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Thursday, March 13, 2014

The Real Skinny

I got home so late yesterday that all I had time to do was download and install the 1.3 gigabyte update that was Rubicon 1.3. I am not complaining mind you, it just prevented my from doing the thing that I'd been looking forward too all day. But Tuesdays are always long days for me RL so I mostly figured I'd have to wait. So I waited.

With all the patching done, main system and laptop, last night, I was able to log into New Eden today at lunch and set my plans in motion. I had to do some flying around to find just the right system, but soon I had it: Renyns. I obtained the blue print copy, purchased the needed component, and started the manufacturing job. It would take 40 minutes and then I'd have it! The phone rang - of course. RL claimed the rest of my lunch hour. :-(

I finally got home this evening about two hours ago and found my way back to Renyns. I retrieved my manufacturing job with bated breath. The result was definitely worth the wait.

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So what's a care-badger like me supposed to do with a fine ship like the new Rokh Nugoeihuvi Edition? Take it mining of course! [1]

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With the Adaptive Invulnerability Fields playing over the custom paint job, the skin of this Rokh seems to come alive. I was mesmerized just watching it. I am impressed.



Fly Careful

[1] Seems I wasn't the only one with this idea. The scientist over on A Scientist's Life in EVE mentioned it as well in his post Jita to Jita, Pod Goo to Pod Goo, Dust to Dust. ;-)

1 comment:

  1. […] and fit two ships for Incursion running. I bought a Raven to start with, and yesterday I re-fit my newly skinned Rokh to run Incursions. And that’s about all I’ve been able to accomplish. It’s not […]

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