Somehow the Amarr have bad luck in their Epic Arc. First they lose an Archon and now an important listening post is attacked.
Of course, this one is standing in the middle of the room without any defense. So really, the Sanshas gladly accept such an invitation and attack this post of course.
Because these are also clever, they also hold back some forces, especially in the expectation that surely some capsule pilot will interfere.
How right they are. So we pull out our Isthar again and try to save what can be saved. Spoiler: It succeeds.
So we arrive at the listening post, which somehow turns out to be very large and thus impossible to miss, or as the Sansha battleships would say: Impassable.
In fact, three of these ships have positioned themselves so that the station is simply in the way. They can’t get past it. Now I’m just wondering if the Amarr didn’t put this station there exactly in this size for exactly this purpose.
But I guess nobody will answer this question. So while the battleships are trying to hit me somehow the “elite” frigates found my drones much more interesting and tried to pick them out of the sky.
So my drones give a little more speed and as soon as they reach the frigates, the process is relatively fast. However, the battleships take a little longer and because of the distance, the drones had to be on the move a bit.
Alternatively, I just wait until I am close enough.
Fortunately, the second wave was much closer, but have basically the same setup. The frigates have to be destroyed very quickly by the small drones.
So basically, even during the third wave, it got a little tighter at one point, but I think it was supposed to be that way. The armor of the drones do their job and by taking them out quickly they also have a good chance of surviving.
The third wave should not be a problem either. Let’s see where in the next mission the Amarr have to save your butt.
na immerhin lebt die Drohne noch. Wichtig: nicht vergessen zu reparieren. Mein Rekord des vergessens liegt aktuell bei 15 Mission 😉
Hilf den Amarr weiter, sie haben es scheinbar nötig 😀