Hopefully this also means my posting will increase. I have found it to be rather awkward when attempting to write posts during war time. Either I'm not too sure if I should be posting information or something is already posted everywhere. I risk either getting booted from the Alliance or posting yet another take on a subject that already has a lot of coverage. This peace time should give me a chance to find my "groove"
I feel like I've found a really good crew to fly with. All of the Eclipse Navy fellows have been very helpful and a blast to chat with on Mumble. If any of my thousands of readers are looking for a null corp to join, we are currently accepting apps now that the war is over. App forum can be found here: http://forums.eclipsenavy.ca/
ATX..... I don't even know where to start. This has been the first year I've found myself knowledgeable enough in Eve PvP to feel like I could not be lost the entire time. I really surprised myself with how much I've learned over just the past year. I was even comfortable enough to put money against HUN in the finals, knowing their VargTrain couldn't last forever and Verge of Collapse having some extremely impressive matches.
I'm going to do a breakdown of all the finals matches from my Super Not Pro Vision™! Look forward to that in the next day or so, should be fun to write about. I will say two things though. 1) I really expected Pandemic Legion to go all the way especially after taking out DarkSide., who took PL out of AT9. 2) I was really hoping to see Rote Kapelle make it further. If you're going to go out, might as well be from the opponents that end up taking it all.
Actually, three things: 3) Anyone else got a bromance for WarGod?
After a CAT scan that caused a crazy copper taste and some not nice prodding by the nurses, they informed me that my appendix wasn't looking too great and they were going to take it out. The first thing the nurse asked after giving me the news was, "Didn't your doctor come to talk to you about all this?". No, in fact he had not. This would be a reoccurring theme for the day with 5 people asking me if I talked to my doctor before I actually talked to my doctor (which was about 2 minutes before my surgery). Not a big deal but I thought it was funny.
So the past week has been me recovering from that whole mess. Been doing well, just having issues getting to sleep still. The nurses mentioned that it might take me two or so weeks to feel 100% like my surly self again so Eve will be taking a back seat until I can spare the extra mental bandwidth for it.
It did allow me to watch the final weekend of the Alliance Tournament unimpeded though, I guess that can be the ray of sunshine.