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What made you become a capsuleer?

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Elmund Egivand
Sebestacny Circle
#21 - 2016-07-31 12:18:46 UTC
Lord Kailethre wrote:
Ottom Ephesianos wrote:
I began my career as a pod pilot in order to wreak vengeance upon them that would tarnish the illustrious name of the Ephesianos line.

Growing up in an Amarr Navy household was very regal in the times of my youth. We had some of the most lovely slaves and a house to die for. My grandfather was an admiral and my father was working up the chain of command as well. My mother was a home maker and as for myself; I spent endless hours playing with the help. Helping the help so they could finish their chores and when we were done, we did what I wanted to do. Which was play.

Before I could get myself shipped off to military school my grandfather and father both deployed with the Golden Fleet into Jovian space. The Battle of Antioch was short lived and their ships were obliterated. Waking up in home vats, returning from the warfronts early, the house prepared a feast.

A feast interrupted by Amarr officials claiming the Ephesianos lines as well as many others were broken due to lack of faith. Weapons design, shields, armor and intel had nothing to do with it.

The last I saw of my home was it's sack by Amarr hands. My mother in chains and my fathers ritualistic suicides to see me sent away. Those slavers even killed my friends. Our house slaves.

Since then I have renounced slavery, as any True Amarrian should.

And know this, there is no honor left in the cesspool of Amarr culture and religious zealotry. Only animals with enough gun power to slave yet not enough spirit to save.

-otto


Tarnishing your own name right here.


At least what he is writing this time is actually legible.

A Minmatar warship is like a rusting Beetle with 500 horsepower Cardillac engines in the rear, armour plating bolted to chassis and a M2 Browning stuck on top.

Odelya d'Hanguest
Order of St. Severian
#22 - 2016-07-31 12:35:06 UTC
Ottom Ephesianos wrote:
The last I saw of my home was it's sack by Amarr hands. My mother in chains and my fathers ritualistic suicides to see me sent away. Those slavers even killed my friends. Our house slaves.

Since then I have renounced slavery, as any True Amarrian should.

And know this, there is no honor left in the cesspool of Amarr culture and religious zealotry. Only animals with enough gun power to slave yet not enough spirit to save.

-otto

What a sad story... But couldn't you have followed a different path than becoming a capsuleer? I hear that therapeutic painting and expressionist dance are helpful with many personality disorders and psychological problems.
Lord Kailethre
Oruze Cruise
White Stag Exit Bag
#23 - 2016-07-31 13:28:31 UTC
Elmund Egivand wrote:
Lord Kailethre wrote:
Ottom Ephesianos wrote:
I began my career as a pod pilot in order to wreak vengeance upon them that would tarnish the illustrious name of the Ephesianos line.

Growing up in an Amarr Navy household was very regal in the times of my youth. We had some of the most lovely slaves and a house to die for. My grandfather was an admiral and my father was working up the chain of command as well. My mother was a home maker and as for myself; I spent endless hours playing with the help. Helping the help so they could finish their chores and when we were done, we did what I wanted to do. Which was play.

Before I could get myself shipped off to military school my grandfather and father both deployed with the Golden Fleet into Jovian space. The Battle of Antioch was short lived and their ships were obliterated. Waking up in home vats, returning from the warfronts early, the house prepared a feast.

A feast interrupted by Amarr officials claiming the Ephesianos lines as well as many others were broken due to lack of faith. Weapons design, shields, armor and intel had nothing to do with it.

The last I saw of my home was it's sack by Amarr hands. My mother in chains and my fathers ritualistic suicides to see me sent away. Those slavers even killed my friends. Our house slaves.

Since then I have renounced slavery, as any True Amarrian should.

And know this, there is no honor left in the cesspool of Amarr culture and religious zealotry. Only animals with enough gun power to slave yet not enough spirit to save.

-otto


Tarnishing your own name right here.


At least what he is writing this time is actually legible.


In the sense that I can read it, yes. But what he writes doesn't really make any sense per the usual.
Elmund Egivand
Sebestacny Circle
#24 - 2016-07-31 13:36:17 UTC  |  Edited by: Elmund Egivand
Lord Kailethre wrote:
Elmund Egivand wrote:
Lord Kailethre wrote:
Ottom Ephesianos wrote:
I began my career as a pod pilot in order to wreak vengeance upon them that would tarnish the illustrious name of the Ephesianos line.

