It’s been a while hasn’t it capsuleer comrades? About six months ago I published a piece that was essentially me expressing my desire to hop back into the grand space opera that is EVE Online. We ran through some of my earliest experiences in the game going back to 2008 and beyond. How I failed
Ask any active EVE Online player what they think of the state of the MMO, and you’re likely to start hearing a recurring theme. That theme in the answers you get is likely to be some variation of “EVE is dying,” and with this oft-uttered phrase, one might be fooled into thinking that it’s actually
Politics is already an incredibly complicated topic in EVE Online. The psychology of the EVE players is a very complex beast, and understanding it is key to designing the game that they will want to keep playing. And one key element of that process is understanding when and why players wage war. After all, EVE
In a newly released development blog, CCP has revealed an impending plan to streamline training skills in EVE Online. And it’s a really great change that should help players both new and old save time. Throughout the years, skill training in EVE has gone through a ton of changes that have been either loved or
Anyone who has been following this blog since it was established as ISKMogul in 2015 will remember that this site got its start before that as a repository of news, opinions and experiences in CCP’s EVE Online. Over time, mostly as I drifted away from being engaged with EVE personally, I quit regularly writing about
A series of revelations have been revealed in the day following the ousting of Lychton Kondur as CEO of BRAVE. These construct quite an interesting narrative about the way in which the coup was carried out.