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Blobber NL
Deep Core Mining Inc.
Caldari State
#141 - 2012-05-04 22:33:14 UTC
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
Huh... now THIS is a surprise. Lol



Be noted that I write this with shaky hands after seeing that last pic. Shocked

¡Madre del amor hermoso!, as we would say around my neck o' the woods...



Kinky... Outfits... Me ... Likes... I already know what my female alt wil wear^^
Mashie Saldana
Jamgu Initiatives
#142 - 2012-05-05 01:25:18 UTC  |  Edited by: Mashie Saldana
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:

Holy crap, that is the dress that was available in the 2008 build of Ambulation: http://www.mashie.org/eve/WiS_screen_18.jpg

Edit - as the quoted link above has died here is the 2012 edition of that dress: http://www.mashie.org/eve/new_dress02.png



I like this one for some reason: http://www.mashie.org/eve/new_dress01.png
oldbutfeelingyoung
Perkone
Caldari State
#143 - 2012-05-05 02:07:57 UTC
now what will happen ? regular clothing or nexfail ?

R.S.I2014

Utremi Fasolasi
La Dolce Vita
#144 - 2012-05-05 04:08:55 UTC
Copine Callmeknau wrote:
CCP karkur wrote:
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
[quote=CCP karkur]

Oh, now that you're reading the thread back, there is a question about racial blending that sort of buggers me... will the players be allowed to be less than 50% of their original race? I think that the maximum amount of mix should be 50% original vs. 50% secondary, as it would not make sense that, say, an Amarr ended up being 10% Amarrian and 90% Gallentean...
Just to be clear, the skintypes I'm talking about are not the racial blending. After we have added the skintypes, you can be 100% Amarr and be black.

This seems a little..... odd


Not really, just think about how South Indians look. They are basically black skinned. Bantus are not the only lineages with black skin. Humans with many different facial and body shapes, forms and hair textures share that trait.
RAP ACTION HERO
#145 - 2012-05-05 05:03:40 UTC
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
Huh... now THIS is a surprise. Lol



Be noted that I write this with shaky hands after seeing that last pic. Shocked

¡Madre del amor hermoso!, as we would say around my neck o' the woods...


hey if making a lucy liu doll keeps you subbed. enjoy :)

vitoc erryday

Indahmawar Fazmarai
#146 - 2012-05-05 06:38:32 UTC
Mashie Saldana wrote:
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:

Holy crap, that is the dress that was available in the 2007 build of Ambulation: http://www.mashie.org/eve/WiS_screen_18.jpg


I like this one for some reason: http://www.mashie.org/eve/new_dress01.png


They're terribly badass. And sexy. In a sense, it's even laughable to think of Amarrian females wearing that kind of stuff... Lol

But then, with our feet back on the ground, we can easily make some sensible guesses.

- sensible guess #1: as this stuff hasn't been advertised, warned nor hinted in any way, that means that it is NOT in the PR threadmill yet.

- sensible guess #2: as it is not in the PR threadmill, this means that it's not going to be released any soon. Not with Inferno, certainly, es there's still a helluva Nex items unreleased since Incarna and Inferno is all about "war".

- sensible guess #3: if it's not going to be released yet, then they're on Sisi for testing purposes. So, enjoy them while the current Sisi build lasts.

Valerie Tessel
Center for Advanced Studies
Gallente Federation
#147 - 2012-05-05 06:44:54 UTC
I do hope to see these on Tranquility... http://i.imgur.com/L6RVD.jpg

Tactical destroyers... I'll take a dozen Gallente, please.

Indahmawar Fazmarai
#148 - 2012-05-05 07:04:49 UTC  |  Edited by: Indahmawar Fazmarai
Valerie Tessel wrote:
I do hope to see these on Tranquility... http://i.imgur.com/L6RVD.jpg


Geez, SuperVixens Online... Shocked
Joran Dravius
Doomheim
#149 - 2012-05-05 08:23:42 UTC
Copine Callmeknau wrote:
CCP karkur wrote:
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
CCP karkur wrote:
Rek Seven wrote:
A couple questions for team avatar (or anyone in the know)...

Do we have anything avatar related to look forward to in the next year?
We are adding new skintypes in Inferno (allowing you, for example, to be a black Amarr or white Brutor). I'm pretty excited about that, and I think it will add a lot of diversity to New Eden. We also have sleeve tattoos almost ready to go, and I hope we can add them sometime later this year.


