Tag Archives: hauling

Risk

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“Risk” has become somewhat of a buzzword in the world of EVE. It seems to insert itself into any discussion of game balance or proposed changes. Which is appropriate, in some ways; in the pvp-centric game world of EVE, every activity you do is governed by the risk of potential loss. This has to be balanced against the potential return from that activity, which is why you see so many discussions concerning “risk vs reward.” Often these discussions descend into bickering arguments where both sides point to “risk,” or lack thereof, to backup their side. With so many interpretations of what risk in EVE means, or what it should mean, the concept of it is becoming muddled. I’m going to attempt to analyze my interpretation of risk as it relates to gameplay, and present my opinion on how it should be balanced.
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Kaede Industries is Recruiting!

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Kaede Industries [KAEDE] is recruiting! We’re looking for miners, industrialists, and haulers to fill out our core group prior to official launch later this month. This post is a reproduction of our reddit thread in the /r/evejobs subreddit. Please upvote if you visit the thread so we can get maximum exposure. Thanks, and fly safe.
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My First Drake

I stayed up a little later last night than normal in order to finish up some hauling. I started my trek yesterday afternoon by running half a hold full of Enriched Uranium to a high buy order in Lonetrek on the way to Jita to sell some Nuclear Reactors, the other half of my haul. I used the proceeds to buy some shiny new blueprints to fill in the gaps in my collection, including a couple of Myrmidon and Drake BPCs. Continue reading