-Solo PVP (win or lose) at least once in every combat capable ship in EVE.
-> I am still working on T1 frigates and a few destroyer fits, but I am very close to having solo'ed
in every T1 frigate/dessy in a variety of fits for each. I was recently inspired by this reddit post,
where the author describes getting a killing blow in every T1 frigate, to expand my solo PVP
goal to include attempting to solo in as many ships as I can--rookie ships, logi frigates, and so
on, included. I've since gotten some pretty silly kills while flying rookie ships and exploration/logi
frigates--it has been a lot of fun so far.
-Get experience with every general form of PVP in EVE
-Get at least one kill in every low sec constellation in EVE
Exploration and General Gameplay
-Visit/explore every system in EVE at least once
-> I've recently completed a number of empire systems, as posted about here.
-> Completed at the end of summer. My trading has remained stable since then, and I've since used
profits to make long-term investments, partly via industry after looting a bunch of BPOs.
Fear of loss, risk adversity, and obsession with killboard statistics are some of the quickest ways to grow bored with a game like EVE. I've managed to accumulate almost 1.5k solo kills, including hitting over 100+ for 5 months in a row; however, to celebrate the beginning of the next 3 years, my goal for November is to lose 50 ships. I should be able to finish my initial goal of flying in every T1 frigate and dessy in the process, and move up to interceptors (only about a year late on this one...). 50 losses, not caring about how many wins, just being out in space trying new things and taking bigger risks than usual. I have 2-3 of each interceptor fit up, with fairly standard as well as some experimental fits; 8 firetails, 6 algoses (my last destroyer), 8 tristans (saving the best T1 frigate for last!), combat fit logi frigates, and an assortment of other frigates left over. I will likely be venturing into null more than I usually do as well.