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An about me, hmm? For most of the day I pondered the idea. I then realized that when I read a website that I enjoyed I often took a moment to check in on who and what the author is.

What is this blog?

Low Sec Lifestyle is an Eve Online Blog that follows both the life and musings of Sugar Kyle. It is not a role play based blog but rather a collection of experiences, thoughts, and random writings inspired and based around the MMO Eve Online.

Who am I?

I am the player that presents this blog Sugar Kyle, a character from the MMO Eve Online. I am also a member of CSM9 (The Council of Stellar Management), a player elected council.

What am I?

In Eve I am a resident of low sec, an outlaw, not quite but often considered a pirate, a market builder, an industrialist, a dreamer, an explorer, and a flyer of Jaguars.

Why am I?

I'm someone who enjoys playing Eve. I do whatever happens to interest me from PvP to running markets and helping not make the mistakes I did when I started. I created the blog to chart my path as I learned the game and to vent some of the random thoughts about the adventures and interactions.

Say my name?

Be it Pirate Queen or CSM9's Princess: I'm an Eve Online Player, something of a social butterfly, a writer of whatever words fall from my finger tips.

I'm Sugar Kyle and this is Low Sec Lifestyle. I hope you enjoy.

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