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We can see new faces everyday in the Corps district, since they are the newers, I think they are more or less interested in EVE, why?  Because they are confused. Eve isk


   First, I would not say how good the game is and how wisdom the game is. However, as a online game, EVE is really a new face to us. When you enter the game, the first thing you should do is to create a character, it will take you some time to do this, since there are four kind of race for you to choose. You also must know how to use the attribute points and how to destribute the attribute points. There are also a lot of text for you to read. It will let you dazzle.eve online isk

   After you enter the game, but there is no figure but a spacecraft, so I am confused and not know what to do next. Fortunately, there is a course to help you. But most of the newers are not willing to spend one or more hours to read it, because it is so long that they have enough patience to finish it. But the problem is that we do not know how to upgrade. To the traditional games, we usually beat the monsters to upgrade, and to this game, we do not know where the monsters are and how to beat them, we are confused again.cheap eve isk

   However, I have overcome these problems, and I think it still interesting to me, I did not intend to give up. I will go on playing. After furher playing, I have found more fun gradually.buy eve online isk.

   At last, EVE only exists for people who like the game. So if you like it, you should insist on playing. I hope that people who play the game will receive their own happiness.

   Now I am a veteran, novices, are you still confused?

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