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#EVEathon – An Incredible Community Initiative

By CCP Falcon
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The EVE Online community is well known for its amazing charitable nature, despite the wars that rage in game, the vicious conflicts that erupt between alliances vying for power, and the general annoyance of being undercut on the market or blindsided when you’re travelling through lowsec. Since 2003, our pilots have raised more than $500,000 US for The Iceland Red Cross, Get Well Gamers, The Icelandic Children’s Hospital, Child’s Play Charity and in direct support of other EVE players. Over the ...

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Iconic Ships Reimagined - The Minmatar Rupture

By Team TriLambda
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Hello ship posting space friends, I'm CCP Pointy Bits and in this blog, I’m going to go through the design process behind the new Rupture-class cruiser and talk about our general thoughts on redesigns and graphics renovation in the art department on EVE. First, we’re going to go on a bit of a preamble about how redesigns are important to the artists here. Why do we do redesigns? EVE is a vast and beautiful universe, yet it was designed in the early 2000s by a very small concept art team in a ve...

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Introducing The New EVE Online Forums

By CCP Falcon
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Greetings Capsuleers of New Eden! As part of our drive to overhaul and refresh the web presence of EVE Online, one of the combined objectives of the Community Team and Web Team here at CCP has been to replace the current EVE Online forums with a more modern, stable and versatile system that we can build on for years to come. We’re happy to announce that after a long and gruelling process of deciding on new emojis, liberal testing, and many, many forum posts, we can now unveil the new EVE Online...

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Monthly Economic Report - May 2017

By CCP Quant
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This is the Monthly Economic Report (MER) for May 2017. The raw data and graphs that make up this report, including the killmail data, can be downloaded here (26 MB). The raw data for April 2017 can be downloaded here (30 MB). All graphs in this report can be clicked to enlarge them for better viewing.

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