Seleene’s Sandbox – Episode 1: Behind The Iron(bank) CurtainSeleene
Hello, all! I’m Seleene and this is my first podcast on Crossing Zebras called Seleene’s Sandbox! My intent is to try for at least an episode every two weeks, unless I manage to grab onto some interesting people or they grab me… or something amazing happens in game and people just want to talk about it. Basically, I’ve been told I can talk about stuff as much as I want so this is a pretty great gig!
I’ve been playing EVE since the servers went live in 2003 and have worked hard to check all the proverbial boxes. I’ve been an alliance leader, CCP Game Designer, CSM Chairman and probably some other titles that aren’t fit for printing here. My hope with this show is to cover both in and out of game events and try to do so from a unique perspective by seeking out super awesome guests that will keep your attention.
This first episode was recorded on Sunday, May 1st, 2016. Apologies for the delay but I’ll work to have these out within a couple days of recording in the future. My guests for the inaugural show were a who’s who of behind the scenes organization for World War Bee (because that’s the actual name of the war):
- Sabre A – Mercenary Coalition
- SUAS – Omega Security Syndicate
- Lenny Kravitz – The guy that funded World War Bee
Some of the stuff in this episode:
- How did the war start?
- What role did each of these guys play?
- Just how much money did Lenny spend on all these nerds?
- What made you all believe this could be done?
- OSS built the first null sec citadel!
- How about that Darius Johnson guy?
- Are MC dirty sov holders?
Opening Music: Son of a Preacher Man
Closing Music: Seleene Transvestite
Old School EVE Video of the Week:
EVE Never Fades – September 2005 – Zond3 from M. Corp, who later became CCP’s lead video producer, published this masterpiece of a trailer. At the time this was actually a PLAYER made video and landed Zond3 a job. Watch it and you will see why. If you’ve never seen this, take five mins and be amazed at what EVE used to look like.
Links from the Show:
SUAS’s Soundcloud Library