I was roaming about one night when I became irritated by an abundance of afk pilots sitting in safe spots. These were not high end ships, but rather rookie ships and industrials and the like. These pilots were hiding in plain view, secure in the knowledge that the pathetic combat values of their ships and the effort of actually finding them would keep them safe.
At first I just ignored them, but they were everywhere, and they cluttered up my D-scan dreadfully. Finally, I decided that someone needed to do something about this, and I returned to Hevrice to collect my probing ship.
However, they were right, to an extent. Jumping back and forth between ships would be a pain, especially as I would have to wait out my gcc between each kill because otherwise the station guns would try to vapourise me on the dock/undock.
And that's when it hit me: I needed a Combat Cloaky! I could save masses of time by just killing them in my probing ship, and it would be far more amusing that using an actual combat vessel.
Quickly throwing together something laughably called a fit, with one rocket launcher, a cloak, expanded probe launcher and about three scrams (in case of warp stabilisers), I set out on in my trusty Anathema to hunt.
I made no effort to hide my probes, but quickly scanned out an Iteron that
A Prorator nearly followed, but I forgot about the locking delay and he warped off when I uncloaked but could not immediately point him.
For my next kill I warped in at range (to ensure it was not at a pos), and then warped in a second time, dropping cloak as I did so. It turns out that this Velator was actually not piloted, but since it was cluttering up my D-scan, I destroyed it any way. Apparently, that still nets me a killmail.
By this point, my combat probes had been out for a good 15 minutes, and the other afk pilots were taking the hint and bailing out of Aeschee as fast as they could. So, after waiting out my gcc, I called it a night, feeling very much like OFFICA LADY SHANIQUA after a full day of SERVING JUSTIC.
Sometimes, you need to leave the serious pvp behind for a little while and just do something crazy and fun. This is part of why sucide ganking is so popular; although I've never been a fan, I've not condemmed others for enjoying it. For my part, I had loads of fun on my JUSTIC PATROL, and I hope to do it again some time.
Which probably means I need to come up with a decent combat fit for my Anathema.