Growing up in an Amarr Navy household was very regal in the times of my youth. We had some of the most lovely slaves and a house to die for. My grandfather was an admiral and my father was working up the chain of command as well. My mother was a home maker and as for myself; I spent endless hours playing with the help. Helping the help so they could finish their chores and when we were done, we did what I wanted to do. Which was play.

Before I could get myself shipped off to military school my grandfather and father both deployed with the Golden Fleet into Jovian space. The Battle of Antioch was short lived and their ships were obliterated. Waking up in home vats, returning from the warfronts early, the house prepared a feast.

A feast interrupted by Amarr officials claiming the Ephesianos lines as well as many others were broken due to lack of faith. Weapons design, shields, armor and intel had nothing to do with it.

The last I saw of my home was it's sack by Amarr hands. My mother in chains and my fathers ritualistic suicides to see me sent away. Those slavers even killed my friends. Our house slaves.

Since then I have renounced slavery, as any True Amarrian should.

And know this, there is no honor left in the cesspool of Amarr culture and religious zealotry. Only animals with enough gun power to slave yet not enough spirit to save.

-otto


Tarnishing your own name right here.


At least what he is writing this time is actually legible.


In the sense that I can read it, yes. But what he writes doesn't really make any sense per the usual.


Makes about as much sense as holoreel dinnertime drama. However, credit where it is due, it's actually readable now.

A Minmatar warship is like a rusting Beetle with 500 horsepower Cardillac engines in the rear, armour plating bolted to chassis and a M2 Browning stuck on top.

Tabris Katz
The Forgotten Children
#25 - 2016-08-02 14:58:03 UTC
Tabris Katz wrote:
Reasons change with time and I find what compelled me to the stars is not the same as what keeps me here.

When I first underwent the process to make capsuleer, it was to explore. The opportunity to leave my home in a far flung corner of the Federation and to experience space in a way few would ever be able to was irresistible. Don't get me wrong, I loved my home and my family was everything one could ask for. I just need more and my parents understood that. To me space was the unknown and the unknown has always called for me. I remember one time I ditched a week of secondary school explore a small canyon just outside of town. I did that simply because I had never been there before and want to explore it.

My reasons currently are much different. Since I became a capsuleer, I've seen and experienced so much. I saw the dangers facing the Cluster: pirates, drug lords, megalomaniacs, religious fanatics, and the mysterious aggressors. More importantly I found love among the stars and married an Amarrian woman, Leliel. However our love was cut short when she was kidnapped from the SOE station in the Sigga star system, at that moment my life became clear.

The reason I live among the stars is to find Leliel! To find who took her! To return her to her family! To make sure those operate outside the law or threaten the safety of the Cluster are never able to harm another family in the way mine was harmed!

Tabris Katz
The Forgotten Children
#26 - 2016-08-02 14:58:52 UTC
delete pervious and current post, please
Ninavask
Alexylva Paradox
#27 - 2016-08-07 23:48:04 UTC
To put it simply the real reason I became a Capsuleer was to prove something after Malkalen. After my parents were killed in the Caldari Invasion I felt as if I had abandoned them somehow since I had left the service for C.A.S. and a degree. When I was found to be a match genetically, I took the opportunity. I felt if I made a difference as a Capsuleer, maybe I would feel less like my parents died for nothing. If I could achieve something they never had the chance to maybe that would make up for their loss.

Or maybe I just wanted revenge. Ah the dreams of the naïve.

Dr. Ninavask Revan

Colonist

Alexylva Paradox

The views above are the opinions and beliefs of Dr. Ninavask and do in no way reflect on his employeers or associates at the time of posting.

Nitshe Razvedka
#28 - 2016-08-09 13:32:09 UTC
My history is classified. No-one in this communication has the security clearance to find out.



but if you have a pretty face and buy me a beer I'll tell all.......

Thieving pirates discuss INTEGRITY; Anarchist gankers give us LAWS; and Whoring merc's cry then blow off clients with INSULTS.

Up is down and down is up in the C&P Forum.

Claudia Osyn
Non-Hostile Target
Wild Geese.
#29 - 2016-08-09 23:54:52 UTC
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:
My history is classified. No-one in this communication has the security clearance to find out.



but if you have a pretty face and buy me a beer I'll tell all.......

