BR: Got home from work, we wiped out a fleet in 66-. Canaris and Maka FC'd, and basically lost a couple ships for quite a few sub caps killed. Onlined a couple TCU's while killing theirs (they had like 5 or something).
We babysat for hours, killing idiots in 46dp. We reinforced some POS' and some systems around Tenerifis. Getting late, losing USTZ and RUTZ is waking up... we get wind of hostile form up about 1 hr before onlining. With about 35 sub caps, 2 titans and some motherships we readied ourselves. Hostiles had 100ish sub caps and 15 supers. With 66- spiking we finally got cyno on nulli pos and jumped in our supers. It was spooky, but we approached shields and readied to rep the TCU.
Hostiles landed on POS and the fight began. Maka and I were capping titans and we decided balls to the wall and jumped them into the fight hoping for no massive bumps. At this point the hostile supers had already jumped in, and they primaried one of our Nyxs. He made it into pos in half armor, and they continued shooting our sub caps. Guardians did an excellent job and Maka and I went to town on the sub caps with our titans. Whittling down their sub caps, my Avatar was primaried. Casually I tried to re configure and realized the idiot next to me in a Nyx wasn't configured...
Turned out the Nyx duder wasn't even on comms (found that out after the fight). Lucky for me the moment I noticed a ticker up of yellow boxes on that toon I had started approaching shields, and I coasted in at just under half armor. They primaried the TCU and our reps could not keep up. TCU #1 died. We continued fighting, and 2 min later popped a cyno bringing in additional supers to the fight. At this point the enemy FC realized he was in a really bad position due to lack of bubbles, fighting on a hostile pos where primaries can get safe, and the fact his shit was bubbled. We primaried the first Nyx... he jumped out. Second, third and fourth primaries weren't so lucky and stayed bubbled. They died alone, as the rest of the supers jumped out.
TCU #2 onlined, and Nulli now owns the system.
- ▼ 2011 (65)