My blog’s annual report came out, verifying my suspicion that people are really keen to find a non-terrible Tengu fit. I made almost 100 posts in 2011, which surprised me.

In Eve, I broke 30 million skill points on my main, got kicked out of null sec twice, saw my corp turn into a low sec alliance, and am increasingly finding that my ‘login, set jobs, trade, logout’ industrial character is a better fit with my free time constraints (i.e. two children under 3 years of age) than my pvp character. Sometimes, I undock and kill a cyno ship just to be on the killboard.

You know you’re time-poor when you have to bail out half-way into the first Incursion site you did that night…

On the plus side, I get to train long skills to V on my main without obsessing over the time it takes before the next ‘ding’. At this rate, by the end of the year, I’ll probably be capital-ship enabled.

Here’s to 2012 o/

2 Responses to “Retrospective”

  1. January 6, 2012 at 7:37 am

    Sounds familiar – my industrial alts are getting more use than my main, and my 2 and 6 year olds mean constant interruptions any time I try to log in. I’ve had the last two weeks off. I did not have any grandiose plans, I just hoped to get one good day of EVE playing in. I appears I hoped for too much…

  2. January 6, 2012 at 8:12 am

    Time its everyone enemy. Sound like allot been happening there. Can just try to do what works for fun around the current time constraints, till it improves maybe.

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