Monthly Archives: October 2013

The L-word

A while ago I decided to start up a trading character. Seeing that a lot of people seem to make most of their ISK from trading. I also decided to no longer sell my manufactured goods to buy orders (I know it’s horrible that I even did it!). Now we’re a bit further in time

Time vs Reward

Everything in EvE is time related, you need time to earn ISK, time to get your skills higher, it takes time to do missions, scanning, whatever floats your boat. And what do we get in return? A reward, wether it’s the ISK or finally being able to fly that sweet sweet battleship you’ve been pining

I like to move it, move it

Except, that I don’t, not really. I hate having to go after materials, ammo,.. Anything really, I hate flying from point A to point B with a cargo ship. I trained my character to fly an Obelisk once, I forgot why, I think it had something to do with the fact that I thought it’d

A fine line

There’s a fine line between EvE being just a game, or it being close to a second job, and I think that I’m threading said line. When trying to make ISK in the game, there are a multitude of ways to do so. You can mine rocks until you’re cross eyed and sell either the

Please restock..

I forgot how annoying it is when you don’t have the correct amount of materials in stock when manufacturing. A month ago I made sure that I had enough materials for my manufacturing runs for the next two months. That was before I decided to start doing it with an extra character. So yesterday when

Fleet up!

I went on an RvB ganked roam the other day. There were about 121 people in the fleet. I had tons of fun, despite me not having done much. When I logged onto my RvB alt the first thing I did was ask in the corp channel if something fun was going on, and I

Thinking of PI

I own a few high sec factory planets. The reason why I have them is because I had gotten too lazy to update my low sec ones. So one day I decided to pack up every planet in low sec and just put factory planets in my main system. It’s turning out pretty well, I

I’m probably doing it wrong

A post at http://notmo.blogspot.be/ made me think about the way I fit my ships. As a noob, I have no idea why some fits are good and others are bad. Most of my fits I either get from friends who can use EFT or out of BattleClinic. This is probably a wrong way to approach

Taking it down a notch

A few days ago I decided to take my invention running down a few notches. The past few weeks I’ve been inventing non-stop. Every time the 10 jobs I could run were completed, I started another batch. Which means that right now I’m sitting on a whole bunch of T2 bpc’s. I decided that it