TIPS FOR A GOOD HUNT

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TIPS FOR A GOOD HUNT

Post by Admin on Sun Jan 24, 2016 5:57 pm

Just some things to bear in mind, having been in business for more than a few years.

Clients:
The client is always right. When within earshot. Look, you will never have a high volume of contracts unless someone is happy to pass you along word of mouth. And, in keeping BHF a secret, word of mouth is the only way we will get more business. So, when a contract comes along, make sure the client is a very happy client.

Under promise and Over deliver. Allow for extra time so that those unforeseen circumstances that will delay you will not make you go past your contractual time frame. When you complete your contract ahead of schedule, your client will admire your efficiency and get you more work.

Contracts:
Who. What. Where. When. How. Why. And all up front. You need to know exactly what your goal is, be it to capture a sentient or recon work in a system. You need to be clear on this up front. If any changes are made in the middle of a job, you will have a leg to stand on if you wish to go no further. Make sure you know where you are expected to be and when. If something needs to be done in a certain way, just think about every aspect of your Hunt before you take it on. Why? Well, to get paid. Aside from that, the why can only allow your conscience to get in the way. Why can be a huge distraction. You need to be ready to do it or not.

Targets:
You need good information on your target. If the client cannot give you PARTICULAR information on things such as skills, location, transportation the target might use, other details you will need in order to plan a hunt, you might want to really think twice about it. Don't be desperate to take on a hunt unless you are sure you have a good chance of success.

Skills:
No your own skills and use them to your advantage. Also, know your weaknesses so that they cannot prevent you filling your contracts.

Equipment:
Make sure you have what you will need before you begin. Make sure you are in a hip that can carry enough passengers. Make sure your Macros are in your pack. Make sure you have stun cuffs. Don't get to your target and then facepalm.


Above all else, when you have a doubt, take advantage of your fellow hunters' experience. That is, after all, why we are together in the first place.

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