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Whether you’re a beginner in EVE getting acquainted with the game for the first time, a trader who is testing the economic waters, maybe a fierce pirate, a determined miner, or even a seasoned pilot with years of experience in mission running under your belt, there is something to learn here. However much you play, there are no pilots who have successfully completed everything or who have trained every skill this universe has to offer. This Wiki, the Industrial-Sized Knowledgebase, is beneficial to all pilots. It covers nearly everything a pilot may experience within New Eden. If you wish to know something, just look it up here. You do not haveto be familiar with everything contained within these pages,just search the wiki pages and you will find your answer.

As a new pilot you will have many questions to which you donot yet have the answers. Even basic functions and expressions will be unfamiliar to you. Even knowing what questions to ask may not be clear at first. Do not worry. All you need to know is this: read first, then ask. The answers are only a page away.


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The largest of the five main empires, the Amarr Empire is a sprawling patchwork of feudal-like provinces held together by the might of the Emperor. spanning 40% of the inhabited solar systems. Religion has always played a big part in Amarrian politics and the Amarrians believe they are the rightful masters of the universe, souring their relations with their neighbours. Another source of ill-feeling on the part of the other empires is the fact that the Amarrians embrace slavery. The Amarr Emperor is the head of a ritualistic, authoritarian imperial state, and below him are the Five Heirs, the heads of the five royal families from which a new emperor is chosen. The Emperor’s authority is unquestioned and absolute, but the archaic and bureaucratic system of government makes it difficult for him to exert his rule unless directly in person. Otherwise, the Five Heirs rule in his name, dividing the huge empire between them. The Emperor and the Five Heirs can expect to live for at least 500 years. Extensive cyber-implants keep their frail bodies alive, even when their organs begin to fail. These cyber enhancements date back many millennia, and have become a symbol of royal divinity in the eyes of the Amarrians. Full Story

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