Earlier today in the system of O-PNSN, Black Legion. began harassing HERO members throughout the day. As the day wore on with BL fleets moving up and down the pipe, the decision was made to hit BRAVE SBUs in the system. This was done seemingly to provoke a fight. The three gates in the system
It’s no secret that the coming changes to SOV will be the death of some current aspects of life in Nullsec portions of New Eden. I’d like to take this time to speculate on what that future might look like, and how players might react to it. I’m going to break this down into a
The sovereignty presentation recently took place at this year’s fanfest which was presentated by CCP Fozzie. I have attempted to make notes on the main points and imagine’s where possible but there is gaps so apologies. If you have anything to add then post in the comments below and it can be updated as required.
This weeks big news was the forthcoming sov warfare changes with CCP drastically moving away from Dominion style warfare. CCP Fozzie stops by to clarify and talk briefly about the ideas behind the changes, which are a must read for any Nullsec resident. 30-Day Free Trial – https://secure.eveonline.com/trial/?i… Default CSPA Charges Dropped in Scylla –
We all know that CCP has long had a history of having difficulty working with the EVE codebase. Being that said codebase is hideously out of sorts, it’s becoming more difficult for CCP to make the kind of sweeping changes that are desperately needed to reinvigorate the playerbase. It’s an abject fact that the game
We start off by visiting HED-GP where Pandemic Legion had some POSes (player-owned starbase) fights. A full battle report is available by clicking here. As we can see HERO Coalition (Hopefully Effective Rookie Organization) had a Tengu/Eagle fleet lead by Blue Ice (29 Tengus, 56 Eagles, 16 Scimitars, and 14 Scythes), a TEST Ishtar gang
In a stunning bit of success from another EVE subreddit based idea, Phoebe Freeport Republic has claimed a system in Nullsec. Now only time will tell how quickly or slowly this implodes. The idea finally came to fruition when the players involved heaped into WPV-JN and blasted a TCU belonging to the Absolution Alliance. To
In what can only be described as an attempt at trolling in EVE, Fatal Ascension somehow forgot to online SBUs in a staging system to slow down a SOV offensive from their enemies. As a result, some TEST members were able to essentially sneak in and attempt to online an SBU, forcing FA to destroy