Never undock!

If you don’t autopilot ever and don’t use a retriever, then you are far less likely to ever be podded in hisec. Even if you are driving a hauler that is getting ganked you can simply warp away your pod.

EvE is not for you.


That and you’re just a muppet.

You train faster on your main with no implants than you would in an alpha with +5’s.

Why not just play an omega with no implants?

Code can’t fix pixel fear.



8 Golden Rules for EVE Online

Be able to afford a loss

  • Never fly something (or with something in the cargo) you can’t afford to lose. Yes, not even in highsec. Meaning that you should not fly a ship you cannot afford to replace and refit.

You can’t afford the loss of that pod, so you don’t undock it. Seems like the game is working as intended.

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I have to add don’t fly a leopard either ever. Since the Leopard Extermination Society is a real thing I have heard.

I have heard they literally sit at Jita undock and shoot, it actually is kind of funny.

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dude, if your’e Omega why staying with +3 implants? step up that skill lvl grind and invest on some +4 or even +5 if you’re not goign to undock the character anyways.


  1. Jump Clones are mvp and with with omega you reduce the time to swap clones due to the Infomor Synchronizing skill
  2. dont live near a trade hub if you want to avoid loosing implants, find some cool backwater system as your HQ, move whatever you want to sell in something else. perhaps even use the alpha ALT to haul your stuff via Contracts.
  3. loosing implants isnt as bad as it sounds, more so if they’re attribute implants, combat implants on the other hand.

congrats on finding enjoyment with Alpha clones, many people doesnt believe and wants to rush others into going Omega but honestly, i’d rather be a cheap bastard.

also you can survive quite well without cloaks. you just need to train a bit more on things like doing Bookmarks, checking D-Scan and being overall cautious.

keep whelping but also do your research.

When I go for a run, the pain starts to kick in consistently around the 5km mark. At that point, I repeat the following mantra:

“Pain is my friend. Train the mind, train the body”

The equivalent in Eve goes something like this:

“Death is my friend. Train the mind, enjoy the game”

What I’m saying is, die regularly and get over it.

When I get into a ship, I consider that ship lost. So when it inevitably does explode, there is no worry. Ships explode. It happens in EVE. Accept it and get a new one. Have fun!

I approve

Your fear isn’t the implant’s fault.

Rip out your mains implants and your main is free to do all the things your alt does risk free.

You put the implants in and did that to yourself.

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How to kill your fun by not respecting the Golden Rule N° 1. Meh.

I don’;t see test’s keepstar in perimeter going offline any time soon…

any good activity to do without undocking? dont tell me daytrade virtual items in jita, i play eve to take a break from trading crypto full time ._."

Manufacture, blueprint copy, blueprint research?

Though if you rely on others to bring the needed stuff to you (even if at Jita 4-4) you can’t really expect a profit so undocking still might be required even if on an npc corp alpha alt to deliver some needed stuff.


Funny my omega has no implants… and my alpha doesn’t either. My alpha is a hauler for my omega, who stays enlisted in faction warfare. (RP reasons, and will stay that way till the Ammattar are a playable faction.)

The point is, that you bought those implants too early, since you clearly are not comfortable enough to lose those.

+3’s are really not that much of a loss. What is that… 50m? It is notthing, given that one can easily make 50m again.
However, if you are not capable yet to quickly make back 50m and you’ve spent all your money on those implants, obviously you are going to feel scared to undock that in case you lose it. You a trader you say, I’m pretty sure then that you are familiar with not investing all your money in a single trade.

Also, people have said to get a jump clone. You want to go to null. People in null don’t fly around in “expensive” pods, since you will lose your pod often. So it’s common to have one clean clone when you want to roam around null and then a clone with your implants, for when you are going to do stuff where you know you are not going to lose it (like roaming around doing stuff in highsec).