I have recently been considering coming back to EVE after a longer break. One of the things that I enjoy is exploration, so I have often thought that living in a wormhole would be a play style that I would enjoy and I have been wanting to try it out.
However, among a day time job and various other free time obligations that I also want to prioritize, I don’t know how much time I would be able to dedicate to EVE. While I might be able to log on (almost) every day, it is unlikely that I could pledge myself to log on for a substantial time to get stuff done more than three times a week.
Obviously, solo wormhole living would likely not work out with such an effort, so I would expect to find a decent corp, but my question to those with experience living in wormholes is, if that level of dedication is sufficient to live reasonably in a wormhole? Part of the question is likely highly subjective (is it worth it?), but part of it is also (in general) what level of dedication wormhole corps expect of their members in order for them to make a meaningful contribution (i.e. should I even bother to start looking for a wormhole corp, if I can’t promise to play e.g. 5/7 evenings a week?).