Wormholes, wormholes everywhere

Friday, January 17th, 2014

'Closer to me, by a jump.' Sounds to me like our glorious leader is trying to get Aii home. With any luck, Aii took himself to empire space voluntarily, and he sounds chipper enough, so I focus on what circumstances are in w-space currently. And it seems to be quite ...

Making negative ISK

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

We could probably use some ISK. For that, I have a cunning plan: isolate our system, shoot Sleepers for profit. It's so simple I don't know why anyone else hasn't thought of it. I'm almost worried about sharing this knowledge in case it gets abused, but that's a risk I'll ...

From ambushed to ambush

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Aii's home and scanning, and we have new signatures today with at least one other wormhole. As Aii finishes up, I hop past him through a K162 to a class 3 w-space system, hoping to find activity but instead appearing seven kilometres from the wormhole in what looks like an ...

Reconnoitring a red system

Sunday, July 7th, 2013

I'm back for more mayhem and explosions. What are the odds that I can achieve that, though? The neighbouring class 3 w-space system is occupied by a five-capsuleer corporation and had no other connections but its exit to low-sec, and the wormhole in the low-sec system had a single connection ...

Abandoned constellation

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

I've not much time tonight, being delayed by other tasks, so let's see if I can make what I have count. I'm given a head start by my glorious leader being on-line and having done some preliminary scanning. Fin's checked the home system, resolved our static wormhole, and jumped to ...

Reddish blues

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Yesterday's break turned in to a bubble bath and sleep, although not at the same time. I return to space refreshed, and with a new constellation to uncover, for early reconnaissance instead of a late roam. I don't get far to start with, not when finding a pair of Tengu ...

Scanning back and forth

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

Signatures are accumulating as quickly as anomalies are depleting. And we're not clearing any of those anomalies, so the profit is going to other corporations. This isn't an ideal situation. Two new signatures accompany the static wormhole, and these two are wormholes too, both K162s from class 4 w-space. Damned ...

Flying my way in to an ambush

Monday, July 30th, 2012

The constellation is mapped once more, and although there is a new signature in the home system it resolves to be mere gas. Pushing in to our neighbouring class 3 w-space system sees a tower and Devoter on my directional scanner, but the heavy interdictor is unpiloted inside the tower's ...

Getting it backwards

Saturday, July 21st, 2012

Pilots! Friendly ones, too. Mick and Aii are out and about, and having a constellation already mapped is an unusual circumstance to come on-line to. But there appears to be nothing happening, and our static wormhole is at the end of its life, although no one's sure when it started ...

Watching Sleepers rattle a snake

Monday, May 7th, 2012

All alone in space again, so sad. It's just me and my gas. Hey, maybe that's why I'm alone. I need to get rid of the gas! Damn, I think I'm suffering from space madness, so enough of the high jinks and on to exploring the w-space constellation for today. ...