Neat

I finished the course I was doing.  It took up on average 25 hours a week for 6 months.  Needless to say given how busy I was before, I’ve watched very little TV and have not done much online gaming over that time.

I’ve had a week or so now with no more study to do.  Aside trying to catch up on some chores, I have binge watched half of Season One of both The Strain and Dark Matter.  I haven’t however stepped up my gaming time yet.

Rixx Javix posted on Twitter the other day an image of his EVE “Junk” container, filled with various trade goods and collectables.  In a reply to me he remarked on wishing he had the tenacity to go around and collecting everything he had laying around space.  I’m not sure tenacity is the word for it, but I thought I would throw up some relate screen captures.  I get a perverse pleasure out of seeing how people organise their EVE Assets.

Here is my Personal Assets list.  Yes – everything in the one station.

My Assets are fairly neatly sorted.

I have containers for:

  • BPOs – Researched
  • BPOs – To be Researched
  • Build Materials
  • Build Materials – Astrahus Project
  • COSMOS – BPC, Materials and Goods
  • Consume – All Spare Ammo / Drones / Drugs / Fuel etc
  • Goods – All Tags / Trade Loot / Mission Drops etc
  • Memorabilia – Game collectiables
  • Mining – Anything to do with mining
  • Sell – Loot and Spares etc to be sold
  • Spares – All Spare Modules

 

My Ship Hanger at the moment:

 

The ships and their primary function:

  • Malediction (Hauling)
  • Exequror (Hauling)
  • Occator (Hauling)
  • Orca (Hauling)
  • Astero (Exploration)
  • Confessor (Exploration)
  • Statios (Exploration)
  • Skiff (Mining)
  • Porpoise (Mining)
  • Noctis (Salvaging)
  • Gila (PVE)
  • Cerberus (PVE)
  • Zealot (PVE)
  • A Nestor (PVE)
  • A Rattlesnake (PVE)
  • Loki (PVP)

About half of those ships are rarely used.

I currently have about 25B ISK on my main – half in ISK, half in assets.

 

My Corporation has One Office.  It has no assets currently stored in it.  I used the hanger layout below when I had multiple accounts / was sharing resources.  At the moment since I am only using One character, I store everything on that Character.

 

The Corporation has four items in space – my original four Customs Offices.  These earn just enough to cover the monthly Alliance fee.  Yes – that little.

Mostly I use my Corporation to keep my ISK sorted and stored separately, to reduce the chance through a market or contract error of losing everything in one go.

Total worth across the character and its corporation and alliance is a bit over 300B ISK.

Last of all – some in container screen captures for those who like such things (they link to full images)

Memorabilia:

Part of my Spares Container:

Part of my Consume Container:

The one area I would really love to be able to sort into one location are jump clones.  I have moved most of them around my home station, but I would really love to be able to put them all in the one spot (without using a destroy-able structure).

3 thoughts on “Neat

    • I wouldn’t focus on that figure – it is misleading. I generated around 150B ISK casually playing the game over the last 11+ years. The other half has come from a couple players who gifted me ISK and assets when they have left the game, the liquidating of a couple of Alts, and from selling off stuff in game that I got from out of game (like EVE Books). I use that second half of the bank balance to fund things I explore just for the blog, and to PLEX a second account on occasion (like I am doing right now, so I get a second Gift Battleship – one to keep, one to play around with). ISK itself is not a great measurement anyway. There are many players who generate 30+B ISK a month from their activities, often through trade. You can feel a bit stupid looking at your 1+B ISK a month, but in the end it comes down to how much fun you are having. Interestingly I basically leave around 30B ISK in total on my Main – because it is enough to do anything I need / want to do solo. It has been that way for years.

  1. It’s always nice to keep things Neat and Organized. It’s was always easy to know just what you have that way or find opportunities just siting there waiting to happen.

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