He was a male escort for high level CEO's, after years of getting it in the bum, he finally had all the blackmail material he needed to get into the Capsuleer program. The rest is history... Roll

A little trust goes a long way. The less you use, the further you'll go.

Nitshe Razvedka
#30 - 2016-08-10 00:43:51 UTC
Claudia Osyn wrote:
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:
My history is classified. No-one in this communication has the security clearance to find out.



but if you have a pretty face and buy me a beer I'll tell all.......

He was a male escort for high level CEO's, after years of getting it in the bum, he finally had all the blackmail material he needed to get into the Capsuleer program. The rest is history... Roll


You are a bad, bad, girl Claudia. You obviously have deviant fetish on the brain. Fortunately I have strong mystical Caldari powers that can set any wayward womyn from the Lesbos system straight.

Left in my company for any length of time I will have you increasing the Caldari population.

Long Live the Caldari State. o7

Thieving pirates discuss INTEGRITY; Anarchist gankers give us LAWS; and Whoring merc's cry then blow off clients with INSULTS.

Up is down and down is up in the C&P Forum.

Mengyao Chemineau
Sanxing Yi
#31 - 2016-08-10 05:00:54 UTC
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:
but if you have a pretty face and buy me a beer I'll tell all.......

You're a little below my usual standards but I'd buy you that beer.

I became a capsuleer because I had the opportunity and wanted a new way to serve my people.
Slayer Liberator
Pandemic Horde Inc.
Pandemic Horde
#32 - 2016-08-10 16:08:14 UTC
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:
Claudia Osyn wrote:
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:
My history is classified. No-one in this communication has the security clearance to find out.



but if you have a pretty face and buy me a beer I'll tell all.......

He was a male escort for high level CEO's, after years of getting it in the bum, he finally had all the blackmail material he needed to get into the Capsuleer program. The rest is history... Roll


You are a bad, bad, girl Claudia. You obviously have deviant fetish on the brain. Fortunately I have strong mystical Caldari powers that can set any wayward womyn from the Lesbos system straight.

Left in my company for any length of time I will have you increasing the Caldari population.

Long Live the Caldari State. o7


Yea and I can make the Gallente population go up whenever I go to a Caldari exotic dance Club and faster than you can
Claudia Osyn
Non-Hostile Target
Wild Geese.
#33 - 2016-08-10 19:30:19 UTC
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:


You are a bad, bad, girl Claudia.


Yes.
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:

You obviously have deviant fetish on the brain.
Didn't you know, all Gallente do....
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:

Left in my company for any length of time I will have you increasing the Caldari population.

Doubt it. You would have to survive the courtship ritual. I have my misgivings about your ability to do so.... Namely because I would shoot you for attempting them. Besides, I can't have kids.

A little trust goes a long way. The less you use, the further you'll go.

Nitshe Razvedka
#34 - 2016-08-10 21:04:59 UTC  |  Edited by: Nitshe Razvedka
I was going to let you press the automation button at a Caldari fertility test tube facility. I doubt you would enjoy the privilege now. I rescind my special thrill.

Most would jump at the thought of creating life. Your threats of guns and violence are abhorrent. What was I expecting from a Gallente?..........

Were you thinking I would water down the purity of the Caldari race to cross breed with you????????


Fantastical Gallente imagination.

Thieving pirates discuss INTEGRITY; Anarchist gankers give us LAWS; and Whoring merc's cry then blow off clients with INSULTS.

Up is down and down is up in the C&P Forum.

Slayer Liberator
Pandemic Horde Inc.
Pandemic Horde
#35 - 2016-08-12 03:42:57 UTC
Claudia Osyn wrote:
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:


You are a bad, bad, girl Claudia.


Yes.
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:

You obviously have deviant fetish on the brain.
Didn't you know, all Gallente do....
Nitshe Razvedka wrote:

Left in my company for any length of time I will have you increasing the Caldari population.

Doubt it. You would have to survive the courtship ritual. I have my misgivings about your ability to do so.... Namely because I would shoot you for attempting them. Besides, I can't have kids.

Where I grew up the courtship ritual involved surviving getting shot at by the person that you are courting or more likely their father or mother. I was never courted until I moved out and became a templar
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