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Oh, you didn't expect me to take GCC?

Instead of going to bed like a good girl, I spent some time ratting and playing with FRAPS. Hopefully I'll have something to put up. I have some concepts...

Anyway, there I was buzzing around minding my business ratting when the only other person in system undocks in a Rupture. There is only one belt in the system, I'm at it, and I'm in a Jag. A quick look at him shows that he is a 4 year old toon. My estimates of it being a complete fail rupture are somewhat low. I'm the cautious type.

So I book out of system. My home system is next door anyway. I need to go to bed, badly. I therefore, check the belts around my home. Then the rupture jumps in system and so does a thrasher. Hmm. I go and hang out at the POS for a bit and scan them. They are looking for me it seems. The Thrasher is about 2 months old. The Rupture the same guy from next door. They don't know I'm home. The thrasher leaves system but an Incursus comes in. I decide to move to a better dscan spot and go visit a pounce I have over one of the gates.

The Incursus lands on the gate. He sits there. I stare at him. Rupture is still in system. Then, he decides to start moving away from the gate.

To me, it smells of bait. I take a deep breath and it still smells of bait. So, I roll back to the POS. I then change my route and head to the station where I land 20k off of the Incursus. How interesting.

I dock.

I switch into a Hurricane. Both are still in system.

I undock.

Rupture and Incursus sitting off the station. The Rupture takes off when my cane shows up on grid. The Incursus sits there. I switch to barrage ammo. He sits there some more. I MWD towards him to close the distance and target him. He is still sitting there.

I wonder what station games he thinks I am playing... The normal station games?... I guess I am... they just might not be the ones he is expecting...

I'm amused now. I'll take global erryday.

PewPew. Incursus in half shields. His shields are repping. Interesting. Pewpew. Incursus in Armor. Pewpew. Incursus in half armor. I'm about 30k out now and nailing him with barrage from autocannons. This is so not an alpha setup.

Pewpew... he docks.

Damn.

I roll back to the POS to debate my options and wait out GCC.

They decide to leave.

Oh well. I tried :D I'm proud of myself for that.

Sec status is back up to -4.4. Go me!

I hope I'm doing this pirate thing okay...

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