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7-19-2010 @ 12:41PM
I play both EVE and WoW, as the mood takes me. I've found that I can be away from WoW for a while and just pick up where I left off, but if I'm away from EVE for any length of time, things will have changed an awful lot. Case in point - I'm in a corp that's been part of a null-sec alliance for some time. I've been off EVE for about a month, and last week when I logged in, I discovered that we were in process of losing our null-sec territory, and the alliance is falling apart. Managed to get most of my stuff back to hi-sec, but it was a bit scary there for a while. EVE and Wow are different enough that each offers a refuge from the other when I need it.Griefers in hi-sec are pretty rare. I've lost ships - you have to expect it - but it was almost always me doing something stupid, like 'just one more ore cycle', or 'oh, he won't bother me', or not being aligned to the station, or .... there's a lot of ways to screw up. OTOH, being careful usually keeps you safe, or at least intact.
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