EON 25. It's here and it's smashing!

I thought it best to include the definition of smashing for the non-Brits! 

Adj. 1. smashing - very good; "he did a bully job"; "a neat sports car"; "had a great time at the party"; "you look simply smashing"

First things first. That is a very nice cover. Where's the Minmatar ship though? Probably fell apart when it hit the glass! More duct tape needed!


Flicking through, there is a nice full page advert for Roc Wieler's newest album, YC113.

The first thing I read was a homage to Crazy Kinux. Well written Zapatero.

Strangely enough, I find The 0.0 Report more interesting now that I am no longer a null sec dweller.

I'm glad to see some familiar faces in the Postcards from the edge section. Nice pictures they are too.

Cool. An interview with CCP Zulu and CCP Tallest. I'll look forward to reading those.

A profile on Vuk Lau! I sometimes miss being part of the Northern Coalition. Not the last number of months of it's existence as that was a nightmare. The time spent with m3 Corp and the fun we had.

A list of EVE's greatest scams. It's amazing how many people fall for some simple scams!

The main section is about rebuilding 0.0 and ways it could be done. I'll have to set some time for that when I can give it the attention it deserves.

Kirith Kodachi has gathered together a number of the ship fits used in the latest Alliance Tournament for this issues TestFlight.

A good little write up about the CSM 6 by Mike Azariah.

The knowledge base has a bit about mercenaries. I didn't know The 0rphanage were mercs!

There are so many things I still haven't done. This amazes me. The Incursions article makes me want to try that too!

Angus McDecoy brings his excellent role playing expertise into play with a Concord article.

A great Warp Drive Active strip!

Issue #025 - Published 7th October 2011

Dominion was the last time the foundations of null-sec were reformed and, while intentions were good, two years on things haven't turned out quite as hoped. Now CCP is preparing to set things right again, only this time with long-term vision that could impact not just 0.0 space, but every part of EVE Online. Massively.com's Brendan Drain explores the potential for EVE's long-term future and sees reason to be quietly optimistic.

If you weren't tempted into EVE by the boasts of an impending expansion, it may have been due to the exploits of the players - those that have stolen and scammed their way to become New Eden's most notorious characters. From Nightfreeze to Cally and from Remedial to Istvaan Shogaatsu, we look at the 10 biggest thefts and most notorious scams that dominated EVE's early years.

The Noble Exchange has probably been the most contentious addition to EVE since the game first went live, providing a means for characters to dress themselves up in specialist virtual clothing at a premium non-game-breaking price. We fired off a load of questions to CCP to see how business has been going and ask what's in store for the next iteration of NeX as a new expansion nears.

Six months on since they were introduced to New Eden, we evaluate and explore EVE's most recent gameplay addition, with a guide to joining and emerging victorious against the Sansha hordes. Also in our expanded 15-page Knowledge Base Guide section we dig behind the back story to bring you the definitive history of CONCORD.

In Crowd with CCP Zulu & CCP Tallest
0utbreak, Vuk Lau and Colossus Technologies profiled
The latest CSM and 0.0 Report
The CrazyKinux Story
All you need to know about hiring mercenaries
Alliance Tournament Testflight
The Rise & Fall of ATLAS
Apocalypse under the spotlight
Who's top of the BattleClinic Rankings?


Notice the hole in the glass.. It's obvious that the Minmatar Typhoon led the way for the other races!!

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