Talk:Incursion fitting principles
Split the page
The article is getting a bit long and it is starting to outgrow its name a little, so I was considering moving out the Upgrade priorities section to a separate page. The reason is that I think the modularity would be more convenient, as well as the fact it would be easier to communicate to others – either linking, or 'teaching' the first section of the page as a class (or the second, if it came to that). Additionally I am getting a little tired of linking to the §Upgrade priorities section here. Should that be split off to another page, ie Upgrade priorities; or maybe merged into Ship progression in Incursions? Obviously the call on that should first be made on whether it is a good idea to split the section off, before deciding what the exact destination is.
Reply here, with a : at the start to show you are replying if you are new, and the four tildes to sign/date. Alternatively we can move this discussion to the forums or IRC/Slack if necessary. Telinchei Talk · Contribs 06:51, 4 September 2015 (CDT)
- Cassiel seraphim suggested (verbally over comms) that they be kept together on the same page, to make it more coherent and reduce redundancy. So I guess the consensus is keep for now. Telinchei Talk · Contribs 08:19, 6 September 2015 (CDT)
Logistics Advanced Upgrades - Dspace/Faction slot saving
It has been recently discussed we should advance discussion on EHP and tank profiles of Logistics at this stage so that people know what to shoot for with the DCU/AB/Invuln + triple Remote Tracking fit in theoretical fitting. It may be worth extending the documentation to cover that fit, and the PithInvuln/quad Remote Tracking non-ore fit also. Telinchei Talk · Contribs 20:49, 3 August 2019 (CDT)