Αναρτήθηκε: 27 Απριλίου
Oh man... Where to start... This game. Isn't really a game in a sense. It's more of a hobby of sorts where you spend a couple hours doing wormhole relic sites or ratting in -1.0 sec systems to gather ISK then spend it on PvP ships and go out and blow up other nerds. And to have fun. Joining a corp other than the NPC corps is also a good idea. You can either join a massive null-bloc coalition like Brave, Goons, PL, etc or a smaller one that does say faction warfare, small-gang PvP, etc such as Straya. and Redemption Road.
My one word of advise to anyone who is just starting with a 2+ week trial; go join a corporation that has a well made and reputable newbro program, such as Brave Newbies, Pandemic Horde, Eve Uni, etc. They will most certainly and 100 percently get you started at Eve and get you into the good fights as soon as they can even though your character is new. Sure, you'll likely die a lot but that's all part of the learninig experience. And if you did decide to join one of these newbro friendly alliances/corps, they have a thing called Ship Replacement Program (SRP) so it doesn't really matter if you lose your little tackle or EWAR frigate, they'll just give you a new one. When you're first starting up, that little 1 million ISK frigate of yours is the most expensive thing you've ever owned in the game. But for some of us, that's a single module on one of our ships. And so many people are happy to throw money at newbros simply because they can.
EVE doesn't necessarily need a huge commitment to play it, but the more you're involved with it, the more fun you can have. And most importantly of all, we should all remember three things:
1) The best ship in the game is the Friend Ship
2) Never fly what you can't afford to lose
3) F*** CODE.