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Nashh Kadavr for CSM XI -evesports, live events, Lowsec, NPSI

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#1 - 2015-10-05 22:25:56 UTC  |  Edited by: Nashh Kadavr
CSM 11 - Nashh Kadavr

There are many candidates already running with the intention of defending or fighting game mechanics, and they are very well qualified to do so. While I have opinions on these matters, I want to concentrate more on other aspects of our community. I hope to leverage my experience in live events which have given me the ability to network with many people inside EVE and acquire networks outside of it.

The reason I am running is after being inspired by Bam Stroker’s platform for CSM X. His commitment to the EVE community is something that no other candidate mentioned or strived to represent. With Bam’s blessing and support I will be running in his stead, picking up the banner for the community aspects you will not find in other manifestos.

Through my real life job as a manager I am experienced in managing teams and projects from start to finish, I apply these skills to everything I do in EVE as organiser of #EVE_NT, #EVE_NT Collides and as CEO of the Bastard Alliance. I am a confident public speaker and through the various projects I run in EVE I have dealt and worked with CCP closely. I want to do this more and develop a range of ideas I have in order to create opportunities for EVE players and bring along my expertise to help those who want to create projects close to my own heart.


Nashh is likely going to be number one on my ballot for CSM11.
-Jayne Fillon - CSM


'Nashh has done awesome things in the space of player gatherings and EVE_NT is one of the most respected events in the world. His community focus is needed on the CSM and his expertise with tournaments and evesports makes him an even more valuable commodity.
If I was on your ballot for CSMX, Nashh should be on your ballot for CSMXI. He’ll be #1 on mine.'

-Bam Stroker -CSM Candidate, EVEbet, EVE Down Under

‘When it comes to internet spaceships Nashh Kadavr is one of the most enthusiastic people I have had the luck to meet. His passion for creating content, both in-game and out, is second to none. As a CSM delegate I feel confident that his enthusiasm would only translate to making EVE online a better game for us all.’’
-Oreamnos Amric - CEO Illusion of Solitude Alliance


‘I support Nashh because I believe he could really help out CCP in regards to player events, player support and communication.’
-Bobmon - EN24


Nashh is one of the most hard working and dedicated people I've ever met, in game or out.
The blood, sweat and tears he puts into organising great things such as #EVE_NT and the #EVE_NT Collides project is unparalleled. He does these things because he genuinely loves the game and the community.
I personally have witnessed the lengths Nashh goes to to ensure that he looks after the people who come to his events, his corpmates and his friends. As a CSM representative I know Nashh will work just as hard. In doing so he'll easily be the hardest working member of the council.
A vote for Nashh is a vote to support the future of Eve e-sports and player run live events. Things which benefit the community to an almost unquantifiable degree.
-Ithica Hawk - Director BSTRD Alliance



EVE - Out of game Community

With out-of-game-gatherings gaining popularity, there needs to be a representative to help CCP make these type of meetings more visible, easier to organize and run.

As the owner and organiser of #EVE_NT Nottingham, I feel i am very well equipped through personal experience to represent those that need help in this area and to push CCP about the things they can do to help us all along.

Player organised events are very important for EVE lovers; we are often praised for the unique nature of our community and meeting your fellow corp members or unknown other capsuleers helps us keep those bonds strong. We all like to talk spaceships, but rarely find ourselves in a situation with family or friends where you can explain in-game experiences, EVE meets provide these opportunities. A chance to spend time (and drink beer) with like-minded individuals or a good excuse to finally meet the guys you talk to most, in real life.

Over the last 2 years big steps have been taken in terms of CCP participation and sponsorship for player gatherings and their commitment is clear. However, there is plenty of room for improvement. I will keep pushing CCP on this front and help them give organizers the support they need and deserve, for the greater good of the community as a whole.

