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I've been thinking about ships in a somewhat utilitarian way. I've also discovered that I find that to be interesting. Chella needs a ship for my exploration of the Amarr story line. I've moved her to Amarr for now and she has been puttering around in a blockade runner. But, I think I'd like to put her in something else for her explorations but I don't know what.

Ships have always been eyed for their value surviving combat or getting me around low sec. With Chella following about the high sec stuff I find that I can fly whatever I want. Something fast and agile with enough tank not to pop to a random artillery Thrasher on a gate if I stop paying attention.

I'm debating Daredevils just because, why not. I don't know if they will fill all of that. I have no idea if Chella can fly interceptors. Maybe? I'm to lazy to look right now. But maybe there is something better? 

It's been a long time since I just sat down and looked at ships. I've had my stable of old, familiar hulls forever. There are ships that I've never thought about flying because it was silly to fly them where I lived and what I did.

But all of those restrictions are gone.

I can do whatever I want just because I want to. I have no ones billboard to harm. No one to offend with a wrong decision. No one over my shoulder at a loss mail.

It is still hard to take in.

So, I think I'll start flipping through ships and decide what I really want to fly.


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  1. Passive regeneration shield Wolfs make fine combat encounter mission runners up to Lvl 3. Tough nut to crack. Impetuously pounds NPCs. Super easy to fly. Delightful off brand use. Still a Wolf.

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  2. You know, I haven't seen an insta-lock Thrasher in a long long time....

    Makes me wonder where all those people have gone.

    As for ships, I would pick a cloaky T3, they're pretty much the optimal solution for travelling.

    I'm not sure what you mean by 'Amarr Storyline', is this the spooky Drifter menace? Or the COSMOS missions? (If the latter, I'm not touching this discussion, because I don't know what's involved.

    Rob K.

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  3. +1 for T3, confessor perhaps for Amarr flavor.

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