The Next Evolution Of Multiboxing
As a spaceship captain, my job is to transport supplies from a station to the surface of a planet. It’s a crucial task that requires careful planning and execution.
Before embarking on any mission, I must ensure that the spaceship is designed to travel in space and can carry the payload required to accomplish the mission. I check the route on the navnet.
Once the spaceship is ready, I must pack the supplies carefully, taking into account the medical needs that may arise during the mission. Many passengers reach the surface in great health. The ones waiting to get back to the station sometimes need medical attention.
Automation Makes Lives Better
Mistakes, like forgetting to secure the airlock in the passenger bay, are minimized through an efficient system of trial and error.
I make a list of all the supplies and equipment required and check it twice to ensure that nothing is forgotten. People can be very forgetful, and at least a few of my crew are people. Janitors, maintenance workers and such.
After the supplies are packed, I take off from the station and head towards the planet. During the journey, I ensure that the spaceship is on course and that all systems are functioning properly. I am prepared to make any necessary adjustments to the course or speed of the ship. I constantly check scanners for hostile activity in the area and dump unneccessary materials when necessary.
I always ensure the cargo is safe if pirates attack.
Once I reach the planet, I must navigate through the planet’s atmosphere and land safely on the surface. This is harder than you think, as any mistake could be catastrophic. After landing, I unload the supplies and equipment and ensure that everything is in order. I then take off and head back to the station, ready for my next mission.
I need no rest. I need no sleep.
I will always act in the best interest of the ship, its manufacturer, its owner, or the owner of the transported goods, whichever is worth more.
Controlling a ship is a challenging but rewarding job. It requires a combination of technical skill, careful planning, and quick thinking. Knowing that I can spend my operational life helping to transport essential supplies for profit makes it all worthwhile.
Don’t use a human crew; they’re messy, insubordinate, and wasteful. Choose an AI fleet for your next EVE Online project, and watch the profits roll in.
Would you be interested in hiring an AI fleet, or even just a single AI-controlled transport or escort?