Season 3, Episode 3 – Various perspectives are offered on the Null Sec Blackout, which went into effect this weekend. The Jita Market is discussed in detail and compared to Delve. Finally, Squizz Caphinator joins the podcast to discuss his thought process behind blacking out zKillboard.
Episode 22 – The season closes with Vily and Killah Bee stopping in to update us on politics in 0.0, specifically in the southeast where TEST has dissolved the NIP with Fraternity. In a turn of events, TEST works with Fraternity and PL to obstruct the Imperium attack on a Keepstar in Camal, Derelik, (after the podcast ends). TIS gives away a Rorqual live and announces an Avatar Titan give away to one fortunate fan.
IChooseYou is well known as an offshoring tax haven in the Jita Market area, the largest in the game. Players transacted trillions through his facilities. He (IChooseYou) was protected by Pandemic Horde, which chased off groups that threatened his high-security space structures. Recently, TEST Alliance has been on a rampage vowing revenge against those that attacked them over the summer. Horde is one of those targets. TEST has moved on the Perimeter system, adjacent to Jita system – where IChooseYou has set up shop. TEST will destroy IChooseYou unless Horde can defend him, which is unlikely in the current political...
This week on Talking in Stations we talk with three fleet commanders, Vily from TEST, Killah Bee from Northern Coalition. and InSTiiNK Loutte from Circle of Two as we look at a part of the war that isn’t glamorous and rarely makes the news. The grind of an attacker into settled space – the war of attrition – cloaking camping, hot dropping on rorquals and the battles for key parts of sovereignty infrastructure. Also we talk with Noisy Gamer on the latest security development out by CCP on RMT’ers.
This week on Talking in Stations, we look down South – in the region of Immensea – where there have been some strategic alliance movements. We will talk with Vily from TEST and Garst Tyrell from Triumvirate. Are these activities the opening shots to something much bigger? In our second half, we look at the diversity of CSM 2018 and what it means for the soul of Eve. Is Eve missing out on opportunities for player engagement and interaction because most of the CSM candidates are very homogeneous in their thinking?