New Players' Survival in EVE Online

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Akrotiri Dallocort

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Post 2018.12.30 12:19

Re: New Players' Survival in EVE Online

Some helpful info on here guys. Thanks for taking the time to help us new players out. o7
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chad Jovakko

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Post 2019.05.07 09:43

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new guy cant wait to get into eve university!
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Tezim Tukar

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Post 2019.08.01 12:25

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I was just starting to run through this playlist and quickly realized it's outdated. The starting tutorial is significantly different.

I'm new, but is there anything I can do to help improve/update this? I don't feel qualified to re-record video, but mabe there's another way I can help?
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Marius Labo

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Post 2019.12.11 20:13

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I'll definitely have to look at updating this article. Probably start it as a new thread.

Nice to see that it still gets a wee bit of traffic!
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Jacknyfe

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Post 2020.08.10 13:21

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Great intro to the game, thx
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Marius Labo

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Post 2020.08.10 17:23

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Jacknyfe wrote:Great intro to the game, thx

I appreciate the feedback. :D
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Kipo Zen

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Post 2020.08.19 03:54

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New players should have a peace time with them not being attacked by anyone except for npc for 1 week, makes them really comfrotable in the game and start then they will start to understand how the system works (take baby steps these guys are not big brains).
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Post 2020.09.28 02:41

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Kipo Zen wrote:New players should have a peace time with them not being attacked by anyone except for npc for 1 week, makes them really comfrotable in the game and start then they will start to understand how the system works (take baby steps these guys are not big brains).

Tell the trigs that :P
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Post 2020.10.16 11:48

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Doubzero wrote:
Kipo Zen wrote:New players should have a peace time with them not being attacked by anyone except for npc for 1 week, makes them really comfrotable in the game and start then they will start to understand how the system works (take baby steps these guys are not big brains).

Tell the trigs that :P


There is a "rookie grieving period" of 30 days, I believe, but in my opinion it is way too little. I don't have enough time to play everyday so that timer ran out looong before I felt comfortable to cross thru the lowsec areas.
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Post 2020.10.16 23:15

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iProphet2k wrote:There is a "rookie grieving period" of 30 days, I believe, but in my opinion it is way too little.


It's not universal. It pertains to specific systems as outlined in this Help Center post. If you're not within the bounds of those systems and you're under 30 days old you're fair game for any actions within the game.

Kipo Zen wrote:New players should have a peace time with them not being attacked by anyone except for npc for 1 week, makes them really comfrotable in the game and start then they will start to understand how the system works (take baby steps these guys are not big brains).

As long as you have remained in the systems and parameters as outlined in the link above, you have 30 days of "peace".

The point is for you to quickly understand that EVE Online is not a peaceful game. It's about player conflict and player-driven conflict. The more you stick to "baby steps" the less successful you will be in immersing in and enjoying EVE Online for what it really is.
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