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Book review: Sabrina Jeffries' *The Pirate Lord (Lord Trilogy, Book One)*

Daisy Jones and The Six. Bunkerkind Anni said:. So are the non wing missions easier? Just did a wing mission solo last night and it was exactly as described, engineered fdl and 3 engineered vultures. Honestly was a huge pain in my fdl.

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Also the money was bad, like a million or two. Ridiculous for the difficulty. Not to mention pirate Lord uss spawns are still finicky as heck. Aekero said:. Cant say I've noticed a consistent increase in difficulty. I recently had an Elite single-player Assassination mission which involved a wing of four FdLs target in an FdL and 3 wingmen who, I'm pretty sure, had engineered weapons - if the lovely blue and red lasers were anything to go by.

I've also recently had an Elite wing Assassination mission which involved a Cobra and a pair of Vultures, who didn't get the chance to show me what sort of lasers they might be using. Stealthie said:. Yes, the wing assassination missions are harder. The "normal" assassination missions are very easy in solo in an engineered ship, even easy in a A-spec non-engineered ship. The wing missions are a challenge to do solo. IMO taking out the smaller ships first before the "main" target makes it easier.

The wing assassination missions ships take a lot longer to bring down.

Solo vs Wing "Assassinate Pirate Lord" Missions: Any difference?

Wing assassination missions are not worth your time solo. Don't even use a scanner, just go to the nav beacon, scan it, deploy weapons and wait. Ignore the planet it tells you to go to.

If after minutes the pirate hasn't shown up then go to the indicated planetary body. As mentioned above, most times the pirate will be in an Anaconda, Corvette, or Python. If you pick up multiple missions in the same system be ready for all those pirates to show up at the same time. You can eventually win with hit and run tactics given a strong enough ship but the time spent isn't worth it.