I happened to take a moment this morning to look at the new BattleClinic Killboard layout. It is certainly much better than it used to be. Despite the fact that it seems to have gone completely wonky on me, dropping me almost 200 places in the rankings and adding about 200 losses, it does have some features that are kind of cool. I'm not going to (once again) rehash my position on Killboards, those should be well known by now. Ok I will, skip the next paragraph if you want.
TL;DR: I don't play for killboards. I play for personal satisfaction which is derived almost entirely on a fight-per-fight basis. All killboards are wonked anyway and none of them agree on numbers, especially for those of us that have played for more than five years. They do represent a way to keep track of progress, records, and achievement in certain aspects of the game. I am not anti-killboard, but I also do not allow them to dictate the way I play the game. I could not care less frankly. Your own feelings may vary, and good for you.
One of the new features is a Ship's Used record, which keeps track of the record per ship and when the last time you used it was. That is pretty awesome in my opinion and none of the other sites have anything like it. For a PvP player like myself, it is rather interesting. I fly a lot of different ships, my own records take 14 pages.
Here are my Top Ten ships used in Eve based on total kills in each:
Sacrilege 374 - 14
Comet 357 - 70
Drake 337 - 42
Slicer 298 - 70
Tristan 155 - 50
Kestrel 106 - 25
Daredevil 93 - 21
Hawk 92 - 17
Hurricane 92 - 13
Dramiel 85 - 19
I'm surprised that the Sac remains at the top of the list. I still use the ship, don't get me wrong, but no where near how often I used to use it. The funny thing about that is that most of those kills came within a very small time-frame, back in 2012 when I used to solo camp Lisb. That was during my "life is hell I may quit Eve at any second I only have ten minutes so I'm shooting everything that comes into system" Phase.
More surprising to me is the Drake. I honestly can't remember flying it anytime during the last few years, but the site says I registered a kill in July last year. I'm not looking that up, but I wonder what that was about? Who knows. I freely admit to being weird about my ships, I like to mix things up and I get bored flying the same things over and over again. Yesterday alone I flew seven different ships and that is not at all unusual.
The only other thing I can say about the Top Ten is that 70% of them are small ships, so that seems about right. Obviously the Drake and Hurricane reflect my years in Null and the gangs we used to fly around back in the day. During my years in Syndicate especially.
Here is the remaining list of ships that have registered double digit kills:
Astero 82 - 12
Crow 82 - 26
Broadsword 80 - 4
Nightmare 75 - 1
Tormentor 64 - 27
Vagabond 63 - 7
Atron 62 -20
Sentinel 61 - 6
Firetail 55 - 5
Stabber Fleet Issue 46-3
Less than 10 kills each: Osprey Navy Issue,Nighthawk,Blackbird,Rupture,Catalyst,Cormorant,Lachesis,Dragoon,Gila,Machariel,Raven,Typhoon,Ferox,Heretic,Dominix ,Maelstrom,Omen Navy Issue,Oracle,Cruor,Gnosis,Stabber,Talos,Venture,Vexor Navy Issue,Megathron,Talwar,Ishtar,Nemesis,Maulus,Arazu,Scythe,Caracal Navy Issue,Kitsune,Anathema,Prophecy,Malediction,Deimos,Griffin,Absolution,Falcon,Armageddon,Brutix Navy Issue ,Hurricane Fleet Issue,Astarte,Eos,Ashimmu,Augoror,Raptor,Phantasm,Hound,Cerberus
Meh, it's all killboard porn I suppose. But it is interesting. I fly a lot of ships.