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The Complete Miner’s Guide
by Halada 
Version 2.2
The Complete Miner’s Guide
by Halada 
Version 2.2
“A tall, elegant man stood in a dark room. The numerous computer displays and gauges
cast range and blue shadows upon his serious face, his eyes piercing among thedarkness, overseeing the work of his engineers.One of the workers came running to the officer.
- Commander, one of our strip miner is malfunctioning. We are getting abnormal readings from the
buffer. The transport stream isn’t compensating.
Deactivate the system and replace the crystal mister Dupuis, grinned the tall man.
Commander Velour wasn’t fond of this new recent technology. He had been an engineer 
 for 35 years, and he always referred to his earlier years, when mechanical grips were still the sharp edge of technology. Now they had bidirectional laser stream transport technology, advanced crystal enhancements, drones and what else. Despite his
annoyance towards his ship’s
occasional hiccups, he always retained the most immense patience and understanding toward his workers.His very nature was what commanded huge respect from his crew members. He preferred to be in the engineering room than the bridge, to be with his crew, to let themknow he was there for them. He knew the job was hard; long hours, little rest and tiringwork shifts. He was indeed very proud to command such a capable fleet of men and women.His nano transponder emitted a sharp beep.
- Commander, the fleet has reached its harvesting objectives and is awaiting your orders sir.- Very well lieutenant. Inform the Yamato to open a jump portal to Isenan, and have the fleet enter hyperspace formation.
The Commander smiled; he was pleased with theresults of this last trip.
- Very well sir, right away.
 Out the window, the Commander saw a huge, beautiful Nyx mothership ship recall its fighters. A gigantic ball of blue light erupted from its head, and a gush of lightningilluminated the vastness of space.
Lieutenant, inform the Yamato to close the jump portal once my ship steps throughand to meet the fleet at the rendezvous coordinates. Order the jump mister Delair.
  A long chain of Hulks and Occators entered the giant hole, disappearing in the event horizon of the portal. The Admiral would be very pleased; they had mined enoughmineral to complete the Erebus. The
Rorqual entered the portal last and the Yamato jumped away in a gush of bright white light, leaving behind an empty 
asteroid field: the true testament of hard work and labor.” 
The Complete Miner’s Guide
by Halada 
Version 2.2
An Introduction to Mining
There is no better way to introduce that beautiful profession other than rememberinglong lost stories and legends of hard working men and women laboring together as aunited team. Whether the above story happened or not is irrelevant; what is importantis its message. Mining is one of the most profitable careers a pilot can choose. Asuccessful miner will enjoy wealth and prosperity, with a guaranteed retirement. Simplyput, the miner is the backbone of the entire EVE universe: everything that ismanufactured, flown, destroyed and shot at comes from the very resources the minerharvested. He is the base of the pyramid and an absolute necessity to the survival of theeconomy. For this very reason, the profession will never be extinct.The path of a miner is a long and hard one, with many winding turns and setbacks.Before you taste success, there will be failures and disappointments. But once you doreach that step, you will thank yourself for it. As in any adventure, it is always easier toclimb the mountain with teammates, and mining is no different. Although a solo miner,with the proper knowledge and understanding of his profession, can achieve the samelevels of greatness as the team oriented one, the profession really shines in teamwork.You will have shoulders to rest on and friends to turn to, and the slope will seem muchless acute, and the failures less painful.The purist will want to achieve the state of perfection in his Hulk. Someone wantingvariety will maybe mix mining and industry, using the fruits of his labor to found his veryown manufacturing business. Regardless of the path and detours you will take, themining profession offers a huge arsenal of ships and tools to specialize in. So big in fact,that the newest recruit might have a hard time understanding. The Universe is vast andinfinite; the possibilities of the profession are endless. All the doors are there for you toopen, and you get to make the decisions. There is nothing stopping you: you are themaster. What is there to harvest? What is there to help me? Where is there to go? Whatship to use, what to
mine, where to bring it, and how to use it… many questions might
bombard your mind. Thankfully, a handful of experienced and veteran miners haveshared their knowledge. T
he Complete Miner’s Guide is
the vestige of what they leftbehind.Are you ready to learn the ways of the miner? How to become the
Perfect Miner 
, toachieve the best you can dream to be? How to achieve wealth and prosperity? If so,read on. This guide will help you along the path of the mining profession, to help youtrain and evolve in the best you can be. You will require tenacity, patience and lots of energy, but the rewards will outweigh the sacrifices tenfold.Fulfill your destiny. It awaits you.

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