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Posted - 2009.04.28 22:45:00 - [1]

I am new to EvE but have a fair bit of knowledge about it due to a friend playing it. I plan to get all my learnining skills done and dusted before I start playing the game. I want to get all first learning skills to level 5 (apart from charisma where level 4 is enough) and all the secondary learninings to level 4 (including the secondary charisma). What is the most effiecient order of training the skills.


Estel Arador
Posted - 2009.04.28 22:58:00 - [2]

That information is deeply hidden in the sticky thread at the top of the forum. With some effort you might be able to get to it though. It requires clicking on the link "Attributes & Skills - The New Guide". Best of luck on your epic quest to gain knowledge!

Akita T
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Posted - 2009.04.28 23:01:00 - [3]

Get basics to L4 first (mem/int/learning to L2, then 3, then 4 first, only after that or even after Cybernetics I the 3 other basics to L4), get Cybernetics and train it to L1 (then plug in what +1/+2/+3 implants you can afford, if you can afford any yet, +1s should be dirt cheap), get SOME of the advanced learning skills if/when you can afford them (int/mem/per first, ignore cha for a while unless you have loads of ISK already) and train them to L4 too as soon as you get any of them, meanwhile (as you gather ISK) train skills that help you make ISK rather than wasting a long time getting learning skills almost exclusively.
Of course, you could just buy a GTC, split to PLEX, sell for ISK and then fast-track to +4 implants plus L5 basic mem/int/learning and L4 advanced mem/int... but then again you could just as well buy a character with most learnings done if you're in such a hurry.

Long story short, very early on, ISK is just as important (if even not more important) than learning speed if you play the game without any outside help.
Intentionally stunting your "useful skills" growth early on as you focus exclusively on learning skills for long-term benefits is the easiest way to boredom and quitting the game sooner rather than later.


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