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[CLASS] 2019-01-16 0230 Intro to Planetary Interaction

PostPosted: 2020.01.09 18:56
by Falling Snow KumaMoto
Introduction to Planetary Interaction (aka Planetary Production) will cover the basics of starting your own planetary colonies, whether your goal is to make materials for an advanced industrial production line, to establish a "passive" isk source financing your lowsec piracy, or simply to establish a galaxy-wide empire of space domination. I will explain how to get started and describe the two main styles of PI, with some pointers on how to set up colonies efficiently.

When: Thursday 16th January, 02:30 EVE Time (Wednesday evening USTZ)
Where: Mumble and Class (EVE Uni), near HSC for the practical exercise
Duration: 1 hour, plus optional practical exercise

Topics Covered:
What is PI?
Planetary Interaction benefits
Resources and planet types
Buildings
Q&A and some 3rd party tools

Student requirements:
Public Mumble registration and access - make sure you have Mumble sorted out and operational well before the class begins. Use this guide for set-up: http://eveuni.org/publicmumble
Access to the Class (EVE Uni) in-game chat channel

Additional information: This class is primarily lecture, delivered in public Mumble and the Class (EVE Uni) channel, followed by Q&A.

For those who want to stick around afterwards, I will conduct a practical exercise lasting 30-60 minutes. The practical exercise requires the following skills: interplanetary consolidation 1, command center upgrades 1, remote sensing 3, planetology 1. Note that these skills require an omega clone!

For Eve University corporation members planning to attend, please contact me if you need these skillbooks. I will give them to you for free, until I run out. All students wishing to do the practical exercise must also have a hauling ship capable of carrying at least 2,000 m3. I will provide some materials and a small amount of isk to cover the installation/tax costs of setting up a simple colony that can easily be scaled up. At the end of the practical exercise, you should have a tiny, working colony that can be scaled up or modified as you choose.