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Legion Adventures

My Legion is so ugly.  I can only cry over it and then shove my alts screaming kicking body into it and hook her in.  Poor thing. I feel bad for her but low sec was dead and its not like Sugar can derp around high sec anytime she feels like it.  But wow, I can't blame her for her tears.  I feel the same way.


I worry sometimes it will eat me in my sleep.


I really want to love it.


But its so hideous. I could only wander around space.  Yet every time.. it was still there...

So I did the only sensible thing and bumped something just as ugly until I felt better.


So many tears that I cry...  But then I found a 4/10 DED Complex.  And I called for help cuz my DPS is soo bad in my cloaky nulified scanning Legion.  But a terrible, terrible Tengu entered the system and scanned down my complex!  It was a race!  Without guns!

Except Sleipnir.  Poor Tengu.  He killed so many things in the first room and then we took the gate and blitzed the Faction spawn and asked him to steal it.  He wouldn't.  Sigh.  High sec is so not low sec.  So we took the loot and left.

My alt needs some better gunnery skills.  I wish the tengu had stolen the loot.  :(  I don't think I like high sec.

Exploration PvP isn't so bad thou.

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  1. I have to say that I have a grudging respect for the cloaky large head ugly legion. Oddly enough it started with one piloted by a Heimatar pirate in Low Sec catching a corp mate of mine while I cloaked and bailed (we were mining a low sec anom). I decided then to train for a cloaky legion because I wanted to be as lethal as that pirate one day. I decided to own the ugly of the ship and now that is my favorite visual configuration to fly as I picture that large shield of the "head" being like a Roman shield wall it doesn't have to be pretty to be lethal and like an ugly but extremely good ole hound dog I have a love for the ugly looks for it is very misleading of the capabilities within.

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