Crossing Zebras Episode 18

 

We actually recorded this episode a week ago so by the time you hear this, it will sound all daft and out of context and silly like a post from a trolly blogger! Xander is offshore for the next three weeks so rather than leave you all Crossing Zebras-less, we’ve thrown together a wee discussion on some of the key issues of the day. Hope you all enjoy!

Crossing Zebras Episode 18.mp3

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(0:31)

Introductions

Clarifications on some of the key points from Episode 17

Dust514 hits TQ – What does this mean for the average Eve pilot? What state is Dust currently in and how good a job are CCP doing in keeping the Eve Online player-base updated on progress?

(31:31)

T1/T2 Battlecruiser Changes – CCP Fozzie has announced a number of changes to T1 and T2 BCs in this here thread. What changes constitute nerfs and which are buffs? What BCs will become nullsec staples in due course?

(57:46)

T1 Logistics – Poetic Stanziel has suggested in this blog post that T1 logistics are overpowered to the point that they are ruining the immediacy of small to medium scale roams and skirmishes in low/nullsec. We take him to task.

What are up to in game

Shoutouts

Keep on RTing us on twitter (@midi2304 and @jeg_elsker), telling your corpies and friends about us and posting reviews on iTunes! We hugely appreciate you spreading the word. You can subscribe to the podcast and post reviews here:

http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/crossing-zebras/id517594875 

This week’s playlist is as follows:

Backstreet Boys – I Want It That Way

MGMT – Time to Pretend

Flux Pavilion feat. Example – Daydreamer

Tags: battlecruiser, dust514, eve online, fozzie, logistics, podcast, poetic stanziel

About the author

Jeg Elsker

Jeg Elsker is the brains behind the Crossing Zebras team. While Xander may come up with all the fanciful ideas, Jeg was the dude with the technical ability to create the Crossing Zebras site and all the technical infrastructure required to go with it. On top of this, he somehow manages to temper Xander’s enthusiasm on the podcast with some tempered reason and sense