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 In Brave fleets, the capchain channels are generally organized to have all Basilisk pilots in one capchain and all Osprey pilots in a second chain. ​ As logi anchor, it's your call whether to maintain this or to adjust how capchaining is done based on the formup. ​ Capchain channels for use can be found in the Message of the Day for the Logibrave ingame channel. ​ It is critical to ensure that all of the appropriate pilots are in the correct capchain channel, and that no additional pilots are there. In Brave fleets, the capchain channels are generally organized to have all Basilisk pilots in one capchain and all Osprey pilots in a second chain. ​ As logi anchor, it's your call whether to maintain this or to adjust how capchaining is done based on the formup. ​ Capchain channels for use can be found in the Message of the Day for the Logibrave ingame channel. ​ It is critical to ensure that all of the appropriate pilots are in the correct capchain channel, and that no additional pilots are there.
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 +Ask your pilots how much they can rep per cycle and cycle times. Given a newbie fleet may not have all the same composition you should have a rough idea of your aggregate rep in both a burst and per second. ​
  
 ===During the Fleet=== ===During the Fleet===
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 The least most important thing you will need to do as the logi anchor is to rep the fleet. Only do this is you have positioned the fleet out of harm's way. The least most important thing you will need to do as the logi anchor is to rep the fleet. Only do this is you have positioned the fleet out of harm's way.
  
 +Don’t assume your fleet has watchlists properly configured. Newbies won’t know how or why, even if you tell them at fleet form up. When snowflakes get targeted call it. 
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 +Ask folks to space reps out on activation. Divide cycle times by number of reppers and ask folks to spread the initial burst over the cycle time. This ensures a steadier supply of repping and prevents blowing through hardened layers in bursts. Your opponent DPS will be trying to alpha and cluster damage as closely together as possible, and you should be ensuring you’re always applying reps. 
  
 Do these things, practice them, and you will become an excellent logi anchor in no time. Do these things, practice them, and you will become an excellent logi anchor in no time.
  
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