x3

10MN MicroWarpdrive I
Large Shield Extender II
Invulnerability Field II
Invulnerability Field II
Warp Scrambler II

Heavy Ion Blaster II, Void M x6
Medium Energy Neutralizer II

Core Defence Field Extender I x3


Hobgoblin II x5


----------------------------


Ok Caldari Battleships generally get the misconception of being non soloable, so i beg to differ ofc.

Heres a good Rokh setup for you:

[Rokh]
Magnetic Field Stabilizer II x3
Damage Control II
Tracking Enhancer II

Large Shield Extender II
Large Shield Extender II
Invulnerability Field II
Invulnerability Field II
100MN MicroWarpdrive II
Warp Scrambler II

Neutron Blaster Cannon II x7
Heavy Unstable Power Fluctuator I

Core Defence Field Extender I x3

Hammerhead II x5

You can swap out accordingly with that to fit a Webber, but 9 times out of 10, your neut and drones will stop most things getting a good transversal on you long enough to kill it.

The Raven has some interesting solo setups too, but i think ive given you plenty to get yourself started.

Good Luck!


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