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Double Take

I found myself so surprised at what I saw that I almost forgot tot take a screen shot.


A Bowhead in the flesh. The first time I passed it as my Viator landed on the gate I was like, "What is that?" Slowly, my mind caught up to me and I squealed and tried to flip screens fast enough to nab a screenshot but I was to late and jumped.

My mind caught up with me and I realized that it was auto-piloting. Quickly, I cloaked on the other side and went to look at it when it came through. It spawned 38k off of me but 'look at' did not work when I was cloaked. Huh. I don't remember that. I will test it.

Then it warped. I warped to. But, I was in a Viator and landed before it. Meh. The gate was clear and I figured I could keep and eye out for trouble and wait for it to arrive. As I did so I noticed a fleet of military rank symbols land on the gate.


A fleet of Golem landed and started to jump through. Huh. I have no idea what they are for but there they were. So, I took their picture too. Then I waited for the Bowhead to land and this time look at worked because I wasn't cloaked (I guess?) and I got the above picture.

The things that ones sees in high sec. What a crazy place.

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  1. With that sort of flotilla, it would be the immigration of Incursion pilots moving to the next area of Sansha site. It is a contributing reason to my choice of Logistics for those (biannual) times I join a fleet.

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  2. I think that was me...I saw a brief bit of text "Wandering Rose", before it disappeared with the firing of a gate. Confirmed incursion migration.

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  3. That's my favorite thing about high sec: people can more or less fly whatever they want to, so they do, so you see all kinds of interesting stuff.

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