After I released my new PVP Video called Astro Zombies, I got a lot of feedback from people who wanted a Narrated Version. In the past, I have always followed my “Old Fashioned” PVP Videos (fast music and explosions) with slower Learn PVP Editions. So while I hadn’t yet planned to do a Narrated Version, the demand for one convinced me I needed to.
Keep in mind this is not part of the New SFI PRO Guide, although the content here is much more similar than the previous version of Astro Zombies. The SFI PRO Guide will contain far more detail and teach you everything from fittings, to tactics, to escape maneuvers, and much more.
This video contains two of the Fights from Astro Zombies that I think are the best in terms of Teachable Tactics that will help you to get more kills no matter what ship you fly. The first is my fight with Goons in the Nano SFI (Stabber Fleet Issue) and the second is with the Cynabal.
Pay close attention to how I use my movements to in a small way, control the enemy’s movements. By knowing their most likely reactions, I can often times guide an enemy into a position where I can kill them. This video will give you a good idea of how I do that.
Make sure you watch in 1080p with full screen to get the best results…
If you want to learn how to fly like this, then you need to get my new SFI PRO Guide which contains the fittings, tactics, and PVP videos for the Stabber Fleet Issue, Cynabal, and Tech 1 Stabber. These are amazing solo ships that can be used in almost every area of PVP. Also, once you have great skills for one, you probably have great skills for the others, so you are getting much more “Bang for your Buck.”
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As many already know, I’ve been hard at work creating a new SFI (Stabber Fleet Issue) Guide for a long time. When people asked how long until it was completed, I kept saying “next month” only to find out another cool fitting or tactic I wanted to add, so the Guide just grew bigger and bigger. Now finally it’s complete and contains over 8 hours of instructional PVP Video. It’s HUGE.
While just a few of these videos is enough to get you out out of a station and rolling in solo killmails, the rest will make you a PVP King! These Videos cover several powerful fittings for the SFI, Tech 1 Stabber, and Cynabal, plus you’ll learn how to handle almost every situation you’re likely to face.
The New SFI PRO Guide will be released on Friday April 5th at 20:00 EVE Time (That’s 4 pm USA Eastern Time).
Like all of my PRO PVP Guides, the SFI PRO Guide will teach you the Fittings to use, the Tactics (in my awesome MS Paint Tactics Lectures), and use my “Stop Motion” video to demonstrate and teach you with real solo PVP fights. You’ll learn not just how to win fights, but how to find them, and how to turn one fight into many.
It has become a Tradition for me to release a “Preview” video for every new guide I release and this one is no different. BUT I have been getting ALOT of requests to make a new PVP Video (the old fashioned kind with music), so I figured why not do both at the same time?
So this Preview is footage from the SFI Guide that has been re-edited and synched up with some awesome music. Plus there’s also a cool theme to it that I think you’ll like based on my past use of old Movie’s as titles.
But keep in mind, the actual Guide is not like this, the Guide is real time video with narration, drawing on the screen to illustrate tactics, and focused on Teaching. This video is just for fun!
As many of you have probably noticed the Screen Resolution on my videos has changed a few times. This video is from the “Square” days when my main monitor was Square (I have since upgraded and all new videos I’m making are 1080p).
I created this video while updating my Frigate PVP PRO Guide about 6 or so months ago, then I completely forgot to upload it for some reason. A few days ago I found it on my hard drive and decided I should post it.
The Video is of me in a Republic Fleet Firetail, which is one of my favorite frigates. The reason for that is because they are currently dirt cheap for how capable they are AND most importantly people tend to underestimate them. Unlike the Dramiel, people will actually fight a Firetail instead of running to get Dramiel Killing ships.
Here is the fitting:
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EFT Export Fitting:
[Republic Fleet Firetail, Dual Prop]
Overdrive Injector System II
Damage Control II
Micro Auxiliary Power Core II
Medium Shield Extender II
J5b Phased Prototype Warp Scrambler I
Limited 1MN Microwarpdrive I
Experimental 1MN Afterburner I
200mm AutoCannon II, Republic Fleet Phased Plasma S
200mm AutoCannon II, Republic Fleet Phased Plasma S
Rocket Launcher II, Caldari Navy Inferno Rocket
Small Projectile Burst Aerator I
Small Anti-EM Screen Reinforcer I
Small Core Defense Field Extender I
When I created this fitting, I was basically trying to create a “Cheap Dramiel” and in all respects it is just that. The biggest differences are slightly less speed, agility, and DPS output. The fitting is pretty tight so depending on your skills you may have to adjust certain modules to make it work.
The primary targets are Interceptors and Tech 1 frigates. Beyond that you can safely engage almost everything except for some Destroyers, some Recons, and a few other ships.
In the full video that I posted to the Frigate PVP PRO Guide I show how it can engage larger targets when I use it to take down a Drake.
Now that Can Flipping is no longer a viable tactic in EVE Online, I figured it was a good time to hunt down my old Can Flipping Footage and make a quick Video out of it. It’s not Blinged out or anything, but it is a 1 Million SP Character killing much larger ships in a lowly Tech 1 Rifter.
Over the last two months I’ve been flying the Hurricane almost exclusively so I could create the most effective and fun Hurricane PVP Guide ever made. During that time I was able to capture video of amazing wins as well as in depth videos about the tactics of setting up fights and escaping when things go bad.
Most people don’t realize it but what makes the Hurricane so good at solo PVP is that it is great at “Disengaging” which is the core component to solo PVP. Things are going to go bad in many if not most of your fights, being able to escape allows you to survive so you can change tactics and adapt.
Another awesome thing you’re going to learn in these videos is how you can turn one fight into many fights by “Chaining” them together. This is one of those tactics that can multiply your kills by 2 or 3 fold.
A good example of this is the Narrated and Illustrated “Hurricane Massacre” video where you’ll see me turn a few easy kills into a full night of Carnage!
By the way, you probably know how much I love getting my opponents to come to me, because it makes PVP so much easier. Well it turns out the Hurricane is one of those ships that people think can be killed easily with a small blob. They come right to you and give you super easy kills then you just escape with ease by using the escape tactics you’ll learn in the Video Guides!
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