But more seriously, my main character, Kirith Kodachi, is about 132 million skill points in for pure combat pilot goodness and I still have skills that need finishing despite doing nothing but fine tuning for the past year.
All in all, just taking a quick browse in EVE Mon I've for a 108 day skill queue for Kirith and that is not even trying; still got a long road to go.
But what do you do with an alt?
Alts are weird things; typically created and trained for a specific purpose sometimes they can get a life of their own. I had an industrial alt in the past that morphed into a combat pilot and got trained for flying a Maelstrom with Tech II artillery. It just got to a point where there was no more industrial or science skills to train on her and putting on some fighting skills made sense, until I realized I didn't need a second combat character. I don't dual box PvP very well and I like using Kirith. So she got sold.
Now I'm facing a similar problem with my current stable of alts.
Jump Freighter alt? Check. Cyno alt? Check. Planetary Interaction alt? Check. Trader alt? Check. Builder alt? Check. Cloaky scout alt? Check. Cloaky hauler alt? Check.
In many cases I have multiple alts to cover the same role. Its kind of ridiculous. But the worst part is I'm running out of useful things to train on my two alt accounts (fansite free account for the win!) so I'm struggling to come up with skill plans. After all, the skill point totals of my main alts: 48 million, 38 million, ~32 million, and 15 million. Gah.
Anyway, I sat down with EVE Mon and figured out some holes that could use filling for these secondary professionals. Korannon needs some Corporation Contracting followed by some Jump Fuel Conservation V and Jump Drive Navigation V, bringing him to 61 days and putting off my decisions for another couple months. On my other account, my alt Kelarran is going to work on Planetary Interaction skills for a future project and that requires 92 days of training.
So the skill queue crisis of 2013 is put off... for now.