Just started playing with my brother and we both are brand spanking new to the game. Just wondering if there was any experts out there that have any helpful links or tips. Thanks guys.
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Hook up with a corporation called EVE University. They have been around forever and help new players with learning EVE. That one bears repeating: JOIN EVE UNIVERSITY.
Go through the tutorials.
Starting out specialize--you aren't going to be able to effectively fly all the ships a vet can soon, but if you focus you can get 90-95% effective in relatively short periods of time.
Get into a corp. EVE is a fun, but huge and directionless game. A corp will help you define your goals and keep you interested in playing.
EVE U, though I think is the biggest one.
Don't fly what you can't afford to replace.
And EVE has some of the highest highs and lowest lows you will feel in a game--and much like real life--there can be lots of awaiting in between.
EVE is not a game for fair fights.
You could have a look a the Industrial Sized Knowledge Gide, aka ISK guide, which can be found here. You'll find there a lot of good tips about almost anything you can do in Eve.