As CSM I will bring my expertise in this area and enable other players around the world to create this experience themselves. EVE itself is more than a game, it’s a tight-knit community with players all over the world creating bonds with each other and working to further their goals no matter where in space it is. Having an avenue where these players can meet their entire corporation is truly heartwarming. I want to push more for these events and help those who have the ideas to realize them, but aren’t quite sure where to start.


This was my first player event, and I had a really good time guys. Look forward to hopefully seeing you all again soon!
-CCP Bosun


We were seriously impressed with the organization of the event and the hard work put in by all the volunteers to helped make it happen.
-CCP Guard



'Excellent candidate and a real nice, genuine person who is nothing but a pleasure to work with.
I love what Nashh is doing for this community, and hope he gets the chance to do more via CSM, where I'm certain he'll do as great a job in representing players as he has done in entertaining us with #EVE_NT.'
-Niraia - EOH Poker


IN NASHH WE TRUST
-Kane Rizzel - EVE Hero
#2 - 2015-10-05 22:26:19 UTC  |  Edited by: Nashh Kadavr
EVE - E-Sports

There have been many worries (and justly so) about the future commitment from CCP to EVEsports after losing the NEO tournament and the diminished format of the Alliance Tournament. I understand this completely however; the level of cost to CCP needs to be justified in its return or perceived value.

EVESports are important to the community as a whole, there is content for newer players in many forms but for those that have been around a little longer its Tournaments and highly skilled events like this that still feed us that buzz and excitement EVE Online can deliver.

The cold hard truth is; the future of EVEsports lies in our hands, us the players. Some great examples have already been set in the past by RvB and I intend to build a network of like-minded volunteers with an excellent mix in skillsets to provide a viable future for EVEsports.

Despite CCP’s budget having been cut for this side of EVE there are many things that they can do to assist this merry band of volunteers at zero to low cost to the company. Social media boosts of player-organised events and or prizes organised in the form of in-game items will boost the viability of these kind of projects and ensure the future of competitive EVE gameplay.

As the owner of #EVE_NT Collides and having a deep involvement with those in the competitive circles I feel I am very well suited to represent their concerns and work hard together with CCP on EVEsports future. As CSM I further want to push to bring the competitive scene to EVE and providing direct assistance to CCP to take advantage of the range of marketing opportunities at their disposal to allow those who are missing out on this game to see the light and become a pilot in the storied world of New Eden.


I've flown with and against Nashh these last few years and have had many dealings with him, including several in-game events, and always found him to be dedicated and knowledgeable. He certainly gets my support as a candidate for the next CSM council as an event and esports representative.
-Joffy Aulx-Gao - ABA Director, Diplomat, CSM candidate


When Nashh asks for two minutes he gives you 10.
-Bei Artjay, Producer #EVE_NT Collides



#EVE_NT Collides is literally the worst Big smile
-CCP Logibro, Tech on #EVE_NT Collides


+1
Apothne - PL, Crossing Zebras
#3 - 2015-10-05 22:26:27 UTC  |  Edited by: Nashh Kadavr
Low Security Space

[b]I have nothing against null-sec, WH space or high security areas but low-sec is where I live and spend most my time. Low-sec is sometimes forgotten about as it's where the “scrubs” live. I am here to tell you otherwise. Low-Sec lives matter! although the balance in Low-Sec has vastly improved over the last 7 years there is always room for a little improvement.

With the majority of my EVE career spent in low security space and with good contacts all over its great community I feel I am the right person to represent and voice their concerns and issues.

Let me be clear on the fact I do not wish to be a game designer or game changer, I merely want to help facilitate the players comments in a manageable way and feedback the communities concerns to CCP. There are other candidates with a strong technical experience in low-sec you can endorse like Joffy to have specific points and improvements for low-sec.




