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Pel Ukken
Ice Fire Warriors
Posted - 2009.12.13 16:28:00 - [1]
 

Edited by: Pel Ukken on 15/12/2009 16:54:04
Deep in Auga the POS lay waiting
The Minmatar hordes anxious for war
A Geddon warps in, surely baiting
Then another, another and even more

Lasers fired and there was an explosion
Massive blobs, guardians on field
quietly militia put its plan in motion
Vitharr immortal! Power to the shield!

"Our POS is great!"
"It Instapops a Drake"

In came the snipers, getting to range
Tackle flew in with reckless abandon
Spike and Tremor, Torpedos and Rage
points on the Geddon, get the Abaddon!

The Amarr FC made the call, GTFO
Minmatar rejoiced, the Tower still stands
Getting back, SF pounces, Garst cries OHNOES!
We wait for when the Amarr next lands
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Kudos and GF to all the parties involved: Amarr, Minmatar, Gallente, Caldari and SF (and the odd neutral viator/reaper that showed up).
Great Fun and good way to spend a Sunday morning.

Bashiri
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.13 17:04:00 - [2]
 

Garst got attacked by 20 sf t1 cruisers we all rr him kept him alive.

SF change into higher dps ships we killed one of there guardians garst tanks sf gang for 1 hour(nobody had killrights on sf) sf finally gave up and we all went home.

ChipMo
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.13 17:07:00 - [3]
 

Originally by: Bashiri
Garst got attacked by 20 sf t1 cruisers we all rr him kept him alive.

SF change into higher dps ships we killed one of there guardians garst tanks sf gang for 1 hour(nobody had killrights on sf) sf finally gave up and we all went home.


*ChipMo laughs

Enjoy your hour+ of repping? I found it most entertaining. You really love your leader!

Bashiri
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.13 17:23:00 - [4]
 

Originally by: ChipMo
Originally by: Bashiri
Garst got attacked by 20 sf t1 cruisers we all rr him kept him alive.

SF change into higher dps ships we killed one of there guardians garst tanks sf gang for 1 hour(nobody had killrights on sf) sf finally gave up and we all went home.


*ChipMo laughs

Enjoy your hour+ of repping? I found it most entertaining. You really love your leader!


War dec us then you would of lost your whole gang again.

Jade Constantine
Gallente
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.13 17:40:00 - [5]
 

Originally by: Bashiri

War dec us then you would of lost your whole gang again.



Why bother when we can kill a billion worth of enemy battleships with a handful of tech1 cruisers. We quite like the current situation. We have our killrights and we'll be seeing you again.

Guerilla fighting at its finest.



Saul Dhampir
Caldari
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.13 17:47:00 - [6]
 

Edited by: Saul Dhampir on 13/12/2009 17:47:33
I love it. Four hours of combat, you lost, and your here trying to make it look like a victory.

Classic.

Of course we are irrelevant again apparently, you can tell be Garsts comment in your fleet chat about being ripped appart by the cruisers.


Bashiri
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.13 18:27:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: Saul Dhampir
Edited by: Saul Dhampir on 13/12/2009 17:47:33
I love it. Four hours of combat, you lost, and your here trying to make it look like a victory.

Classic.

Of course we are irrelevant again apparently, you can tell be Garsts comment in your fleet chat about being ripped appart by the cruisers.



Where is claim of victory post at? All i see are SF feeling good threads about Garth

Tomahawk Bliss
Minmatar
Fates Assembly
The Final Stand.
Posted - 2009.12.13 18:39:00 - [8]
 

the time tables were not good for me, but i did catch the tail end of the various fights.

from what I saw, the Minmatar POS was not taken out, battleships were lost by the Amarr and they retreated to the safety of secure space, where a few star fraction were able to use Kill Rights to shoot at Garst Tyrell and it took the entire amarr militia to keep him alive for an hour or so.

