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Where do i find more?!

GBTO Nordic
Center for Advanced Studies
Gallente Federation
#1 - 2017-01-17 19:27:27 UTC
I just started Playing EVE and currently when i'm writing this its my 5th day on the game.
I have done the first 10 industry missions that i got from when i took my first industry mission, and i wondered about where i can find more?

the last mission i did where in Clellion VI and afhter i completed the mission the NPC just said that he had no more missions for me.. so i have now for aobut 2 hrs gone from station to station and found no more Industry related missions. So where can i find more?
Yourmoney Mywallet
#2 - 2017-01-17 20:44:47 UTC

Open the "Agent Finder" thingamajig, which should be either on the Neocom (that sidebar on the left side of your screen) or if it isn't there click that "E" icon in the top left of your screen and look for it in there.

1.) If you're looking for "Haul item A from B to C" type of missions, use the Agent Finder to look for "Distribution" agents.

2.) If you're looking for "Mine me some stuff" type of missions, look for "Mining" agents.

3.) If you're looking for "Build me some stuff" type of missions - those don't exist.

Have fun!
Lena Crews
Corporate Navy Police Force
Sleep Reapers
#3 - 2017-01-17 21:27:03 UTC
You can also do the business career path (which is similar to the industry). There also should be two other planets with "career" agents so you can do the same string of missions two more times if you like.

To be honest, it's a good idea to do all the career missions at least once (business, industry, combat, adv. combat and exploration). It leaves you with 8-10 million isk and 5-7 ships. That gives you a nice comfy place to start your career in eve.
Kitty Bear
Deep Core Mining Inc.
Caldari State
#4 - 2017-01-18 00:44:34 UTC
To pursue an industry career in eve takes some patience
advice from an experienced industry vet would most likely help you too

Start out by researching 'how do I do xyz' in eve online
read stuff until your eyes bleed
then read some more stuff

look into joining an industry focused corp
remember that they may be used to people posing as prospective students to blow them up
persevere and you can become an industry mogul in time
quite a lot of time
hence the need for patience
Huttan Funaila
Caldari Provisions
Caldari State
#5 - 2017-01-18 00:56:10 UTC
If you can fly a destroyer, the Sister of Eve arc will take you all over high sec. The agent is Sister Alitura and her office is in Arnon. The last two battles might be difficult for a beginner and it is acceptable to ask for assistance.

There are no industry missions outside of the tutorial ones. Although, if you really want to do it, you could do the same tutorial missions for the other 3 races (you'll end up with their racial frigates and hauler).
Alicia Dnari
Dnari Mining and Manufacturing
#6 - 2017-01-19 21:24:47 UTC
I agree that one should do all five career mission sets. All five agents, btw, are in the same station in Clellinon where the OP found the industry set. I also agree that one should do the SOE arc next. If you do all five agents, one of the ships you get is a destroyer - Catalyst for Gallente. My alpha clone cousin just finished the SOE arc in his catalyst. He did change to the "Dagan Killer" fit for the last mission. Note that, particularly in the last few missions, it pays to use the best meta modules you can afford, or T2 if you can.

Not sure whether alpha clones can do the other races' career missions. They certainly can't use the other races' ships.

After you finish the SOE arc, there are three types of missions you can do for the various npc corporations: security, mining, and distribution. The first is generally considered the most lucrative and fastest standing increase/LP gain, and I suppose most "pew-pew" types find the other two kinds of missions boring, but they *are* industry missions. The cousin I mentioned up above is doing distribution missions right now.
#7 - 2017-01-20 08:34:32 UTC  |  Edited by: pinkajoo
There will be other npcs that will give the exact same missions, but nothing more.

Industry in eve is does not rely on NPCs usually, and most items are player produced. You will find youtube vids and help topics about it here in the web and from out-of-game sites.

Eve-uni Industry

EvE help center

Science and Industry Subforum

Reading alot will take you far in the game, so you're in the right track of asking and looking around for answers.

Do try the other activities in eve as illustrated here:

Welcome to EvE!

edit: To clarify, these NPCs are Career Agents which can be located with the Agent Finder window. The Agent Finder is located at the panel to the right, when you are docked in stations. Alternatively, you can bind a keyboard shortcut to this window for quick viewing.
Alicia Dnari
Dnari Mining and Manufacturing
#8 - 2017-01-20 14:56:58 UTC
There's also a link to the Agent Finder at the bottom of the People and Places > Agents tab.

Another thing: When you talk to an agent, a link to that agent is added to the "All Agents" folder inside the Agents tab. Eventually, finding a particular agent in that folder will be a pain in the ass (you could use the search function, of course). So what I do is, every time I start a new group of agents (Career Agents at Clellinon, or SOE Epic Arc, or any corporation, for example) I create a new folder, and put the agents, as I meet them, pertinent to that folder, in that folder. Doing from the beginning will save from having to spend three hours doing it later, as I learned from experience. :-)
Kazual Jayde
The Scope
Gallente Federation
#9 - 2017-01-20 19:12:42 UTC
There are R&D mission agents scattered around, but from the limited amount I've read about them, they require specific skills to get started.
Eru GoEller
State War Academy
Caldari State
#10 - 2017-01-20 22:54:58 UTC  |  Edited by: Eru GoEller
Kazual Jayde wrote:
There are R&D mission agents scattered around, but from the limited amount I've read about them, they require specific skills to get started.

I wouldn't recommend the R&D-agents path, they're dead since the introduction of datacores into the FW LP shops a couple years ago.

Edit: formatting
DeMichael Crimson
Republic University
Minmatar Republic
#11 - 2017-01-25 07:18:57 UTC
Hello and welcome to Eve.

Each of the 4 main Factions has 15 Career Agents available for a total of 60 Agents. You can actually complete all of them if you want. Here's a link to their locations.

Good luck, may you have a long and rewarding career here.