Hi - posting this is in new citizens as I fear my actual question will get caught up in the flaming that surely this will generate.
I live a hi-sec existence, and haven’t logged in for a few days. I log in and find I can’t leave my station where literally all my stuff and ships are. Many years, billions of isk, all the ships I’ve saved for etc etc. Now they are of no use because I get blown away as soon as I leave station.
EDIT: don’t pay attention to fit - it was a cheap travelceptor thing
I understand the mechanics of the trig v edencom war - I understand my system has been lost - but am I really supposed to just leave all my stuff behind, and fly away in my capsule to find another HQ? I chose this system after a lot of research - and had to grind empire standings for literally days to be able to join my corp and live in a station that was suitable for me.
I understand Eve is a transitory game - things change all the time, but this is too much in my opinion, this time. I would rather quit the game than have to grind all my stuff back. There are 1,000,000 ways to play Eve, this is something that is advertised as a ‘feature’, but the way I chose to play the game have been completely taken away.
My question is - how final, is final liminality?
TLDR - I have had all/most of my existence wiped out by a game mechanic that I didn’t choose to partake in, nor did I have any chance of preventing because I was away from the game, and is permanent and irreversible. Or is it?
Thanks for reading. As you can see this was a bit of a vent so apologies, but there is a question in there somewhere.