After all that time Star Fraction decided they had distracted the Amarr fleet enough and we left. It would have been nice to kill Garst but with the Amarr militia Remote Repping him the chance of the few folks with Kill Rights over coming the enemy blob was slim. Of course while SF was busy holding the entire fleet, the Minamtar took advantage and repped up their tower…again.

that being said there was a moment when it got close and Garst almost dropped, even with Guardians and a fleet of RR battleships. good times.

We all have success and failures in wars and conflicts. today the Amarr Militia was repulsed and failed. Their objective was denied them, they lost expensive ships and all to an smaller group with smaller ships. superior piloting took the day and the POS stands.

Ready for round three?

I love this POS, it has made itself worth 100x its isk value already.

Lord Meriak
Amarr
Amarrian Retribution
Posted - 2009.12.13 18:46:00 - [9]
 

Yes you have kill rites on us because we killed you all so many times.

Had a gr8 weekend of fun fighting in auga, a major strong hold of the mins, at their pos which was taken to re-enforced so many times but came out of re-enfoced straight after dt. Stront put straight back in.

So many kills on the board.

You tried to get 1 of our bs lol, 1 hour of pure fun and you still manged to lose 1 of your ships, about 20 of u shooting 1 of ours, 2 of us shooting your fleet.

Great weekend guys gr8 fun well done to all.


theRaptor
Caldari
Tactical Operations
Posted - 2009.12.13 18:48:00 - [10]
 

TL;DR: Star Fraction hides behind the power of CONCORD to attempt a gank and fails.

Once again I salute the bravery of the matar capsuleer and POS gunners who caused over 3/4's of the destruction. I can only assume that excessive celebrations by some Amarr battleship crews after last nights victory was the reason why they failed to broadcast distress calls or aid their fellow pilots. The matar learned their lessons well from yesterdays battle and in our aggressive engagement of the POS we over extended several times and clumsy crews paid the price.

The ultimate lesson is that without a more powerful entity to hide behind the SF are irrelevant.

P.S. If that fleet helping Garst was the entire 24th crusade then the SF gang was the entire alliance.

Tekumze Wolf
Minmatar
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.13 19:18:00 - [11]
 

Edited by: Tekumze Wolf on 13/12/2009 19:22:37
It's amazing how much we're talked about on forums and in eve chats considering how irrelevant we are :P

All chestbeating aside we did what we set out to do. We had fun for two days (and I missed the second day) and you failed to kill the POS.

For all our fun we mostly lost T1 cruisers. It don't get much better then that.

All the hate Amarrians throw towards us all over communication channels is just icing on the cake.

Thaks to Vitharr and Matari fighters for the fun we had.
There's still room for improvement in our cooperation. Maybe in the next round is even better.

Lastly thanks to Amarrian fighters as well. We could not have any fun without them.

theRaptor
Caldari
Tactical Operations
Posted - 2009.12.13 19:31:00 - [12]
 

Originally by: Tekumze Wolf
For all our fun we mostly lost T1 cruisers.


While Star Fractions "allies" lost over 3 billion in one engagement.

This is the heart of Star Fraction. Having fun at the expense of their "allies". Now that they have self-admittedly utterly failed in their objective of stopping the advance of the 24th Imperial Crusade. SF are hanging around and using the brave fighters of the TLF as bait so that they can have "fun". If God ever curses me with such allies I will rend my clothes and pour dust upon my head.

And the reason SF are so talked about on IGS is that it is the only place they have a meaningful impact. If Star Fraction didn't hide behind empire laws meant to protect shipping from piracy they would have been burned from the skies of Auga forever after the first engagement.

The "guerrillas" who hide behind sentry guns and CONCORD patrol ships. That is Star Fraction. Truly they are a shining example of independence from the social benefits of empires.

Tekumze Wolf
Minmatar
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.13 20:05:00 - [13]
 

You do what you can when you can with whatever you can. Us bringing larger ships would not have changed the balance of power.

As for using concord. Well we didn't force you to GCC. You have yourself to thank for that. Not sure why you even mention something like this considering how many times you used neutral guardian support against us.
Everybody uses all the advantages it can. Why apologize for it?

