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Canenir of my heart!

Long ago CCP Fozzie posted a thread asking how peopel felt about the command ship hulls changing to match their T1 base modles. Currently, the command ships are all the same hull model with different skin colors. A very large response was for the change. Some people did not care for it but many did.

CCP decided to do that change.

This means, in my narrow field of view, that the Sleipnir changes from the Cyclone hull to the Hurricane hull. I of am ecstatic. Some people go, "I don't know how I feel. The hull is so iconic."

I say:


I am shallow that way. I see more Sleipnir fielded by me in the future. I've become used to my flashlight x locomotive x lions mane solar paneled monster. I may be mildly obsessed.

This thou.

Mmm.

Comments

  1. Cyclone over hurricane hull!
    Ferox over drake. My beautiful red and black nighthawk now looks like a boring off-color brick.

    Both amarr and gallente hulls are equally acceptable in looks for me.

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    1. Dear Sir,

      Might I suggest that you are doing it wrong and bad at Eve?

      Canenir best nir.

      Delete
    2. According to http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071119173333AAp0sOl hurricanes and cyclones are more or less interchangeable and it's just a silly convention.

      I suggest we put both models in the game and allow the buyer to decide which hull he prefers. Market pvp would decide who is right!

      Google for canenir and Google will ask me if I meant something else, however Google does not say: did you mean Cyclone :( Google is doing it wrong.

      Your post does come up as first google result though.

      Delete
  2. Now to get the ship long muzzle flare back.

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