Exploring EVE Online
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 2 comments
Massively has posted a new feature article, this one focusing on exploration in CCP Games' sci-fi MMO, EVE Online. The guide described the different types of sites players can find in EVE's universe, what loot they can collect, and the kind of challenges they are likely to face.
Depending on whether you're into mining or not, finding a gravimetric signature can be a cause for elation or frustration. These are hidden asteroid belts, typically containing ore of a higher grade than can be found locally. In a nullsec system with only gniess, for example, you might find a site containing large quantities of bistot and crokite. Some of these sites spawn a small number of NPCs, so be sure to have some backup if you plan to mine in them.Read the full article at the link provided below.
Massively: EVE Online Exploration
Just over a year ago, unstable wormholes began randomly appearing all over New Eden. If you manage to scan one down, it can instantly transport you to another location. By right clicking the wormhole and clicking "show info", you can obtain some vital information on how stable the wormhole is and what type of system it goes to. Wormholes to other normal star systems can be used as trade shortcuts, and those leading to nullsec can be useful for short-term access to nullsec resources. There's a strong chance, however, that the wormhole won't lead to a system within the EVE stargate network. They can instead bring you to one of 2500 hidden Sleeper star systems
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