Got back to EVE a few months ago due to COVID after years away from the game, and already bored of High-Sec. I have experience in most aspects of the game (faction warfare, Null, highsec, and J-Space) albeit was a long time ago and I imagine a lot has changed since then, so I’m hoping you are cool with giving me a refresher and teaching me the things I need to know. I’m looking for an active null-sec corp that’s relatively laid back, and has clear expectations and goals for its members. While I am more than happy to take part in fleets and OPs, my time online is kind of limited. I’m pretty busy in real life. My weekends tend to be pretty open so I can be on for long periods of time there for OP and CTAs on those days. I know the PVE isn’t that interesting in EVE but I’d like a group that would be down with running Incursions if they show in the constellation. I’m also looking for a corp that does industry and is cool with showing someone the ropes with that as it’s pretty new to me. I’m also looking for a group that is more adult oriented and aren’t a bunch of edge-lords.
What I offer is a good attitude and a team player that’s easy going and can get along with just about anyone. I have a 96 mil sp PVP main that just learned how to fly a Revelation and is working on flying a carrier. I also have a 46 mil sp indy toon that I would like to learn manufacturing and invention with. He is currently working towards a Roqual (no idea how useful those are right now, but they were really good when I last played). I’m also training a hauler alt for freighter and eventually jump-freighter. Besides them I have 4 other toons that pretty much do PI and I will probably train them for more Industry tasks as I learn about it.
I look forward to meeting and talking with all responders. I understand there’s a large war going on right now, so I don’t know if this is the best time to be getting into null. Just keep in mind what I said earlier about me being more of a casual player.