I would be lying if I said that I have spent the past few weeks playing lots of EvE and making new online acquaintances in the game, because I haven’t.
What with the new way of training your skills I haven’t even had to log in to update my queue on any of my accounts, seeing that all of my characters currently have around 200 days worth of training going for them.
But all of this is due to the fact that I’ve been either super busy, or trying out a few new games. One of which being the new Assassin’s Creed. I have to admit that I wasn’t even planning on buying it at first but a friend showed it to me when I was at his place and it looked way more fun than Black Flag or that horrendous thing Ubisoft dared to call AC 3. So I spent the past week playing that, and the weeks before that preparing for a few exams I had to do that were work related. Seeing that I work as a consultant and customers always like it when the people they hire have a piece of paper stating that they know what they’re doing. It’s silly but that’s how the world works.
I wish I could have said that I spent the past weeks playing EvE though, that I had found myself a corporation I was truly happy with, one that I went on flights with, tried out new things with. But alas, I haven’t even tried searching for one yet.
I’m kind of hoping that I’ll just get one thrown at me I guess. Bad way of working but still. I promise that I’m going to try and change that, we’ll see what happens.
The EvE online youtube-channel did release a new trailer called “This is EVE”
If you haven’t watched it, check it out right now, just click on the play button there. It takes parts of real players talking on their comms, pasting it in a pretty nice video. I really enjoyed watching it, and I bet you will too.
Now it’s time to go log in again, I feel bad for leaving the factories cold for so long.
Stay tuned o7
I started a new job today, so I have a lot less online time than I did in the past couple of weeks. Which means that I won’t be able to update my inventions as much as I’d like to. Unless of course I sneak into the game on my work laptop but, I’m not going to do that just yet.
The one thing I did forget to do yesterday was to update my skill queue, and while I was at work I couldn’t help but think of something that I had forgotten, but I just couldn’t think of what it was. Until I got back home after going to the gym first.. I had forgotten to update the skill queue of my RvB character. The horror!
I had to rush upstairs, turn on my computer and quickly update, I’m sure some of you know what this is like, not having your queue running feels a lot like having wasted the precious, precious time to skill up. Luckily I only missed about an hour, so it wasn’t that bad. But it’s been a while since a game basically compelled me to log in just to update something.
I wonder if the people who do station trades have a thought process like that too. I wonder if they think about logging in to update their orders, or if they just don’t really care much if they miss it a few hours, or even days.
I’ve been looking into the markets a bit to maybe do some station trading, too bad that I can’t decide on what product I might go for. I could go to a mission hub and do it with ammo, but what use would that be when I’m also supplying the ammo there.
Not that that’s what I’m making, no sir, not at all
There are still so many things I want to try out, and there’s so little time. I’d love to try my hand at wormholes, but maybe I should try out exploration in general first… Yeah, I’ll do that, wormholes are probably way out of my league.
I found something! Too bad it wasn’t worth the time finding it
ps: I just noticed that Merchant Monarchy put up a post about my blog. People are actually reading what I’m writing, yay! Thanks!