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Dev blog: Fanfest 2017 – The Kyonoke Inquest

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#1 - 2017-03-30 15:32:54 UTC  |  Edited by: CCP Phantom
This year the venue for Fanfest 2017 will be transformed into the H4-RP4 Kyonoke Inquest Center. Remember, H4-RP4 Kyonoke Inquest Center is a Keepstar class citadel gravlocked to a quarantined backwater Astral Mining facility in Postouvin.

Fanfest attendees are invited to take part in an immersive event over the course of the three days of Fanfest 2017 from April 6 - 8! Their actions will ultimately decide the outcome of the situation as well as the responses to the containment situations by each of the empires.

Check out the exciting details in the latest dev blog Fanfest 2017 – The Kyonoke Inquest

CCP Phantom - Senior Community Developer

Amarr Empire
#2 - 2017-03-30 15:55:33 UTC  |  Edited by: virm pasuul
Please let there be Eve meta around this with factions interfering with other factions progress :)
Make it happen guys and gals :)

Amarr Empire citizens are hereby ordered to pretend to be agents from other factions and give their citizens useless tasks to keep them busy and out of the picture. You will know who to give false tasks to by their Empire ID which will be on display.
#3 - 2017-03-30 17:53:07 UTC
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Be aware though, to complete some of these activities and tasks, you may need assistance from your wingmen within EVE Online.


I'm sceptical about that but we will see in a week.

Akrasjel Lanate

CEO of Lanate Industries

Citizen of Solitude

Gallente Federation
#4 - 2017-03-30 18:07:20 UTC
Well after reading I found this little part.

"Attendees are invited to take part in an immersive event over the course of the three days of Fanfest 2017, and your actions will ultimately decide the outcome of the situation"

I can say after 7 years on and of in eve I know the outcome already there will be a few 100 backstabbing real life drama about said backstabbing lots of tears and 30+ men behaving like 5 years olds. And in the end every on on the station will die because no one gives a damn. There is not such thing has nice or heroic eve players.
WE FORM V0LTA
#5 - 2017-03-30 18:58:13 UTC
They all will be drunk. Ain't gonna make it. ;)
#6 - 2017-03-30 22:38:22 UTC  |  Edited by: puraido tanuki
2nd ctrlZctrlZcrtlZ 3rdtime post in my whole career and unfortunately not going to iceland.

YES please more.

may I iterate this?

YES please more.

thanks

as in principle we are all roleplayers i fully endorse this message and procedure and wish all participants the best of luck.

hail whatever,
pt.
Caldari State
#7 - 2017-03-31 08:41:52 UTC
Don't mean to be insincere, but CCPlz.

I used to participate in roleplay, but one can't really argue the ability to host big events like this, but also ending a little to well scripted and one sided with proposed idea that it will have do or don't results. No grey results, let alone 49 shades of it.
With a little underwhelming results in my recent memory with Caldari Prime, Drifters vs Jamyl etc; and the inabilities to make a real impact against the Sansha menace, with Concord still bleeding isk at an impressive rate 6 years on.

Generally it turns out 'Everyone dies,' with capsule pilots being posed as heartless against a rigged pre-planned deck. Then we are asked to care, again and again?

Capsule pilots have no power!

Ugh
#8 - 2017-03-31 17:30:36 UTC  |  Edited by: Nana Skalski
Deka Obi wrote:
Don't mean to be insincere, but CCPlz.

I used to participate in roleplay, but one can't really argue the ability to host big events like this, but also ending a little to well scripted and one sided with proposed idea that it will have do or don't results. No grey results, let alone 49 shades of it.
With a little underwhelming results in my recent memory with Caldari Prime, Drifters vs Jamyl etc; and the inabilities to make a real impact against the Sansha menace, with Concord still bleeding isk at an impressive rate 6 years on.

Generally it turns out 'Everyone dies,' with capsule pilots being posed as heartless against a rigged pre-planned deck. Then we are asked to care, again and again?

Capsule pilots have no power!

Ugh

Your power ended when he saw what you have done. CONCORD always wins. There are forces beyond your understanding.
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