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So, you have finally decided to get into EvE, you download the client, log to the game and you now have to make a choice - which race do I want to play as? Recently all racial restrictions have been removed so race pick is more of a lore and roleplay thing than it is a practical choice. EVE Online Race will also determine your starting ships and weapon of choice. The differences between each races’ ships are pretty simple, Amarr Empire use lasers on armor tanked ships, Caldari use missile launchers on shield tanked ships, Minmatar use projectile turrets ...
Developed by CCP EVE Online steep learning curve sure doesn’t make it easy for the new players to understand what to do for profit. Is it trading? Sites? Market? Fly in a faction or solo? How to start or how to EVE Online ISK Making looks like? How good PLEX actually are and what return can you make from manufacturing? Where to farm? How profitable anomalies exploration is? What's great about incursions and how much money you can make by doing PVE?
O.R.E or Outer Ring Excavation, is the biggest independent mining corporation in EvE Online and as such has no connection to any of the four empires even tho they begun as a Gallentean corporation. When Gallente Federation tried to forcefully gain information about the location of some of the most secret O.R.E asteroid belts filled to brim with Nocxium in the Outer Ring region the company completely seceded from the federation. Thanks to their massive wealth they could afford to buy themselves a small army and keep their operations a secret. Few pirate factions tried to invade O.R.E territories but ...
Trade hubs are space stations (usually NPC ones) usually found in systems that are “crossroads” between regions with plethora of gates. When EvE first launched some of those stations and systems served as main pit-stop for high-sec pilots and eventually the volume of traded goods started growing. There are number of factors that lead to creation of a Trade Hub such as location, availability of mission givers, available facilities, types of planets etc.
EVE Online Citadels is a term used by new players to describe all Upwell Structures. In reality “Citadel” is one of three kinds of such structures.
EvE Online is probably the only online universe that gives its players free hand to do literally anything, a real sandbox. The true lore behind EvE is not created in writers room but instead, it is made by players, the stories of betrayal, espionage, hostile takeovers and massive heists circulate among the playerbase like urban legends.
EvE Online Character Bazaar is an official forum section where players can buy, sell or trade their pilots for in-game currency. Despite it being a part of the forums it follows completely different, more strict, set of rules. Although EvE online is praised for the lack of patronizing Game Master involvement in in-game scams their approach is completely different when it comes to the character bazaar.
Ever since Ascension expansion, released on 15th Nov. 2016, capsuleers can have access to EvE Online for free through Alpha Clones and pilots that want to get the full experience can stick to Omega state. After various changes Alpha clones gained access to a wide variety of skills and ships allowing them to taste almost any type of gameplay.
Caldari Ships are some of the most known “mission runners” out there, often being capable of completing missions tier higher that they are made for.
Liberal Gallente Federation show their approach to social policies even in their ship design. Gallente ships are one of the most versatile hulls out there. Visually Gallente ships are curvy, smooth and asymmetrical in shape, some call them “squid ships” or “sushi fleet”. Federation ship hulls usually have bonuses to hybrid turrets, active tanking and drones with only two ships in their roster having bonuses to missiles: Lachesis and Nemesis.