Like opportunities, not all methods of ISK making are obvious. I’m logging this one here for future reference as it disrupts supply, gets me paid and makes a few people smile all at the same time. I was flying local space in the Fribrodi constellation when I spotted a pilot I didn’t recognize in one […]
Read More Why I love Eve Online; alternative ISK making
The life of a mining vessel can be an adventurous one. Particularly when pirates are behind the controls.
Read More Welcome to the thunderdome: 3 Procurers enter
Concord is not your friend, it is your prison.
Read More Concord; One pirate’s perspective
Every ship has an expiration date. They may not break down and they may need minimal maintenance but, every ship that is piloted into the vast universe will one day perish. That is the nature of New Eden — life, destruction, death and life again. Some capsuleers choose to live under the protection of Concord […]
Read More The life cycle of a pirate
Captan’s Log: First entry Space — It’s either eerily empty or overly crowded. Strange how that works. The crowds have made ransom attempts a bit difficult and I’ve been trying to find a balance to when I need to focus on my own profits versus damaging the machine that is the manufacturers of the high […]
Read More Low Sec: Come with cash
It hasn’t been going well in the finance department this past week. Three business opportunities made appointments but all of them blew up in my face. (See what I did there? twice… ;p ) I’ve continued to fly my Jaguar around in the earlier parts of the week. I seemed to be having good luck […]
Read More Mis-clicks and menus
The Return to Molden Heath has been going rather well. It’s not the most crowded of areas and so keeping my Corporation as one of the top pirate authorities in the area has been a challenge while flying solo. It’s nothing I can’t handle but it means I have to fly fast to get what […]
Read More Return to Molden Heath: Part 2
So I’ve moved back to Molden Heath. Those a bit older in the game will know the significance. If you don’t and want to read up on some alternative R1FTA past and present perspectives, check these out: http://brutorbullfighter.blogspot.com/https://semsrifter.blogspot.com/ The first is older and no longer active but will tell some of the original corporation history. […]
Read More Back to the low sec homeland