Clarification. Your old ship was destroyed. Rookie ships are automatically refunded in the manner I described earlier. Any other ship is gone forever if destroyed and you will have to buy a new one.Sep 20, 2012
Do you lose your ship in EVE Online? Unlike other MMOs, death in EVE has serious consequences: You lose your ship, its equipped modules (like guns), whatever was in the cargo hold, and several other potentially expensive things. Its why the first rule of EVE Online is never fly what you cant afford to lose.
Players can use the Insurance Points (IP) to recover the destroyed ships on their own, including the fittings and the rigs. The new Insurance system is improved from the previous Beginner’s Insurance. Beginner’s Insurance Vouchers will be converted to Insurance Points accordingly.
In the upper left corner of your interface, there should be your portrait, if you click on it, it opens your character sheet, there you will find a kill log in the bottom, where you can find your loss and who killed you. Whether a NPC or a player, when your ship blows up, only a few items drop in the wreck.
Well…it’s approximately 2 hours… could be little bit less or more. Usually I make sure I get the wrecks / cans around 1.5 hours just to be safe.
One way to repair a damaged ship is to fit repair units to it, like a Shield Booster, Hull Repairer, and so on. When you activate such units, they repair the ship by using capacitor power. Be careful not to run out of capacitor power if you are in the middle of a fight.
Besides its bonuses to tractor beams and salvagers it also sports a large cargo bay, able to store loot from even the most destructive level 4 missions. The Noctis is expensive however, and is unlikely to be worth it for a player who is not yet running at least level 3 missions.
That said, the concept of Ninja Salvaging is simple: detecting Missionbears as they run their little quests in the void of space, warping to them with a fast salvage ship, and grabbing all the valuable salvage under their nose before they have the chance to finish the mission and come back with their own salvaging ship …
You cannot scan down or probe out wrecks. You can scan down or probe out mission runners’ ships.
You can’t loot a yellow wreck because your safety setting is set to green. If you change your safety setting to yellow, you will be able to loot any wreck, but if it is a yellow wreck you will gain a suspect flag with all the risks that comes with.
If it’s a can is yellow, you can still loot it but you’ll be flag as suspect in local and anyone can come and shoot you. Some people set them as a trap.
Wait until you got 90M units, stick it on the market for jita buy order price and it will sell within a day.
A buy order asks for an item to be provided within the range set on the buy order and offers money, while a sell order asks for money and offers an item, which will be sold at the station the sell order was created. Only repackaged (stackable) items can be sold on the market.
Salvaging is a good secondary income source when doing PvE combat, as NPC wrecks can drop valuable modules or items, and their salvage is used to manufacture rigs. Salvaging is easy to train into, reasonably safe, and a good way for newer characters to participate in higher-level PvE content (e.g. locust fleets).
All scan probes can be used for finding cosmic signatures. Combat scan probes can find structures, ships and drones. Wrecks, cargo containers and cloaked ships cannot be scanned with probes.
Your safeties are set to enable safety by default, which we call green safeties for short (for all the obvious reasons). This setting makes it a conscious choice to break the law. That means you will never run the risk of accidentally going suspect or criminal as a new players, or an old one for that matter.
Drag from station inventory drop into cargo hold. You don’t need two windows, you can use the tree to see the cargo hold.
Instead this container spawns whenever items get jettisoned into space, which it then contains. The container can not be scooped to the cargo hold and only lasts about two hours in space, since technically it counts as space debris for the game engine – like ship wrecks.
How long does a jet can last? Reliably for 60 minutes. After that, it’s possible they could last up to an additional hour. It might also just poof at 61 minutes.
Hard Drive: 23 GB Free Space.
Eve has a built-in insurance system for ships, which helps players hedge against the loss of some of the ISK invested in a ship. The game will provide a small insurance payout for any ship lost ,not to CONCORD, and players can choose to spend some ISK in advance in order to recoup more money if their ship is lost.
Take them to Jita (or your local market hub) and sell them for about 3k each. A single Badger full of metal scraps can haul as much tritanium as 3 Charons. Moving minerals to null-sec is usually done via 425mm guns – they have the “best” mineral compression that player-made items can do: 28 to 1.
Trading. Trading goods is by far the best way to make money. Every space billionaire in Eve Online has earned their ISK from trading at some point, and the richest people of Eve got there by trading. Having said that, trading is simply not for everyone.
To locate an item, use the assets tab on the left (ALT + T), and use the search tool. You will then need to go to that location, and open the inventory to pick up the item you’ve purchased.
When its processed into minerals you can sell it. One good tip is to invest in manufacturing. The market in Eve is always flooded with ore, but if you can take those minerals and turn them into fancy piece of equipment or a ship, you can sell that for far more ISK, and in a far less flooded market.
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