For casual skill queue-ers, Eve HQ will suffice, although those who want the best skill planning software available will find Eve Mon more attractive. EFT certainly has an easier to use interface, quicker access to often-used features, and better arrangement of information. However, Eve Mon’s better features and more intuitive interface give you more control over your skill queues and allow you to understand skill trees easier.For giving players a web-based app they can use to keep tabs on while at work, EVE commander shows a lot of promise.EVE Commander is in constant development, with the latest update being just under a month ago.Due to fleet safety, this may be somewhat restricted. If you are interested in boosting for TVP, you will find the required skills below.For maximum efficency, once the first two plans are completed, move on to the Max Skills plan.Although I haven't given this app a proper test drive yet, it does look like one of the more useful web apps for news and server status.
The plans are designed to work along side our fits and should be imported into EVEMon to allow you to figure out what you are missing.The column covers anything and everything relating to EVE Online, from in-depth guides to speculative opinion pieces.If you want to message him, send him an e-mail at brendan.drain AT weblogsinc DOT com.database website to the professional quality apps we have today.Avatars United, an MMO social networking site, has recently launched a competition with cash prizes to see who can come up with the best new Brendan "Nyphur" Drain is an early veteran of EVE Online and writer of the weekly EVE Evolved column here at