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if an ore site, a former gravimetric site, is not mined out, how long does it to find one of these remote high sec islands full of ore anomaly sites.
one variable is how many miners and how long they take to mine out the current anomaly. recently, some ice anoms have not seen many
in some systems the ore anomalies respawn is completely bugged . the anomaly appears on d-scan, but nothing in it. once there was some
these upgrades provide industrial oriented anomalies, such as guaranteed ore sites or an increased chance for data sites. they rely on the
so my understanding is that gravs will now just be cosmic anomalies that will be findable through a simple onboard scanner. gravs before had better ore in them for the sec of the system, will that still be the case, and eveonline.com/articl.
add lower sec ores to higher sec area's. well clearly because there is a reason why they are in low sec, so then why are they still open to all? (or
does anyone have a list of the total est ore values for the small, medium, large, just getting back into mining after eveonline.com/articl.
you can find cosmic anomalies by using your ship's scanner, but you don't need to use scanner probes to find them. open your scanner window,
no idea. i mean, they got rid of crok and now have it replaced with kernite. maybe kernite is 'great' and crokite is 'basic'? wait, that doesn't
awhile back i noticed there were a few systems in eve that appeared to have 'static' ore anomalies. just like system with ice belts, those anomalies
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where does one go to find the best ores? are there anomalies or just the regular asteroid belts? do i just find the quietest system? sorry a newbie
in eve online high-tech, finding anomalies is easy. immediately after downtime, 5-10 common anomalies appear in each system. at least one complex, a pair of
if it's a bad moon, nobody will even consider stealing it from you so you can let it last 2 days (iirc). or maybe going to ore anomalies ? 1 like.
https://evepraisal.com/a/ooaz6 large ore site, look at the column with the number of units in the stone. is it a bug or nerf mining? ore anomalies
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don't nullsec anomalies respawn, though? a bit of warping would not lead to skyrocketed prices. here's the original quote. i replied with:.
moons are always spawned. they are persistent entities. anomalies are not persistent. the minable ore on moons are controlled by the player
the eve online ecosystem outlook, 30 march 2020 the quantity of all variations of crokite in all lowsec ore anomalies will be
however, the change to ore anomalies should have also been depletion related to asteroid mining existed in eve since asteroid belts were
i dont quite understand what you are trying to say. are you talking about an actual ore anomaly? or just a regular ore belt. ore anomalies require
the individual ore anomaly is another way to get the same result. question: why would we need to add timers to artificially incentivize mining
what sucks about this is they created the problem they are trying to solve when they made orca and rorq supersolominingafkmobiles. should