We start the second chapter of Wildfire

The first one was already quite instructive at this point.
We learned that small drones are a very good tool for dismantling enemy fleets.

And we have the knowledge that the Ishtar is quite a solid ship. Of course, the correct tactics and approach are assumed here.

That’s basically the case with any ship, but I actually doubted that the Ishtar and my skills would match. But I don’t give up that easily at this point.

After a short journey, we now continue with the second chapter of our fight against oppression. 
I have made one adjustment for this. Through the comments I was once recommended to use a set of Minmatar drones, Warrior and Berserker.
I smoothly decided to do that for the first mission.
According to the overview, there was only one ship waiting for me, and the difficulty was first to accept this mission.

Somehow my agent was not where he should be. Or was I not where the agent should be?
In any case, I found it then and it goes off to the mission…. And somehow I was now so irritated by the whole thing that I didn’t find this one either.

If a worm is in it, then also correctly. So I checked everything again and found out that I will find it in the neighboring system.
So off through the stargate, aligned and off into the pocket. And lo and behold, as soon as you get it right, it works.

Since there was only one enemy, this mission was also completed very quickly and I have to admit, the heavy drones did a pretty good job.
I was highly motivated again and since I still had time, I went straight to the next mission. 
From the description, this one should be good and easy, as the enemy moves towards me in waves and lets call in time by destroying the previous wave, or the last battleship.

So for now, no timed waves that caused me problems in the last battle mission in the first chapter.
The only downside to this mission was that it was relatively far away from my current agent and thus meant a longer walk, especially for my Noctis.

We have time and can manage this in peace in the aftermath. No time pressure as far as this is concerned. So we swing ourselves into our Ishtar and set off.
In the meantime, I take another look at the enemy faction. This time it seems to be mercenaries and I compare this with the resistances of my drones.

After I had already made five jumps. Den what do we find out again? My drones are doing the wrong damage…. 
So much for the topic I always take the right drones. In this case the Gallente are the better choice. So once the 180° turn and back to exchange.

With the this time right drones it goes off again and off into the pocket and scrap metal produce.

Each wave consists of several frigates, cruisers and battleships. 
My plan based on this was to first take out the smaller ships with the hobs and then switch to the heavy ones for the battleships.

My plan was to do the drones alone with light management and got my shock first.
Two of my Hobs were already in a very red area. Since I have but actually forgotten to repair these Depp.
So the damaged ones back in and two new ones out. And for the battleships and in the following waves for the cruisers, the Ogre are also a nice toy.

And so I went through wave after wave and I have to say it was relatively relaxed.
The only thing I’m changing now is that I switched back to my hobs just before the last battleship was shot down.

The idea behind this is relatively simple. I want to simplify the way back for my heavy drones.
The flight path is partly very long and also the Hobs need much less flight time than the Ogre and at the same time I can rush the Hobs at the new wave directly on the frigates.

As you can see my motivation to use the Beserker and Warrior was there, but the missions clearly don’t want to. So the chance will come in the next missions.

1 Rückmeldungen zu “We start the second chapter of Wildfire

  1. Hallo Sendriss,

    na zumindest ist die Idee die Drohnen auf den Gegner anzupassen hängen geblieben.

    Das ich vergesse meine Drohnen zu reparieren ist auch nicht so selten. Rekord ist glaube ich 12 Missionen mit dem gleichen beschädigten Satz zu fliegen. Tut einem dann auch immer etwas weh beim zuschauen wenn die Drohnen immer ohne Armor los fliegen.

    Fly Clever
    Zarah Arkaral

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