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GilGalaad's Sleipnir was destroyed, 04/25/12 16:42:00

GilGalaad's avatar
Divine Crusaders Divine Alliance
Sleipnir
Sleipnir, Value: 257,000,000 ISK
Tengu
Tengu
Sleipnir, Value: 257,000,000 ISK
Lost in Efa (0.4) to Atroz Kanjus and 17 friends.
On 2012/04/25 16:42 hrs
Value of destroyed items: 302.36 mil ISK
Value of dropped items: 251.88 mil ISK
19,063 Damage Points 1.5842
Not API verified! Source: Manual post
Atroz Kanjus's avatar
RED MASHINE Red Alliance
7 Day Compare
Both Pilot's Activity
0.00 bil Lost     ISK     Dest 0.00 bil
0 Lost | Won 0

Fitting [Hide]

Sleipnir, Value: 257,000,000 ISK
Damage received: 19,063
ISK Destroyed: 302,363,843
ISK Dropped: 251,878,276
Original value: 642,332,000
220mm Vulcan AutoCannon II
220mm Vulcan AutoCannon II
220mm Vulcan AutoCannon II
220mm Vulcan AutoCannon II
220mm Vulcan AutoCannon II
220mm Vulcan AutoCannon II
220mm Vulcan AutoCannon II
Small Energy Neutralizer II
Adaptive Invulnerability Field II
Experimental 10MN Microwarpdrive I
Dread Guristas X-Large Shield Booster
True Sansha Warp Scrambler
Imperial Navy Medium Capacitor Booster
Gyrostabilizer II
Nanofiber Internal Structure II
Gyrostabilizer II
Gyrostabilizer II
Damage Control II
Medium Anti-Kinetic Screen Reinforcer II
Medium Core Defense Operational Solidifier II


Fitted High slot items Destroyed Dropped Value
220mm Vulcan AutoCannon II, Value: 1,190,000 ISK
220mm Vulcan AutoCannon II 2 5 8,330,000
Small Energy Neutralizer II, Value: 1,450,000 ISK
Small Energy Neutralizer II 0 1 1,450,000
Fitted Mid slot items Destroyed Dropped Value
Adaptive Invulnerability Field II, Value: 1,850,000 ISK
Adaptive Invulnerability Field II 0 1 1,850,000
Experimental 10MN Microwarpdrive I, Value: 55,100 ISK
Experimental 10MN Microwarpdrive I 0 1 55,100
Dread Guristas X-Large Shield Booster, Value: 19,341,000 ISK
Dread Guristas X-Large Shield Booster 0 1 19,341,000
True Sansha Warp Scrambler, Value: 194,120,000 ISK
True Sansha Warp Scrambler 0 1 194,120,000
Imperial Navy Medium Capacitor Booster, Value: 25,000,600 ISK
Imperial Navy Medium Capacitor Booster 0 1 25,000,600
Fitted Low slot items Destroyed Dropped Value
Gyrostabilizer II, Value: 793,998 ISK
Gyrostabilizer II 1 2 2,381,994
Nanofiber Internal Structure II, Value: 490,000 ISK
Nanofiber Internal Structure II 1 0 490,000
Damage Control II, Value: 639,394 ISK
Damage Control II 0 1 639,394
Fitted rig slot items Destroyed Dropped Value
Medium Anti-Kinetic Screen Reinforcer II, Value: 9,998,000 ISK
Medium Anti-Kinetic Screen Reinforcer II 1 0 9,998,000
Medium Core Defense Operational Solidifier II, Value: 30,000,000 ISK
Medium Core Defense Operational Solidifier II 1 0 30,000,000
Cargo Destroyed Dropped Value
Republic Fleet Fusion M, Value: 609 ISK
Republic Fleet Fusion M 402 1,532 1,177,709
Republic Fleet Phased Plasma M, Value: 619 ISK
Republic Fleet Phased Plasma M 363 0 224,810
Navy Cap Booster 800, Value: 176,034 ISK
Navy Cap Booster 800 7 0 1,232,238
Republic Fleet EMP M, Value: 623 ISK
Republic Fleet EMP M 0 361 224,759
Nanite Repair Paste, Value: 16,145 ISK
Nanite Repair Paste 0 45 726,516

Comments

  • April 25, 2012, 04:31:13 pm

    Crewman Novice
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    Reputation: 9
    Moroboshi is a rising star! Moroboshi is a rising star! Moroboshi is a rising star! Moroboshi is a rising star! Moroboshi is a rising star! Moroboshi is a rising star!

