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Here's the point, I tried EVE for 2 months, though they were separated. Thus, I trained a character for 30 days, then I stopped everything for 6 Months because I had to work, and then, I got back into it, but strangely, things didn't go well and I stopped.
So finally, it's been 8 months since I last played EVE, and basically, i'd like to know if things have changed. Last time I played, I and some newbie mates were ganked by a whole Corp at the entrance of a Complex, and we finally had to call all of the veterans of our Corp so that we could get in (with lot of BS, though we newbies only had some Cruisers...). And wasting something like a whole evening trying to just entering a complex and being so weak just made me loose my temper. I realized that even if I played like a no-life, I would never be able to challenge with the guys who started EVE 2 or 3 years ago, and so, I just wondered if there was a point starting now EVE.
I know that you might say something like, yeah, but then, after some time spent in training in PvP skills, you can only diversify, but okay fair enough, but then, you can pilot a more polyvalent ship, equipped with various turrets, E-warfare... So you can have a better ship...
Unless i think wrong and i'd be really glad. Just answer this question: can someone who starts now can match a player who started 3 years ago, in any specialization, in less than 8 month? If yes, in which spec other than mining (i guess theses skills are preferred for alt-char or alt-accounts).
Thanks for your support