Ship fitting - Built on July 24, 2009
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I not long ago posted this fit in a thread on battleclinic to show someone how to fit a carrier, however I think this fit warrants it's own thread.
I do not fly this but it's fairly close to how most of my alliances carriers are fit give or take a few mods.
Any faction mods can be downgraded to tech 2 but the ones I have chosen aren't hugely expensive and considering this may be the only capital ship you will ever fly(dreads are too specialized, super caps are too impractical for the average pod pilot) I think it deserves some faction gear at least.
Also dreads die more often because of siege mode carriers without triage get huge amounts of RR so are allot less vulnerable in large fleets so faction gear can be justified.
The modules and rigs have all been selected for fairly obvious reasons I won't go into detail but if you have any questions about why these mods are used feel free to ask.
This combination of modules easily transfers onto all the other carriers with a few alterations namely the tank but the basic framework should remain.
1. 4 slot(5 max) tank including 1 capital rep/booster
2. damage control(optional, should be switched for cap power relay on the chimera)
3. 1-3 remote capital amour repairer, capital shield transfer array or capital energy transfer array
4. 1-2 smartbombs and 1-2 large neuts(preferably faction for added range)
5. sensor booster with scan res scripts(capitals have a very slow lock time)
6. any left over slot should be fitted with capacitor recharges or capacitor power relays
7. 3 capacitor control circuits
I would ask that you +1 this fit if you think it's good, so as people can see how a carrier should be fit.