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New Ship!

I'm still nice and young in the game and new ships can be gained easily enough.

Today, my new ship is a Scimitar. Well... new ship yesterday.. but I'm fitting it out today.

Chella, in an amusing way, has more 'cool stuff' up her sleeve then Sugar. While Chella has focused on logistics and support, Sugar has been working her way into being a solid pewpew capable creature. (Sorry Hong, love my girls)

I have dubed him "Spray Tan" cuz its an awesome name.

Now my logistics capabilities cover both the Oneiros and Scimitar. I think Chella will stop there. I was going to go Oneiros and then up to the Carrier and be all spiffy but it was brought to my attention that I needed a shield logi as well.

The other idea, which is hatching a bit is my thoughts from back in May before they nerfed incursions. With incursions denerfed a bit people have been running them again. Chella is Logi V and with friends in the incursion fleets it may be something new to try out. I'm always interested in new ways to make ISK.

New ship day is fun. Sugar flies the same loop of ships normally. Hurricane -> Noctis -> Jag and back around. Although, yesterday, after hearing some interesting stories of gankage and failed gankers I ran up to high sec to chase some of them around. Sadly, no luck for me. So I ran around for a little bit and then ran back down to low sec.

I am rather sure I was completely unproductive yesterday when it comms to 'playing' and 'being productive'. However, my time covers other stuff from chatting with the people who have popped into our public rooms to enjoying the company of those around me and managing my sell orders (I'm a terrible trader but I try kinda).

So, new ship happiness. Sugar may have new ships in the next month or two. I buckled down and plugged Minnie Cruiser 5 into her. I then forgot I did it and happily, she is grinding away. I do have a stack of other ships coming. I asked my builder friend if he thought I planned to finance his entire game for him with the amount of ships hes trying to stuff into me. I'm still clinging to staying over the 6bil mark.

That leaves me with my Scout and my Tengu problem. The repetitive beatings with the Tengu stick are starting to soak in. My internal resistance is starting to crumble. I want to do more things on my own... but blah.. Tengu...

Thanks to the Boiians. I stole the picture from their fun board. Killmail here. I think I'm stalking them.

I'm all excited, the Scimi is all fit and I go, "Someone come shoot Sugar for a moment without killing her so I can see my shield reps?"

"Okay," says Ender.

Thanny, Chimera and 20 Ogre II's.

I docked.

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