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Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to get into EVE as much as I would have liked over the past week. And because of this, I don’t really have anything interesting to write about. So, I’ve decided to use post this to get a bit of help from you lovely lads and ladies.

Firstly, I’ve finally gotten sick of being in an essentially dead corporation. Since I first posted about my corporation leaders leaving their posts to go ratting in 0.0, there’s been no change. So, I’ve decided to leave and find another more active corporation. You can find my character info below or at my Corporation Recruitment Info page.

As you may know, I am currently looking for a corporation.

In regards to the kind of corporation I’d like to join, I don’t have any particular preference. I’m happy in any line of work. I have decent PvP skills and a couple of combat able ships; as well as decent mining skills, a Covetor Mining Barge and an Iteron Mk V (with 29,000 m3 cargo space). So I can really be put to use anywhere.
I’m looking for a corporation preferably with people active around my time zone (GMT) but I’m prone to late nights at times so any time zone will be fine. I’d prefer a corporation located around the Caldari regions (The Forge, etc.) purely for ease of travel but I am willing travel to anywhere I am needed.

So, let’s move onto what I have to offer.

  • A little PvP experience from my days as a solo pirate.
  • Already in possession of some PvP-ready ships.
  • Don’t smack-talk.
  • Own a working headset. Headset currently broken but will get another when I can afford it.
  • Will happily join you in low sec and 0.0 systems, whether it be to mine, haul or take part in combat of any kind (PvP or PvE)
  • Can fly frigates, destroyers, cruisers, battlecruisers, and battleships. But I do not own a battleship as of yet.
  • Can fly a Covetor Mining Barge and an Iteron Mk V ideal for hauling large amounts of minerals, ore, items, etc. (as mentioned above).
  • Can make graphics. See my EVE-GFX gallery for examples.
  • Discount prices (50% off) on graphics made for corp members (signatures, etc.) or the corp as a whole (banners, headers, posters, etc.).

You can find my character info (such as skill points, current skills trained and ships I am able to fly) at inEVE.

If you want to know anything that I’ve left out, either leave a comment here, on the post that brought you here or send an EVE-mail to Godlesswanderer.

Secondly, after my failed 0.0 ratting escapade, I’ve realised I may need a new fitting for my precious Myrmidon. I know there are some (well, a lot) of you out there that are a lot better at fitting ships effectively than me, so I’d be eternally grateful if you could suggest a ship fitting that will stop (or at least decrease the likelyhood of) me getting my arse handed to me by NPC pirates.

[Myrmidon, Current Setup]
Medium ‘Accommodation’ Vestment Reconstructer I
Medium ‘Accommodation’ Vestment Reconstructer I
1600mm Reinforced Rolled Tungsten Plates I
N-Type Explosive Hardener I
N-Type Kinetic Hardener I
N-Type Thermic Hardener I

Warp Disruptor II
Fleeting Propulsion Inhibitor I
Sensor Booster II
10MN Afterburner II
Medium F-RX Prototype I Capacitor Boost, Cap Booster 400

Heavy Electron Blaster I, Uranium Charge M
Heavy Electron Blaster I, Uranium Charge M
Heavy Electron Blaster I, Uranium Charge M
Heavy Electron Blaster I, Uranium Charge M
E5 Prototype Energy Vampire
Drone Link Augmentor I

[empty rig slot]
[empty rig slot]
[empty rig slot]

Ogre II x3
Ogre II x2

That’s all from me today. Fly safe.

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I haven’t had the time to get into EVE much over the past couple days so I don’t really have anything remotely interesting to write about. The only thing that has happened to me lately is being on the way back from Jita to Tasti and being blown up by a pirate gate-camping in a Badger MkII. Unluckily for me, I was too busy taking these two screenshots to notice that he was flashing red and that he had targeted me.

