Which is really the one and only reason why I never decided to try again, despite knowing that back then my skills were not even close to being good enough for me to scan something "quickly".. I'm relatively better at it, it only takes me about an hour and a half to get 13 sigs down, so that's good... Right? Right?!
I'm slowly going through the BPC's I have left from doing so much copying runs, I think I only have about 400-500 of them that I'll try and turn into T2 ones. Or at least try to, I have an average succes rate of 75% inventions per 21 runs (I have 2 characters running inventions every day or so). After the invention process is done, I usually manufacture the T2's, again, two characters so that means that every other day I have around 200-400 T2 items sitting in my headquarters ready to ship over to Jita. Which I do through courier contracts because I'm too lazy to go out there myself and it's super cheap.
Once I have gone through my surplus of BPC's I'll have to check the market to try and figure out what's needed, because right now I'm still working with a supply that started two years ago. As you can imagine, a lot changes in two years but I want that supply to be relatively gone before moving on to something else.
I do have a plan of what that something else might be, I just have to figure out if it's a good one first before disclosing anything.
As for the other "adventures" I'm having, I'm enjoying W-space but am still checking for some other options, I currently own 3 combat characters, which gives me quite a few options.
What all three of my characters have in common though, is the fact that they can all fly covert ops ships, specifically bombers. I love bombers, the fact that you can sneak up on someone and drop a bomb or deliver a load of torpedoes on them is pretty awesome.
Which is why I finally did something yesterday that I've been meaning to do for quite some time. I joined a bombers bar run. Which I enjoyed, although I have to admit that it was rather boring at first.
I logged into the one character not in w-space only to be told that I needed to go to Thera, luckily I was only 12 jumps out from one of the high sec entrances so I burned towards it and someone in fleet was nice enough to give me a warp in to the wormhole.
After getting into Thera we were told to meet up somewhere and...Wait.
"Thera is pretty though"
Waiting is not something I enjoy, time spent waiting is time lost, while it is a precious commodity. But luckily the voice comms and the books I started reading a few weeks ago made sure that it wasn't lost entirely, I was laughing along with the others and enjoying a good book until we were giving the go.
Which meant jumping through another wormhole where a black ops vessel was waiting for us to bridge us to our targets. Last night was a good night, I spend an hour or more "waiting" but those few kills that did happen were quite fun.
We first got a bridged right on top of a Legion, I was too late in getting there because the amount of bombers we had along with us meant that dmg was extremely high and it was down before most even knew it.
The second kill was a Legion too, another pilot that had no idea what was happening to him, a better kill too, he was worth a few more ISK and I did get to be on that killmail. After that we were told to 'burn" back to our staging system. Once again we waited a bit before being dropped onto a Raven and Legion. We got the Raven but the Legion got away, and once more we burned back to the staging system.
During the burn a Paladin was spotted on one of the gates.
We were told to try and catch it, and catch it we did. I had nothing to do with the catch, but it was fun to watch. Burning to a Marauder that's 100km away equiped with a microwarp drive is not something many people can do but it happened. After the point he was able to jump away again but our tackler had anticipated that move and was already 50km closer to the spot he was going to and was able to snare him immediately after.
The paladin did take a little while longer to kill (aprox 20-30 seconds) but he went down, and my pilot's killboard went up by 2.8billion isk. Which means that right now, I'm sitting on a killboard of a few billion destroyed against nothing lost.
A good and fun night all in all. Missing those few hours of sleep was worth it, and I'll definately do more of this.
"Another one today, Thanatos!"
Stay tuned! o7