Cruel stone in the EVE
I began to play the EVE due to my favorite of space. I was attracted by the beautiful space. Watching the light star I walked in the space. I was so excited. I began to want to conquer the space.
I have many friends in the life. I am never lonely. My friends always help me when I need. But it is surprised that I had no friend in the game. I am single in the EVE. I work hard in the game. I logged in time everyday. I made mines to make eve isk. I am not in the corps. I do not want to work for it. I work hard for the corps in the real life, I just want to mine and make money for my self in the game. I am thinking of a warship. Some body else told me I can not play the game like this. I did not accept their suggestion. I am happy with my play. That is why I want to play the game. I still remember that I bought the C bird for the first in the summer holiday. I was so excited when I got it. I flied in the air. It was so handsome. It cost much eve online isk. I like it very much.
Many players make the warship as their enemy, including me. I worked hard in order to make the bird powerful. I do business, mines everyday. The equipment of my bird was powerful after one month. Everything of it was strong. I was so excited when I saw that. I did not want to take it to fight with the pirate. It is expensive for me. But after not long time I began to try to take it to join in the battle. I did not dare to go to the OO area. I know there are lots of pirates. Some others always want to PK with me if I go there. I just use my warship to fight with others. My bird can do nothing. I did not want it like this any more. I had to use to do some task. I choose the class four tasks to do. I had to buy isk for preparation. I think I need it when I was in the battle. I began to prepare the money. I contact the supplier. Some of them are short of isk. I had to ask the supplier one by one which I knew. The supplier my classmate told me who has cheap eve isk. I hope I can get some from them, but they told me the money sold out not long time ago. I can do nothing but to ask for help from my classmates. I think he has. He gave me some from his house. I was so grateful.
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