DoW 114: The Horde Master

“For some reason I immediately assumed the sex tape would be with CCP Manifest.”

-Nidia Masters returns after +100 episodes and is joined by FC, AT commentator, writer, and former CSM candidate Apothne to guest host this episode.

-Interview with Apothne covering his start in EVE, participating in the Alliance Tournament broadcast, and recent CSM campaign

-Nidia and Alek reminisce about the time Nidia led a hostile takeover of Noir.

-Poll Results: Where do you get your EVE news?

-Saranen takes center stage in World War Bee with a week of massive battles

-Panel discusses the value of Citadels as a staging platform and carriers as the new meta

-Apothne lifts the curtain on his nearly successful CSM campaign and the surprising dynamics of CSM XI

-PVP highlights from the past two weeks

Ending: Travis Counts a Crow

DoW 113: Evolution

“If somebody told me, like, 3 years from now you’d be running a site and Declarations of War is gonna be on there, I would told them they’re full of shit.”

-Special Guests: Crossing Zebras editorial team Niden and Oh Takashawa

-DoW partnering with CZ to bring our content to their star studded podcast lineup

-Poll Results: Will the loss of all Imperium sov mark the end of World War Bee?

-World War Bee Update: GSF continues to lose ground but at a slower rate

-Is the MBC sustainable?

-DoW’s Fanfest 2016 report

-CSM XI election results announced!

-End of an Era: Alek retires as CEO of Noir.

Ending: Permaband – Wrecking Machine

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DoW Ballot for CSM XI

GO VOTE! VOTE! VOTE OR DIE MOTHERF*****!

  1. Steve Ronuken: One of the best reps of recent CSMs, he’s definitely earned his reelection and will be a major asset to the fresh faces coming in
  2. Kyle Aparthos: A consensus builder who’s willing to pick fights when need be. Love it. I also think he puts the more aspirational parts of EVE and sov at the forefront when thinking about those topics which is super important.
  3. Toxic Yaken: The PVP side of highsec needs representation, and I think Toxic is the best fit to do that this year.
  4. Commander Aze: I don’t agree with all of his views, particularly on war decs, but I don’t there’s any doubt he is passionate about the CSM, understands their responsibilities, and will but everything he has behind making the council work.
  5. Nash Kadavr: Super passionate about EVE and knows the player gathering scene. With EVE’s RL meetups becoming ever more important, it’s good to have them represented on the CSM.

——In No Particular Order——

  • Diana Olympos
  • Utari Onzo
  • Apothne
  • Jin’taan
  • The Judge

You get to pick 14 candidates and EVERY vote counts. If you vote for the folks on this list, be assured your future is in good hands 😉 But even if you don’t the most important thing is to vote, get your corp mates to vote, get your fleet to vote. Let’s do this!