What are you talking about. Just booting up EVE online means youre playing EVE online.
Sure. Like anything in any video game, you need to learn how to do something in order to do something.
And water is wet.
Literally, thats what youre saying.
Yes. If you go to a small, backwater system and gank a hauler that is auto-piloting from warp to the gate, then yes, chances are, 15 minutes later, the loot will still be there.
This is hisec, a lot of people wont loot and risk going suspect, and the quiet systems dont have a lot of activity.
What part of that is disconnected from in-game reality? Please, explain.
As opposed to 99% of the time you are “Waiting”(read: AFK and playing another game) for your ship to mine asteroids?
Lets not ignore the fact that im not advocating he just sit on a gate and stay there for hours on end waiting for a ship. You can go around hunting other ships, too. Can you say the same for mining? Of course not. There is no Hunting, asteroids are everywhere, and once you drop your ship down, you just afk mine. No new player is going to stick around very long, staring at their screen while the ship is mining.
Were talking about new players. What isnt lucrative for us, is damn well lucrative for a new player.
Really. So in your section of hisec space, people constanly become suspect, all the time?