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Active Mentors

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Anidien Dallacort
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Anidien Dallacort
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Experience 3 years
Skillpoints Over 100 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)

- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining
- Industry (manufacturing, research, and invention)
- Planetary Interaction
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Fleet Commanding

- Hauling
Playtimes Everyday: 18:00 - 06:00
Biography

I dabble in just about any aspect of EVE anymore, short of things the Uni doesn't do.

Primarily, I'm an industrial player - I frequently do actual industry, along with Planetary Interaction, and mining. I also do exploration as a bit of a side activity, PvE on occasion, and have been getting more and more into the combat side of the game as of late.

In EVE Uni, in addition to being a Mentor, I am the Manager of EVE University's Teaching Department, and a member of the EVE University Fleet Command team.

If your interests fall outside of an area I know - I probably know how to get you in touch with someone who knows better, or find some material to help us study and understand together. In short - if you're interested in it, ask me about it!
Primary community Stacmon
Contact In-game mails, Discord
Language English


Aren Dar
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Aren Dar
Details
Experience 10 years
Skillpoints Over 100 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Planetary Interaction
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites
- cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Flying and operating in NullSec
- Flying and operating in Wormholes
Playtimes

Monday: 18:00 - 24:00
Tuesday: 21:00 - 24:00
Wednesday: 18:00 - 24:00
Thursday: 18:00 - 24:00
Friday: 18:00 - 24:00
Saturday: 12:00 - 18:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 18:00
Biography

I've lived in wormhole space for most of my EVE life, have experience on all classes of wormhole space and roaming in null in small and mid sized gangs. I have a reasonable grasp of the rest of the game, especially PI and exploring.
Primary community WHC
Contact Discord, Forum mail
Language English


Chris Halsky
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Chris Halsky
Details
Experience 2 years
Skillpoints 40 million to 60 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (Career Options, Making ISK, The Agency, etc.)
- The Basics: Fleet Ops, SOP and Policies, Basic Ship Fitting Advice
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Incursions
- Advanced Ship Fitting
Playtimes Everyday: 18:00 - 21:00
Biography

When I started playing EVE, UniWiki was used by me daily - I quickly decided to join EVE University, as that was looking like great opportunity to learn. And it was a jackpot, as I learned a lot of stuff here :)

I remember that I started with hauling and trading of Trade Goods with NPCs - terrible in general (please don't do it), but gave me quite a bit of time to read Wiki and paid for my first Drake :)

I am Caldari all the way, and you might sometimes encounter me telling that Caldari is the best, or making fun of other faction ships - no worries though, that's semi-joking roleplaying, and I don't mind pilots who like potatoes, plastic toys or rusty scrapmetal :D

Currently I am mostly focued on PvE (missions, but not only), grinding Standings (I'm weird), getting my alt ready for Incursion (I did run a bit on my main some time ago) and general bumbling around doing interesting things. And PYFA-ing fits for different occassions, most of them bad, few of them good ;)

Before that I tried to try everything what EVE has to offer - and that's what I recommend everyone to do, to find out what you like. Or don't like ;)
Primary community Stacmon
Contact In-game mails, In-game channel, Discord
Language English


Dropbear Maroon
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Dropbear Maroon
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Experience 5 years
Skillpoints 80 million to 100 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining
- Industry (manufacturing, research, and invention)
- Planetary Interaction
- Trade
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Flying and operating in Sov NullSec
- Flying and operating in Wormholes
- Faction Warfare
Playtimes Everyday: 09:00 - 12:00
Biography

I have multiple Omega accounts which allows me to do a large range of activities within the EVE universe. Very early on I joined EVE University where I have held a number of staff positions including being a Senior Personnel Officer, a Production Officer and a Mentor Manager.

Playing in the east coast AU timezone, I can be found in high sec and sov nullsec with my own boosted mining fleets, doing PI and vertically integrating the materials, together with the trading alt's materials, into production. Alternatively, for PvP I may be involved in sov warfare, faction warfare, or WHC shenanigans. For PvE I do ratting, missions, DED sites and low level abyssals. I may also be found in a variety of spaces doing exploration with the occasional gank.

