EvE Blogs

I really enjoy reading other people’s adventures in EvE the Blog Pack from CrazyKinux is a fantastic source for all different play styles.  I found this through my iPhone and the Capsuleer app.  With out this I might not have returned to playing EvE.  Even though I’m not into PvP just yet, my favorite blogs include ( but are not limited to ) My Loot, Your Tears and Aggressive Tendencies.  Their tales of hunting people who don’t have the where with all to realize that EvE is un-arguably a PvP game.  The name in and of itself EvE I like to think mean “Everyone verse Everyone”.  However, there are many aspects of the game that are not PvP directly but have PvP tendencies.  Everything in EvE eventually leads to PvP regardless of whether you want to believe it or not; even mission running does.  Even the mission runner in empire who has never or will ever see a player pirate… I can hear you asking “How is that possible?”  I say that it is possible because of the player controlled economy… Wait what?  Yes, that’s right.  Where do you think ISK comes from?  How do you think the first ever players of eve purchased what they needed?  Just think about it, if it weren’t for the diehard carebears piddling away their lives doing carebear stuff; eventually there would be any ISK left in the game if they stopped or left.  Someone would have to start doing missions again as ISK isn’t generated any other way.  Yes it can be transferred from one player to another but its absolute origins are in the NPC’s that we all call Agents.

Mind Fuck? Maybe not, but definitely something to think about.

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