Adhar, long-time denizen of Amarr space, has moved to the Red Sky Zone of New Eden. A corp mate from several years ago renewed his pilot’s license and extended an invitation to begin rebuilding the old industrial powerhouse. As a first step, the reconnected pilots determined that his connections to a local alliance would help us broker some new business partners more effectively than simply striking out on our own. He was right.
Writing about EVE, thinking about EVE, and generally enjoying the metagame that is Twitter, the Blogosphere and other forums offer great enjoyment, but they are no substitute for actually playing with other people. There, it’s said. EVE is best enjoyed in the company of other people. No more sole proprietorship for this crusty pilot.
So Adhar’s joined a larger corporation, and is currently working on repairing his relationship with the rusty faction. Apparently there were a few incidents related to some consulting work he’d done with the Imperial Navy. Grinding missions is not the most enjoyable way to improve faction standing (is grinding of any kind?), but it fits the play schedule, and generally the corp bands together to blitz a whole field of Level 4′s once a week.
That brings us to another observation; Adhar is positively space-poor compared to a lot of his fellow pilots, at least in liquid ISK. Adding up all the assets across the universe helps, but you can’t buy a new ship with a stack of Oxygen tanks. Time to get down to serious business and start cranking out the ISK. It’s likely to be manufacturing and possibly some market trading, because those are the best time-scale available.
Next up, finding some profitable things to make and sell!