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Eve Fiction

My little group of Eve stories are Fan Fiction for Eve Online. My goal is to capture the feel of playing Eve and slip that into a textured world.

Written for the 2012 Pod and Pilot Fiction Contest.
A Day in the Life category:
"Ill Gained Goods" - A tail of piracy in the space lanes. (October 29th, 2012) Second Place winner.
The Path Divides - An industrialist realizes the myriad of choices before her. (October 30th, 2012)
Sleeper Dreams - A Wormhole Dwellers Day (November 08th, 2012)
If Bullets were Kisses - A trip back to old stomping grounds (November 09th, 2012)
The Cog's Pieces - an Industrialists time in sovereign null (November 22nd, 2012)
Jita - Jita 4-4. 'nuff said (November 28th, 2012)

Written for the 2013 Pod and Planet Fiction Contest
ECM Nightmare - October 29th, 2013
Boots on the Ground; Fire in the Sky - November 1st, 2013
Economics - November 8th, 2013
Blood Money - November 8th, 2013 
Written for the 2014 Pod and Planet Fiction Contest
A Conscious Choice - November 14th, 2014

Eve Fiction Stories:
 Wholesale - Bizz gets an interesting offer. (February 23rd, 2013)
Distress - This is a more lore focused story about some of the non-immortal population of New Eden. (published February 24th, 2013 by Sugar Kyle)
This story is around 10,000 words. I've broken it up into three parts for readability. 
Dust 514 Fiction:
Falling Immortal - A Dust 514 ground battle (May 24th, 2013)

Random Creativity
The Dragon of Oddelulf - A Semi Epic Poem written in a somewhat correct classical format about Ueberlisk (September 23rd, 2013)


I am fortunate to get a lot of help from people. My early stuff has little editing. My later stuff I've amassed a stable of people with a clue to comb over things. I appreciate their work. Also my gankers and pirates and technical mechanics wizards who discuss various elements of reality within my idea. 

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