There has been a lot of talk lately about the migration of Chinese players to Tranquility. The new RnK video addresses this by exploring a series of campaigns from the second half of 2017 where the two worlds met.
For those who aren’t aware, Chinese Law required the creation of a separate Eve server for people there to play. So there are two servers, TQ for the world and Serenity for China, ostensibly separated by the ‘Great Firewall of China’ (though in reality it’s fairly trivial for either group to access the other from a hardware/vpn standpoint).
The new video is a documentary about a series of campaigns in the second half of 2017, where the two servers briefly met (and in unexpected way). It also explores the forces and narratives behind the migration from Serenity to Tranquility.
(It features, too, the first large scale recordings of 5K battle footage - we can’t be letting Star Citizen have all the fun).
Having spent some time in Serenity, mostly trying in vain to maintain my dignity, I’m happy to answer any questions about Moe Moe’s, differences between the servers and space politics.