Category: Written

Written portions of TIS

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The EVE Online Jukebox Project

Back in the old days when icons were colourful, solo PvP was a thing, and you could walk in stations, there existed a wonderful feature known as the Jukebox. Ask any veteran to EVE and I’m sure they’ll have fond memories of Below the Asteroids and the wonder of New Eden as a lonely newbro. It was, unfortunately, removed as of the December 2012 patch seven years ago and replaced with CCP’s Soundcloud page. This wasn’t necessarily a bad thing. Maintaining superfluous code with little gameplay impact eats away at valuable dev time for other tasks. I don’t claim to...

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How 2 Fit

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of many future articles to be shared between Talking in Stations and Ashyin.space. We’re also looking to hire and train writers, so if you have big ideas and fancy trying your hand at writing them up in a more public way then get in touch. One of the most common questions I get in EVE Online has to be “Ashy do you have a fit for x?” Usually the answer is that I do and I can dig it up later on. If I can’t find that specific meme in my...

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TIS Report: November 4-10

This is the research document written in article form, created every week for the Sunday Talking in Stations show. Not all that is written gets on the show but we pull from the research document to write the show notes. Notes compiled by TIS Team, Written by January Valentine

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High Drama in Low Security – The Denouement

About the only thing rarer in New Eden than a freeport Keepstar is a diplomatic solution. After a tense two days following the reinforcement of the Aunenen Keepstar, Matterall announced on Tuesday – just hours before the timer would have left the Keepstar vulnerable to a second attack – that a deal had been struck between him, Fafer of Ghost Legion, and the Imperium’s leadership that would save both Keepstars.

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High Drama in Low Security – a Keepstar Story

“Hold on, I think somebody’s shooting my Keepstar…” These innocuous words, words spoken almost daily across New Eden and often in jest, began a night that would end with a low security space Keepstar reinforced, new questions raised about the future viability of non-aligned major assets, and the power of EVE celebrity tested in a way rarely seen in the modern era.

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Goodbye to Stations

An ode to some of the biggest content created by Sort Dragon, Executor of Darkness Alliance —

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TEST vs. PL in Providence 2018

On the Mother’s Day show, entitled “Fight for Providence Stations,” we heard from Fleet Commanders from both sides of a coming conflict in Providence region. Representing the defending side, Pandemic Legion (PL), was Elise Randolph, CEO of Habitual Euthanasia and Harvey Skywarker of Higher Than Everest. Elise is the nominal leader of PL, and Harvey is the former leader the closed alliance “The Culture.” On the opposing side, the invaders, Test Alliance Please Ignore (TEST) were represented by co-campaign commander Progodlegend. Progod is a storied FC from a group that initially grew out of Providence. This conflict is interesting because...

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