Causing ripples

Saturday, April 5th, 2014

I'll leave this class 2 w-space system alone. The one hauler I tried to catch got away and was replaced by a scout, who disappeared. I doubt anything interesting will happen here. But that's okay, as I've not been through our static wormhole yet, which could offer all sorts of ...

Recovering null-sec relics

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

I know C2a. Not intimately, like we see each other every day, but in reconnoitring the path an Occator transport took, before its warp core-stabilised cheating self escaped my clutches, I entered and scanned the class 2 w-space system. I know it has the two static wormholes, one to the ...

Covert cruisers avoiding each other

Thursday, September 5th, 2013

Bleary-eyed scanning may not be good for my health, but I'm rather hoping that bleary-eyed planet-gooing will be worse for others. I just have to find some. Our neighbouring class 3 w-space system looks as sleepy as me though, with my directional scanner showing me nothing from the wormhole. The ...

Strange behaviour

Friday, August 30th, 2013

What's shaking in the constellation? Well, the K162 from class 4 w-space has mysteriously disappeared from our system, perhaps having something to do with my popping and podding a pilot from there for having the temerity to try to haul planet goo safely through our home. That's okay really, as ...

Rattling a 'snake

Friday, July 26th, 2013

Penny, bane of planet-gooers, is coming for your hauler. Resolving our static wormhole and jumping through finds a rather better target visible, though. My directional scanner is showing me a Rattlesnake faction battleship and drones, with no sign of a tower in range. I don't see any wrecks, which isn't ...

Poking and being poked

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

Just the static wormhole to resolve in the home system gives me an easy start to the evening. And ships and a couple of towers visible on my directional scanner in our neighbouring class 3 w-space system gives me a little hope for finding activity so soon, until I see ...

Quiet night of scanning

Saturday, May 4th, 2013

Sites have been sucked, or left to dissipate. None of my bookmarks remain current, giving me a blank slate for the night, but that doesn't stop a proliferation of sites since I last scanned the home system. Eight signatures await the attention of my probes, and as I'm in the ...

An exit becomes an entrance

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

It's been a few days, and in that time we've made some ISK and lost some ISK. Glorious leader Fin found a battlecruiser engaging Sleepers, but could only get in position in time to catch the pilot salvaging in a frigate. A fair bit of loot survived the exploding Heron, ...

Wormhole spotting

Friday, March 8th, 2013

Our poppet's on-line, but where? 'Scanning, at home.' Great, let's do it, and get Fin home. A pretty bare home system is livened up by a single extra signature, which even though it's some gas is pretty exciting after having scummy visitors almost strip us clean of any resource. Otherwise ...

Not even shooting rats

Sunday, January 27th, 2013

A late night poke around w-space has me finding new rocks at home, and no way to go but through our static wormhole. The connection takes me to our neighbouring class 3 system, where my directional scanner shows me nothing but a bubble in range. I launch probes, blanket the ...