Another week, another episode of the premier Eve Online podcast with none other than the delicious and delectable Xander Phoena! Taka, HVAC and Jeg ALL made excuses to be elsewhere this week leaving Xander to find some suitable guests and he managed to acquire two very good ones indeed. Joining him this week are EDU Show presenters and Fanfest ballers, Bam Stroker and Otto Bismarck.
Recording very soon after the latest edition of the o7 Show, there’s plenty to get through, Starting off, we discuss the Eve Down Under 2015, follow that up with the 13th Alliance Tournament and finish up on the summer implementation of the new sovereignty system. Buckle up!
Crossing Zebras Episode 60.mp3
Eve Down Under – After some very exciting announcements on the event in the o7 Show, we discuss plans for the biggest Eve Online playing gathering in the southern hemisphere
ATXIII – At long last, CCP has confirmed that ATXIII will be happening in August. Is the future for AT and the wider Eve esports scene still viable and if so, who is going to make it work?
New Sov – We now have some firmer details on the new sovereignty system courtesy of the latest dev blog from CCP Fozzie. Time to dissect the wider implications
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This episode’s playlist is as follows:
Mumford & Sons – Believe
Jack Ü feat. Kiesza – Take Ü There
Tags: alliance tournament, AT, bam stroker, EDU, eve down under, new sov, otto bismarck
The good looking, funny, intelligent member of the team, Xander set up Crossing Zebras with Jeg in April 2012 mainly because he was talking too much about Eve on his other podcast. Playing the game for almost five years, Xander still has absolutely zero clue about how to actually play Eve but somehow still manages to talk a good game.