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Mr Cleann
State War Academy
Posted - 2011.07.28 18:43:00 - [1]

I have been playing eve for 7 years now. As an experienced player I know a lot. However to my surprise there is a lot I don't know. I learned that the day I down loaded this free PDF file. called ISK. Which explains in great detail just about everything you want to know about eve. I strongly recommend it especially for rookie players. The PDF file is free, however it does ask for a modest donation for the work that was done to create the file. That is strictly voluntary.

ISD Etetia

Posted - 2011.07.28 18:56:00 - [2]

Edited by: ISD Etetia on 28/07/2011 18:56:37
Confirming that ISK the Guide is awesome.

Alot of great information... Except for the part where it lists working for ISD as a profitable profession... :)

It is worth mentioning that it is also possible to pick up a physical copy in the EVE Store.

Dani Leone
Positively Idle
Posted - 2011.07.28 18:59:00 - [3]

Well colour me surprised, you actually sorted out the shipping charges during my 2 year absence, kudos :D

J Kunjeh
Posted - 2011.07.28 19:59:00 - [4]

Indeed the ISK guide is a very good reference to have, especially since it's free! Though I personally also bought the hard copy from the Eve store; it's a beautifully done book that's spiral bound for ease of use as a reference guide (tons, and tons of great stats/charts that ANY player, new or old, could use).

Mr Cleann
State War Academy
Posted - 2011.07.29 01:36:00 - [5]

Yes the book in the eve store is great! After I used the pdf file, I decided to buy the book itself. As I got tired of clicking to the file and back to the game. Which in some areas can be hazardous in this game.Laughing


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