PS: Only IGS? Really? Can I have your fleet chat log so I can see if we got accidentally mentioned there?

Garst Tyrell
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.13 20:16:00 - [14]
 

Nice rhyme pel Razz

Last couple days was a great excerise in natural selection for the 24th, now we know who has mastered the complexities of the "align" command who still needs a bit more work

Bashiri
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.13 20:16:00 - [15]
 

Originally by: Tekumze Wolf
Edited by: Tekumze Wolf on 13/12/2009 19:22:37
It's amazing how much we're talked about on forums and in eve chats considering how irrelevant we are :P

All chestbeating aside we did what we set out to do. We had fun for two days (and I missed the second day) and you failed to kill the POS.

For all our fun we mostly lost T1 cruisers. It don't get much better then that.

All the hate Amarrians throw towards us all over communication channels is just icing on the cake.

Thaks to Vitharr and Matari fighters for the fun we had.
There's still room for improvement in our cooperation. Maybe in the next round is even better.

Lastly thanks to Amarrian fighters as well. We could not have any fun without them.



Hey maybe it's the 20 threads started by SF/SF Minmatar alt talking about N-M? I wonder if that rings a bell? Anyways minmatar played smart and well the fight was good till we thought of another right after DT pos op and garst said no.

Tekumze Wolf
Minmatar
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.13 20:27:00 - [16]
 

Originally by: Bashiri

Hey maybe it's the 20 threads started by SF/SF Minmatar alt talking about N-M? I wonder if that rings a bell? Anyways minmatar played smart and well the fight was good till we thought of another right after DT pos op and garst said no.

I am not sure this is a N-M thread no matter how large of a part N-M played in the assault.

Even if it was. We don't claim you are irrelevant. If you were we would not fight you since you would not be there to start this fight in the first place.

Tomahawk Bliss
Minmatar
Fates Assembly
The Final Stand.
Posted - 2009.12.13 21:48:00 - [17]
 

Originally by: Garst Tyrell
Nice rhyme pel Razz

Last couple days was a great excerise in natural selection for the 24th, now we know who has mastered the complexities of the "align" command who still needs a bit more work


/signed

Evolution occurs from conflict. Look at Redsky, broken and dissolved and then eaten by the amoeba of No.Mercy. Redsky wasn't strong enough to survive and so No.Mercy ate it, thus allowing itself to grow stronger. AB-C and Retribution already playing second fiddle to No.Mercy's Fleet Commander Garst Tyrell...perhaps a Redsky future for them too? Dues and PIE seem to be the only groups not being sucked into the vortex of No.Mercy.

Your work in development towards the Transhuman future is well under way.

Lost InCogneto
Amarrian Retribution
Posted - 2009.12.13 23:38:00 - [18]
 

Amarrian Retribution is always there to support those that are our friends and allies ...... nice propgander tho, and would expect nothing less of Star Fraction.

(AB-C and Retribution already playing second fiddle to No.Mercy's Fleet Commander Garst Tyrell...perhaps a Redsky future for them too?)

With Electus Matari members joining the Minmatar Milita to support their cause, it just goes to show that Star Fraction was only ever out for there own interests even pulling Militia members from the lines to swell their own ranks while the Minmatar flanks crumble. All this talk of if only we could join the Militias with our alliance. Good effort on that one.

Was a strong effort on defence of the pos, interesting use of tactics as well.

See you on the battle field .....




Tecam Hund
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.13 23:44:00 - [19]
 

Originally by: theRaptor

While Star Fractions "allies" lost over 3 billion in one engagement.

This is the heart of Star Fraction. Having fun at the expense of their "allies".



Apparently you never received the memo on the latest Amarr party line. Or perhaps it changed as it always does when the circumstances are right for some dirt slinging.

You know, for someone who had a history with SF and desires a proper challenge in the field of debate your abilities are lacking. Or perhaps there is bitterness that clouds your judgment. You wouldn't be the first one to crack. Membership in SF isn't easy. Once you see what it means to be a free captain you realize how demanding the responsibilities of a free individual really are. Some choose the easy path and go back to being pawns. But of course personal weakness must be justified by denial of everything the SF stands for.

