Monthly Archives: January 2015

On the move

I did a lot of jumps last night before heading to bed. I’ve been looking for a corporation for a while now with a friend of mine, either to go back to wormholes, or have a look at Sov Space.Yesterday our search came to an end when we(well my friend first) decided to join a

NPSI, Bombers Bar joint op on Saturday

NPSI, the abbreviation for “Not Purple, Shoot It”. A mindset that communities such as Bombers Bar/Spectre Fleet use, you join a fleet of likeminded people and just shoot at whatever’s not in fleet, both allies and enemies alike. I’ve joined in a few Bombers Bar roams now, and as those of you who’ve read my

End of chapter one

On Saturday we decided to leave the wormhole that we moved to a few weeks ago. This due to multiple reasons, the one that made the decision the easiest was the fact that it was turning into a huge ISK-sink. And only two people trying to make it work, isn’t easy in a C4. The

A milestone of sorts

 A hundred, the number of posts that this blog currently contains (with this included) so this post, is a milestone for me. I have been blogging for a year and a half now, some of my posts being fun to write, others were written because I felt like I had to put something on here.

Why do you even try?

Someone’s been trying to manipulate the sentry drone market in Jita the past week. Prices have been fluctuating between 1.2-1.9m for a Bouncer II in the past few days and the same happened with Curators earlier in the week. I can’t help but wonder why this person did what he did. More than likely to

We should have double checked

When living in a wormhole, there are a few things you’re supposed to do, or so I’ve learned. The first one is to always check D-scan, no matter where you are, even if it’s in your POS, you want to check it. The reason for this is that you want to make sure that, if

Bombs away

Tuesday night marked the third night that I joined Bombers Bar in an fleet. As you can probably tell, three days right after each other means that I’m enjoying them. And how… Waiting for a kill can test your patience, but luckily the comms, both on their teamspeak and in fleet chat, are hilarious.People talking,

Space Janitor, vacuum service

A while ago “This is EvE” launched, bringing about an influx of new players to Tranquility. One of these new players was my sister’s boyfriend. He knew I played EvE, saw the trailer, asked me for a referral and made his account. I told him to do the tutorials and ask me if he had

Industry and Bombers

I’m getting better at scanning down the wormholes that connect our little hole to the rest of space. Which is nice, seeing as I used to hate scanning mainly because of how bad I was at it during the tutorial missions. Which is really the one and only reason why I never decided to try

Wormholes and New Year

A new year, a new beginning. Or at least that’s what a lot of people think about once a new year starts. It’s a time where most people make a few resolutions that 90% of them will keep up with for a few weeks and afterwards just forget about them. The biggest example would be