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Francis Raven

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  • [ExDominion] - Nullsec Providence Corporation | US/EU Timezones in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    We are recruiting.

  • [ExDominion] - Nullsec Providence Corporation | US/EU Timezones in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Francis Raven wrote:
    ------------ ExDominion ------------


    EXDOM [est. Nov. 2015] is a corporation based in Providence/Catch nullsec space with our alliance, Evictus. . We are strong believers in an organized corporation. EXDOM is a multi-faceted corp that enjoys all aspects of the game in a "real life first" atmosphere. We are mostly in the EST and EU Time-zone.

    Corporation Website

    Benefits

    • Nullsec.
    • Full IT infrastructure (Forums, coms, active killboard).
    • Ship replacement programs.
    • Ore, PI, and loot buyback program.
    • A fun and active community.


    Join us for great isk-making opportunities, fun times and a huge amount of PVP.

    What we are looking for

  • People who understand that real-life comes first. Families, work, and friends are all more important than Eve.
  • People who like null-sec or want to give it a shot. If it doesn't work for you, that's fine. We will move your stuff back to HS.
  • PVE, industrials and PVP players. We accept all walks of eve-life.
  • PVP Capital Pilots
  • Players who agree to be NRDS in null-sec, and who agree to register on our alliance forums.
  • We are recruiting OMEGA grade pilots only.
  • Must be able to fly T1 cruisers and/or mining barges as a joining requirement. Must be over 30 days old. HAC pilots preferred.
  • Veterans to nullsec or wormholes (pilots who understand that space is dangerous)

  • With a community of 1,500+ players spanning mostly US and EU timezones, there will always be friends online to hang out with and do activities.

    Please visit our website above, or EVE-Mail me in-game to get more information.


    Official Recruiters
    Francis Raven
    Yipcool
    Draven Ozran
    Garivold

    ------------ ExDominion ------------

  • [ExDominion] - Nullsec Providence Corporation | US/EU Timezones in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    We are recruiting!

  • [ExDominion] - Nullsec Providence Corporation | US/EU Timezones in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Recruiting.

  • [ExDominion] - Nullsec Providence Corporation | US/EU Timezones in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    We are recruiting social and competent PVP pilots!

  • [ExDominion] - Nullsec Providence Corporation | US/EU Timezones in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Recruiting competent pilots. EU and US timezones.

  • [ExDominion] - Nullsec Providence Corporation | US/EU Timezones in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Looking for active PVPers.

  • [ExDominion] - Nullsec Providence Corporation | US/EU Timezones in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Recruiting active and social people.

  • [ExDominion] - Nullsec Providence Corporation | US/EU Timezones in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    We are recruiting!

  • Some concerns regarding the my pilot's development in EVE Communication Center

    Syriana Vollare wrote:
    Vortexo VonBrenner wrote:
    Buy 3 months of game time direct from the CCP website (cheaper per month than PLEX > use your new larger omega skill que to line up 3 months of (or 50 max, I think) skills > go enjoy your holiday and when you come back you will have trained a lot of useful things.


    I am new here so want to make sure, does that mean EVE is kind of a p2w game?


    Eve is most definitely not p2w because you can't win EVE.
    IMO, the game is much more fun if you just invest the damn 15$ a month into it. Skip going out for fast food one day or two a month, and voila, you can afford it.

  • Is your corp looking to move to null-sec? in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    Bumping for a good group of guys. Have flown with Packet and his team on a few occasions.

  • Troll Bait Ships in EVE Communication Center

    With enough practice, you guys can become Master Baiters.

  • Opinions needed: 2 billion isk on a 1 million SP old timer in EVE Communication Center

    Two options.

    1) Skill Injectors
    2) Trading while training up new skills. Trading, if done well, will net you a ton of isk.

  • What would you do with 40 million SP? in EVE Communication Center

    Merias Tylar al-Akhwa wrote:
    I'd like to thank everyone who's posted so far- Lots of food for thought!

    Francis Raven wrote:
    What do you enjoy? We can't tell you what you like.

    ...

    With your experience, I would tell you to keep down the indy path, but do it on a alliance or coalition level. Build some sandcastles down in nullsec.


