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The Omage Life

With no one for Sugar to talk to, I decided to crawl on and look at my alts. I started with Chella and was met with this amusing bit of history.


Snowflake! My Thanatos that has never been in battle. Purchased from across the galaxy for a rather low price when I was six months old. Diz jumped it back for me. My first, large purchase back in 2012. Vintage carrier. I was excited until:



According to Eve's estimation catalog, Chella is worth 15 billion. I thought I had moved the ISK onto Sugar but it seems that no, I had not. She has 7 billion sitting in her wallet.

Oh yeah, I have another carrier sitting back in Molden Heath. A chimera. Never fit. Never flown.

Or to quote Celine Dion:

It's all coming back, it's all coming back to me now

There were moments of gold
And there were flashes of light
There were things I'd never do again
But then they'd always seemed right
There were nights of endless pleasure
It was more than any laws allow

This is who I was. Maybe some of my confusion has been because Sugar might have been how I was known but Sugar's character was not who I was.

Anyway, Chella is an Alpha clone (if I got that right). I can't use my Viator which is really annoying. I can maybe use a jump clone. I think. But I will jump out of my implants. I did go through my skills and find ones she can train as is. The answer is a handful and most not injected. I had hoped for more exciting results.

Oh well. 

I guess I can't sell things as an Alpha clone. I tried to list my isotopes for sale and the game smacked me and said no. I guess I will give in and use some of this PLEX that I earned a while back, activate Chella and get my Viator out of there as well as put those isotopes on the market. I think.

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  1. That truly is a vintage carrier! Does it have large rigs? Those ships with such rigs are practically collector's items now. I am personally glad you chose to keep it as a thanatos and not to change it to a ninazu during the patch for FAXs. I happen to like the thanny's I think they have a unique and cool design/looks.

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    1. It looks like it was 3 large cap rigs. I pulled the triage off of it. It was a Thanny when I got it. I've always been bitter that my Quafe Iteron I got from Eve Vegas turned into a Quafe Miasmos.

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