Sunday, I clone jumped back to Jita and spent the day selling stuff. I had around 3-4 billion ISK worth of stuff shipped there over the last month or so and needed to sell it off.
Back when I really needed the ISK, I couldn’t wait to cash in. Now it feels almost like a chore (this may be a hint that I will never be a market guy).
I enjoy selling the big items, but I had a whole bunch of low-end faction/deadspace modules in the 10M isk or less category. I think they may end up as bonus items in a newbie treasure hunt. Salvage has bottomed out so much it doesn’t even seem to be worth selling. I have about a thousand tripped power circuits as well as other lesser items. I would love to have a “clear junk” button.
Anyway, I think I converted about 2-3 billion to liquid isk with another 1 billion still in sell orders. I didn’t really need to buy anything since I am still sitting on an extra PLEX and didn’t need any new equipment. I bought an Astero BPC and a Stratios hull just for kicks. Not sure when I will use them yet.
Training wise, I have been a bit indecisive since my last skillpoint update. I maxed out my scanning skills (astrometrics rangefinding and pinpointing) picked up some E-war skills, maxed out a couple of Navigation skills, and am currently training armor skills. Intelligence is my highest stat at the moment so I thought I would pick up some of these before remapping. I think I am going to remapped to Perception/Willpower and train some ship skills next.
Several months ago (before I started blogging) there was a blog banter about the subject of “space rich”. Most bloggers came down on the side of “it is a matter of perception”. With that in mind, I am definitely feeling “space rich”. My Tengu’s are nicely upgraded with high-end deadspace/faction mods and rigs without going over the top. I am easily PLEXing my account and have enough left over for giving away in contests without touching my liquid ISK reserve. I have no aspirations of a carrier or funding multiple accounts as of yet – I am content exactly where I am. We will see if it lasts.