Friday, November 7, 2014

A Farewell to Faction War


I’ve been puzzling for several days now on how to write this post. And decided that simplicity was probably the best way to go.


I’ve been in Faction War for over four year now. As much as I have enjoyed it, I have long since been due for a change. The one thing that always held me back was my extreme reluctance to leave everyone in Late Night Alliance –people I’ve flown with so long they practically feel like family.

Some of our Late Night members are veteran militia who have been around since Faction War was implemented into the game. So, it has long been assumed that the possibility of leaving militia would never be on the table.

However, over the last week, something changed. It turns out many of us in LNA have had similar feelings of boredom with Faction War. An opportunity arose, and the CEO of the alliance decided to make a bold decision. 


While the official ‘Late Night Alliance’ will remain behind in Faction War along with anyone who wishes to stay in militia, the large majority of Late Night pilots will be leaving militia –and the Minmatar warzone –as a group.


We will greatly miss our Minmatar friends, and the many memories we have shared. And, we will also miss our Amarrian frienemies who have provided us with many explosions over the years.

Thanks, and so long.


6 comments:

  1. I hope you find fun in wherever this leads you. I love the perspective I get from reading posts here and really do wish you the best of luck with wherever this change takes you in this strange mixed up world called EVE

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  2. Any hints on where you are going?

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  3. I'm just going to come straight out and ask this, are you guys planning to join Snuffed Out?

    I ask because Doomchinchilla has dropped a couple of hints in the lowsec thread on failheap lately regarding LNA and although I'm pretty sure he was joking I'd like to clear things up one way or the other.

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