EVE·o·man·cy [EEV-oh-man-see]

crystalball noun

  1. the practice of using signs gleaned from dev blogs and other official utterances to foretell the impact of future EVE software releases.
  2. a systematic method with which to organize what appear to be disjointed, random tidbits of information about upcoming software patches and unite them into a cohesive whole to predict the fate of the game.
  3. discussion of the existence of portents in CCP official communication that may indicate favor or disfavor toward any one group in the player community.

Yeah, I figure it’s time to throw in the towel for the day when I find myself spending too many brain cells speculating about what this chart means.

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About Suzariel Kel-Paten

Software developer by day, writer and EVE player by night. My three mains are Suzariel Kel-Paten, Ystvan Chang, and Weyland Zaslow. I live in the Southeastern US with my husband and our cats and dogs. I have a Twitter account (@suzariel), but I mostly just read and don't often post there.

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