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Baltar Mengos

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  • Scylus Black for CSM XII. Faction Warfare, PVP and Low-Sec. in Council of Stellar Management

    Let’s bleach ourselves off with a true FW candidate in the shape of Scylus Black. He’s one of the most proeminent leaders of FW and a member of Templis CALSF, standing for lowsec, Faction Warfare and its accompanying small gang and solo elements. He mentions specifically that he submits his candidacy as an effort to represent the virtually never-represented Faction Warfare element.
    A strong point is made with him saying that Faction Warfare and lowsec can be a ‘gateway’ of transition to other types of gameplay or areas of the game in which people can activate, and as such deserves a good deal of care. There are a LOT of mechanics intertwined with FW that really only the people that do FW can know even exists, let alone how they interact and function. The other fact that there are almost no strict FW-focused candidates around should make him a solid vote on your voting slip, even if you don’t play in FW, for a balanced CSM.

    Caught this review at Crossing Zebras (https://crossingzebras.com/csm-candidates-roundup-6-12-february-roundup/) and I couldn't agree more. I'm not actively engaged in faction warfare fighting but I spend a lot of my time stocking markets and handling logistics for those groups (including Templis / Scylus' group) and I'll concur that Scylus is a standup guy and that a healthy low sec PVP environment is also beneficial for the industrialists, marketeers and haulers of low sec that help make epic fights and system sieges happen.