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After series of PvP and sovereignty changes and expansions, it is high time to give something to those capsuleers that value exploration and PvE combat above anything else.
It's this time of year again when EvE players can participate in the most unprecedented event in online-gaming history: CSM elections, where they can cast a vote to choose their representatives to the council of capsuleers that guard player interests and negotiate changes with the developers of EvE Online: CCP.
Wormholes or W-Space, the final frontier of EvE Online where pilots of all sorts seek riches and glory. Far away from imperial space, with local chat disabled you will never know what danger lurks around the corner. Exploring those hidden pockets of New Eden can prove to be a great source of income for those bold enough to face the dangers inside. We'll take a closer look at the Wormholes to give beginning capsuleers a basic idea of what they are and what to expect on the other side.
Hauling is one of many jobs players can perform during their time in EvE Online. Often performed by specialized alternate characters, many people concern this a full-time EvE job fulfilling their space-trucker fantasy. In this tutorial, we will cover basics of hauling
EvE Online often makes headlines with massive in scope battles, huge losses worth thousands of dollars. But such a bloodbath as in recent fight for X47L-Q was unprecedented.
Everyone who has ever played any MMO has heard of EvE Online, a massive in scale and it’s sandbox properties space simulator. Perhaps some of you have even gave it a trial run but was disappointed with harsh limitations set on “Alpha” (free-to-play) accounts. You should consider another go as December 5th update will introduce huge changes to the alpha clones.
I chose Asteros as a ship to kick off the series because it is fun to use, quite easy to skill up and can introduce new...ish players to the amazing world of space exploration. Problem with Astero is that it is a heavily specialized stealth and a hacking frigate with no real firepower outside its drones.
With the deployment of latest patch Arms Race EvE's PvP scene has changed forever. Free accounts can now fly faction ships, use T2 rigs and ammo, amount of skills at their disposal has been expanded greatly. Formerly Alpha accounts were nothing more but a space dust, now they can have a significant impact on PvP. This week we will take a look at a relatively cheap pirate faction frigate capable of dealing huge amounts of damage quickly - Worm.
Introduction of Tech 3 destroyers changed the PvP scene forever. Many claim that it has ruined balance in the "S" ship tier, rendering Assault Frigates obsolete in PvP and Svipul became the main offender. With high base speed, amazing bonuses, and versatility Minmattar Tactical Destroyer outclasses and outguns any frigate, slot layout allows for variety of different builds but today we'll have a look at a cheapest, and probably most well-known setup - Buffer Tank Svipul.
Wormhole space, the Wild West of EvE Online where pilots of all kinds seek their fortune. Away from hi-sec, sovereignty and with local chat disabled you can never be too sure what danger lurks around the corner. Exploring those forgotten corners of the galaxy may be a source of great fortune for those lucky enough to survive, today we'll take a closer look at the Wormholes to give you a basic idea what they are, what to expect and how to survive.