CareBear Sorrows





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Published on Aug 13, 2012


Eve Online, Vasili vonHolst kills over 1/2 a trillion isk worth of faction battleships.

1/2 Trillion ISK In damage inflicted on the Care Bear community.

I think that may classify this movie as the true, Most expensive non-capital ship movie ever. Some of the shots in the video you can clearly see approximately 100B in mods from 2 of my major sales in the past.

So here it is... Those that know me know that I have been talking about making this video for ages. I had a decent amount of fraps footage when Lofty released his movie but I never really got around to making one (no time to learn Adobe Premier etc.). This week I deiced to just sit down and get the damn thing done in my spare time. This is my first try at making a movie so i hope you think it came out ok. Lofty, Bryg, Corn Meal, and Arrgg actually all used to bear gank out of an in-game chan for a while working out of different systems. Good times!

Some highlights on the experience:

• Over 120B Isk earned in loot and ransom theft.
• Approx 500B in damage to level 4 mission runners (note the kill board totals are modded to include the module drops and values into the total damage inflicted.

Over 100 documented faction battleship kills. (the real figure is closer to 130, as many kill mails were stolen by NPCs, and self destructs). Many uber fit command ships and normal battleships, but I made the KB faction battleships only, just for fun.

I have been killing bears using this method for nearly 1 year, however I am a fairly inactive player. As my kill board will show, I generally play in spurts 1 month on then a take a few off (as the kill board will confirm). All in all I estimate the total damage inflicted took place in about 90 actual days of actual playtime.


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