Stepping out of my Box

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  1. Gnewton says:

    I played EVE for a while. It was pretty fun. And yes, the learning curve was a huge cliff. “Here’s your ship, here’s a little intro mission, Off you go!” And that was about it. I had a couple friends who were playing for a while and even then the learning curve was super steep. They’d be talking about all this stuff and how to do this… I was totally lost.

    The biggest and coolest thing I thought about EVE was the ability to increase skills while logged off the game. Was great for someone like me who doesn’t necessarily want to be logged in all the time. Loved that part!

    (Your desk shelves look a WHOLE lot like mine :) Oodles of game boxes!)

  2. martin says:

    Mine are terrible 2 big bookcases then 7 carboard boxes in the loft..and 2 or 3 plastic boxes in downstairs cupboards lol..think i have ever eq addon that was released in a box including the one with the figure ect :)
    Eve has never done it for me played in the beta then 2 trials just cant see to get into it :(

  3. I think I’ve read just about every book that you have. Although, I crossed over to Anne Rice at one point.

  4. Openedge1 says:

    Ouchie…by picking EvE, you could totally write yourself out of the alternate genres all together…lol

    I would have looked at maybe something in between in the Sci-Fi setting…Matrix maybe? Not sure…

    But, can’t wait to hear about this (the fact I saw LOTRO disappear off your blog already told me how you felt about that one…hehe)

    Cheers

  5. stargrace says:

    You’d be wrong about LoTRO – sorry Open. :) I actually loved the game, it was a lot of fun. However. I can’t afford to keep paying subscriptions for games (notice I’m trying free trials out here?) on top of the “regulars” I already play. :)

  6. In order to survive in Eve, I highly reccommend you find a group that will foster your growth and development as a pilot. A player run corporation that comes highly reccommended is Eve University, open to all.

    Good luck!