Yes, I’m still playing EVE. Yesterday I joined my first non-NPC corporation, Phoenix Industries, and they seem like a fine bunch of people. I moved all my stuff to one of their offices in .5, and all in all it was a good 100 manual jumps before I had moved everything to the Ebo system.

To be hones, I’m not sure how clever it was to leave .6 and fly to .5 because I can’t mine solo there with my current equipment and skills. Even though joining a corp means more team play, I enjoy the solitude of solo mining. Just not when I run the risk of being blown to piece by Blood Riders.

If you, like me, enjoy EVE, you probably also want to keep track of what skill book you’re currently reading to avoid wasting precious training time. There are tools for available for all platforms that help you with this, but they all have to be installed and that’s not always something you can do. Take the iPhone, for instance. Therefore, I took advantage of the EVE Online API and created the EVE Online (Basic) Character Sheet. Simply enter your User ID and API Key and you’re good to go. Use to bookmark the page when you’ve entered all your info and you should be able to check your training status whenever you have web access.


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