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Ladette Russeot is a Gallentean woman who in YC106, at age 17, hacked the code used by deadspace warp beacons that had been proclaimed unhackable just days before.

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Author Topic: Roleplay For Pirates  (Read 2552 times)

Anyanka Funk

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Re: Roleplay For Pirates
« Reply #16 on: 29 Oct 2015, 12:51 »

As far as I know, Veto's old bar channel 'The Last Gate' was fairly pirate heavy and welcomed all factions. As it's just started up again, I'd really love to see that channel become the central gathering place for the non-empire factions of EvE to meet up.
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Re: Roleplay For Pirates
« Reply #17 on: 29 Oct 2015, 12:58 »

"Pirate" doesn't mean you have anything in common with other "pirates" except for being on the wrong (right?) side of the law. There's still a fuck-ton of different allegiances, philosophies, "rules" and so on. Hell, I'd say there's even less things in common between pirates than there is between various loyalists, not even taking the rivalries into account.

TLG works very well as a place welcoming outlaws and so on, but gathering pirates under a banner? Ain't happenin'. Not really different from any loyalist RP in that regard.
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Re: Roleplay For Pirates
« Reply #18 on: 29 Oct 2015, 20:53 »

"Pirate" doesn't mean you have anything in common with other "pirates" except for being on the wrong (right?) side of the law. There's still a fuck-ton of different allegiances, philosophies, "rules" and so on. Hell, I'd say there's even less things in common between pirates than there is between various loyalists, not even taking the rivalries into account.

TLG works very well as a place welcoming outlaws and so on, but gathering pirates under a banner? Ain't happenin'. Not really different from any loyalist RP in that regard.

It's better if the 'corporation' exists as some kind of support organisation for pirates, providing information, helping them fence off their spoils, that sort of thing. Getting pirates to work together as a unified force? Not gonna happen unless something really big is threatening the livelihoods of all the pirates. Helping pirates get their supplies and sell their spoils as well as provide hot tips and information plus mediation services? Why not?
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