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At almost nine years, EVE is the third-longest bad habit of my life. When not playing EVE, I'm usually spouting off about something in a way that's going to make someone irritated, or spending time with the incomparable Fluffy von Bloodletter, whose actual name is Hank. But let's face it, Fluffy von Bloodletter's a much better name, even for a cat.
Words nerd with a penchant for philosophy and getting angry about politics.
I'm a teacher, soccer/volleyball coach, writer, and editor outside of Eve. In-game, I split my time between high-sec and null, and I write about interesting content and interesting people. I like weird and off-the-wall characters, stories, ships, and fits.
A university professor and writer, I enjoy gaming when I get the chance. Writing about gaming is a perfect blend.
I have been lurking in stations for 12 years in Eve, and playing pretty much every other MMO that comes out along the way. When I am not gaming, I am an administrator.....the person bugging you for the form filled out in triplicate from 3 weeks ago? That's me!
I'm a kiwi who's been involved in print and digital gaming media for ages.
Seir Luciel is a literature grad student who is currently teaching rhetoric at his university. He is in Pandemic Horde, and is the son of Gray Doc (a Goon editor/author on INN), which leads to some pretty interesting conversations; those conversations are often inspiration for articles on INN.