On Sisi there is a suggestion of the next phase of the Drifter lore. If one compares it to the actions that have happened of late in Amarr and the Empress Jamyl's reemergence into the public light, it looks as if she has done pissed someone off now.
I find the lore stuff in game cool. I've been making a bit of an effort to follow it in game or to at least see the things going on. I am a spectator and it seems a shame to let a chunk of Eve's history pass me by.
But, not everyone finds the lore as interesting as I do. One of the complaints made in the Faction Warfare room on Tweetfleet Slack was that this may put unfair pressure on the Amarr LP stores. Pressure was fine as long as it happened to the other empire's as well and it was fair.
While I believe in balance in game play, should the lore be fair? Should the story line be written to evenly move across all four empires equally spread out what is happening? Is it bad if the Drifter's rampage across one Empire and fracture the face of the game, changing Amarr space while the other empires look on in horror?
Everyone invested in Amarr finds themselves swept up and affected even if they don't want to be. Things change. Choices have to be made. What always was no longer is. And then we move forward? There is loss and gain.
I don't know. It is easy to speculate on what happens to someone else and the value of it. Still. I wonder... does the Lore have to be fair?