Last-modified: 2010-02-20 (土) 00:57:59
この日本語訳は以前のクライアントで表示されていた日本語訳を 2009年8月 の段階でのチュートリアルに合う形で切り貼りと追加をしたものです。チュートリアルは頻繁に変わるので、合ってない場合もあります。
You need to be in the training area to continue. Press Next or Warp To to continue.
Welcome to EVE. This tutorial system will familiarize you with the basic functions of EVE.
If you are a newcomer then this Crash Course is essential.
This crash course will guide you through basic survival techniques. You can move back and forward by pressing the Back and Next buttons.
You will be granted rewards on various pages of tutorials. They will be placed in your cargohold, or in your items hangar if you are located at a station. You can however only get each reward once.
This tutorial will guide you through the remainder of your training.
You can access this tutorial as well as many others through the Help button on the Neocom, or by pressing F12.
All functions in EVE are accessed using the mouse and keyboard. There are certain commands fundamental to making your way around the game's interface. Let's take a look at those now.
The left mouse button is used for selecting things, pressing buttons, dragging and dropping, and other command functions (such as, for example, moving forward in this tutorial).
The right mouse button is used to bring up the contextual menu. The right-click is an important and useful tool, so keep this in mind at all times. A good first step in most situations, if you are uncertain how to proceed, is to right-click.
Your character will advance primarily through the training of skills. They allow you to use more modules and ships. Here is a Civilian Damage Control unit, a module that will increase your resistances to damage.
Open your cargohold now by pressing the indicated button.
Civilian Damage Control Utilizes a combination of containment field emitters and redundancy systems to prevent critical system damage. Grants a bonus to resistance for shield, armor and hull. Only one Damage Control can be activated at a given time.
Most modules and ships will have skill requirements which will have to be met before you can use the equipment in question. Right click on your newly acquired item to bring up it's contextual menu and press Show Info.
You can access more information about any item by using the Show Info command. This will give you assorted information about the item: its description, attributes, prerequisites and more. Press the Prerequisites tab.
This module will require you to have the Hull Upgrades and Mechanic skills trained to level 1. You have not trained Hull Upgrades yet so it is marked with a red X. A copy of this skill has been placed in your cargohold.
Hull Upgrades Skill at maintaining your ship's armour and installing hull upgrades like expanded cargoholds and inertial stabilizers. Grants a 5% bonus to armor hit points per skill level.
You should train your newly acquired skill. To do so, Right-click to bring up the contextual menu on the Hull Upgrades skill and select Train Now to Level 1. When you do this, the skill is removed from your cargo hold and added into your character sheet.
You can now close your cargohold and the Show Info window.
When you start training a skill, it is moved into your Character Sheet. Open the Character Sheet now by pressing the highlighted icon in the Neocom.
In the Character Sheet there is a section called Skills, where you can view all of your skills. If you open the Mechanic category now, you will see the skill you are currently training is highlighted.
Training a skill takes a set amount of time which is calculated based on your attributes. By accessing the Show Info window of a skill, (by using the contextual menu), you can see its multiplier and the primary and secondary attributes it is dependent on. Higher attributes allow you to train faster. The multiplier indicates the skill's difficulty; each rank level multiplies the required training time.
You can manipulate the camera around your ship in any way you please by holding down the left mouse button in empty space around your ship and drag it from side to side and up and down. Try this now. The view will stay centered on your ship.
You can zoom the camera by using the scroll wheel. If you are not equipped with such a device, you can also hold down both mouse buttons and move the mouse up and down.
You are the ship's captain. You issue orders, which your crew must follow. This can be done by using the HUD at the bottom of your screen and by using the right mouse button to bring up the contextual menu on objects in space.
There are various commands at your disposal the most useful of which are Approach and Orbit.
様々なコマンドが用意されていますが、中でも次の 2 つは非常に重要です。［Approach(接近)］と［Orbit(旋回)］です。
Approach allows you to approach any selected object in space. You will continue to approach until you harmlessly bounce off it.
In many situations orbiting is a viable tactic. This will order your ship to orbit an object at a certain range. You can select from a few pre-defined ranges or you can enter your own value.
If you have an object in space selected it will show up in the Selected Items section above the overview. To do so, click on any item in space. Here you can also issue orders such as Orbit, Approach, or Target.
Now, let's issue a command to your ship to approach an object in space. Use the camera to locate a nearby asteroid. Then, Right-click on it to bring up the contextual menu. Select the Approach command. Notice that once you have given your ship an order, it will immediately start following it.
Now issue a Stop command. Press Ctrl + Spacebar on your keyboard to stop. You can also click on the small triangle on the left side of your speedometer.
Stop the Ship! という吹き出しが出ます。しかし、コントロールキーとスペースバーを同時に押す、という方が良く使われます
Since combat is a frequent occurrence in a capsuleer's life, it is generally advisable to be aware of your surroundings. You may have already noticed that you aren't alone in this training area...