‘’Nashh and his merry band of Bastards embody everything that is great about lowsec and the outlaw lifestyle. Dyed in the wool PvPers with a long tradition in piracy, taking the fight and doing it well. This combined with Nashh’s outstanding work in the community with #EVE_NT and Collides, puts him at the very top of my ballot. Vote Nashh for CSM 11’’
-Niden, Editor in Chief at Crossing Zebras, GMVA Diplomat


"Nashh - the best thing to stop eve becoming a Kadavr"
W0wbagger - CEO Shadow Cartel Alliance


'Nashh is a doer with high energy and great enthusiasm for EVE and the community. He's well organized, extremely knowledgable about the game, particularly the pirate play style and low sec life, and he is personable and communicative. I feel confident he will be an excellent CSM member and he will definitely get a top tier vote from me!'
-Mynxee - CSM Delegate, CEO Signal Cartel


'If you don't know Nashh... He's an amazing beacon for connecting people in the EVE community - ingame and in real life - especially through his organisation of the EVE_NT meetup. His corp is a familiar name if you're based in lowsec, and rightly so. I've had the pleasure of meeting Nashh and his alliancemates on several occasions.
I can honestly say that CSM XI would be a hell of a lot stronger with Nashh on-board. His ability to reach out to the EVE community, coupled with his integrity and his passion for this game and its players make him an excellent CSM candidate.
I have no doubt that he will listen where the community speaks, and speak on the community's behalf rather than for himself. Something which so many CSM candidates have failed to achieve in the past.'
-Rocket_X - PL Wrecking Crew Hero
#4 - 2015-10-05 22:28:14 UTC
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#5 - 2015-10-05 22:40:53 UTC
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Cynosural Field Theory.
#6 - 2015-10-05 22:59:46 UTC
Excellent candidate and a real nice, genuine person who is nothing but a pleasure to work with.

I love what Nashh is doing for this community, and hope he gets the chance to do more via CSM, where I'm certain he'll do as great a job in representing players as he has done in entertaining us with #EVE_NT.

The-Culture
#7 - 2015-10-05 23:17:48 UTC  |  Edited by: Bei ArtJay
What I love most about #EVE_NT Nottingham and other events is that players form all different backgrounds come together, put their in-game differences aside and have fun regardless of who you are or where you come form. As the meta game in eve gets deeper and deeper as layers and layers of history of wars, rivalry and split allegiances make things ever more complex in game, I think we can almost all agree that stepping back from TQ and chatting **** about the universe/sport/whatever is super important, and being given the opportunity to do this with a network of people who are the same level is super cool. Nashh is dedicated in making these events happen.

For the #EVE_NT Collides project I initiated he has proven to me that he can work patiently and tirelessly as an intermediary between CCP and others and this reason alone I believe he would make an ideal candidate.
The-Culture
#8 - 2015-10-05 23:19:11 UTC  |  Edited by: Bei ArtJay
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EvE-Scout Enclave
#9 - 2015-10-06 03:26:02 UTC  |  Edited by: Mynxee
I have known Nashh for many years and am well-acquainted with his ability to organize and promote events, rally people to his causes, and make a well-reasoned arguments in support of the things he believes in and has expertise in. Some of you may remember his entertaining Celebrity Death Matches from years past...I had the great fortune to participate in one of those and it was one of my more memorable PvP experiences in EVE. Even back then Nashh was great at putting events together and publicizing them. More recently his widely applauded EVE_NT player meets have raised the bar for player meets everywhere and Nashh shows no signs of slowing down or resting on his laurels.

Nashh is a doer with high energy and great enthusiasm for EVE and the community. He's well organized, extremely knowledgable about the game, particularly the pirate play style and low sec life, and he is personable and communicative. I feel confident he will be an excellent CSM member and he will definitely get a top tier vote from me!

Lost in space, looking for sigs...

Blog: Cloaky Wanderer

Northern Coalition.
#10 - 2015-10-06 07:44:20 UTC  |  Edited by: Bam Stroker
Nashh has done awesome things in the space of player gatherings and EVE_NT is one of the most respected events in the world. His community focus is needed on the CSM and his expertise with tournaments and evesports makes him an even more valuable commodity.

