Flying a Noctis, 8 days from an Orca #EVEOnline

I absolutely love the new Noctis I’ve been flying around the skies of New Eden. I spent some time fitting it with the following:

Salvager
Salvager
Salvager
Tractor
Tractor
Tractor
Tractor
Tractor
10mn micro
Large shield extender
Exp cargo hold
Exp cargo hold
Signal amp II to increase locking targets from 10 to 12.
Medium salvage tackle x3

It salvages like a dream, and even more exciting is that I’m only a few days away now from flying my dream ship, the Orca. I still can’t quite afford one yet but if I keep at it I should be able to shortly after I can fly one. I really miss having my 2nd account in times like this, so I can fly a mining barge around while my Orca hauls. I know I’ll get a lot of use out of it none the less, and as each day passes by I get more and more excited.

I still haven’t taken the Helios out for a ride yet, I have to be in the right mood for that one. I’ve been working on my manufacturing and invention on a daily basis, but I’ve been letting PI slack in the background. Spending so much time setting up my extractors each day and unloading my items (another reason I want the Orca, I tend to fill up quickly when I unload all my planets) is a little daunting, and I’d much rather spend my in-game time doing something else. Maybe I’ll get back into the mood for it, we’ll see.

Happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself!

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1 Comment

  1. Akely

    The Helios is a dream! I’ve used it plenty with the Wednesday Wormhole Wanderers which do go into Wormholes every Wednesday (and Sunday).

    Whenever my Arazu or Nemesis can not scan stuff down I get the Helios. And BAM, signature is at 100%.

    So I reccomend it. It’s fairly easy to fit too. These days I run it as a Paranoid Scout, with cloak, burst ECM and warp stabs. One thing it does not to well is DPS. But for that you train a little more and get the Nemesis, which is even more fun, especially in a Wormhole.

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