“First you will come to the Sirens who enchant all who come near them. If any one unwarily draws in too close and hears the singing of the Sirens, his wife and children will never welcome him home again, for they sit in a green field and warble him to death with the sweetness of their song.”
– Circe to Ulysses, Book XII, The Odyssey
After my post summarizing the ISK I’m making running level IV missions for the Sisters of Eve, I decided I’d run an experiment. I wanted to see how much ISK I could generate running security missions like they were PI. It works like this. I’d run a mission a day like I used to attend to my PI setup every day. In the past, I’d spent 30 to 60 minutes doing PI related stuff each day. Most level IV missions I can run in a lunch hour. So it’s roughly equitable. Then I would have a comparison point to make.
Unfortunately I’m a little behind on my mission a day goal. It’s been more like I miss a couple days and then have to make them up by running several missions in a row. Since December 18th, the cut off for my last income post, I’ve only run 20 missions. I should have run 22 missions by now. I’m such a laggard. I’ll have to do better.
All I can do is place blame where blame belongs. It’s those damn sisters of Jebediah Kerman I tell you! They are Sirens, and I have no mast upon which to be tied. Just last night I sat down at the keyboard saying to myself, “Time to catch up on my mission count!” But then that damned music started to play. I couldn’t resist it. Instead of running SoE missions I did this:
PS: To Mr. Anonymous – thank you for catching my typos in the last post. It was a long one and those things happen. I appreciate your editorial diligence. As for the rest of your comment, if you want negativity posted you should provide a name. If you want to hide behind anonymity, I feel no obligation to share your negativity with the world – no matter how small a fraction of it actually reads this blog. Step up to the plate and take some responsibility for what you write instead of being pusillanimous about it. K? Thx. Bye.