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  • Date of Birth: 2006-05-17 04:31
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Silas Vitalia

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  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Halcyon Ember wrote:


    It just seems interesting that you time your return now, to when every other Capsuleer seems to be espousing some form of Sani doctrine, rather than when it's a quiet subject mostly ignored. Wishing to ride the wave of popularity, or too offended to sit quietly and see it done badly?


    Just a few replies:

    Flavor-of-the-month capsuleer pledges of loyalty and proclamations of faith are nothing new, for example look up some of the old IGS records when Dear Sansha was tut-tutting about Empire space...you'd think half the cluster's capsuleers had pledged their undying loyalty. I don't see nearly as much flying those banners now.

    In any case Faith is rarely a 'quiet' subject for True Amarr.

    And to your questions: no and no.

    My business and plans are my own for the moment, although I'm working towards making it the business of a few specific people soon, don't worry! *smiles*

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Halcyon Ember wrote:


    It does seem as if it's safer to return to the Galactic Sani scene currently.


    From social repercussions? I've found over the years that only the capsuleer pretenders tend to worry about being ostracized, since they know they will lose the taste for it in a few years and have to go back to whatever they were doing before they jumped on the bandwagon. Just check the rosters of all the Imperial-aligned capsuleer groups who take in "ex" Sabik with a few sprinkles of forgiveness and "mea culplas" from the offenders.

    For the lifers though, I imagine nothing has changed. it's not as if we can take a stroll on Amarr Prime or be physically present outside of CONCORD controlled station areas in any Imperial territory without, well, painful things happening.

    Capsuleer ridicule for half-assed Sani converts crowing from station interiors should always be met with appropriate derision, however.





  • TLF took the warzone in EVE Communication Center

    Is this whole thing still a useful avenue for market manipulation or have the proles caught on a bit to the to-and-fro?

    Also let's get a few Empire representatives in here to eat the appropriate amount of crow.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Sinjin Mokk wrote:
    Hello old friend...

    Speaking as one of your former ne'er-do-well lo-sec killers, I think my associates in Pandemic Horde can provide what you're looking for.

    ( I would suggest losing the interest in slavery and blood drinking...I mean if you're looking for new friends, that can be a bit off-putting).

    We run most of Pure Blind and Fade, control the trade markets in Perimeter, and can get you set up quite well. Horde has something to offer anyone and takes in most anyone.Strangely perhaps, you'd fit right in.



    Very good to see you doing good work. I'll be in touch soon about all the things. Away from the pod for the next week or two getting some affairs in order but I suspect full speed ahead on a few fronts after that.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Sinti Vailatti wrote:
    Hi Silas!

    Not sure if I want to give you a hug or a blaster to the back of the skull, but still...it's been a while.



    Why not both?

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    AEther Galatia wrote:


    Were you are were you not around for... oh what were they dubbing it. World War Goon or something a rather?


    Around for many years beforehand. Indisposed for a year or so on either end of that conflict it would seem.


  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Davlos.

    I remember you. You're fabulous. Good to see you still among us.

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    Deitra Vess wrote:
    Wouldn't be a giant leap to assume Silas will be graced by their holiest of presences....


    It would, as they don't often stick their necks out so far from home.

    In any case let's please not associate me with whatever it is that's been going on in that area, conflict-wise or politically. I'm not remotely interested outside of the occasional verbal interjection, religious similarities or private communiques aside.

    For the record, regarding current combat in the militia areas and all associated organizations of loyalists, heathens, and what-have-you:

    I won't be coming to anyone's aid, nor shooting anyone there on behalf of anyone else, or likely coming within several regions.

    I've got a few bigger fish to fry, with larger payloads, and new friends to make elsewhere!

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Gaven Lok'ri wrote:


    Yes, you do need to catch up, given that your insults are impressively out of date.



    Not really. The old ones still work. *smile* I checked up on recent combat work, I had to go back something like... seventy or eighty ship losses before I saw anything larger than a frigate or destroyer? I'm assuming you don't fly frigates in your parades, but big golden, shiny clean battleships? It's not something to be embarrassed about of course I know many lovely deadly frigate experts, it's the nature of the theater you all immerse yourselves in. But my little jest probably still a good core of truth to it. *smiles*

    Gaven Lok'ri wrote:

    On a more gossipy note, Admiral Newelle got elevated to Holder by House Sarum for service in the Succession Trial. This means that Aldrith is now a Lord Consort.