An enemy has passed unnoticed through our security grid! You must eliminate this threat. Locate the enemy - he should be pretty close, and is marked by a red cross.
Once you have located the enemy you need to get in proper range. Right-click the red cross either in space or on the overview and select "orbit" - "500m" from the contextual menu.
Once you are within 30KM from the enemy, get a target lock on it. Right-click the red cross either in space or on your overview to bring up the contextual menu and select Lock Target This may take a few seconds, as indicated by the lock timer.
Note: You will always need to have a lock on ships before you can shoot them.
Weapons and other modules are commanded like all other parts of the ship. By activating them, you issue a command that will not stop unless told to, or until the target has been neutralized. Activate the weapon on your ship now by clicking on it with the left mouse button. Notice it will turn green upon activation. You only have to press it once. Pressing again will deactivate the module.
In a short while the shield, armor and structure of your enemy will deplete and he will be neutralized, leaving behind some of his valuables.
Ships leave behind wrecks that can be scavenged. To do so, order your ship to approach the wreck. You can open the wreck when you're within 1500 meters.
To open the wreck, bring up the contextual menu and press Open Cargo. This will open a window, which will contain any items the enemy was carrying.
Open your Cargohold by pressing the Cargohold button on the HUD. You can now drag and drop the items from the wreck to your Cargohold.
Once you have looted the wreck, close the Cargohold window.
We will need to head to the station now, where we will store the items we acquired from the pirate.
Open the contextual menu anywhere in space, and you should find the station sub-menu at the bottom. There is only one station in this system, so it should not be hard to find. Once located, select the warp to within option and select 0 m. Your ship will now warp to the station.
We need to dock, so Right-click on the station to bring up the contextual menu. Select the Dock option to initiate the docking procedure.
In the station, you can store all your worldly belongings. You should move the items you acquired from that nasty pirate to your hangar. Open up the hangar by pressing the Items Neocom button highlighted.
To open the ship's Cargohold in station, Double-click on the ship itself, or bring up the contextual menu and press Open Cargohold.
もし船のウィンドウがない場合はNeoComの Ships ボタンを押してください
Now drag and drop the items from your Cargohold to your items hangar. They are completely secure while they are stored in a station hangar.
Once you have moved your items you can close the Cargohold.
The Training Queue can help you set up a sequence of skills that train in order.
To open the queue first open the Character Sheet, and then open the skill section.
Open the queue by pressing the Open Training Queue button. This brings up the queue window.
The window contains two lists. The one on the left contains all your skills in the character sheet while the right is the queue. You can drag and drop skills from the left to the right section to add to the queue.
You can move skills around in the queue by dragging and dropping up and down. This will change the order in which the skills are trained.
Your current skill in training will be listed at the top of the queue. You can add up to 50 skills into the queue, but the last skill has to start within 24 hours.
You should add some skills to the queue. Select two skills of your choice and drag and drop them into the queue. You can see immediately that the time line bar at the top fills up, indicating the amount of training time allocated.
You can train multiple levels of a skill in the queue. Keep in mind though that you have to train them in order - level one must be trained before you can start level 2! These are indicated by the blue box on the skill. To train multiple levels of a skill, just drag that skill again from the left side onto the queue.
To remove a skill, you can either select it and press the remove button at the bottom of the screen, or simply drag it back to the left section.
If you have newly acquired skills, you can drag them directly from your hangar or cargohold to the queue. This will add them to the Character Sheet as well.
Once you are happy with your skill training plan for the next 24 hours, press the apply button to save and activate the queue. Skills will train automatically until the queue is empty.
Keep in mind that skills have prerequisites which you might not have met. If this is the case, you will not be able to add them to your queue. You must finish training all of a skill's prerequisites before adding it to the queue.
You can close the character sheet and the training queue window now.
You should fit the Civilian Damage Control module to your ship. To do so, open up the Fitting Service, by pressing on the highlighted button on the station services panel.
The Fitting Service window gives you a comprehensive overview of your ship's configuration and abilities. Here you can fit your modules and get all the necessary information about your ship.
To fit the Civilian Damage Control, you should drag it from your items hangar to a slot on your Fitting Service window. Different types of modules fit into different slots on your ship. A open slot for your module will highlight when you drag the module.
As you know, skills are the cornerstone of your life. It is important that you train skills that help you fit your ship the best way possible. Here are some basic skills that will aid you in that process. You should add them to the training queue now.
You may close the Fitting Service window now. We have a wealth of further information on ship fitting at our wiki
Repair Systems Operation of armor/hull repair modules. 5% reduction in repair systems duration per skill level.
Shield Operation Skill at operating a spaceship's shield systems, including the use of shield boosters and other basic shield modules. 5% reduction in shield recharge time per skill level.
At this point you must be craving more excitement. Agents are always looking for pilots to carry out their missions.
Select the Agents tab under station services on the lower right side of your screen. Double-click on the agent's name to start a conversation with him. Read the details he provides and press the Accept button to accept his mission when ready.
