Crossing Zebras Episode 14


Wow, it feels like forever since we knocked together one of these podcast thingies! Xander is mainly to blame due to spending much of the last month stranded on an oil rig in the North Sea. Even in a slow month this would normally leave us with a whole heap to talk about but the past four weeks or so have been far from slow for Zebra Corp.

This episode, we are going to discuss why Zebra Corp left SoCo and why the Gentleman’s Agreement and the CFC was our ultimate destination with input from both Jeg and Xander as well as a very special interview with the CEO of Gents, Kesper North.

Crossing Zebras Episode 14.mp3




Why we left SoCo and AAA – After spending a considerable period of time fighting for AAA in the South, we spend some time explaining our decision to leave SoCo


Why we joined Gents/CFC – We have come under some considerable flack over the past couple of weeks for leaving SoCo for ‘the blob’, some justified, some unjustified. Now you get to hear straight from the horse’s mouth our reasons for making such a huge move


Interview with Kesper North – This move wasn’t without it’s issues and negotiations so it seemed fitting to spend some time talking to the highly regarded CEO of Gents, Kesper North, to see how this move happened from their perspective


What we are up to in-game at the moment

General null-sec roundup


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This week’s playlist is as follows:

Bump N’ Grind – R. Kelly

Sweet Nothings – Calvin Harris feat. Florence Welch

Don’t You Worry Child – Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin

Gangnam Style – Psy

Tags: aaa, cfc, gents, kesper, nullsec, soco, zebra

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