    THAT SKILL !!!
  • April 25, 2012, 08:51:04 pm

    Commodore
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    Reputation: 3071
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    Quote
    Medium Core Defense Operational Solidifier II

    There's yer problem right thurr

  • April 25, 2012, 11:39:16 pm

    Senior Chief Petty Officer
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    Reputation: 283
    Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know.

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    Medium Core Defense Operational Solidifier II

    There's yer problem right thurr



    What's the problem with the solidifier rigs?
  • April 25, 2012, 11:52:46 pm

    Commodore
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    Reputation: 3071
    Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know.

    Hello, I'm Widdershins and welcome to my first class of the day: Sleipnir 101.

    Dude it's an XL-boosted Sleipnir. Putting a Solidifier on it just means your cap runs dry in 35 seconds instead of 65.

    No, seriously. I just guessed that number through dead reckoning, and it's the real number. It virtually halves your capacitor duration for very little appreciable benefit. Your greatest asset in a burst-tanked ship is your capacitor efficiency so you can keep riding that tank like an angry bull as long as possible. Switching from a safeguard to a solidifier is like switching the angry bull out for a rabid bull with roid-rage: it's about 13% more awesome, but it's not going to last nearly long enough to make a difference.

    In practicality though I was being sarcastic. He was killed by a proximate infinity of Tornadoes. Class dismissed, I need to nurse my teaching-juice in a darkened room.
  • April 26, 2012, 12:00:59 am

    Senior Chief Petty Officer
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    Reputation: 283
    Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Afandi forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know.

    Temper, temper, temper...

    I made a mistake, swapping the places for the solidifer and teh safeguard, in my mind. Also, my experience with shield-tanked ships is small.
  • April 26, 2012, 12:04:46 am

    Commander
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    Reputation: 1052
    Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Hell G. forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know.

    Hello, I'm Widdershins and welcome to my first class of the day: Sleipnir 101.

    Dude it's an XL-boosted Sleipnir. Putting a Solidifier on it just means your cap runs dry in 35 seconds instead of 65.

    No, seriously. I just guessed that number through dead reckoning, and it's the real number. It virtually halves your capacitor duration for very little appreciable benefit. Your greatest asset in a burst-tanked ship is your capacitor efficiency so you can keep riding that tank like an angry bull as long as possible. Switching from a safeguard to a solidifier is like switching the angry bull out for a rabid bull with roid-rage: it's about 13% more awesome, but it's not going to last nearly long enough to make a difference.

    In practicality though I was being sarcastic. He was killed by a proximate infinity of Tornadoes. Class dismissed, I need to nurse my teaching-juice in a darkened room.

    It depends if you're still wrong about tripleweb vindicators on jump freighters or not
  • April 26, 2012, 12:16:30 am

    Lieutenant
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    Reputation: 721
    Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Randy Wray forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know.

    If it wasnt for the OP raging I'd think this to be one of elderads secret alts just because of the name and the ship type. (elf  fag  flying active shield)
  • April 26, 2012, 12:23:38 am

    Captain
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    Reputation: 818
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    If the OP is mad about being blob'd.

    Seriously, is this the first time this has happened to you?
  • April 26, 2012, 01:24:31 am

    Commodore
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    Reputation: 3071
    Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know. Widdershins forgot more about gaming than you'll ever know.

    Seriously, is this the first time this has happened to you?

    WELL IT WON'T BE THE LAST

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