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How long should i wait before joining a corp?

Gallastian Khanid
Hedion University
Amarr Empire
#41 - 2013-09-11 05:20:33 UTC
I just flew cheap and bought plex for most of my early isk.

I did a little wormhole exploring, and a little T3 manufacturing with a partner where I supplied the isk to buy raw materials and he provided the pos and indy char and we split the profit.

See what your new corp offers in terms of isk making opportunities.
Dutch Federation Player Corp
#42 - 2013-09-11 08:06:52 UTC
Hey Fomol,

I am reading your post and want to tell you that the first rule of Eve is: Play what you want to play, only that way it is fun! The second thing is that if you want to train all skills youll be bissy for next 65 years :)

So 1 of the things i fortgot to do when i started to play is all starting missions who teach you what the possibillity's are, that way you get a perfect picture of all the things you can do!

Then you can diside where you want to spent you first skillpoints in.

The best corp to start in is a corp who does mission evenings and mining evenings, all the money ernt that way get divided over all the joining players. That way you make more isk then you should normaly (for example there 3 more experienced player who mine with a hulk and you with a mining frigite), that kinda corp "helps" you to get started. The total ore get divided over the players, so it makes no difference witch ship you fly or how much ore you mined.

When you are 6 to 12 month under way you will have some basic skills where you can get you ur income from and understand more of the game.

Last thing i want to say, eve is politics, so be carefull what corp you join, first deside what you expect from a corp and then diside. For example: If you joining a pirate corp, be sure you want that reputation, if you want to be a pirate then dont hassitate becouse of the first rule.

I dont know of pvp yet, for me the best way was starting slow, my other char is training for pvp now, so i am still very noob @pvp.

Just my 2 cents

Center for Advanced Studies
Gallente Federation
#43 - 2013-09-11 15:50:28 UTC
do the tutorials, then join a corp.
Don't be afraid to jump corps if it's not what you want.
Fomol620 BrewGuard
School of Applied Knowledge
Caldari State
#44 - 2013-09-11 19:22:08 UTC
thanks for the advice guys. i joined up with brave newbies and i think im going to get some decent help there. keep the help coming
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