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    War Bonds

    War Bonds

    DaBigRedBoat visits TIS to talk about Imperium counterpunching in Quarious and Delve, and explains what the Imperium war bonds. Niden, former editor of Crossing Zebras, hot drops in to catch up on two and a half years of absence.

    • 2 hrs 39 min
    Test is Next Door

    Test is Next Door

    TEST anchors and onlines a Keepstar next system over from Imperium's Capital 1DQ.

    • 1 hr 41 min
    Requiem for Requiem

    Requiem for Requiem

    Requiem Eternal suffers traitorous sabotage resulting in a disbanding of the alliance and 500 billion stolen, but the alliance lands on its feet as Eternal Requiem. Goonswarm Keepstar killed in 49-U6U.

    • 1 hr 46 min
    The Two Towers

    The Two Towers

    Two Keepstars come under fire, one from IMperium the other from PAPI. Which one will die first? We talk to Pandemic Legion's leader Hedliner and TEST's Vily to give us their points of view. We also do a thorough review of the war and the November update.

    • 2 hrs 13 min
    Ratting in the Age of Scarcity

    Ratting in the Age of Scarcity

    What will the updates to NPC ratting in null bring to the EVE Universe? Will scarcity design make it difficult to thrive in null-sec or usher in a new era of activity? We ask expert players from around different gameplay.

    • 1 hr 45 min
    UNITY vs. LUMEN/PNS/I-RED

    UNITY vs. LUMEN/PNS/I-RED

    A look inside the hi-sec war between minmatar (UNITY) and amarian (LUMEN/PNS/I-RED) roleplayers. Fraternity leader Noraus talks about botting and changes to null-ratting.

    • 1 hr 36 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Cameronbee ,

LOVE the podcast but had to stop today

Hi Matterall,

I have to preface this with the fact that I adore the podcast, I come to it weekly and listen religiously in my car on the way to work.

I appreciate the professionalism, production quality, varying opinions, exciting guests, the neutrality and the acceptance of opinions. I have never reviewed a podcast before and probably never will again but I had to as this one is so full of potential and I don't want to see it lose what has made it so authentic. I have tried listening to the open comms show and while it does its thing, I don't want to spend my time listening to people bicker and talk over each other regardless of how much fun they're having. Good on them but I take nothing away from it.

It is important to remember where and how people enjoy podcasts. Todays podcast on missions had me excited because its a part of EVE and well, I love EVE. I had to turn it off two thirds through today because while I normally appreciate Caleb's insight, in this podcast he was obnoxious and ignorant and an unwelcome presence in my car (my space). By listening to a podcast I am trusting it's creator to not violate my space, be it in my head or in my car.

He was downright rude, from a pedestal he threw judgments on topics that are highly subjective, he interrupted the thoughts and speech of others that I was following with unproductive mud-slinging. Please please please consider whether this hooligan belongs on every podcast, I for one love hearing his insights re. market trading but how he behaved on the podcast today made me turn it off, he should know better. Not only did he embarrass himself but he brought YOUR work into question, don't let him do that. I flat out pulled my phone off the cord and drove home in silence, not out of anger, but at my age I get to choose who I hang out with and that guy wouldn't be sitting with me.

Thank you again for your work, your passion, and your vision. This podcast is one of the highlights of my week but I am going to stop listening if it means inviting disrespectful fools into my car.

Thank you.

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