When you have accepted the mission, open the Journal in the Neocom. The Journal keeps track of your offered and accepted missions.
In the Journal, Right-click on the mission name and select read details. When you have accepted a mission always read the details because missions vary greatly from one another.
This information is also available while you are discussing the terms of the mission with your agent.
Your first mission is to eliminate some opponents and loot the goods they are carrying. When you return the loot to your agent, the mission is completed and you will get your rewards.
You should avoid letting a mission expire. The agent will then become less likely to give you another mission. However, if you do extraordinarily well he will give you a bonus!
When ready, undock your ship.
To find where you have to go, Right-click anywhere in space. Locate the Agent missions: section and select "The Endless Battle". In the sub-menu select Encounter and select Warp to Location Within 0 m.
When you arrive, locate the enemy - as with all enemies he is marked with a red cross. Remember to be within the range of your weapons and to target lock him. When you have eliminated the enemy and looted his belongings, open the Journal.
Use the mission details to make sure that all objectives have been completed before heading back to your agent to claim your rewards. Make sure you have looted the items from the enemy. They are required by the agent.
Jounalで Read Details を開き、Objectiveという部分に緑色で Objective Completed と表示されていたらミッション達成です
Warp back to the station, by Right-clicking in space and selecting the station. This time use the Dock option. This will bring you directly to the station and automatically dock you.
Agentと同じSystem(星系)にいるのであれば、宇宙空間を右クリックし、Agent MissionからObject & Agent Base - dock を選んでもDockできます。これはステーションがいっぱいある場合にとても有効です。
Start a conversation with the agent again. Tell him that you have completed the mission. The mission will only complete, if the item required is in your hangar or cargohold.
Press Continue in the agent conversation window. You should get another mission. Accept his next mission.
To complete a courier mission you must deliver items to another station. When your delivery has been confirmed, you will get your rewards. Open the Items Hangar as well as your Cargohold.
Drag and drop the Encryption Code Book from your Hangar into the Cargohold. Make sure you have the item in the Cargohold of your ship before leaving so you don't have to come back for it. Undock when you are ready to leave.
As you have to deliver to another solar system, it is best to use the Journal for direction.
Open the Journal and Right-click on the mission and bring up the details of the mission. To set a destination bring up the contextual menu on the Drop-off Location and select Set Destination.
今回はチュートリアルのため Pickup Location(輸送元)がさっきのステーションでしたが、実際のミッションでは輸送元が違う場所の場合もあります。その場合は Pickup Location を右クリックしてください
Now you need to activate the Autopilot on the HUD and you will be taken automatically to the correct solar system. Just sit back and enjoy the ride!
Autopilotを起動するには左下の A のマークをクリックしてください
When the autopilot has disengaged, use the agent mission bookmarks as before to Dock at the correct station by bringing up the contextual menu anywhere in space, find the drop-off location sub-menu and select the Dock option.
Talk to your agent and let him know you have completed the mission. If he is satisfied with the result, the courier items will be taken from the Cargohold and you will get the rewards.
現在ミッションを受けているエージェントとは、Agents of Interestという部分に表示されます
Good job! As an extra reward, here is a skill you may need later on.
Refining Skill at using refineries. 2% reduction in refinery waste per skill level.
Although you can do many things alone, working together is the best way to get ahead in this world. Joining the forces of a player run corporation will eventually be essential for your growth. Using the Recruitment section in the Corporation Neocom window you can search for prospective corporations looking for new recruits.
The EVElopedia is a vast information database on everything you could possibly imagine. It is written by your fellow capsuleers, to ensure the most correct and up to date information is always readily available.
Head here for more information on any topic you so desire.
You are now ready to join this world of piracy and capitalism. Remember that there are other tutorials on various subjects, accessible through the Help Neocom button.
Good luck on your ventures, and congratulations on your pilot's license!
2連ミッション終了と同時にCAREER FUNNELウインドウ「ADVANCING NEW EDEN'S CAREES」が立ち上がります。(Help(F12)を押して出る"EVE HELP"の下にある "SHOW CAREER AGENT" ボタンを押しても出ます。)
The Career Advancement window shows you the three nearest Career Agents and helps you get to them. These agents will offer you a series of missions which teach you more about particular careers in EVE, Industry, Business and Military.
You can approach as many of the agents as you want and ask them for missions.
The orange text is the agent's location. You'll need to make your way there to get missions from the agent. When you are in a different solarsystem, the button below the location should say Set Destination. If this is the case, press the button and undock.
If you have undocked and the agent button says Set Destination, activate the autopilot to make your way to the agent's solarsystem.
When there the button should change to say Dock at agent's station. Press it and wait for the ship to dock.
到着したら、ボタンが "Dock At Agent's Station"に変わります。そのボタンを押し、船がDockするまでしばらく待ちましょう。
When you have made your way to the agent's station the button should say Start Conversation. Press it now and the agent should ask you to perform a mission for him.
Feel free to close the Career Advancement window when you have a mission. You can always open it again with the Show Career Agents button in the Help window (F12)