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I had a dream come upon me.

I decided I wanted to have a Jaguar fleet. The goal is almost everyone in Jaguars, some T1 logistics support and perhaps a Hyena or two as well. I'll provide the stuff and people just need to show up.

The theme is that it is sponsored by The Cougar Store. I'm paying for it out of my personal wallet but I think the theme thing is cute. Diz is helping me build the fleet comp and I am sure I will be able to convince someone to Fleet Command this hissing, snarling ball of awesome.

Kitty focused spaceships are invited.

Wolfs are not. Dogs eat poop.

I'm making it a pretty open invite. For those that cannot fly assault frigates they have the time to get into them! I'm thinking the middle of may to actually have this happen. I just need the bodies. I have a couple of readers who have shown interest in joining in on a  fleet or two. Hopefully with the notice a few new faces may pop up.

Premade fleet comps like this are important to keeping people interested. It is fun, and a bit silly. Handing out the ships decreases personal loss and opens people up to joining in. It is a team building, community building, lets just go out and see how this works type of thing. It is free reign to slam it into fights and claw the eyes out of all opponents.

Jagar glory!

Peeps should let me know if they want to participate in this beautiful creation. I'm building the comp for my normal fleeting community. BYOS (bring your own ship) is also acceptable but Wolves will be killed on sight.




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  1. cats eat poop too...

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  2. Catcat doctrine? Sign me up.

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  3. I AM SO THERE!!!!!!!!!!!! XD

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