It’s that time, once again, for me to dig through my backlog of EVEmails and showcase the various comments and questions I receive from pilots across New Eden. Unlike some other hunters out there, I don’t mail the owners of MTUs I have popped, I sit back and let them contact me. I may change this approach in the future though.
Let me grab that killmail for you:
Here is the item for you too: Pith X-Type Large Shield Booster
It looks like Spontaneous Combustion (great name, by the way) had quite the adventure there! I absolutely love receiving mails like these, as I love a good story. Thanks SC! I also feel very happy, and a little proud, that I provided some inspiration to cause those events to unfold. From her killboard, we can see she racked-up quite the number of MTU kills over the years too. Bravo!
Thank you, Ysebelle, your mail made me smile, and I’m glad my blog helped to provide you with some inspiration. Oh, and as we can see from her killboard, she did indeed manage to pop a few MTUs. Well done!
You are most welcome, sir. I suppose hunting-down your own MTU still counts as an MTU hunt! I was hoping that my guide to hunting MTUs would be used for more than just regular hunting, and I’m glad it was useful.
Thank you very much for the encouragement, Novastarlee! If you haven’t seen his killboard yet, you really should, Nova is definitely one of the most accomplished MTU Hunters in EVE, with a whopping 2700 MTU kills at the time of writing this post.
Here we have a mail from a friend of mine, Mr Chili Palmer. The answer to his question is a). Attacking an MTU is a suspect-level offense, this means you will become attackable by any player in highsec without CONCORD intervening for the next 15 minutes. Thank you for the kind words, Chili, and I hope to see you in-game soon!
That’s it for this edition of MTU Mailbag, if you have any comments or questions for me, don’t hesitate to send me (Pix Severus) a mail. I reply to almost all mails I receive and there’s a good chance your mail will appear on this blog at some point in the future.