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Rawrcat Doctrine

I figure it is only fair to have a normal non-pensive post when I write a wall of pensive text. :)

My RawrCat Fleet Doctrine will take to the skies on May 18th, (which is a Saturday) at some time I don't quite know yet but I'm trying to time zone it so that my Australian corpmates can join in.

I have 20 Jaguars and 5 Scythes sitting in my hangar that I will start fitting. Outside of that it is BYOS (bring your own ship). Although, wolves will be killed before the fleet leaves the system if any decide to show up. My goal is a glorious wave of Jaguar's taking off into the night but I know that someone will want to bring something else and someone will want to bring this and someone else will tell me that Jaguar's suck and no one should fly them because they used to be different in some time before I even started to play.

This isn't that kind of fleet. This is a fleet that will give death by a thousand scratches. I want to swarm things. I want to clash it into other swarms if they are found. Of course, I'm not the FC but I want Epic Frigate Night.

Anyway, if people who are not in corp/blue want to join and need special things (T1 guns) tell me ahead of time. I'm pretty friendly I think? If you just want to bring your own thing (not a wolf) that is fine to. I guess someone needs to be bait ('cept wolves die).

Of course, this isn't as serious as I pretend it to be. I just want a big fleet and lots of fun. Lots of fun does not mean stupidity or welping. Don't confuse the two. Hopefully I will run out of ships and people will be forced to fend for themselves. That would be amazing.


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  1. \o/ So excited!!! :D And you've already heard my suggestions on time. I'll be getting up any time of the day/night for this though. hehe ^.^

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  2. Sadly I could only bring an incursus D; assault frigs are still 13 days away, not counting getting assault ships to a decent level.

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    1. We may have to think more the wear frig for you my son. I'll run it by Diz.

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    2. Incursus can be a mean little bastard. Ions/neutrons depending on skills. Dual rep,eanm,dcu. AB,scram,cap injector/400 navy charges. 2nano pumps 1nanobot accel rig. I have fought destroyers,cruisers and bc . Just watch your reps and overheat. Dont forget the paste!

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    3. I agree.

      However we are in a fleet Jag fleet. Tyro is still working on core skills. Therefore I want him in a ship that has the agility he needs. Playing ranged ewar games is a new skill he can practice.

      My goal in this case is to maximize Tyro's abilities in *this* fleet to skill points considering the fleet is an shield T2 based fleet.

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    4. Maulus,sensor damping with scan res scripts at range?

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    5. Aye. Something like that. I need to check what he might have to train to get into a basic one. I don't feel that a combat T1 frigate will leave him happy next to the Jags.

      Also damps are boss.

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  3. I must say I was terribly disappointed when I realized I can't join this one due to IRL commitments. I hope it will be a huge success and then I'll be able to join in on a future one.

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    1. I will spend time being mad at you I guess for having a life on a Saturday night.

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  4. I'm going to make them so

    damp.

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