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Omph! My poor future wallet....

In twenty two days days Chella finishes Amarr Carrier V. I think that it is a good time to build her a carrier. I moved one of my main cyno alts, who also happens to be my secondary capital ship building alt, to my capital ship corporation's headquarters and blew the dust off of our blueprints.

I'm sitting on my last session of minutes to write. It will be my eighth and with what everyone else has done we should be finished before the weekend. That gives us time for our internal review where we try to catch typos and errors as well as double checking what others wrote (for we are all individuals and there are variances of style) and then we should have them to CCP on schedule.

I am quite happy about this. For one, I'm tired of writing these things. For the second, I can get back into my Eve life and building a few capitals seems to be a fine way to go about doing it. I do not think that I have the time for large scale work. However, with ore compression I believe that I will be able to move the materials I need to build what I want in my home station.

I started some blueprint copies. It will take a little bit to get all of the copies I want to make made. That isn't such a big thing. I'm not in a rush. It is just a side project. I've not taken Chella into combat as a carrier pilot yet.

While I was at it, I've also decided that I might as well get stuff together to build a Moros and train Pixie into that. Plus, she finished Amarr Battleship V, so I need a Redeemer.

Ugh.

I need to start making ISK again.

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  1. I'm making Archons, if you want one at a discount and to avoid the hassle of building your own, let me know.

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  2. Be careful taking Kirith Kodachi up on his offer before you know what the "discount" is...:-) I've flown with him and he's one smooooth character....

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    1. Tsk Tsk, a wingman should never tell . . .

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