Sophocles once said "The Immortal Gods alone have neither age nor death! All other things almighty Time disquiets." and as I finally push past 10,000,000 skill points, a product of a long and arduous process; I finally am beginning to feel that my abilities are coming together. My support skills are forever on the rise, with all but a few now at minimum lv 4, the most important lv 5. This is good as I'm now able to afford more time to actually training skills that I want such as prerequisites for new ship classes and so forth.
This is a pie chart of my current layout of skills, with a hefty amount placed into gunnery (for obvious reasons) and spaceship command (mainly due to my foolish wish to want all four races of frigate skills at level 5).
I can now fly Minmatar, Caldari and Amarr ships all tech 2 fit including their tech 2 hulls. Gallente is having to be put on hold for a while, as the required drone skills are not going to be easily taught. The most exciting ship I now have access to is the Imperial Navy Slicer, a ship that I've always held interest in, but due to never bothering to train for tech 2 small lasers I have gone without it for some time. In little over 1 day, I will have a skill-set that I am comfortable enough with to fly one of these.
The future for Kishin is still one of uncertainty, my main current goals are to continue working on my support skills, whilst finishing off the four race policy I have in place. By proxy, this will open up other ships like the Dramiel and Cruor to me (which is a very nice prospect indeed!) I am still slowly moving towards cruisers, it is just a matter of getting the medium laser/projectile skills to tech 2 allowable and I'm there. I will pursue that at a later date.
As I look back on my time in New Eden, I smile and look forward to the future with even more excitement. With a new CSM being chosen soon and another expansion on the horizon, I am in hope that life in low-sec will get ever more interesting. I've definitely come a long way during my time in the Tuskers also, going from what was once a wallet that held little more than 10 million at a time and a killboard of 25-24 kills to losses respectively, to a much more healthy amount (I won't reveal details!) and a killboard that I am very proud of. Here's to the next 10 unlucky pilots that push me up to 300 kills.