What I am saying is that if you think that you know better than us what The Star Fraction should be or what it should be doing, get in line with the rest of bitter "veterans".

But let us not concentrate on the old feuds and unfinished business. This is not a thread about SF.


Bashiri
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.14 03:16:00 - [20]
 

Originally by: Tecam Hund
Originally by: theRaptor

While Star Fractions "allies" lost over 3 billion in one engagement.

This is the heart of Star Fraction. Having fun at the expense of their "allies".



Apparently you never received the memo on the latest Amarr party line. Or perhaps it changed as it always does when the circumstances are right for some dirt slinging.

You know, for someone who had a history with SF and desires a proper challenge in the field of debate your abilities are lacking. Or perhaps there is bitterness that clouds your judgment. You wouldn't be the first one to crack. Membership in SF isn't easy. Once you see what it means to be a free captain you realize how demanding the responsibilities of a free individual really are. Some choose the easy path and go back to being pawns. But of course personal weakness must be justified by denial of everything the SF stands for.

What I am saying is that if you think that you know better than us what The Star Fraction should be or what it should be doing, get in line with the rest of bitter "veterans".

But let us not concentrate on the old feuds and unfinished business. This is not a thread about SF.




The Challange is still here you just using the plexing as a issue for why you drop the war dec on all the amarrian corps. Jade says your using a new tactic's hidding behind concordo/\o

Jade Constantine
Gallente
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.14 03:31:00 - [21]
 

Edited by: Jade Constantine on 14/12/2009 03:30:58

Originally by: Bashiri
The Challange is still here you just using the plexing as a issue for why you drop the war dec on all the amarrian corps. Jade says your using a new tactic's hidding behind concordo/\o


Our new tactic is using your fleet-commander's cowardice and egotism against your fleet. But don't get carried away. We declared in our end of campaign report that we'd keep enemies -10 and friends friends. Just because Operation Castrato was rendered meaningless by the Caldari junior-pilot plexing offensive and Republic Naval treachery doesn't stop us considering you fine targets of opportunity. And its certainly becoming quite evident that using the killrights system to punish No.Mercy is far more effective than letting you make the running with an outbound wardec. I've really enjoyed crushing your fleets with tech1 Cruisers the last couple of days. Long may it continue. If you want to stop the slaughter I imagine you'll need to convince Garst to "man-up" and pay for a war against people who can fight back.

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Horus Isis
Posted - 2009.12.14 03:48:00 - [22]
 

*Horus gets out the aspirin*

your propaganda war machine has yet to stop be from diminishing your logistics fleet capabilities, as proven in the hour long struggle you spend feverishly trying to destroy the Amarrian Battleship piloted by Garst. In your blood lust it seems your logistics fleet could not hold off the incoming blasts from not an entire Amarrian fleet, but 2 battleship commanders (Garst and myself. After Hotaru's logistics cruiser lit up the space around the Amarrian fleet, Star faction disengaged and retreated.

So to recap, Star faction Failed in this particular engagement to score any kills against the Amarrian militia, or No.Mercy Pilots, But in return lost one of there own logistics cruisers. I think this justifies the Fact that star faction as a whole doesn't seem capable of Hurting the Amarrian militias dedication.

To the matari militia pilots that fought in Auga, thank you for giving us a hard time, and a good fight.

*connection close*

Jade Constantine
Gallente
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.14 03:59:00 - [23]
 

Edited by: Jade Constantine on 14/12/2009 06:47:35

Originally by: Horus Isis

So to recap, Star faction Failed in this particular engagement to score any kills against the Amarrian militia, or No.Mercy Pilots, But in return lost one of there own logistics cruisers. I think this justifies the Fact that star faction as a whole doesn't seem capable of Hurting the Amarrian militias dedication.To the matari militia pilots that fought in Auga, thank you for giving us a hard time, and a good fight.*connection close*


I think its fairly clear that your fleet running scared from the Star Fraction tech1 cruisers in a panic for hisec was the conclusion of the days operations. Yes we failed ultimately to break Tyrell's tank with 4 tech1 cruisers (upshipped to heavier hulls) in a HOUR long skirmish in Otelen with the ENTIRE active 24th Crusade providing him logistics support but we did manage to bump his ship a hilarious 100 kilometers off the gate and occupy your full attention long enough for the Matari to completely repair their Tower AGAIN.

