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Sir_Sub: I'm up for mining whenever you're on - just got my badger, so i'm happy hauling from cans.

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I just remade my account again. Same name at on atomic

 

 

"mudge"

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Our corp Mirai Yume is looking for new players now, I've been with them for a year and its always been small and rather quiet, but things seem to be picking up lately. We're getting into all sorts of thisngs, planetary interaction, production, mining, wormholing, even building a small pvp security team.

 

I've been with the game more than a year and I still feel like such a baby...there is so much to learn and do.

 

This is the bestest game I've ever played.

 

Look up Antraman in game if anyone needs help or whatever...

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w00t, finally busted my first million, built my first shuttle and first Bantam (to go with the other two I own), plus now have two Badgers to my name. I'm loving this!

 

Wrapped up Business and Industry training thus far, going to do Exploration soon - do you guys recommend the combat/advanced combat? I'm pretty sure I'm going to be an economic powerhouse in this rather than a fighter, but I figure all the training I can get helps.

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Manta - my best advice is to not generalise your skills.

Find something you like and specialise (unless you like being able to do a little of everything).

I'm a 2 year old player, but you're already better than I am at manufacturing things.

Subs char is slightly older than mine, but 1v1 in a fight I'd beat 5 kinds of shit out of him.

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I must say, I'm the sort who likes doing a bit of everything....I couldn't restrict myself to one thing only, I would get bored. So my skills are all over the spectrum and nothing really special at the moment, but at least I can experience a lot of what the game has to offer.

 

Having said that, I find that I do less and less mining these days, despite having 700K= skill points in it.

 

Anyway, I think its necessary to have a variety of abilities. I say this because no matter what you do in Eve, you need money, to buy skills, ships and equipment. So to me it makes sense to set yourself up with a form of income before you do the fun stuff like pvp, and diversifying is a good way to build income.

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Yeah, I might try this planetary interaction thing to set up some long term money gain. Although I need to read more into it.

 

Also, I remember hearing a name from one of my trainers for a mission, I assume it's one of the story arc missions. Yet I did the advanced fighting training and now I can't find any mention of it anywhere. It's frustrating me.

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hehe...first days in Eve is so confusing and disorientating...its hard to remember what you did exactly. Usually you can find what agents you talked to by looking in your character sheet on the standings page, and scrolling down the list of agents in your "liked by" tab. Right click on any of them and you can view a 'transaction history'. That might jog your memory.

 

Planetary Interaction requires a fair bit of money and skilling up....but its kinda interesting...i have to see what kind of money starts rolling in to decide whether I want to go into it in a big way.

 

For the past several months I have set up a passive income earning system, making a bit more than 120Mil per month by researching and selling datacores.

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Got a lava extracter going as well but not sure on the production modules. Looks like you need to feed lots of different raw materials in to get an end result, which seems to be where interplanetary routes come into the picture.

 

I've specialized in destroyers but have just started running assault ships ( a wolf and jag) and am finding them lots of fun. when I get some time I will top them out and the go for HAC, should be good for a laugh.

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you can automate stuff being brought to you?

 

can you do that on the market too?

 

how?

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No , I misread. You can send products up to Customs and have it stored there.

 

You can bring stuff from another planet and place it in the customs hanger from where you can ship it down to the planet. This would be to a higher tier production plant that needed the other planets products to fullfill it's advanced schematic.

 

Unfortunetly you have to carry product between planets and spacestation hangers. No intrasystem routes. :{(

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If there was ever a game award for most time consuming game, Eve would win it.

 

I spent the last 5 days setting up 5 bases, producing Tier 3 products on each planet in a WH system

 

On my days off, Eve is on all day, running in the background as something is being done, then I sit at the machine and focus on it occasionally for specific tasks.

 

Its a shame I can't clock up subscription bonuses for time spent online...

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Its a shame I can't clock up subscription bonuses for time spent online...

Not quite the same thing, but... When I left after a year, CCCP sent me a mail asking me to come back, and offering me a fortnight free.

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Its a shame I can't clock up subscription bonuses for time spent online...

Not quite the same thing, but... When I left after a year, CCCP sent me a mail asking me to come back, and offering me a fortnight free.

 

yeah I had that with wow.. still do in fact..

 

huzzah now i'll have 2 companies offering me their digital crack.

 

"I'll just have a taste..."

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