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Where on earth could she be?

Naomi moved out and after an exhaustive search I settle on inviting Whitney to the island. It is a snooty villager for a snooty villager trade which was not my goal. I quite like her however and should be able to make it work. That brings my wolf population to three...

Ahh... okay so yeah, jump clones are the question for tonight.  I totally forgot how they worked. Something, something facility, jump, body, something? Ugh. I can leave myself one place and jump another I believe. And only some stations accept jump clones.

Rather sad from the girl that used to run a Rorqual and provide clones for people.

I had this idea to make another clone and some stuff, but it is way too late. I docked up my mighty orange Astero and jumped into a clone that I have somewhere else in the galaxy.

Also, can I lock my UI into a scaled version? It is way to small on my monitors.

Did I always have to pay to leave a jump clone somewhere? I really do not know. I only have three and I suspect I installed them a long, long time ago.

I jumped and wound up somewhere else. Genesis. Why do I have a clone here? Why does no one sell shuttles anywhere around here?

I think I am stuck for the night. The dogs need to go out and I have work in the morning. I'll take my 20 jumps back to my ship a bit later.

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  1. Not being able to find a handy and OK priced shuttle isn't a new issue after a jump to a distant Clone.

    You are no longer automatically given a starter ship now - but can get one by using the "Board my Corvette" button, near the Undock button.

    The price of using a jump clone in an NPC station was increased. It was one of the many punishments put in place to try and force people to use Player Structures.

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    1. Ahh yes. Wasn't it like 3k or something silly before?


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    2. My memory is not particularly reliable, but I think the Jump Clone cost was 10,000 ISK. It is now 900,000 ISK in NPC stations. CCP's version of a mild balance change.

      That's a figure that an established player won't care about, but an eye watering amount for a new player.

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