When I got the email about being able to reactivate my (two) EVE accounts for five days, and then being able to purchase a 60 day sub for $19 – I tried to hold off, I really did. It’s pretty common knowledge that EVE is the one non-fantasy MMO that I enjoy an enormous amount, and the only space orientated MMO that I’ve managed to stick with for whatever reason. I closed my account not too long ago, deciding that I simply wasn’t investing enough time into the actual game. I still don’t have a large amount of time but I have been managing things slightly better, and the appeal of flying my Orcca around once again was too strong to resist. So I activated for the five free days before they expired, and then I subscribed for the next two months.

It felt good to be back. Really good. The first thing I did was take a look at my PI stations (planetary interaction) and curse myself for not having switched over to the latest method. One of my stations used the new extractors, but the other four did not. I spent some time dismantling old extractors and then placing new ones and routing my supplies to their proper locations as well as checking my storage facilities to ensure nothing was over flowing in my absence. Then I headed to my two R&D (research and development) agents, picked up their much neglected missions, and purchased all of the data cores that I had earned RP for (there were a lot) in by absence. When I had left I had a fairly steady production of Hammerhead II’s going on, but I’m a bit short in supplies at the moment so I plan on restocking and then getting back into production. Crafting in EVE is one of the highlights of the game for me personally, and besides that and working on factions it’s probably how I spend most of my time.

As far as my skill queue goes, I don’t quite remember what I was working on. I’m flying an Orcca which I adore, but I believe I was training this account to better outfit my Dominix which is a fantastic little ship for doing missions. I had a dominix plan saved in EVEMon so I picked up with that. I can already fly the dominix so I’m pretty sure the plan I’ve got currently is just to increase my skills and to fit it properly. I should have an easier time with missions (hopefully) since I’ve been spending most of my time working on mining.

The temptation to start up my second account is very strong, since then I could use my Orcca to haul around ore that the 2nd account is mining. For now I’m going to resist temptation though. One account really should be plenty. Should be.

Happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself!


2 thoughts on “Reactivate? Sure, Why Not. #EveOnline #Tweetfleet”
  1. Oh no, i shouldn’t had read that post… I was successfully resisting last few “reactivate your account” emails so far, haven’t even seen the planet interaction stuff (last time i quit before it) but it’s always really tempting to come back…

    I started playing Eve around 2005 for the first time, and last years i spent hopping back and being driven off by the total lack of decent people to play with. Last time i ended up in a corporation where CEO thought we’re kind of a bunch of his personal slave miners, and surprisingly everyone but me were pretty content to play along. There were people i knew (we played together before), and they had my cell number, and they thought it was pretty normal to call me on the phone and bitch on why i’m not mining that belt they texted me about a *whole hour* ago and if i’m not at home/work i should get back to my PC right this instant. Sheesh!
    That effectively kept me from Eve for another year now…

    Say, maybe you are aware of some corporation or a group of *normal* people, who arent megalomaniacs and such?

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