As a mentor, I want to help others to be able to enjoy EVE as much as I do.
Primary community WHC
Contact In-game mails, Mumble, Discord, Forum mail
Language English


Ezra Salaz
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Ezra Salaz
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Experience Over 1 year
Skillpoints 20 million to 30 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining, Industry (manufacturing, research, and invention)
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Advanced ship fitting
- Flying and operating in NullSec
- Flying and operating in Wormholes
- Hauling
- Trade
- Abyssal Deadspace
- Teaching UNI Classes
- EVE University Wiki (basics, advanced editing, templating)
Playtimes

Weekdays: 23:00 - 03:00 (6:00PM to 11:00PM CST)
Weekends: 19:00 - 24:00 (3:00PM to 8:00PM CST)
Biography

Started a humble industrialist at AMC. Grew in love with helping others. Started venturing into Wormholes together with other unistas learning the ropes of unknown space together. Started my CCI journey earlier this year. Touched down on HSC for a few weeks. Got to grind some standings and run L4 mission fleets around our old HQ at Amygnon. Once comfortable with what I had learned there, I moved my base to our new Stacmon HQ. Focused on teaching a bit more and cemented my out of game knowledge by becoming a Senior Progression Officer and dedicating myself to learning the wiki more in depth. Got a taste of what NullSec had to offer after attending multiple Strat Ops down at NSC. After a bit of debate and a broken bone in my hand (oops), I decided to move my activities to our WHC. Nowadays, you can find me exploring around WHC, Stacmon or NSC depending on where the content is. Learning is a lifestyle, and it's the one I've chosen to lead.
Primary community Stacmon
Contact Discord (preferred), In-game mails, Forum mail.
Language English and Spanish
Mentor officer


Harry Heinee
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Harry Heinee
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Experience 2 years
Skillpoints 60 million to 80 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining
- Industry (manufacturing, research, and invention)
- Planetary Interaction
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Flying and operating in NullSec
- Flying and operating in Wormholes
- Abyssal Deadspace
Playtimes Everyday: 00:00 - 03:00, 12:00 - 15:00
Biography

My entire life in EVE has been within EVE University. My main character is primarily involved with the Wormhole Campus where I thoroughly enjoy the PVP content that is available therein. Not that PVP is all that wormholes offer. Harvesting fleets (combat anomalies) and gas huffing are our mainstay of isk generation with the workhorse of exploration to find us content.

Missioning is, however, where I started and I still enjoy going out and beating up on naughty pirates from time to time. I am currently using our continually varied connections at WHC to occasionally run missions to gain standings for as many different security agents as I can find.

About midway through 2021, I created a new alt character on my main account to join the EVE University Production team and am thoroughly entrenched in making all manner of ship hulls and modules for our FC team and community hubs.
Primary community HSC
Contact In-game mails, In-game channel, Mumble, Discord
Language English


Jalxan
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Jalxan
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Experience Over 10 years; had a few years off, but I started back in August 2008.
Skillpoints 143,000,000
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining, Industry (manufacturing, research, and invention)
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Incursions
- Fleet Commanding
- Advanced ship fitting
- Flying and operating in NullSec
- Flying and operating in Sov NullSec
- Flying and operating in Wormholes
- Hauling
- Upwell Structures
- Corporation Management
Playtimes Everyday: 00:00 - 12:00
Biography

I'm a long time EVE player, and one of my favorite things since day one was to help new players. Even before I joined the Uni, and within a few months of starting out, I co-created a corporation called Seventh Millenium with another player, and helped other players out for the time I was there. Eventually, the corporation died out, and it became my de-facto alt-holding corp.

It was during this time that I decided to join the University as a Teacher (back in 2010), and although I did teach, I must admit I learned significant more - despite being a two-year veteran of the game at the time. I ended up becoming a mentor back then. I wrote a lot of my history in my bio on the wiki, but in brief, I left in 2012, and returned in 2020.

Since then, I've taken the helm of the Mentor Program as Mentor Manager, and have greatly enjoyed my time back - particularly the PVP. I call myself an "Angry Industrialist" because I love mining in my Hulks and Orca - but just as happy to go on a shooting spree during the Uni's wars. I'm more than happy to help you become an "Angry Industrialist" as well - or simply being "Angry". :P
Primary community Stacmon
Contact In-game mails, In-game channel, Mumble, Discord. Discord preferred.
Language English
Mentor manager


Muhib
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Muhib
Details
Experience Over a year
Skillpoints 30 million to 40 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining, Industry (manufacturing, research, and invention)
- Planetary Interaction
- Trade
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Incursions
- Fleet Commanding
- Advanced ship fitting
- Abyssal Deadspace
Playtimes Everyday: 12:00 - 18:00
Biography