2008.03.28.14.17.49

2008.03.28.14.18.05

Luckily for me, I was only flying in a shuttle (and not my beautiful and valuable Myrmidon) and I had nothing in the cargo bay; and although I was podded, I had no implants (valuable or otherwise). So I didn’t really lose anything of any importance or great value, just 940,000 ISK for the new clone.

Anyway, back to my original point, links. Over the past couple days, I’ve found some great guides, apps and general bits of news that I thought you guys and girls may find useful or interesting. A couple, I’ve posted before but I thought I’d post them again in case you may have missed them or we have some new readers that hasn’t seen them. So here goes.

Applications:

  • EVE-MEEP -Eve-MEEP is the host for a wide array of tools that provide the vital calculations necessary for any serious industrialist. These tools take advantage of data accumulated by Eve-MEEP to help with everything from production to mining to trade.
  • EVEMon – A lightweight, easy-to-use standalone Windows application designed to assist you in keeping track of your EVE Online character progression.
  • EVE Fitting Tool – Great program in which you can try out and test new fittings for ships you have or are thinking about buying.

Guides:

  • The EVE Compendium – A compendium of EVE knowledge, mostly in the form of guides. Pretty much any guide you’ll need is in this compendium.

Maps:

  • 2D EVE Maps – Does what it says on the tin, 2D EVE maps by Ombey (and not Omber Zombie as I wrote earlier for some reason).
  • EVE Alliance Map – A galaxy map, regularly updated with alliance territory locations, pirate infestations, alliance war zones and current political power blocs.
  • EVE Influence Map – Similar to the alliance map above but instead shows influence.

After having trained Gallente Drone Specialization to level five, I was a bit stuck for what to train next. As I’m still improving my PvP ability, I decided to have a look around for some Myrmidon PvP setups to see where I could improve and if there were any more skills I could train. After a few minutes, I found one with some Tech II Heavy Electron Blasters. Which reminded me that my original intention was to have Heavy Electron Blaster II’s fitted and I only have Tech I Heavy Electron Blasters because I couldn’t use the Tech II versions.
So, here’s my current skill plan; starting with the skill I’m currently training.

Skill plan for Godlesswanderer

1. Motion Prediction IV (2 days, 3 hours, 18 minutes, 55 seconds)
2. Small Hybrid Turret IV (1 day, 1 hour, 39 minutes, 27 seconds)
3. Small Hybrid Turret V (6 days, 1 hour, 8 minutes, 28 seconds)
4. Small Blaster Specialization I (30 minutes, 59 seconds)
5. Small Blaster Specialization II (2 hours, 24 minutes, 20 seconds)
6. Small Blaster Specialization III (13 hours, 36 minutes, 24 seconds)
7. Small Blaster Specialization IV (3 days, 4 hours, 58 minutes, 23 seconds)
8. Medium Hybrid Turret V (18 days, 3 hours, 25 minutes, 24 seconds)
9. Medium Blaster Specialization I (51 minutes, 39 seconds)

Total time: 31 days, 7 hours, 54 minutes, 2 seconds

I’ve started listening to EVE Radio again. I haven’t listened in so long, so it was confusing listening to the new DJs and not hearing some of the old ones. I happened to tune in yesterday, minutes away from the end of a lottery in which the prize fund was 1.2 billion ISK. As the tickets were 1 million ISK each, I sent 1 million to Codey28 (the EVE Radio DJ on air at the time) but unfortunately I didn’t win.

If any EVE players reading this don’t listen to EVE Radio, I highly recommend you check it out. The majority of DJ’s play all sorts of music so if you like everything (like me) you’ll love every slot but if you only like a few music genres, there’s bound to be at least one DJ that’ll cater to your tastes. If you’re more likely to listen for give-aways and the like, almost every DJ holds at least one competition or lottery per slot. Prizes generally tend to be ships, somewhat rare equipment or ISK; so chances are you’ll find something you want to win.

You can find the EVE Radio website here and to start listening, all you need to do is click the “Tune In” button which you can find above the main menu.

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