    This idea kind of appeals to me in a big way. I started the industrial path in the first place because I enjoy numbers and find the idea of building things neat. If I could find a way to keep doing something like what I am doing, but cooperatively with others in pursuit of larger alliance goals, I could see it working out very well for me. I may also look into learning the ins and outs of Jump Freighters to add some utility in what I bring to the table, as suggested in your second post.


    Many mid to large alliances are looking for people to help run their indy department. This would involve overseeing production, buyback programs, and logistics. These people work with the alliance's assets as opposed to their own, and can create HUGE things such as capital and supercapitals, structure networks, doctrine supply, etc... With that role, you are also able to work on your own personal industry with many more tools at your disposal - higher value ores, more people to do a personal buyback from, infrastructure with low-to-zero taxes.

    For example, we have someone who oversees the industry side of things for us in nullsec. His toon is only ~10m SP, however it's focused on Indy and research. He also manages other industrial pilots within the corp and the alliance to make sure our production and sales targets are hit. He does capital building on the side for his own personal profits, but will use our infrastructure to do so. We then buy caps from him, or he sells elsewhere.


  • What would you do with 40 million SP? in EVE Communication Center

    Francis Raven wrote:
    What do you enjoy? We can't tell you what you like.

    EVE is a social game first. Find a nice group of guys in a corp and follow them around. Nullsec and wormhole corporations are very active as they need to be in order to survive.

    Spend you SP on something you enjoy. If that was industry, get that SP back in there. If you want to dabble in PVP and PVE a bit, then join a group, see what their doctrines are, then train into that.

    With your experience, I would tell you to keep down the indy path, but do it on a alliance or coalition level. Build some sandcastles down in nullsec.


    Some Roles To Benefit Corps
    • Jumpfreighting
    • PVP (logi or mainline) skills depend on doctrines however cruisers are always used. (many alliances in nullsec have HAC doctrines)
    • Wormholes: Exploration skills will be critical.
    • Command Destroyers: Always used in nullsec.

  • What would you do with 40 million SP? in EVE Communication Center

    What do you enjoy? We can't tell you what you like.

    EVE is a social game first. Find a nice group of guys in a corp and follow them around. Nullsec and wormhole corporations are very active as they need to be in order to survive.

    Spend you SP on something you enjoy. If that was industry, get that SP back in there. If you want to dabble in PVP and PVE a bit, then join a group, see what their doctrines are, then train into that.

    With your experience, I would tell you to keep down the indy path, but do it on a alliance or coalition level. Build some sandcastles down in nullsec.

  • Looking for dank ticks in nullsec in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    We'll give you 260m reasons to join us.


    EXDOM

  • [ExDominion] - Nullsec Providence Corporation | US/EU Timezones in EVE Corporations, Alliances and Organizations Center

    We are recruiting.

  • Tried the game - Here's my Feedback in EVE Communication Center

    Elhana Melahadrin wrote:
    Francis Raven wrote:
    "When an eve player leaves to play WOW, The Average IQ of both games goes up"


    I didn't know this one... Really love it ^^.


    For the OP, Eve is not the casual theme park you can find everywhere. The harsh environment, steep learning curve, the community are the specificity of Eve and make the game a lot more rewarding than any other MMO I ever played.

    As opposed to what you say, the sens of accomplishment is a lot higher in this game. When you need so much effort and sweat to put something together, and even more to keep it alive, there is a true feeling of accomplishment.

    Also, we can all mine all day long to make ISK, build ships and modules to sell, run mission to kill rats, but in the end, if ships and modules are not destroyed, who will buy them ? Nobody. Then, who will need to mine and build ? Nobody. Who will leave the game ? All industrialists and miners, but also traders. THIS is what would kill Eve, very very fast.

    The game need everything to stay alive : miners, industrialists, mission runners, but also pirates, gankers and scammers. If one side disappear, the other will follow almost immediately.

    So, if you don't like Eve as it is, this game is not for you and it's better to leave. There is no shame or blame in this statement, Nothing in this world is made for everyone. Find a game that suits your needs/will and enjoy it as much as we enjoy Eve's harsh environment.

    Fly safe to your new world.



    I cannot take credit for the quote, but I thought it would suit the thread well.

    Otherwise, to the OP:
    Very sorry that you feel this way. EVE is a great game, and best played with friends. Good luck on finding something that entertains you more.

  • Tried the game - Here's my Feedback in EVE Communication Center

    "When an eve player leaves to play WOW, The Average IQ of both games goes up"

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