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Mirror, mirror on the wormhole...

It is late and I've been adulating all weekend. I decided to log on and see what I can see about my wormhole adventure.

My UI scaling complaint is still in force. Not being able to lock it to a larger size is annoying. 

The first thing is that I am still alive. This is not much of an accomplishment but one should brag about the little things.

Since there is little (if anything) unknown in Eve, I did the simple thing and talked to Google about the system that I was in. The web search and player made site is still an essential companion to the game. I feel bad for purists. 

The new wormhole is black with a red sun and gray clouds in the distance. It is a class three and I found it for sale on some planet trading website. They sell you the planet and transfer the customs offices over. It reminds me of my complete failure at doing the PI game in the past. I can sit and crochet for hours but I lose interest in fidgeting with many of Eve's popular time sinks. 

According to the forum post this wormhole is perfect for PI. That meant to me I might be able to find a nice plasma planet to visit. 


Plasma planets are one of those overlooked wonders in Eve. They are the source of super goodies so they are somewhat scarcer compared to the endless dust ball barren planets. They are just so damn beautiful. I admit, as a blue lover I am heavily, heavily biased. 

But this is not the wormhole I am looking for. I am hoping to go down a size. However, my computer rebooted itself as it has started to do randomly at night and I didn't want to log in again tonight. Maybe... tomorrow. 

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