Monday, January 30, 2006

EVE Online : Slowly, but surely


Skills in EVE Online are confusing to get started with. I was, and to a point still am, confused about which skills I should be training. I know in the long run that training my Learning based skills will reduce training times, but that makes for a pretty dull experience in the beginning.

My strategy so far has been to train several skills to level one while I am logged on. They are quick and easy to train, so I am online to switch the next skill active. When I have to log, I set my longer level 3+ skills to train. Luckily, I have plenty of skills that take 7-10 hours to train; perfect for work and sleeping.

100,000 Skill Points

I crossed the 100,000 skill point barrier earlier today. That meant updating my clone. Fortunately I am still well in the positive cash flow and it was no more than a drop in the bucket.

Unfortunately, the only station with cloning capabilities was six jumps away. I probably just missed one closer, but I am a newb and newbs make mistakes. I have a clone that saves up to 120,000 skill points, but I am by far in no rush to break it in.


I have a goal now: to train to Spaceship Command 3, Gallente Frigate 4, and Gallente Cruiser 1. Then I will look into purchasing a cruiser to fly around in. If anyone has any better ideas let me know!

Update: 8 Jul, 2007 - Edited post and applied labels.


  1. Anonymous2:48 PM

    I'd suggest getting a Vexor or Thorax. Vexors are a bit cheaper and have good drone bonus. I used a Vexor for quite some time until I upgraded to a Brutix battlecruiser.

    That said, a properly setup Thorax is beyond nasty.

    Regardless of your ship choice, these ships will take a swack of skills to be able to be used well.

  2. Well see thats what I am in need of help on... what skills do I need to be aiming for.

    An overall plan is just confusing... I feel like I have no direction of what to do other than to get the basic skills and the ship!


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