Monday, May 25, 2015
A Few More Steps
There goes that plan. A quarter of a billion ISK for an office for TCS? Nope. Just no. Office prices get so insane.
Wex had been politely prodding me and today I crawled out of bed after a forty hour work weekend and decided to start tackling what I have been avoiding. Moving. I figured that if I went chunk by disorganized chunk I could get it done. I'll start with TCS and my industry and maybe tack on a carrier jump just to get my assets moving. With my gameplan roughly fleshed out in the dark reaches of my mind I gathered together left over salad and cold fried chicken. Braced with a mug of dark, fragrant black tea I was ready to meet the day.
Moving isn't pleasant. I have too much stuff. I recently sat down, looked at my assets, and started to par them down as I did my accounts. I was not selling things off but stacks, and stacks of hulls that I have not touched in what is going on years I dismantled and sent to storage. I also shut down alt accounts which had the side effect of breaking my cyno chain. This means more repositioning characters and moving things around.
I need to stock the new stations with supplies for cynos. I feel as if I leave little pools of cyno supplies all over the galaxy. Every time I do this I think about how people tell me that my logistics are too easy and they wish to make it harder. Not being able to jump within docking range of a station is a popular suggestion. It will make things more balanced for jump freighter pilots I am told. That will be the day that I shut down logistics and no longer run a market.
For now, I have started to scrape the tattered remains of TCS back together. I've moved items and will start relisting them tomorrow. I have no idea if my new market location will work. One nice thing about moving is that I get to test out various climates and situations. Each effort lets me learn a bit more about how the ebb and flow of items and the need for these items works in Eve. It may not be exciting battle recreation but I am fascinated by the pulse of the game.
I admit I've been avoiding this particular bit of work. Sometimes the moving and cataloging and moving and shifting is amazing and other times it wears me out. Not having had the most restful few weeks I find myself slow of motion and low on energy. I'll get there anyway. Although, never before have I longed to have someone else do my in game work for me as I have this latest move.