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Aernir Ridley Added Guide
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-Carrier Ratting has long been regarded as the beginning of the endgame for making ISK, with the Rorqual mining and Supercarrier ratting being the only conventional means of making more. Your ticks in this ship skyrocket from the 16-20 million ISK the Gila and Dominix offered, all the way up to 50-55 million ISK. You also gain an obscene amount of tank, and capital status which makes you by default important enough to send a ping and drop our capital forces to save.+Carrier Ratting has long been regarded as the beginning of the endgame for making ISK, with Rorqual mining and Supercarrier ratting being the only conventional means of making more. Your ticks in this ship skyrocket from the 16-20 million ISK the Gila and Dominix offered, all the way up to 50-55 million ISK. You also gain an obscene amount of tank, and capital status which makes you by default important enough to send a ping and drop our capital forces to save.
  
 In exchange for this though, the carrier is among the most action-intensive ships to fly in Eve. AFK ratting is not possible with this class of ship, and ontop of this you need to familiarize yourself with the different mechanics surrounding capital ships to give yourself the best chance of survival when ratting, and to make yourself the most ISK.  In exchange for this though, the carrier is among the most action-intensive ships to fly in Eve. AFK ratting is not possible with this class of ship, and ontop of this you need to familiarize yourself with the different mechanics surrounding capital ships to give yourself the best chance of survival when ratting, and to make yourself the most ISK. 
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-Cynosural Field Generator I+Corpus X-Type Heavy Energy Neutralizer
 Large Graviton Smartbomb II Large Graviton Smartbomb II
  
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-Cynosural Field Generator I+Fighter Support Unit II
  
 Capital Hyperspatial Velocity Optimizer I Capital Hyperspatial Velocity Optimizer I
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   * **You absolutely need to be on comms and in standing fleet so you can hear intel and call for support in real time.**   * **You absolutely need to be on comms and in standing fleet so you can hear intel and call for support in real time.**
 +  * OPTIONAL: Having a Cyno Ship undocked in system will greatly increase your chances of survival if you get tackled.
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   - Start screaming on comms and in fleet for support, ping #​impass-pings on the Voltron Discord. ​   - Start screaming on comms and in fleet for support, ping #​impass-pings on the Voltron Discord. ​
     - Get someone else to FC the organization of caps and subcaps, doing so yourself can overwhelm you.      - Get someone else to FC the organization of caps and subcaps, doing so yourself can overwhelm you. 
-  - Stop your ship and light your cyno when the FC calls for it. +  - Put 'www <​system>'​ in fleet, and kill any tackle you're capable of killing. 
 +    - If you have a cyno ship, warp it to the grid near your carrier and cloaked, ​and light it when the FC calls for it. 
   - Follow FC directions from this point on.   - Follow FC directions from this point on.
  
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