We build then once a round

Some time ago there was a major change in the Login Rewards area. 
Up until that point, an epidemic had been raging and my station container kept getting cluttered.
I’m talking about the Blueprint Copies that CCP distributed to players as part of the old rewards and that you somehow collected.

Everyone knows this container where these things have simply been filed. The whole thing was supplemented with me by other BPC that one has worked out. 
Since my collection has now become relatively large, and first by the reward is no longer added, I would like to finally dismantle this once.
Basically, here is the collection of three different accounts.

Each BPC that was distributed by CCP contains exactly the possibility to build two ships of this type.
Fortunately these have also been researched directly. We start with a ME value of 10% and a TE value of 20%.
Which basically saves us costs in the first place.

Fortunately, there were only ships in the T1 range and only up to the size of a cruiser, so I can build them without problems.
There are basically only the costs for the blue slot as well as the taxes for buying and selling the materials.
On the picture above all remaining BPC can be ignored. There are also a few like the Atron that I have acquired on other “ways” and do not move into this list.

So in total we come to the following number of ships:

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

  • Algos: 12 BPC = 24 ships
  • Atron: 5 BPC = 10 ships
  • Breacher: 10 BPC = 20 ships
  • Caracal: 7 BPC = 14 ships
  • Catalyst: 10 BPC = 20 ships
  • Coercer: 10 BPC = 20 ships
  • Condor: 12 BPC = 24 ships
  • Corax: 10 BPC = 20 ships
  • Cormorant: 6 BPC = 12 ships
  • Dragoon: 17 BPC = 34 ships
  • Executioner: 14 BPC = 28 ships
  • Incursus: 6 BPC = 12 ships
  • Kestrel: 10 BPC = 20 ships
  • Maller: 12 BPC = 24 ships
  • Merlin: 13 BPC = 26 ships
  • Moa: 11 BPC = 22 ships
  • Omen: 14 Schiffe = 28 ships
  • Punisher: 15 BPC = 30 ships
  • Rifter: 15 BPC = 30 ships
  • Rupture: 13 BPC = 26 ships
  • Slasher: 12 BPC = 24 ships
  • Stabber: 4 BPC = 8 ships
  • Talwar: 10 BPC = 20 ships
  • Thorax: 11 BPC = 22 ships
  • Thrasher: 9 BPC = 18 ships
  • Tormentor: 6 BPC = 12 ships
  • Tristan: 12 BPC = 24 ships
  • Vexor: 9 BPC = 18 ships

In total, we come to just under 296 runs or translated to just under 592 ships that may now produce in order to reduce this stock.

Since I also like to work with Excel professionally, I did not miss the opportunity to create a corresponding Excel table.

This could be based on the current price, possibly at the time of publication again outdated, and the respective quantity calculate what me the construction of the entire stack anyway of the individual ships basically brings.
As I said, taxes are excluded for the time being and in this situation we directly use sell orders and put the finished ships back on the market as sell orders.

With very few exceptions, we come out of this with a useful profit. We currently have to invest just under 2.1b ISK to generate a profit of just under 150m ISK.
So we are in positive territory here for now. Which is good news for now.

It looks better if we ignore all the ships that bring us losses. Then our investment drops to a little below 2b ISK and the profit increases again by about 22m ISK.
In the optimal ratio we make a profit of almost 8.64% which I think is not completely wrong.

Here plays possibly the consideration still with me purely, whether one does not expand the whole something later and generally tries to enter into the shipbuilding. Cruisers make a good impression in terms of absolute profit.

The Maller makes almost 1.2 million ISK, followed by the Omen with 1.1 million ISK per ship.
If you look at the profit in percentages, smaller ships are usually ahead due to the low investment.
According to this evaluation, the Coercer as a destroyer with a little over 43% profit in relation to the costs is the front runner.
This is followed by the Kestrel and the Tristan with just under 27%.
You simply have to assess which market is best and where you want to invest your ISK. 

Generally I will extend this evaluation once on all ships and then calculate in each case also with a ME value of 20%.
Then I have a corresponding total overview.

What do you do with your BPC that you have received from CCP? 


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