Question: Is Eve Online dying?

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Alongside long-toothed MMOs like Runescape, it has survived where others have fallen. But surely even this infamous generator of sci-fi skulduggery must pay the final toll some time. Well, not according to Hilmar Veigar P├ętursson, CEO of the games developer, CCP. Its never going to die, he says.

What were you doing in the meantime? Spent two weeks trading in Jita, returned to Rens, now Hickville. Check quantitative figures to see if it's dying. Dodixie's strength lay in the high quality agents available. Now this availability is no longer unique to Dodixie. However Ninja looters still infest Dodixie. All the more reason for missioners to vacate to lesser known, less crowded, but equally as rewarding systems. Thus yes, Dodixie is not the singular point of interest that it used to be in days gone by.

I used to station trade in dodixie about 8 months ago and was able to fill my orders and flip pretty well. Went in there this weekend and still havent gotten my orders filled and I stay on top of the. Amarr has been pretty Is Eve Online dying?

Is Eve Online dying?

as far as I have seen. It certainly was this weekend. Does that mean that Gallente space soon won't have any real decent trade hubs? Now this availability Is Eve Online dying? no longer unique to Dodixie. However Ninja looters still infest Dodixie. All the more reason for missioners to vacate to lesser known, less crowded, but equally as rewarding systems. Thus yes, Dodixie Is Eve Online dying? not the singular point of interest that it used to be in days gone by.

It's quite a beautiful thing to witness. It happened to Nonni, Algogille, Niyabainen and Yulai. The main reason why Jita is popular is because of the Niarja-Kapuutenen gate was forgotten when the highway gates were scrapped. The problem with those Hubs like Juvfitte and Oursulaert is that they are out in the sticks it's not even funny.

It's different with Minmatar, Rens will die and Hek will take it's place, maybe Lustrevik. It just takes some time until the last mission runner gets that Hek and surrounding systems have better sec status for missioning just check Dotlan. The problem with those Hubs like Juvfitte and Oursulaert is that they are out in the sticks it's not even funny. Yesterday I talked about perspective, I pick up that same topic again today.

It is interesting to think Oursulaert as being out in the sticks. From my perspective it is ideally located. It is an easy hub on the way from Jita. Of course Oursulaert is almost an example of what is happening to Dodixie. Dodixie grew up and started to drain market traffic from Oursulaert. Oursulaert still continues to be a hub however in a much lesser degree than it used to be in the distant past. I suspect that it is still a hub primarily because Is Eve Online dying?

the qualities I mentioned and the fact that it is listed on Eve Market Hub lists. I know the history of Oursulaert, i tested the water there after the Agents change not long ago, not enough profit for the hassle.

As i said i thought Dodi would die due to better sec status elsewhere and Oursulaert and surrounding systems have a better sec status than Dodi and it's surroundings but Is Eve Online dying? seems it is not significant enough to attract mission runners in numbers. From a travel point of view Oursulaert is just fine but it lacks the numbers so it's kinda in the boondocks.

Still the main problem Gallente has that the good systems are fairly spread between 3 regions or like Juvfitte are a dead end. Second Is Eve Online dying? were lowest sec status possibly, like 0. Best possible systems for Gallente are Amygnon and Scheenins and that is Jufvitte as centre system, all the other factions have very good systems close to established trade hubs.

It just boggles my mind that Dodixie could be used for station trading not too long ago and now its hard to fill 500m in buy orders.

Time to shut it down, EVE is dying

I know when i was a gal mil we used to use dodixe all the time since we couldnt get into jita. There are quite a bit of people in dodixie most likely missioners like you mentioned however it may be a place where you simply buy loot instead of t2 mods, etc now for resale.

Id simply like to get out of jita and expand.

Is Eve Online dying?

I find that I can tie up to around 1. In the long run faction stuff won't be profitable anymore with at best 1. Good stuff I'm not an advocate for one system or another in this debate.

But in equal measure numbers are not the sum total of any situation. Your argument acknowledges travel as a consideration then proceeds to discount it.

Life Is Eve Online dying? Eve is dominated by logistics. If you have none, or handle it badly, you have no life in Eve. Travel is a prime component of any logistical consideration. What we think is irrelevant however. Determining where these two forces will intersect is not always open to easy determination by numbers. My gut says Dodixie will continue to diminish because what made it significant has been removed.

Good stuff I'm not an advocate for one system or another in Is Eve Online dying? debate. But in equal measure numbers are not the sum total of any situation. Your argument acknowledges travel as a consideration then proceeds to discount it. Life in Eve is dominated by logistics. If you have none, or handle it badly, you have no life in Eve. Travel is a prime component of any logistical consideration. What we think is irrelevant however.

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Determining where these two forces will intersect is not always open to easy determination by numbers. My gut says Dodixie will continue to diminish because what made it significant has been removed. If Caldari Militia kicks them out and moves the Gals back to Heydelies where they used to lie, the shorter route would be to dodixie not jita. Villore and Dixie used to be the prime markets for fw pplayers in gallente. Good stuff My gut says Dodixie will continue to diminish because what made it significant has been removed.

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