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Consolidation and Loss

I have one active account. I admit, I've found other things to do with all of the money that I used to spend on alt accounts. Intuition gets a monthly Bark Box for instance. I've also taken to getting my nails done every two weeks.

That made me think of consolidation. I have all of the stock from TCS sitting in a station in high sec. I doubt I can fly my freighters on the alt accounts and I don't feel like reactivating them. Moving possessions to sale might be a hobby for a little bit.

I'm not interested in a firesale so much as just selling some of the mass of things from past projects. I don't see myself setting those projects up again anytime soon.

I'm not interested in draining any of my characters of their skill points. Not only am I fond of them, I dislike the skill point injector system just as much as I did before. Now it is a vague distaste instead of a passionate stance.

Of course, as I search my assets I find a billion ISK in assets stuck in low sec. I guess it will be worth whatever inflated hauler price exists now.

I do have stuff scattered in some amazing places. I've also found some cute assets like my stolen Viator.

I also seem to have lost my PLEX. I had four of them laying around and I just discovered the PLEX vault. I was going to stick them in there. It doesn't look as if I screwed up and sold them. I'm rather puzzled as to what I did with them. I get that dropped feeling of 'what did I do?' but then I wonder, does it matter? The things have been hanging around for years. Am I upset or am I worried about the reaction of others if I did make a mistake?

It is an interesting ghost.


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  1. Might be worth giving GHSOL a poke, best lowsec couriers ever ♥

    Glad you're back.

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  2. I "lost" plex too... stuff moved unexpectably.

    Use the search tab in the "my assets" tool, youll find them

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  3. Strange things are being happening lately on proofreading service reviews too. Cannot find anything...

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