I started out as an Abyssal runner in EVE and became involved in Level 4 Mission Fleet running, Combat Site running, exploration, market trading, and other activities after joining EVE UNI. Currently, I'm predominantly engaged in the EVE University Incursion Community, where I assist in establishing, operating, and generating content. I also teach at EVE Uni and am a Junior Fleet Commander in the Ivy League.
Most Preferred Communication Platform: Mumble
Primary community INC & Stacmon
Contact In-game mails, In-game channel, Mumble, Discord
Language English, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Chittagonian, Hejazi Arabic
Mentor officer


North Prist
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North Prist
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Experience 2 years
Skillpoints 40 million to 60 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining
- Industry (manufacturing, research, and invention)
- Planetary Interaction
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Hauling
- Corporation Management
Playtimes Everyday: 09:00 - 12:00
Biography

I mainly play EVE as leisure and a new way to know others and new knowledge. I have been helped by many Unistas, and I think I am ready to give back and help new-bros.
Primary community AMC
Contact In-game mails, Mumble, Discord, Forum mail
Language English, Mandarin Chinese


Owain abArawn
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Owain abArawn
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Experience About 16 years, since 2006.06.22
Skillpoints 80 million to 100 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining
- Industry (manufacturing, research, and invention)
- Planetary Interaction
- Trade
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Advanced ship fitting
- Flying and operating in NullSec
- Flying and operating in Sov NullSec
- Hauling
Playtimes Everyday: 12:00 - 24:00
Biography

I started playing EVE Online 2006.06.22, so it's been a while. I was a member of a number of NPC corporations for a long time, doing mining, missions, and some industry before joining a corporation with some real life friends. Over time, they all dropped out of the game, and for a while I was the head of a one man corporation.

I started getting interested in T2 production. At first, I bought the materials in Jita, but that was a bit painful, so I started looking at the production supply chain. I stated doing some PI for moon goo, and picked up some reaction blueprints where I did ninja reaction processing in player stations in low sec where I could dock up. That wasn't very reliable, so I looked at what it would take to own a station, and that was not practical at all for a solo player.

I had been using the UNI Wiki for years, and while researching the T2 production pipeline, it occurred to me that EVE University would be a good fit, so I applied and was accepted 2019.03.06. At the start of the pandemic, I became inactive for about 3 months, and was reinstated 2020.06.18.

Prior to the pandemic, I worked in HSC Production helping with building ships and supplies for fleet operations. When I came back, the Mentor Program was recruiting, so I applied and was accepted.

Currently, I consider myself to be primarily an industrialist. I have 2 Omega accounts with 2 alts in the UNI, and 3 other alts in UNI allied corporations for things like hauling. I have mining operations in NSC, LSC, AMC, and HSC where mine with a porpoise boosting an alt in a mining barge, although I am currently in the process of relocating HSC, AMC, and LSC assets to Stacmon.

I do T2 production in NSC, along with reaction processing, moon mining, and planetary interaction. If an alt needs something in one of the other communities, I'll carry bpcs to them and build in place rather than haul completed goods through Null Sec. While things are building or reacting, I do exploration, a little wormhole diving, and mission running. Many of the things I make are for personal consumption with the surplus getting hauled to Jita for sale along with loot collected from rats, although several people know I am usually busy making things in NSC, so I take special orders as well.

When not doing all that, I also mentor new folks. 🙂

I'm not involved in PvP, nor do I take part in many fleet operations, although I do participate in structure bashes when someone foolishly war decs us.
Primary community Multiple
Contact In-game mails, In-game channel, Mumble, Discord
Language English


Ran Rotsuda
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Ran Rotsuda
Details
Experience 3 years
Skillpoints Over 100 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining
- Industry (manufacturing, research, and invention)
- Planetary Interaction
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Advanced ship fitting
- Flying and operating in Wormholes
- Hauling
- Upwell Structures
- Corporation Management
Playtimes Everyday: 06:00 - 18:00
Biography

I started my career in high sec running missions, mining, and doing general high sec stuff before moving permanently to WH space. I have dabbled in PI, moon mining, gas huffing, ice harvesting, reactions, exploration, capital and subcapital ship construction, and PvE in high and low-class space.

