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.
When I became a capsuleer, I had dreams of becoming an elite market trader. The idea of changing the ebb and flow of the markets actually excited me. The notion of shooting rocks in an asteroid belt bored me to death. These days, some things have changed, and I stand firm on others. While I still make most of my ISK from the market, I find that I spend most of my days shooting people for no reason. I still believe that mining anywhere, especially high sec, is a slow and painful death.
A week after launching myself into space, I joined a new corp called Brave Newbies and went head-first into PvP. Since then, I’ve kissed my security status goodbye and embraced the danger and excitement of low-sec. At the time of this writing, I am still a member of Brave Newbies, and while I can feel your massive eyeroll at my choice, I hope my subsequent posts will help you better understand why.
Until then, fly dangerously.
- Life in Lowsec (evetabularasa.wordpress.com)