B y now you've made your character and done the tutorial missions. Battleclinic Loadouts. You will want to start using EVEMon right away. EVEMon is a skill planner.
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B y now you've made your character and done the tutorial missions. Battleclinic Loadouts. You will want to start using EVEMon right away. EVEMon is a skill planner. Many tools in EVE have prerequisites—skills you need to know at a certain level before you can learn the new skill. EVEMon makes planning your skills easy. Here is a great guide on using EVEMon. Here is a great guide on using EVEMon to make the most of your ship. I will just point out a few things.
There are three basic ways I use to add skills to my training plan. You can either type in the name of the skill in the search field the one with the binoculars , or you can find it in the skill trees.
When you click on a skill, it will give you a description of the skill, and it will show you all the prerequisites in a tree format. To add the skill to your plan, right click on it, select Plan To… and pick the level you want to train it too. Certificates are a great feature in EVE and an easy way to figure out which skills you need to learn.
A certificate I recommend for every player to use as a starting point is Core Competancy Basic. To add skills by certificates, go to the Certificates tab in the Skill Planner window.
Find the certificate you want, right-click on it, select Plan To… and pick the level you want. Go to the Ship Browser tab in the Skill Planner window. Find the ship you want to fly. The Required Skills are the minimum skills you need to fly that ship. Attribute Remapping. EVEMon also helps you with your attribute remapping.
EVE allows you to remap redistribute your attributes twice in the first year you play, and once per year thereafter. This will optimize your training time. Then click the button that says Attributes that would be best for the first year of this plan.
EVEMon will give you the best attributes for that plan. You will then have to go into the game and remap the attributes. You can do that from your character sheet. This tool helps you to fit your ships. With EFT you can experiment with different fits and see how they work without having to buy a bunch of expensive modules in game. Here is a good EFT guide. On the Battleclinic website you can find fits that other people have come up with for your ship.
People are able to vote fits up or down. Browse the fits, and make sure to read the comments. You can learn a lot here. Feel free to experiment. You can export fits from this page directly to EFT. The first on the left is Browse, followed by Create, My Loadouts, etc.
Click on the one that says EFT Export. You will get a pop-up with the fit in a text format. Now load EFT. It will ask you if you want to import the fit. I actually prefer many of their fits to the Battleclinic ones. They have a guide for each race, giving all the ships by class in a very well-organized format. Not only do they give multiple fits for each ship PvE, PvP, etc. Play with them and have fun. I hope you find this guide useful. Fly smart. Nice post Lex. Battleclinic Loadouts On the Battleclinic website you can find fits that other people have come up with for your ship.
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In Eve your skills determine what you can fly and do. EVEMon is there to help you plan out a path to the skills you need to fly a battleship or become an excellent explorer. There is an excellent skill library with pretty prerequisite trees to tell you just how many other things you would need to study before you can even start training Amarr Battleship. EVEMon also has some other gadgets attached to monitor market orders, manufacturing, research, and clones. The software is primarily developed for Windows, but it will work on Linux using Wine, and may work on Macs using Darwine.
BattleClinic is the largest and most complete support site for EVE-Online, based on both registered membership and alexa web statistics. The site provides player-built tools and guides for free use, which help players deepen their enjoyment of EVE-Online. Founded by SghnDubh, the site began serving other science-fiction based games in and continues to enjoy record growth and use by the EVE-Online player base. BattleClinic is independent and privately run; it's not part of a larger corporate property. The site does not accept third-party advertising except if it's related to the games it supports. BattleClinic is continually expanding and growing its list of free tools and guides for players.