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Eve Vegas 2015 - Pub Crawl

Today, CCP announced the tickets are opened for the Eve Vegas Pub Crawl. The Pub Crawl is one of those things that seems to change and mutate each year. The general idea is that people wander from bar to bar consuming some set number of drinks and socialize some how.

I've attended this once for Eve Vegas 2013. It was different but I was bored, lonely, and my shoe broke so I got a cab and went home early. I didn't participate in 2014. Now, its 2015 and I had no intention of participating until the News Article today about the Pub Crawl.

They are more having an open bar party down town at an arcade bar type thing. It will be exclusive to Eve Players for a three hour period with an open bar that looks like it will have juice and soda, not just alcohol.

On one hand it is kind of like paying for an exclusive drinking party of Eve players. On the other hand, its an organized social time and that went very well last year and I had a lot of good CSM discussions with people. Unlike my first two Eve Vegas' trips, my third one was filled with socialization. I expect that will happen this time around too.

Of course, its a hundred dollars. That is what has stopped me from pressing that particular button. I'll think about it for a few days. At the worst, it is sold out before my decision is made.

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  1. If you go, I'll go. We can wallflower together.

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  2. The juice and soda of which you speak are known as mixers. But hey, you don't wanna miss the bus ride down. The bus ride back might be sketchy though. lol

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  3. I bought tickets because i don;t drink, at all, i hate the crap. So the pub crawl was always a 'walk around with a sea of drunken idiots... yea no thanks' at least this way if people get too drunk for my taste i can play video games and ignore them. (my dad was a drunk, so i really dislike being around plastered people [no offense to anyone btw])

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  4. I bought tickets because I figured I should try to get the whole EVE Vegas experience. I hope you decided to buy a ticket, I look forward to hanging out with fellow EVE players. EVE Vegas will be my first Eve MEET and it seems i picked a good one!!!

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