Passing of the Baton. (BB #64)

The end of an era has come. The responsibilities of the Blog Banter has passed to a new lord.

First was the BlogFather, CrazyKinux at CrazyKinux’s Musing.

Then was Kirith Kodachi, hidden in the Inner Sanctum of the Ninveah.

Now it’s Drakharn, of Sand Cider and Spaceships.

And with that… let’s start the Blog Banter.


Welcome to the continuing monthly EVE Blog Banters and our 64th edition! For more details about what the blog banters are visit the Blog Banter page.

Torpedo! Torpedo! Torpedo!
With the Aegis release we will see missile boats get their own version of the tracking enhancer and the tracking computer. On the forums there have been calls for new ‘missile defence eWar’ to counter these new modules. Is this needed? Are smartbomb ‘firewalls’ enough? Do defender missiles need an overhaul to make them actually worth using? Do we need the missile version of the remote tracking disruptor? Or do we go all Star Trek and have Point-Defence Phaser Banks? Banter on!

My goodness, yes.
This is EVE. Everything that you can do to make your ship better,should be able to be disadvantaged in some way.
Your ship goes fast? Stasis Webifiers!
Ships are warping away? Warp Disruptors/Scramblers/bubbles!
Ship is locking me? ECM/Target breakers!
That ship has really good tracking? Tracking Disruptors!
But now there’s missiles…
That can’t be countered in an easy and simple manner.
Please bring out Missile Tracking Disruptors!

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