While it was a quiet week, some traditions, like starting off with a titan kill, endure. A former FCON Leviathan went down in the Black Rise region thanks to the efforts of Snuffed Out and Project.Mayhem. The titan was destroyed while travelling out of the region, and a Nyx followed it into the next life shortly after.
Following from his article on the parallels between pre-WWII naval warfare and EVE, Robby Kasparic returns with another Historical Ties: Mahan and EVE. While the theories of Mahan were challenged by the reality of the world wars, and EVE combat is its own unique thing, there is precedent for applying some historic principles in controlling space using the new citadels. Watch this space.
Robby also brought us the first entry in a very promising series: The Drafting Table. This week, we looked at fitting a solo Hyperion, complete with the rationale behind the fits, possible adjustments, and experiences with the craft – to say nothing of a classy set of images for the article!
As you may have noticed, TMC operates a private H1Z1 server called Tranquility. The Accessible Gamer, Gommel Nox, interviewed the team behind the most popular restricted H1Z1 server. While there are no access keys available at the time of writing, we are looking forward to welcoming our readers and other new players to Tranquility.
Also on the Daybreak front, TMC ran a PlanetSide 2 stream on Saturday, featuring a coordinated attack on the Emerald server as the Vanu Sovereignty. With the construction update, there’s no better time than ever to organise and take over Auraxis.
Lastly, New Eden said goodbye to Dust 514 last month. The game exists only in the memories of its dedicated fanbase, which Feiryred honoured in this excellent retrospective. Whether you were a fan of the game, or simply glanced at the occasional resident of New Eden with a blue-backlit name, take the time out of your weekend to look back at CCP’s experiment in expanding the world of New Eden beyond simply starships. Godspeed, Dust.
This article originally appeared on TheMittani.com, written by Ryan Vincent.