Sure we lost a cheaply-fit Guardian to the vagueries of concord aggression flagging towards the end of the hour we held a struggling and panicky Garst captive but lets face it. You lost two Guardians in the fighting earlier and we also crushed your battleship fleet so badly that your FC was insulting his own pilots on voice communications and raging about SF cruisers "cutting you to pieces!"

All in all it was a very amusing sequence of engagements and in retrospect I'm actually glad we didn't manage to down Garst's ship - means we still have killrights!

See you at the next attempt to take down the Valhalla tower.

Ol'summer bedLinen
Amarr
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.14 04:15:00 - [24]
 

We didn't fail. In fact, is was strategic victory because the operation wasn't about destroying the POS. It was about getting SF in to Cruisers and collecting kill rights so that we can pop your next Navy Issue battleship.

Jade Constantine
Gallente
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.14 04:21:00 - [25]
 


Originally by: Ol'summer bedLinen
.. and collecting kill rights so that we can pop your next Navy Issue battleship.


How did that work out for you? Very Happy


Ol'summer bedLinen
Amarr
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.14 04:39:00 - [26]
 

As I said, it was a success. We knew what you were going to do, and therefore we laid out a trap. And like other traps we have placed, you've managed to lead your men face first into the hole dug by yourself.


Jade Constantine
Gallente
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.14 05:12:00 - [27]
 

Originally by: Ol'summer bedLinen
As I said, it was a success. We knew what you were going to do, and therefore we laid out a trap.


Well I'll take a "trap" that saves an allied tower, destroys a billion worth of enemy shiping for the loss of a handful of tech1 cruisers and gives me two dozen killrights to explore in the month ahead.

Something tells me you aren't the smart one in the militia.

Ol'summer bedLinen
Amarr
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.14 05:52:00 - [28]
 

Ah nuts. We've anticipated that you would have two dozen kill-rights more-or-less, but I concede that we may have over-estimated the cost of this operation by 999 billion. Minor marginal error? I suppose Garst was trying to correct it in Otelen.

I may not be S-M-A-T, but you're ugly. God knows there's no cure for ugly.

Jade Constantine
Gallente
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2009.12.14 06:14:00 - [29]
 

Originally by: Ol'summer bedLinen
I suppose Garst was trying to correct it in Otelen.


Looked to me like he was mostly bleating for remote rep Cool

Garst Tyrell
No.Mercy
Merciless.
Posted - 2009.12.14 06:36:00 - [30]
 

Originally by: Jade Constantine

I think its fairly clear that your fleet running scared from the Star Fraction tech1 cruisers in a panic for hisec was the conclusion of the days operations. Yes we failed ultimately to break Tyrell's tank with 4 tech1 cruisers (upshipped to heavier hulls) in a HOUR long skirmish in Otelen with the ENTIRE active 24th Crusade providing him logistics support but we did manage to bump his ship a hilarious 100 kilometers off the gate and occupy your full attention long enough for the Matari to completely repair their Tower AGAIN.

Sure we lost a cheaply-fit Guardian to the vagueries of concord aggression flagging towards the end of the hour we held a struggling and panicky Garst captive but lets face it. You lost two Guardians in the fighting earlier and we also crushed your battleship fleet so badly that your FC was insulting his own pilots on voice communications and raging about SF cruisers "cutting your to pieces!"

All in all it was a very amusing sequence of engagements and in retrospect I'm actually glad we didn't manage to down Garst's ship - means we still have killrights!

See you at the next attempt to take down the Valhalla tower.



You should find a better spy, "leaving us in stitches" is quite different from "cutting us to peices"

/replying to a jade delusional post


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