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Ode to New Stuffs

It is patch day!  I have serious posting that I might finish today but I must take a moment for more important things.

First: Ender.

I discuss Ender a lot.  He is a bitter vet. He feels no need to candy coat things. He is anti-social as all fucking hell. Razor is his favorite target to tease.  He is also a very amazing person and under that hard, spiky, crusty layer he does an amazing job at taking care of the corporation.

A simple, terse corporation mail this morning made me smile:
"armor honeycombing skillbooks dropped in hangers."
Last patch Ren was running around handing out the new sensor compensation skillbooks.  These are the things about a good corporation that make me so willing to invest my time into them.  Sure, getting a skill book is not a big deal.  But, to take the time to buy a stack and drop them into hangers makes sure that people are taken care of and that is what he did before he went to bed.

I then got a bit worried as I logged in.


What was Eve trying to say?  However, other people said that they got the same tutorial message and I am, in fact, not special.  I was still in my Stiletto and it did not appear that I was podded recently.  Mayhaps, a side effect of the patch.

But really, the most exciting part of patch day is that I can gizoogle the patch notes.  I feel that these delicate conversions of information into a wholly new spectrum of depth and sensory perception do nothing but enhance the experience of the patch.  To make sure that they are not lost to the depths of history I shall start to capture these crystalline droplets of individual beauty and save them in a permanent page to be browsed for eternity.

They can be found here in my new patch note archive.

Comments

  1. Sugar.. Fuckin thank yo' ass fo' da mutha fukin patch notes. My ass is way to damn lazy to to go clickin' all kinda uh fuckin' links to find out what da fuck dey be changing in my mutha fucking interweb spaceboats. Dis shit is fo'real. Good lookin' Homez.

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