I fly with a group of like-minded pilots, and we occasionally do some exciting things in null and wormhole space.
Contact In-game mails, In-game channel, Discord
Language English, Tagalog


Sanctia Vitae
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Sanctia Vitae
Details
Experience 6 years
Skillpoints 40 million to 60 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Fleet Commanding
- Flying and operating in NullSec
- Hauling
- Station Spinning
Playtimes

Monday: 00:00 - 06:00, 18:00 - 24:00
Tuesday: 00:00 - 06:00, 18:00 - 24:00
Wednesday: 00:00 - 03:00
Thursday: 00:00 - 03:00
Friday: 00:00 - 03:00
Saturday: 00:00 - 03:00
Sunday: 00:00 - 06:00, 18:00 - 24:00
Biography

I have been playing off-and-on since 2008, including time in the Uni as a Graduate Mentor. I decided to try for a fresh start this time around, so don't let my character age fool you! I've spent the majority of my time running missions, but have experience in both solo and fleet PvP, as well as leadership positions in these fleets.
Primary community Stacmon
Contact In-game mails, In-game channel, Mumble, Discord
Language English
Mentor officer


Sean Yakin
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Sean Yakin
Details
Experience 2 years
Skillpoints 60 million to 80 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies
- basic ship fitting advice
- Planetary Interaction
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites
- cosmic signatures
- combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Incursions
- Fleet Commanding
Playtimes Everyday: 18:00 - 06:00
Biography

Started out HSC...went to WHC, got into Incursions, went to LSC & NSC to finish CCI, Earned Graduate title. I am also an Orentation Officer.
Primary community Stacmon
Contact In-game mails, Discord
Language English


Slash Azizora
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Slash Azizora
Details
Experience 8 Years
Skillpoints Over 100 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Flying and operating in NullSec
- Flying and operating in Wormholes
- Humility
- Humor, Alien Subductions
Playtimes Everyday: 21:00 - 03:00
Biography

I'm a firm believer in having fun, upholding UNI ideals, and constantly learning and trying something I haven't tried before.
Primary community WHC
Contact In-game mails, Mumble, Discord
Language English


Tal Tracyn
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Tal Tracyn
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Experience 6 1/2 years
Skillpoints Over 100 million
Skillset

- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Industry (manufacturing, research, and invention)
- Trade
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Fleet Commanding
- Advanced ship fitting
- Hauling
- Upwell Structures
Playtimes

Weekdays: 15:00 - 24:00
Weekends: 12:00 - 24:00
Biography

Based in HSC. Trading for 6.5 years, industry for about 4 years, Ship fitting guru in HSC. Built and ran several structures in HSC for 4 years that the Uni now owns. FC small gang/large gang and Fleets.
Primary community HSC
Contact In-game mails, In-game channel, Mumble, Discord, Forum mail
Language English


Tarkin Karn
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Tarkin Karn
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Experience 13ish years
Skillpoints Over 100 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining
- Planetary Interaction
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Fleet Commanding
- Advanced ship fitting
- Flying and operating in NullSec
- Flying and operating in Wormholes
- Hauling
- Upwell Structures
Playtimes

Mon-Thu: 00:00 - 03:00, 18:00 - 24:00
Fri-Sun: 00:00 - 06:00, 18:00 - 24:00
Biography

IN THE BEGINNING THERE WERE SPACE SHIPS AND BUTTONS AND IT WAS GOOD.

But I was bad.

I tried to fit ships and do things but it was all very hard and I spent a lot of time not doing much. Joined a handful of goofy corps that didn't really last, did a lot of AFK mining.

And then eventually, a miner-ganking corp changed my EVE life. I lost my beautiful mining barges, which I had spent so much time saving up for, and was furious. THEY WERE SO PRETTY.

I fumed about it until I figured out that the only real answer was to take up arms and join combat. I had been putting it off because there were skills you had to train before you could train your other skills (they removed those) but it was time. I started PVPing.

I war dec'd a few small high sec corps. I challenged everyone I could to duels (and lost all of them). Eventually I joined a lowsec pirate corp and started to learn how to play.

Fast forward through a few years in lowsec, learning to harvest tears and stalk haulers for the enormity of their gall. Eventually I set up a structure in a wormhole, and the grand river consumed me.

Now I drift, timeless and patient, watching the world float by from my dark little corner of space, waiting to reach out and grab some passing fun. See you in the dark spaces.
Primary community WHC
Contact In-game mails, Discord
Language English


Tealson Darkstar
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Tealson Darkstar
Details
Experience Most recently, 14 months
Skillpoints Over 100 million
Skillset

- Getting Started (career options, making ISK, The Agency, etc)
- The Basics: fleet ops, SOP and policies, basic ship fitting advice
- Mining
- Planetary Interaction
- Exploration (scanning, relic/data sites, cosmic signatures, combat sites)
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- Player vs. Environment (PvE)
- Fleet Commanding
- Advanced ship fitting
- Flying and operating in NullSec
- Flying and operating in Wormholes
- Hauling
Playtimes Everyday: 03:00 - 09:00
Biography

