I wanted to write an article to inform players about many of the details regarding skill training. While this may seem like basic knowledge for many players, there are various things overlooked when creating an alternate character. The four day skill plan for cyno alts will also be mentioned in this article, so that you can create these alts as quickly as possible; thus allowing you to get back to your normal EVE life.
Labels: Items and Modules
Here's a simple quick-reference for implant sets. Most of the information has been condensed, so if you are not familiar with an implant you might want to read the in-game description for that implant first. This reference basically gives you the information you're looking for when looking through the implants, allowing you to skim through the attributes, instead of having to look them up. It can also be noted that the higher the slot number, the higher the secondary effect, and also the higher the price. Enjoy!
Making your EVE Online client your own is one thing that the game has always given it's player. Unlike many other MMOs, you're given the ability to rearrange your UI exactly how you want it, but what about all those pretty colorful interfaces you might see from other players? Well, in this article I will cover how to accomplish this, as well as getting those nifty in-game ANSI icons as well.
The MWD Cloak warping trick is a very old EVE Online trick that was once called an exploit, and later labeled by CCP as "a clever use of game mechanics". What the trick allowed players to do was warp away from players, or NPCs with a very small margin of time to be targeted because of a cloaking system. This become extremely helpful for players that were not in a covert ops ship, but wanted the same ability to hide behind a cloak when travelling. So now I'm going to offer a guide on how to accomplish this trick, since simply explaining the process can leave new players in the dark.
One of the most valuable tools in EVE is the in-game Star Map. With this a player can find out lots of information about their surroundings, and their current route. Many players are not accustom to using this to their advantage, and some don't even know of it's ability. In this article I'll go over these points, as well as a few practices to make the most of this invaluable tool.
Labels: EVE Online Community
I wanted to give this quick shout out to all the EVE players that haven't taken an interest in voting for CSM8 candidates. In no way will I give a biased opinion about the candidates, and will show you why it matters that we vote. First off it needs to be understood that the Council of Stellar Management is the liaison between CCP and the player base. What we want to be fixed we relay to CSM, and they tell CCP what the players want. Of course this doesn't mean every issue gets pushed to CCP as some members feel that other issues take priority.