Well, at first it was Storyline mods produced from limited run Cosmos BPC’s, then Faction mods produced from BPC’s gained from LP Stores, next was T2 mods produced from Invention, then Exploration became commonplace which brought in Deadspace mods. Now it’s gambling on enchanting Abyssal mods.
The monthly rate is lower if you do a year long subscription.
Like a trophy or your own billboard that is account bound, or Pilot locked items.
Something that is rewarded for the effect that can’t be just sold or salvaged.
The skins I like very much and was thinking what items could make it onto the loot table that would seem like epic loot drops.
What is there to strive for in New Eden that can’t be just purchased from converting Plex to ISk?
That’s not something to strive for unfortunately. For me personally, it’s the tears of others when plex prices rise, if you convert plex to isk prices fall and you get less tears which is really unfortunate
Its 100 million an hour which is really really good. And you can run it with regular battleships, like Rokhs, which are cheap. Your ship will only cost 200 mill at most, and youre making 100 mill an hour. Thats pretty good.
Sure, some of the high-end ships can be expensive. But I ran incursions in a railgun rokh for 6 months and made like 5 billion isk before upgrading into a better ship.
Skill, when you can 1 v 10 and win, no amount of plex can buy that, also some of us are making between 300mil/1bil an hour :], hint its not doing things that are obvious like shooting rat’s for bounties or incursions the more people do them the less they are worth no matter how hard it is.
Look at abyss its super hard, especially when your fighting a much higher tier than your ship class but becuase it is fun and because people love running them the loot is worth nothing to the point where your making 50mil/hour so yea its not worth it when the masses of people do it.
“Loot” isn’t the end-game of EVE by any means, and “ISK” isn’t even loot, it’s your bankroll.
“Incursions” aren’t end-game by any means, they are primarily a way for people to learn how to fleet up and work together to take out targets while safely in high-sec. The pay is fairly high (for high sec) in order to encourage people to learn the skills they will need to fight in less safe areas of EVE.
EVE isn’t a ‘raid’ game, where you get a big group together and go after the epic loot drops in a run. The best loot in EVE drops from other players.
Dunno what they do in that video but I easily pull 100M running l4s in hs… and when I try to I reach all the way to 180-220M… and I don’t use any bling fits - only a loki with 3 faction bcs in lows (otherwise not enough cpu)