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Capital Runs 1-229 (Final)

Overview

Is is more profitable to build a Carrier from BPCs or BPOs? That question was the initial spark that started my interest in capital production in 2011. Using a BPC copy pack from the market was hardly profitable so I made a plan to own and operate a set of capital BPOs.

Over time as profits started to materialize, more BPOs were purchased to round out production queues. Carrier success then started to bleed into Dreadnought production. With the upcoming industry changes in the Crius expansion, the fate of my capital operation is unknown so I have paused the project.

Here are the final numbers for almost 3 years (2.93 to be exact) of capital production. Note that Dreadnought production was a recent addition, only starting in mid-2013. Special tribute goes to my industry partner, Raath, as he was the lead on this massive project.

tl;dr Build Naglfars and Archons.

Sales

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Performance

Naglfar sales in Delve outperformed all other types and regions yet showed the most standard deviation.

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The Naglfar outperformed every other hull type when it came to profitability per time period. This is due to the balance update it received in the Odyssey update where it became a viable doctrine ship. The Archon, due to the popularity of the Slowcat doctrine, was also solid performer.

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2 Comments on “Capital Runs 1-229 (Final)”

  1. Croda says:

    What would you say your current run rate of daily average profits was? And what would you say your average daily time spent on the project was? . . . . I appreciate “average” can hide a variety of data points!

  2. […] Producing capitals still averaged out to more money on average at 50.27 M ISK/day; details on that project can be found here. […]


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