The first rule of New Eden: if it looks to good to be true, it’s a scam. I thought I had seen most scams. At the very least, I thought I had heard of all of them. The ingenuity of the scam artists never ceases to amaze me, though. Continue Reading
Courtesy of Jack Heisenburg:
Two days ago, I wrote about some poor ToS wording that CCP is adopting regarding “character impersonation.” The new language makes it clear that EVE scams involving lying to another player about one’s player or corp roles is now a bannable offense. To make matters worse, GM Karidor made it clear that even claiming representation of your corp/alliance could be bannable if you are not logged on with that specific alt. Continue Reading
As I’ve previously stated, I began my EVE adventures not so long ago. This past January, I constructed my first capsuleer knowing very little about what I was getting into. I was so green, I didn’t even know that I could choose my own surname (hence, the Minmatar name Mangeiri). After being dropped in Pator Tech School and spending a week grinding out the tutorial program, I already knew that I had found home in New Eden. However, like many other new capsuleers, I wasn’t quite sure about what step to take next. Continue Reading
CCP has reworded EVE’s Terms of Service to make clarifications about character impersonation. The new ToS states:
You may not impersonate or present yourself to be a representative of CCP or an EVE Online volunteer. You may not impersonate or falsely present yourself to be a representative of another player, group of players, character or NPC entity.
I’m a n00b.
There, I said it. Like many others, I decided to become a capsuleer in January 2013 after reading about the Battle of Asakai. The fact that one small mistake could historically change New Eden excited me. We make history.
With that said, you, as the faithful reader, should keep in mind that much of what I write may be horribly wrong. Much of my advice may be misguided. However, I will try to share the limited knowledge that I know in the form of guides. Other times, I might just rant about the general state of the universe. Hopefully, you’ll find something useful here. Continue Reading
Test post, please ignore.