I just really enjoy wormhole space and the opportunities it presents. Have noticed that people who are new to various groups/communities will sometimes get terrible advice. I saw on Discord once someone asked a question about implants because they were recommended to get high-grade amulets because of how good they were and wanted to know if it was a waste of ISK. I'd like to reduce the chances of that sort of terrible advice actually happening when a new player just simply does not understand the consequences of some of the random advice that gets shouted around by random people.
Primary community WHC
Contact In-game channel, Mumble, Discord
Language English


Toshiro Hasegawa
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Toshiro Hasegawa
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Experience Over 15 years
Skillpoints Over 200 million
Skillset

- General advice about how to get started in Eve Online (career options, The Agency, making isk, etc)
- Eve Basics: fleet operations, SOP & policies, basic ship fitting
- Player vs. Player (PvP)
- NullSec Space
- Sov NullSec Space
Playtimes Everyday: 00:00 - 03:00
Biography

I heard about EVE when it was still in development, and managed to get into the Beta by attending an IRC chat with the devs in Nov 2002. The game attracted me as it made me think it would be a multiplayer version of Elite, which i had played on my Commodore 64. My first minutes in game were spent flying straight after undocking – not knowing how to control my ship, but loving every moment. It was simple in the beginning: mining, production and rating. I soon tried to join a corp, they had a waiting period to get in, so i waited, figuring the more exclusive the more likely it would be a group of dedicated team players. By the end of the Christmas holidays the corp had blown up in a drama filled story of ego, subterfuge and back stabbing. With some of the more chill remnants a new corp was formed, aptly named Phoenix Rising Inc. We limped our way to release, with barely any members left. Bugs and gameplay issues took their toll, but i carried on, addicted to the treadmill, and still enjoying the freedom of choice in the big sandbox.

At release I reformed Phoenix Rising (still exists as my alt corp) and ran things as CEO with some great people. We started off with out Ibises and ninja mined Ark and Bistot in northern Lonetrek. We built cruisers and then battleships (destroyers and battlecruisers not being in game yet, let alone all the other toys you are used to using). We got chased around by the first real pirates in M00 and eventually participated in what i think was the first alliance, in the CFS, who formed to try and allow for krabing in Querious with mutual protection and intel. Working in null was hard, no jump ships meant trucking things in through the nul sec choke points in T1 Industrial ships, with people like M00 making life hard (and fun).

Over the years the game changed, and developed. New content was added, new ships, T2 BPO, Player owned station and structures. The null alliances formed and began to war. I think we got kicked out of Querious by Fountain Alliance who later became BoB who were the big dogs until Goons knocked them down. Eventually 4 years of playing and many of the people i had started with having wandered off, I took my first break from EVE. I ended up playing a lot of WWIIOnline, another MMO with an older player base and requiring a lot of teamwork. Eventually when it got stale i dragged some people to EVE and we played for a few years, till that fell apart. I played and left and played and left for years. Joining EVE University a few times, RVB for a few months. I played in the nul sec Alliances, taking and holding territory or producing caps.

In more recent times I rejoined the Uni for the third time and at this point in EVE University's trajectory they had formed the Null Sec Campus, so that seemed like a good fit. A place when i could help out new players, but still live in the type of space I was most used to. Where pvp happened all the time. After years of PvEi was tired of the grind, and really mostly enjoyed against people who would do us harm at NSC. We had a excellent group and when a major war in the north happened a lot of the players left to join MC. The urge to be in the null blocks bit me again and I headed up, to fly carriers in big space battles, to jump supplies and ships all over the place. After the inevitable burn out of fighting and moving and fighting MC fell apart and I left game again.

But a year and half later I came back to EVE and rejoined EVE Univesity for the 4th time. I dont play as much as i did in the beta, i dont pve like i did the early years. I dont undock caps and go and get into huge battles. I chill out in NSC and chat and answer questions and keep an eye on our space. I fight when someone comes in to harass us. I get an absolute kick out of watching new players check it all out, see what they like and dont like. I may not know everything about everything anymore, there is too much to know now, but i know the core game inside and out so i offer advice when and where it makes sense.

Who knows where things will lead me in the future, but for now EVE University is the best place for me. Its amazing be in a community of people who either want to help other people find their way in the game, or people who want to learn.
Primary community NSC
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Active Mentors (Hidden Identities)

Note: These mentors have requested that their character information be kept off the wiki. These mentors are also active, and follow the same rules.

No Currently Active Anonymous Mentors