Like everything in Eve, there is a leaning curve to living in w-space. Part of that learning is what to expect on a daily basis. Today I learned what happens when I log in later in the day…all the Sleeper sites have been cleared and with a non-static leading to a c2 with a lot of activity in it, I really have little to do. So I figure I would help lower the learning curve by looking up a few web sites.
Eve-Survival is a good site all around for PvE in Eve. For w-space, it shows what to expect in the different anomalies and signatures that you find.
DaOpa's Wormhole database is another good site that I have found useful. It contains references to the various wormholes, their type, and stability. This is where I finally found the definition for a K162.
I am sure I will find more good sites, but as a newbie in w-space, these 2 certainly help me get my bearings. These next 2 are a couple of blogs that have really influenced my enjoyment of Eve.
Tiger Ears is a fun blog that covers W-space. I usually read the blog in my Rss reader, but now as I type this, I realize that the site has WH guides and a glossary. I'll have to check them out.
Letrange's Eve Blog is the place that got me hooked on Eve. Somehow way back when, I found this site and enjoyed what I was reading so much, I went back and started at the beginning of the blog. A few days later, I had my first character in Eve and began my climb up the learning curve.
If you know of any other good w-space sites, I'd appreciate a comment pointing me there…