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Looking for 50 Fights and a Corporation

September 24, 2009
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I’ve been inspired by Alexia’s 50 fights post and I’ve decided to join a Corporation.

So here’s the plan, I’m going to get myself into 50 fights worth of trouble and then I’ll find a corporation to join.

I’ve got myself a nice little fit for my Kestrel, and I did enough trading earlier tonight to pay for 4 of these Kestrel fits so let my demise commence. My rules of engagement are not to fire unless fired upon or if I see someone under attack from pirates. I fully expect to die quickly but I’m looking for experience here not victory. I think I might also wander into 0.0 and see what happens.

Once I’m battle hardened and battle fatigued from my 50 fights I’ll start looking around for a corporation to join. @jorshan invited me into his corp, don’t know much about them but they sound like a trading and manufacturing corp in highsec which might be what I end up wanting. Part of my motivation for doing the 50 fights experiment is to figure out how I feel about PvP. So when all is said and done and I imagine I’m 50 ships lighter I should have a pretty good idea of what I want to do with myself in EVE.

My name is Siberian San

6 Comments leave one →
  1. September 28, 2009 5:45 am

    I’m honoured that I’ve inspired you, and I wish you all the very best in finding success from your losses. 🙂 Oh, and I’ve added you to



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