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Future Attitude?

My Noctis hanging out on a gate waiting to come into the room where I'm killing stuff. CCP changed the engine trails from blue to orange and that has me bitterly dissapointed.

Eve is so full of flavors and personal decisions. As always, I wander a bit sideways in mine. I was listening to the Oneiros getting bashed as a logi ship. I was proud of myself for biting my tongue. I'll skill into mine and be amazing when we run armor fleets. There is so much flavor of the month and 'what we always use' on Eve that I want to grit my teeth and growl now and then.

I find that some of the irritation comes not from someone disagreeing with my choice, for I surely do not agree with each choice that they make, but the under current of arrogance that only what they are doing can be useful and that a newer character skilling into one aspect is not good enough to be worth the time.

Maybe that is why I blog to myself a bit. A reminder for later, when I'm an arrogant bitter bitch.


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