Expecting a swift death by noobieness, a guaranteed poorly fitted Nemesis ventured out in Null Sec space. Where to go? Which direction from Gallente space should he choose?
Being a lazy Gallente pilot, he chose the most convenient. Straight down. In to Providence, onto Catch, then Immensea and to finally land in Impass.
He had heared of this ‘war’ between Test Alliance anf Fraternity on a little something called Reddit. True or not, it seemed like explosions would be around every corner.
Well, not really …
My first feet in Null Sec were kinda exciting to be honest. Gate campers, mobile warp disruptors on lots of gates. Attention was needed to travel Null Sec. Yep , I guess that is one way to make Null Sec more exciting?
And then I ventured further and further in to peoples backyards, and the bubbles were no more. Mostly lonely space. Beautiful space, but lonely.
On occasion you startle people, for the lack of a better word. Your sudden appearance into a system makes you a target. They follow you from gate to gate. Obviously traveling in a Covops ship puts you in an advantage.
Here is my very noobish take on Null Sec. It is a very personal opinion, biased, based on zero factual things (is that even a word? Factual?).
Why on earth is there a local in Null Sec? Wouldn’t it be better if the anonymity (like wormhole space) was there? The moment you load in to a system, bam, your presence it announced to all. 10km away, 40AU away, it doesn’t matter, everyone and their dog knows you are there.
I thought there would be more targets of opportunity in Null, but in reality, that is not the case. Mainly because you are pissing in someone elses backyard with a big spotlight on your ass.
So now I’m heading deeper and deeper into Null, with nothing but torpedoes in my loading bay. Honestly, I didn’t expect to make it this far. If that was the case, I would have brought a mobile depot, a core scanner and some probes. Then at least I could scan down WHs.
What to do next? No idea. Guess it’s onwards until I meet my demise …
On a side note, I did cancel the Omega subscription on my alt account. There really is no need to have a scanning alt. Sure it could have an advantage in certain situations, but for me, no … not necessary at all. I thought I’d just keep skill queueing the character, but it just seems waisted money to me.