astrogeology (3x): +5% ore mining yield per level; requires mining iv. these skills are the bread and butter of any miner and should be trained up to level iv reasonably quickly (primarily for the increased mining yield but mining iv in particular is a prerequisite to many other mining-related skills). however note that these skills only
this is a basic guide that should give you a good set of recommendations on what skills to train for in your first weeks or so of eve. treat it as a checklist -- if something's listed here and you don't have it consider training it in roughly the priority listed. 60 day omega plan
by the end of this skill plan you will be able to fly the exhumer of your choice with proper tank and t2 mining crystals. if you are content with strip miner i’s please feel free to stop after step 52. step 53 and on is what will allow you to use t2 mining crystals – but also where the skill plan goes “choose your own adventure. 1.
eve online; noob not making enough isk mining. user info: x_machina. x_machina 8 years ago #1. train up your refining skills and mining if you wish to keep mining and once you get a high enough efficiency to suit your preference refine the ore reprocess the loot and sell the minerals.
these skills like most skills in eve online will become more beneficial with each level you train as shown in the table.when you have mining at level l you can fit the first mining laser module to any frigate you own this module is called miner i.
for eve online on the pc a gamefaqs message board topic titled "are there any implants that help shorten skill training time".
please note this leaves you with an alt primed for flying skills. of course you can use the first industrial remapping to train up more mining skills like mining v and processing skills before you switch to the spaceship command skills. going further. to be the best miner you can be the following skills are excellent choices to train. mining
destroyers don't have the cargo capacity to be worth using and depending on your skills not enough cpu/pg to fit a hoard of mining lasers. each race has a mining cruiser for a reason each of which provides mining bonuses that a destroyer doesn't have. heck even one of the frigates with mining bonuses would be a better choice than a destroyer.
the orca's the really big ticket purchase especially considering skill costs but that's more of a "if you really want to maximize things" option than a "here's what you should do" option especially since an iteron 5 is more than enough for a mining operation involving anything under 5 or so hulks.
if you only want to use two and save one then plan on training all your core and industry skills on the int/mem map and then swap to per/will to train up your mining frigate mining barge and exhumer. drone skills can just be thrown in at the end of the int/mem or mem/int maps since it's not worth remapping just for them.