Tag Archives: Fitting

[Fitting] Epithal

I’ve decided to continue the theme of low-sec travel for a couple posts. If you haven’t checked the blog lately, I recently posted a guide to low-sec travel and a frigate travel fit for low-sec. Today, we meet the low-sec fit Epithal.
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[Fitting] Atron (travel)

Sorry for slowing down on posts again, all my free time has gone into getting corp stuff finalized. Our pre-recruitment drive to get a few extra people turned into a larger-than-expected recruitment. As a result, some stuff I thought I’d have a couple weeks to get in order now has to be finalized right away. So that’s what I’ve been up to.

In the course of getting new corp members moved to our headquarters (which requires passage through low) I’ve been encouraging those who are new to low-sec to ship their goods in to one of the region’s high-sec entry points (for the corp to courier contract through low for them) and cross low in a travel-fit frigate. This is a travel-fit Atron suitable for moving in low-sec.
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[Fitting] Occator

Hello, capsuleers. This weekend I finished training Gallente Industrial V, which was my final hurdle to climbing into a transport ship. I decided to go ahead with Gallente Industrial V over say Caldari Industrial V because I was primarily shooting for the Viator BR (a fitting post for which is next up). I’m not sure the Occator would have been my first choice for a DST, but it’s what I can currently fly, so I bought one, and here’s my fit. Continue reading

[Fitting] Here Be Drakes

In my previous post, I talked about how I came to build my very first Drake. Now comes the task of properly fitting it to stomp on some L3 missions. I went with a fairly standard passive shield tank fit, with some slight modifications. I’ll state upfront that I am not a min/max-er. I think it’s perfectly acceptable, sometimes, to trade a little bit of a primary stat for a lot of a secondary stat(s). That being said, I realize this isn’t best-in-class. Life and EVE are, as always, a learning experience. Here we go. Continue reading