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TheExtruder
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Malicious Destruction
War Against the Manifest
Posted - 2011.08.16 09:38:00 - [1]
 

Edited by: TheExtruder on 04/09/2011 18:39:43
Edited by: TheExtruder on 16/08/2011 09:46:36
Currently the tutorial for beginners is unpolished and will eventually need to be renewed, in fact CCP is probably working on ideas and angles for the future of NPE (New Player Experience) as we speak.

I would like to introduce a rough draft for a new angle on the new eve tutorial (that is inevitably coming in the near future).


The Jovian capsules are limited edition, they are not produced anymore, they were a one time thing.

The jovian technologi works flawlessly, but people still malfunction. Which leads to problems connected to cloning and rebirth, which in turn leads to brain damage, one of them which is amnesia.

The leaders and politicians in eve will have a new "trend", which is to recycle all the brain damaged and 'lost cause' capsuleers and give them a new identity and put them to work as workers (miners, soldiers, builders).

As soon as a new player enters eve, he will have flashes of his future (glitch in the machine of the jovian technology). This is considered as a normal part of the recycling process.

These flashes are short playable big battle scenarios. The purpose for these short scenarios is: To give new players in eve a taste of wide range of exciting ships and battles that are possible, and also the "future vision" that is shared by everyone in the game. So every time eve is coming out with a new expansion. They can introduce it to new players by letting them try out the new functions in the 'future flashes'


 

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