156: IT BEGINS

“The absolute state of your knowledge of My Little Pony…”

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-CSM voting is underway! Artimus and Alek reveal their ballots, discuss the controversy around candidate removal

-Artimus reveals an inability to name types of apples, but thankfully Alek is here to help

-In a major controversy, ATXVI is short on teams, cuts feeder rounds (and poor Alek)

-Hugh Caswakk from the New Eden Report joins us via satellite to give us a nullsec news update

-DRF completely implodes, losing all their space and half their capital fleet

-Inside the campaign: Alek’s Capitalist Army heads into The Spire to secure an Outpost before the Faction Fortizar patch

-Where will the next big conflict kick off? War brewing between Legacy and their eastern neighbors?

 

153: Behind the Scenes

“You can’t just spring the flashbacks on me Alekseyev!”

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-FanFest: This years different (depressing) feel, Abyssal Deadspace, Triglavians, PI and FW QoL changes incoming, love for Logi, and more Upwell Structures!

-The Bomb Drops: CCP Seagull leaving CCP. Alek and Jin discuss her significance, their favorite memories working with her, and cast their eyes to EVE’s uncertain future

-Imperium re-re-reinvades the north and is shredding GOTG.

-Core elements of the DRF have been routed by VOLTA, Skill Urself, and Hard Knocks: hardcore PVP alliances a fraction of the coalition’s enormous size

-Episode goes off the rails at several points including: Jin losing his shit at someone’s Teamspeak avatar, Alek triggering Jin’s PTSD about PL’s recent eviction of Provi bloc, show note planning on air, and Alek forgetting how to spell basic English words.

151: Balance of Power

“I didn’t sell out people, I bought in.”

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-JIN LEAVES CVA!!11!ZOMG!!!! What’s next for Jin and Providence as PL amps up the pressure?

-DRF diplomatic coup reshuffles nullsec map and forces Triumvirate to surrender. Where do they go from here?

-“Where are the devs? Are they safe?” Multiple dev blogs released detailing exciting balance changes coming as early as next month! We examine the impact and implications.

-A dramatic reading of rage, dobodeteli, and “la-la”