For me, really. There was a real-life break in the middle, (fire department stuff), and when I got back home I just couldn’t sleep. So I stayed up till about midnight EST, helping a corp-mate ensure they could keep aggro on a MR and snag all the tasty that was found. All I really did was just fleet up and d-scan a few planets in Dodixie with my Vexor. I do like the “hunter” role, though. Checking stations for the mark, looking around the d-scan, etc.
I really need to get more scanner practice in. I mean, in the area of hunting down an individual person. It’s hard in a system like Dodixie, except in the case where a bookmark is shared and you can scan a mission-running area, etc. I’ll get there.
Speaking of getting there: I was off at Fricoure earlier in the night. I used my Catalyst to salvage the loot at a tasty 650 m/s and when the runner was still working on the last two rats, I returned and started snagging loot. He apparently didn’t care, and left them for me. So I returned with a bigger ship and grabbed everything. Even the cap-booster charges.
Made about 20 Mil. Which is, nicely, near the price of that Myrmidon I want. So in that – I’ve got a shopping list of items, from which I am slowly filling a station container with goodies. Goodies found from mission runners like that. One of the things I enjoy about failfitting most of my pvp ships is that I don’t care – I’ve hardly spent a dime on items. Eventually I will be out of the failfit stage, and will get on with the real combat.