EON Issue #028 Summer 2012

It arrived through my door.

Inhaling that fresh magazine smell when flicking through a newly opened magazine... Always a pleasure!

Aside from the lovely smell, in this issue there is a CSM7: Q1 review by Seleene. It also includes a lovely photo of himself with the lovely CCP Punktaris. The test flight is Kirith's final test flight and this time he turns to the CSM for their favourite ships and fittings.

CCP Loki and CCP Veritas are interviewed and we have two new chronicles which I'll enjoy reading. One of our favourite bloggers Seismic Stan proves his carebear  tendencies by doing a rather impressive write up on mining.

Skyward Sphere has section along with some good pictures. The game we saw during Incarna's premature build up is mentioned. A refreshed Stealth Bomber guide and a section about finding the right Corporation.

Oh. We can't forget the Rifter Hero Worship and that Shadow Cartel are number 10 in the Top 20 Alliances, can we!



EON Issue #028


Deep in the bowels of CCP's experimental gameplay lab, the future of mining is being discussed - and EVE's official magazine has been granted security clearance to join the coversation. Their final report forms the basis of this issue, looking at EVE's oldest profession, taking in the history of Hulkageddon and profiles of some of New Eden's biggest industrial corps.

Also in EON #028:

    • CSM7 Testflight - five members chose their favourite ships
    • Two great new Chronicles - Flesh and The Soulless Pilgrim
    • Guide to Stealth Bombing
    • Guide to Slay
    • How to find the Corp that's right for you
    • The new War Dec and Allies system
    • The Skyward Sphere story - how a Rifter took you into space
    • The future of the EVE API
    • The Rifter comes under the Hero Warship spotlight
    • Profiles of RPS Holdings, Enlightened Industries and Taggart Transdimensional
    • CSM7 reports on good early-season progress
    • Interviews with CCP Veritas and CCP Loki
...and lots, lots more

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