I’d just like to congratulate the entire CFC on losing over 627 ruptures in the last five days.
Good work, all. Keep it up.
### Original broadcast from blawrf_mctaggart at 2014-07-17 01:28:10.494439 ###
It looks like my experience so far with Gamma Fleet Ruptures is not unique.
Gamma Fleet is a low cost doctrine that is supposed to be expendable. Lose one and buy another while you’re waiting for your reimbursement because they are cheap. But I am not sure if they are supposed to be quite that expendable.
Then again, maybe taking on bombers isn’t the right job for them. That might be the “Never pet a burning dog” lesson of the campaign so far.
You might think we’d be down on Ruptures. Well, I suppose we are a bit. Calling a Rupture fleet is a way to get a laugh. On the other hand, the supply chain has been in full swing getting ships out to Delve to replace losses and we now have hundred of Ruptures on contract just waiting to be blown up. It has even caused a small bump in the price of Rupture hulls in Jita.
The wide reddish area, the Donchian channel, shows that pricing has been changing, with the gap between high and low sales widening as the average price jumped up a bit.
So we are invested in Ruptures. Maybe. A lot of fleet doctrines die out or get changed soon after a major deployment starts. We didn’t end up the war in Fountain flying the same fleets we did at the start. And I still have a Ferox sitting out in Curse left over from the fleeting “Non-ironic Ferox Doctrine” that was in vogue for about 20 minutes. That was just long enough for me to buy one on contract.
And if we’re going to continue to chase bombers in Ruptures, I’ve taken the liberty of reworking the lyrics to the WWI tune Bombed Last Night to be our theme.
Bombed last night, Bombed the night before
Gonna get bombed again tonight if we never get bombed no more.
When we’re bombed, we die so damn quickly
God damnn the boxin’ bombers from PASTA and NC
They’re bombin’ us, they’re bombin’ us,
Only one Rupture left for the four of us.
Glory be to God there are no more of us
‘Cause one of us could fill it all alone.
I think I need something better for the last two lines, but it gets the point across all the same.