Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Blog Banter 41: Director's Cut

Welcome to the 41st edition of the EVE community Blog Banter, the cross-blog discussion that shakes the hive mind of the blogging community to see what's making that rattling sound.

Anyone and everyone is encouraged to take part, whether by writing a blogpost entry to add to the list below or just by reading and commenting on the musings of others. Don't be shy.

For more of an idea how this strange tradition works, check out the previous Blog Banters by following the link at the top of this page or take a look at Knights of the Banter, a recent post about the usual suspects and history of the Blog Banter initiative.

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Kubrick wasn't happy about the price of PLEX
So, on with the topic:

BB41: Director's Cut

The universe of EVE is not without its drama and epic stories, both in and out of game. Imagine a publisher, movie studio or television network asked you to prepare a pitch for a new brand of EVE-flavoured entertainment. This could be your big break, what would be your synopsis to bring New Eden to the wider audience?

Fevered Scribblings from the Blogging Imaginarium:


  1. Lets start!

  2. Not easy this one Stan... not easy...

  3. OK done one in an IMDB style. Do you know how hard it is to find a picture of CCP Guard looking like a barman or CCP Punkturis looking like a Nyx captain?

  4. And here we go:

  5. My entry is finally up at:

    And I didn't even write words this time.

  6. Heh, somehow I missed this.

  7. If someone want a subject, how about a disaster movie showing the crew of a ganked obelisk in uadema, and the one of the ganker ships, enrolled for high pay but knowing that their risk to die are high ? that would be pretty original for sure ^^

    or~ What I'd like to watch on the CQ screen.

    "YC113 An Empyrean Odyssey"

  9. Here you go! Happened to have a script ready for you.

    Great topic, thanks!


    Writing this made me want coffee...


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