So basically i played eve a long time ago, and im looking for a new home to just chill, enjoy, and im not after any serious PVP corps or big wars or anything like that.
Back in the day i enjoyed going out in 0.0 and killing rats in a big ship lol, and i really enjoy jump missions when they popped up with groups, but it never felt like their was enough PVE support in the game as these didn’t happen all the time and you had to seek them out.
So basically im after a place that is PVE Friendly, chill friendly, i dont want to be told “you have to fly this ship or gtfo”, i just want to have fun with friends, that’s all im after.
The Grove is a really small, very casual corps looking to grow. We are in low-sec and focus on PVE, Exploration, Mission Running, and WH Daytripping. We aren’t afraid of PVP but don’t actively seek it either. If you want a place to hang a hat, have some support, and chill a little, look us up or send me a message.
Krypted Gaming is looking for quality, social pilots to join us on our space adventures. We are a community focused on quality over quantity, and look for pilots with great attitudes towards the game and fellow players. We live in the nullsec region of Deklein, and are proud members of SLYCE.
We aim to be,
Tight Knit (~40-50 actual humans)
Highly active (88.5% of our members are online daily)
Top Contributors in PvP & Industry (top 3 for monthly alliance fleet participation)
Knowledgable & Approachable (tons of guides on our website)
Whether you are a new player or veteran, we are looking for team players who want to contribute to a community. All of our members are active, decent human beings (except our corporate Grandpa, Helltrek) with lives outside of the game. Given that, we also have plenty of memes!
Can empathise with that, and we’re about 30+ folks with a similar approach and mindset in an industrial alliance in a (relatively) quiet part of NPC Null with lots of PvE options, mining/building, and an excellent infrastructure locally and in-corp to make life easier and more fun.
Have a read, and if it seems to appeal, do get in touch: