This is a collection of short in-character fiction pieces about Awakened Industries, a group of capsuleers and their crews living in the enigmatic and dangerous regions of Wormhole Space in EVE Online. None of the protagonists are actual characters or corporations in-game. All similarities with persons fictional or real are possibly coincidental and only sometimes intentional. - Emergent Patroller

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: The stories on this blog contain mature themes involving sexuality and violence and are not suitable for minors or sensitive people.

4 Feb 2013

OOC Entry 72 - Lightning in the distance

That latest story of mine has built up like a massive thunderstorm darkening the sky and growing ever more menacing.

Now the release of the final confrontation is almost among us.

In the depths of space Hegomir Torstan is struggling with the alien machine the capsuleers of Awakened Industries have captured while the Yanissary order is launching their attack.

Somewhere out there is Arrakh with his Arclight Alliance fleet and Kassina Vikkonen is on her way to bring back Tomoe Sairinen whom she had captured. The question is whether anybody will still be there to receive her and pay for her work should she arrive in one piece.

Maybe you, my readers, are getting restless and all fidgety as things become more and more tense. Maybe you would wish to see things come to a conclusion quickly, but the episodes are just too short.

That has two reasons. On one hand, I have come to the conclusion that three pages A4/Letter format are about as much as one can comfortably read on a screen before the eyes become strained. The other reason is less altruistic. As you will have gathered from my more irregular release schedule and my OOC posts, I have been rather busy IRL. The fact that I had to take over work from a sick colleague and my need to maintain a social life and consumate a relationship have all taken their toll, which means less time to play and less time to write.

Still, I want to keep the ball rolling and I very much hope that this story can be concluded before February turns into March.

One may always hope.

Just in case you missed that link above, here it is: Engineering Peace - Part 6

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