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Hiyas Everyone

Post by BREETAI » Sat Feb 03, 2018 11:29 am

Greetings from West Virginia, USA. Saying hi and glad to be here.



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Re: Hiyas Everyone

Post by pikolinianita » Sat Feb 03, 2018 1:39 pm

Welcome to The Game, Captain :)

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Re: Hiyas Everyone

Post by MarcSp » Sun Feb 04, 2018 5:29 am

Hello Captain Breetai, welcome to Core Exiles.

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Re: Hiyas Everyone

Post by Coops » Sun Feb 04, 2018 10:38 am

Welcome, Captain

CE is a vast game with a lot to take in and learn. But take small bites at it and you'll be fine. Make sure you do the starter missions and work out what type of main profession you want to do. USE the player base both HERE in the forums and in Discord Chat.

We are all here to help you in your quest to learn more about CE, so don't be worried about asking questions.

Most of all - Have Fun!

Useful links :
CE Guides Site
CE Player WIKI
CE stats Portal


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Re: Hiyas Everyone

Post by John Carter Barsoom » Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:30 pm

Welcome, Captain Breetai !

West Virginia? I'm from Ohio. Hello, neighbor!

The freedom is breathtaking in Core Exiles. You really can do and become whatever you choose in this game.

After you learn the basic principles (level 5+), by playing the basic scenarios, you might want to consider joining a guild. Guild's have resources and mentors that can help you advance in the game more quickly and have more fun.

I joined the Aesir guild, and I am quite pleased with it: there are 10%+ bonuses on credits and experience, plenty of mentoring if you ask, plenty of written materials to study, a loan program to buy a better ship, and no one pushing you to give them money or services just for joining. You can join and do nothing else and collect the 10%+ bonuses on credits and experience. But, it's more enjoyable to participate and help others.

Enjoy the game.

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Re: Hiyas Everyone

Post by Coops » Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:34 pm

John Carter Barsoom wrote:
Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:30 pm
Welcome, Captain Breetai !

West Virginia? I'm from Ohio. Hello, neighbor!

The freedom is breathtaking in Core Exiles. You really can do and become whatever you choose in this game.

After you learn the basic principles (level 5+), by playing the basic scenarios, you might want to consider joining a guild. Guild's have resources and mentors that can help you advance in the game more quickly and have more fun.

I joined the Aesir guild, and I am quite pleased with it: there are 10%+ bonuses on credits and experience, plenty of mentoring if you ask, plenty of written materials to study, a loan program to buy a better ship, and no one pushing you to give them money or services just for joining. You can join and do nothing else and collect the 10%+ bonuses on credits and experience. But, it's more enjoyable to participate and help others.

Enjoy the game.
I think that deserves a reward for simply a great welcome from a new'ish player, to a new player' Have a 5,000 Fuel Ticket on me for being such a great sport!

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Re: Hiyas Everyone

Post by John Carter Barsoom » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:34 am

That is very generous and kind of you, Coops; thank you very much !

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Re: Hiyas Everyone

Post by Marcus » Sat Feb 10, 2018 12:35 am

Welcome Captain

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