This month’s topic deals with exciting questions about EVE Online. This time it’s about the sense and nonsense of corporations in EVE Online and…oh boy….where to start?
Should I join a corporation in EVE Online? The topic of the month March is very easy for me to answer. The reader knows my attitude towards this and one of my most clicked blog posts not only deals with this topic, but also provides a very negative example, which is often cited as a reason why someone is NOT in a corporation.
(Read with a german voice): But you can’t take a look at the whole corP from a spIEleR!!11elf – Yes, you can.
After 11 years of EVE I know: Yes, you can. Because like and like like like each other and where there’s a dullard, the rest aren’t far away either. #isso
It can take a while to find “your” corporation.
In my opinion, corps are definitely useful for beginners in EVE Online. I would be repeating myself unnecessarily now. There are really many sensible and good articles out there that not only describe the procedure but also give helpful tips.
For the regular solo player, corps are perhaps more ballast – social obligations or not, if you prefer to travel alone and never do anything with your corpmates, you don’t need to turn up to the mining evening and feign interest. I have become very radical about this. The only benefit a solo player could have would be if he moves in 0.0 and benefits from the Blue Donut there. Even in Faction Warfare it makes sense for solo players to be in a corporation of some kind, as long as it’s not the NPC corporation.
As always with the Topic-of-the-Month blog post, there are skins for all commentators under this blog post…\o/. Most of you already know it, all of you who are new I would like to ask you to comment with your ingame name. This makes the skin shipping much easier.