Sensing the need for some publicity, I started designing a series of advertisements to highlight our Capital Production capability.
A series of capital advertisements for TGIND
Finally! We have moved towards an achievable goal of producing capital ships for the Alliance. Our very first investments get us enough capital to invest in some Capital Ship Component BPOs.
Revelation produced by TGIND, it was a proud moment to know it would later go on to take down a few RED POS.
Lesson learnt after seeing all those capital ships assembled, to truly enjoy a POS takedown, you need to pilot a dreadnought in siege mode. This quickly transforms the ship into putting out tremendous amounts of damage that makes short work of a POS.
Our fleet makes short work of the offending POS (they were red, enough said) and assembles at a nearby planet while we take stock of the situation. In my rather tiny incursus, there isn’t much I can contribute but to watch intel channels and observe the proceedings.
Even though I’m a miner, I’ve quickly learnt that even the smallest frigate is appreciated in fleets in 0.0. As a tackler, we can contribute to bringing a red down at the expense of our usually frail but inexpensive tech 1 frigates. My first fleet signup was amusing in that I had not fired a single shot or locked down a single ship before I was downed by hostile fire due to a mix up in POS passwords.
I do however get to view some of the more impressive ships most pilots don’t ever get to see in Empire. From carriers to dreadnoughts.. these capital ships fill the sky when they undock. Seeing them for the first time makes truly appreciate the scale of my training. I send Mica photos of the capital ships and he informs me that the Moros is a ship he hopes to pilot one day. I vow to be able to build one for him when the day comes.
Gallente Dreadnought – Moros
Caldari Dreadnought – Phoenix
Amarr Dreadnought – Revelation
Gallente Carrier – Thanatos
Caldari Carrier – Chimera