PvP 101: Fundamentals
PvP 102: The Overview
PvP 103: Bookmarks
PvP 104: Communications
PvP 105: Ammunition and resistance
PvP 111: Brawling tactics
PvP 112: Individual movement
PvP 113: Tackling and breaking tackle
PvP 201: Basic Ship Fitting
PvP 202: Solo PvP
PvP 203: Fleet Scouting
PvP 211: Skirmishing tactics
PvP 212: Screening and fleet movement
PvP 213: Baiting and misdirection
PvP 301: Advanced Ship Fitting
PvP 302: E-war: Jamming
PvP 303: E-war: Damping, Tracking, and Painting
PvP 311: Cloaky tactics
PvP 312: Engaging and disengaging
PvP 313: Escalation
PvP 401: Small-gang composition
PvP 402: Small-gang doctrine
PvP 403: Commanding a small gang
Yeah, it's time for me to sit down and commence a really ambitious long-term project. Based on my notes, I estimate that the total length of this project is going to be some 300,000 words. When it's done, it will replace the very basic outlines on some of these subjects that exist on the blog already. But don't expect them in order, and don't expect all of them soon! As I said, I'd like to get this project finished by next April. And as I work on them, I also might change some of these, move them around, adjust and combine subjects, et cetera.
But this is the overview outline I'm starting from. Expect the "Fundamentals" guide this weekend, and "Basic Ship Fitting" late next week. Other guides will appear every two weeks or so, starting with the more basic ones and moving up the chain as the year goes on. From time to time, I'll reproduce the list above with links to the completed guides by that point.
And I'm determined that at least one of these guides will be written during an 11 hour flight to Iceland. ;-)
One question, though: from time to time, I am asked to publish a glossary of EVE terms. There are so many really good EVE wikis out there that I've resisted even though I have one. Credit for such a document would be really messy, which is another reason I haven't done it. Should I?
And while I'm asking, are there any broad topics missing from the list above? Any of the topics that I should try to address sooner rather than later? Anything that's been well-covered elsewhere that I don't have to bother with? I'm tempted to drop the Overview guide, for instance, because that would be hugely technical and time-consuming and it's been done to death in other places. But yet, people still have trouble with their Overviews and that makes me want to do it. Discuss.