- Circe to Ulysses, Book XII, The Odyssey
After my post summarizing the ISK I'm making running level IV missions for the Sisters of Eve, I decided I'd run an experiment. I wanted to see how much ISK I could generate running security missions like they were PI. It works like this. I'd run a mission a day like I used to attend to my PI setup every day. In the past, I'd spent 30 to 60 minutes doing PI related stuff each day. Most level IV missions I can run in a lunch hour. So it's roughly equitable. Then I would have a comparison point to make.
Unfortunately I'm a little behind on my mission a day goal. It's been more like I miss a couple days and then have to make them up by running several missions in a row. Since December 18th, the cut off for my last income post, I've only run 20 missions. I should have run 22 missions by now. I'm such a laggard. I'll have to do better.
All I can do is place blame where blame belongs. It's those damn sisters of Jebediah Kerman I tell you! They are Sirens, and I have no mast upon which to be tied. Just last night I sat down at the keyboard saying to myself, "Time to catch up on my mission count!" But then that damned music started to play. I couldn't resist it. Instead of running SoE missions I did this:
That's Jebediah on the dark side of Mün just after he planet the Kerbal flag. I completed two successful Mün landings in two new biomes, East and Northwest Crater. I also completed one successful orbital insertion of a probe around Dres. I unlocked two 160 point technologies and one 300 point technology. All in all, it was a very busy and successful evening: just not doing the thing I set a goal about doing. Oops.
I'll endeavor to do better this weekend... hopefully.
PS: To Mr. Anonymous - thank you for catching my typos in the last post. It was a long one and those things happen. I appreciate your editorial diligence. As for the rest of your comment, if you want negativity posted you should provide a name. If you want to hide behind anonymity, I feel no obligation to share your negativity with the world - no matter how small a fraction of it actually reads this blog. Step up to the plate and take some responsibility for what you write instead of being pusillanimous about it. K? Thx. Bye.