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Your Skill Queue is Empty

It has been years since I heard Aura's voice. In fact, I'm rather sure it has changed since my first log in six years ago. But that original voice, I loved it. For those first few months, "Skill training complete," was a rush of pleasure.

I long ago turned off my volume for voice coms. Then I turned off my volume for chats with people. Now, my volume is rarely on. Yet, clear as day I could hear her little, cold and scornful notice that my skill queue was empty.

It has been a long time since that happened. I felt a bit bad. Neglectful, really. Skill queues were such an important part of my time in game. The months, weeks, days, and finally minutes until you could explode from the dock in a new fit... ahh I can still feel the adrenaline from it. I know it has changed but it is a fond memory.

While my future in Eve is still undefined, I find the launchers icon sits on my screen. I purged a lot of Eve from my day to day life. The launcher being there makes me think sometimes. Where am I now in things?

Also, I had someone reading through my blog and leaving comments. It brings me a warm happiness that somewhere in these thousands of posts, people find some amusement. Yet, when I write, I never thought that this would be one of the blogs gone quiet. Maybe because I was so loud in this little room.

I'm not totally done. Sugar's queue was topped back up.

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  1. Dear Sugar

    Just to let you know. I'm reading your blog for several years. :-)

    Thank you very much for your time and effort.

    I hope you'll find your fun in eve again. And if not I wish you all tje best for your future :-*

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  2. Hi there. Yup, still reading and waiting for new posts.. :) Thanks

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  3. Still checking here at least once a week, always hoping for a new post. Also, there are quite a few spaceship origins left to be investigated ;)

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  4. Always nice to see a post from you. How is life, the dogs, and everything?

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  5. I never comment, but I always read your posts, I want to practice more and write like you do, I love the way you write :)

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