If I was on your ballot for CSMX, Nashh should be on your ballot for CSMXI. He’ll be #1 on mine.

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#11 - 2015-10-06 08:16:23 UTC
On my list bro! While I don't know Nashh personally, his community work speaks for itself! We need someone like Nashh with his manifesto on the CSM.

Astroyka

A New Eden pilot, fighting against slavery in New Eden

www.astroyka.net

@Astroyka

#12 - 2015-10-06 08:21:35 UTC
He also has a thing for micro breweries, which automatically propels him high up on any list of mine!

#13 - 2015-10-06 08:24:19 UTC
Nashh Baby is the man. You just can't argue with his passion and enthusiasm for the game. I know him well, and I thoroughly recommend giving him your vote.

He is a talented speaker, writer, leader and motivator. He will listen to your ideas and will put them forward in the most suitable way.

+1

I was found guilty of Nitshe by the CoCaP

Ministry of Inappropriate Footwork
#14 - 2015-10-06 09:18:47 UTC
You have my autocannon.
#15 - 2015-10-06 11:12:17 UTC
And my axe.

Knowing Nash for 2 years already has been a thrilling experience, especially considering how much time and effort he invests into anything he does, it is safe to say Eve would not be the same experience for me if it weren't Nash. I vouch that because of his dedication, his wife has threatened with divorce multiple times but he never caved in (/end_joke). He will be #1 on my list not because he is my CEO, but because he has proven time and time again that he is both willing and capable of good work.
A Band Apart.
#16 - 2015-10-06 11:13:16 UTC
I've known and worked with Nashh almost as long as I've been playing Eve. From way back in the Celebrity Deathmatch days when I clobbered his Myrm with my Drake! The guy has a Tattoo on his back that I designed for him. So needless to say we go way back.

Seriously though, I can't think of anyone I'd rather curse with a CSM seat than Nashh. He'll do an awesome job and represent all of us well on the council. He is easily bought and influenced, and will truly uphold the very best of our pirate traditions. No one can deny that he has a heart and a knack for Eve and for in-game and out of game events, so his platform is one which deserves our support and more attention from CCP.

Nashh will be on my list this year.

http://eveoganda.blogspot.com

Shadow Cartel
#17 - 2015-10-06 11:20:16 UTC
Was looking out for this one. Nashh is an awesome bloke, and what can I say, I owe him one for shouting a taxi for me to get back to my hotel in the evening after helping set up for the first ever EVE_NT. The scale of the event he's created from scratch shows exactly what this man can do. He has a good group of people that support him, and if anyone will give you a chance to speak to him about your ideas, it'll be Nashh. He knows his game, particularly the low sec aspect, which is always good to have on a CSM. He's a genuinely nice bloke, who always replies to my tweets and puts up with me asking him all sorts of things about EVE_NT all the time. :P
Short of an alliance mate applying (highly unlikely), Nashh will be my #1 vote, and he should be yours too.
Neo-Bushido Movement
#18 - 2015-10-06 11:46:38 UTC
Quote:

Faction Warfare plexes need to be changed - PLEXes need to force people to bring bigger ships.


Yeah, no.
The Clown Car
#19 - 2015-10-06 12:38:01 UTC
In my dealings with Nashh through our crazy nullsec deployments and the AT, he has been nothing but an awesome person to work with. I believe he has more then earned my support, as his platform is exactly what i want to expand and improve in EVE.
I have absolute confidence that nashh will be a cornerstone of the next CSM and hope others share the same sentiment.
Arataka Research Consortium
#20 - 2015-10-06 12:41:05 UTC
Like many I cut my PvP teeth in lowsec, and still enjoy the odd roam/hunt around. From the few conversations we've shared outside of EVE, I get the sense that he is someone who knows the difference between when to share views and press matters, and when to listen and take other views and ideas on board. His dedication to what drives him is pretty evident, and I'd be very happy to see that continue on as a member of the CSM.
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