    Goodness gracious the Empire is just letting anyone up the ladder these days! Congratulations I suppose? Maybe in a few more generations they'll make a respectable family out of them with a few good marriages into proper stock.

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    Arrendis wrote:


    There's more out there, of course, but that's my 0.02 ISK.



    That is indeed an excellent list and description, and a few names I was also looking into. You have my thanks for being so helpful. Will be remembered.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    James Syagrius wrote:
    Well, the Dread Lady herself.

    My day just improved.


    So very good to see you still among us.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Gaven Lok'ri wrote:


    I think you might be mistaking putting on a good parade for effectiveness.


    That's rich, it's usually PIE mistaking putting masturbatory congratulation parades in high sec for fielding those same ships on-field where they can get the paint scratched.

    Good to be back I've missed some of this verbal repartee.

    Let's stick to subject though, give me some good gossip or good cut-throat capsuleer groups to investigate membership.






  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    ValentinaDLM wrote:
    It is nice to have a Sabik that is not all talk, I vaguely remember Khanid Provincial Vanguard fighting in Querious years ago, I don't really remember how you got from there to here, but presumably, you know what you are doing, and in this community there are far more talkers than doers.


    Good memory, that was... about 6 years ago I believe? We held a few systems in Querious in those days for the Kingdom (another lifetime ago..), but if I recall it right, you all sold our friends out to PL and we all got rolled all the way back to lowsec. Something like that, yes? Such goes null life.

    I still remember losing the A-2 station. Much blood for those left to defend as we pulled out.

    The intervening years were much more interesting.



  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Kalaratiri wrote:
    Hello Silas.

    What interesting timing you have.

    Does this mean we have more spectacular parties to look forwards to?

    I do hope so.



    Nothing worth celebrating in this moment, still getting the lay of the land. Rest assured gatherings will be had when it's right to do so *smile*

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Graelyn wrote:
    Well, look at that.



    That alliance ID after your name. I must have hit my head harder than I thought.

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    Arrendis wrote:
    Yeah. S'why I said it. Shocking, I know.

    And Ember, if I was going for brevity:

    Feces occurred.



    Actually how are your lot doing? I heard there was a whole 'world beer war' or some nonesense? Much gnashing of teeth from many people on all sides?


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    Casserina Leshrac wrote:
    You know at this rate I may just have a Welcome Back Domina Party at the Zyphillian Gate.

    A little Bloodwine (Amarr of course) of course some dancing.

    Maybe the Scope or the Discourse will show.


    That's terribly kind of you, but let's hold that off for just a bit!

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    Arrendis wrote:
    What you've missed:

    Things happened, people who lived in one place moved to another. People who lived there moved somewhere else. This happened a few times, and nothing's really changed.

    Everyone living in [insert area of space you're not in] is utterly irrelevant, doing nothing anyone cares about. The people in [part of space you're in] are mostly idiots, but there's a few decent folks who seem to be ok. [Someone you don't care about] went and [past tense of verb you don't care about] to [other people you don't care about].


    Ennui hits for wrecking damage.

    Arrendis wrote:

    And a whole lot of people got their knickers in a twist over it all.


    I believe "Knickers Twisting" is mandated to be trained to a high level by all graduating capsuleers these days.

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    Deitra Vess wrote:


    Time will tell on that one though lets be honest, I wouldn't be surprised if that was the case. I also look forward to it. Can't really learn combat without actually engaging in it and new opponents will only force more skill growth. I'm not where I want to be as an FC or a tackle pilot, though I'll never be there. Theres also the plus of I would imagine another enemy who is shooting at my enemies. Wheres the negative here? Life loss? More like less life lost when it matters against enemies who are priority.


    Blink


    A most excellent attitude, although I doubt we'll cross paths if you primarily operate in the militia theater, I found the whole area terribly boring.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Deitra Vess wrote:
    ... looks like pie has their work cut out for them.

    Yay.



    PIE is a shadow of their former selves, except for a few old die-hards still carrying what remains of their flame. The only work PIE should be doing is to stop that ridiculous border skirmish they've been wasting time with for the last six or seven years. Maybe go on a few old-fashioned crusades instead?

    We need to Make PIE Great Again! I should sell a hat.

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