And older clip of me cruising around in my Python, back during December of 2017. I’ll get some new stuff, I promise. In between of some stuff right now, so I’m just referring to my backlog in the meantime.
This was something I cooked up upon a person I’ve known from an Elite: Dangerous group called my Type-10 a space turtle. While this was nothing new, she had previous described other ships with varying names. I decided that this finally needed to be put down for posterity, along with sharing to the entire world.
This did get posted on Reddit with almost 1,000 upvotes and 25,000 views. Suffice to say it was well received. In fact, commenters wanted a Part 2. Looks like I have my work cut out for me.
Inspiration from CMDR Taranava.
This was a lot earlier this year, but a short video of me engaged in combat during the Ngalia CG back in January. Wing mates are CMDR Tuvok and CMDR Haggisforce.
Original flight date 1-09-2018, in the Mobius PvE group.
Having been part of Mobius PvE since July 2017, I had never really visited any of the Mobius systems or even their home base. I decided that needed to be changed. So during my travels near Imperial space I noticed Azrael wasn’t too far away, hopped over and stopped in. Didn’t get any T-shirt or anything, though.
Hi guys, Janeil here. I’m still struggling to keep up with the Heather installments. However in lieu of that while I catch up, do enjoy this guest story by JP Hack, who’s graciously allowed me to post his shennanigans in the Elite: Dangerous universe. Enjoy!
Ah, the Evarate system. So nice. So peaceful. A great day for a little mayhem! My plan was simple. Interdict players and fight them. But not newbs. Nope, I have a moral code. I went for the big dawgs like Pythons, FDL’s, Cobras, vipers, etc. What’s more insane than a pilot with the balls and skills to try to take on a bigger ship? A pilot with a Slightly bigger ship trying to take on bigger ships! Good bye Eagle!
Sit down boys and girls, commanders of all ages, as I retell you what happened last night. Lets just say that some people take role playing too seriously.
Okay, I did my homework. So I strolled through the ship yard and bought a slightly used, fully loaded, with extended warranty, Viper MK3. I had the sweet matte black paint job with skull markings. “Surely, they will take me seriously now!” Not even close.