Oh, now that you're reading the thread back, there is a question about racial blending that sort of buggers me... will the players be allowed to be less than 50% of their original race? I think that the maximum amount of mix should be 50% original vs. 50% secondary, as it would not make sense that, say, an Amarr ended up being 10% Amarrian and 90% Gallentean...
Just to be clear, the skintypes I'm talking about are not the racial blending. After we have added the skintypes, you can be 100% Amarr and be black.

This seems a little..... odd

That's exactly what it made me think of.
Indahmawar Fazmarai
#150 - 2012-05-05 12:31:30 UTC
Joran Dravius wrote:
Copine Callmeknau wrote:
CCP karkur wrote:
Just to be clear, the skintypes I'm talking about are not the racial blending. After we have added the skintypes, you can be 100% Amarr and be black.

This seems a little..... odd

That's exactly what it made me think of.


Yay, kinda. What is more close to me, i wonder wether "dark" skin options will be racially locked or if there will be several options for all at least. There are many ways to have a non-clear skin, some lend towards reddish, others towards brown, others towards dark brown, others towards olive.... it's not just snow white -> cream -> coffee -> chocolate -> black. I would be very disappointed if my main Ishtanchuk couldn't get a reddish tan, and would seriously crack me if i had to see Asian types with chocolate skin.
Lost True
Perkone
Caldari State
#151 - 2012-05-06 14:01:06 UTC
Indahmawar Fazmarai wrote:
Huh... now THIS is a surprise. Lol



Be noted that I write this with shaky hands after seeing that last pic. Shocked

¡Madre del amor hermoso!, as we would say around my neck o' the woods...


Edit: darn tinypic, hope imageshack links will perform better...


OMG
Those ones are really cool. I'll definitely buy some of that...Big smile

in 2007 i've thought it's a sci-fi simulator, not an "e-sports" game. I'm not a teenager, how would i like it much?

Ravcharas
Infinite Point
Test Alliance Please Ignore
#152 - 2012-05-06 20:01:19 UTC
Instead of shoehorning gameplay into Incarna maybe just release the assets together with tools for people to create their own clear skies or trailers or propaganda or whatever. The time-to-penis will be incredibly short but who knows, maybe one of the thousands of monkeys will produce something we would want CCP to recreate as a gameplay feature?
Gevlin
Planned Obsolescence.
No Visual.
#153 - 2012-05-06 22:41:29 UTC
Sadly, I think the sales approach towards introducing WIS to the strong FIS populus of eve is to follow FIS game play. WIS will need to have a FIS portion included in every step. So exploration and game play will be a will be nesesary


on a different Idea
There was concern about the lack of emersion about inviting people into other CQ. It would be similar docking procedure into stations were we enter get close to the station then.... instapop into my CQ. So I don't think there will be much of an issue of insta-pop into a friends CQ

Someday I will have the time to play. For now it is mining afk in High sec. In Cheap ships

ELECTR0FREAK
#154 - 2012-05-07 22:16:23 UTC  |  Edited by: ELECTR0FREAK
I support WiS as it gives me a way to put a face (aside from the tiny square photo) to a name in EVE-Online.

I too, would be happy with the "glorified chat room" for the time being. Anything that is immersive and allows me to do something when I don't have the time to fit a ship and spend an hour or more flying around with a fleet.

I enjoy socializing. I like talking with people and I think it would be cool to do it in an environment marginally more immersive than a chat window.

I played Earth and Beyond (any of you guys remember that)... and while a lot of running around stations picking up missions was annoying, it was cool seeing your buddies "in person".

Lastly, it might be enough to get my fiancee to play EVE. Right now she's mildly interested in the character creation and clothing, but once she realized that the only thing you can do with that character was walk around 1 room, she was immediately turned off. She didn't even really give learning how to fly a ship a chance.

My fiancee could probably play EVE Online quite happily as the owner of an establishment, like a club or a bar. She'd probably never undock, and she'd be perfectly happy with that. She played WoW, and rarely cared much about leveling up; she just wanted to be able to make more things and she was always disappointed that she couldn't own her own storefront.

I'd love to go out and blow up some internet spaceships, head back (in my pod, more than likely) and then head out on a trade run to grab her some more liquor.

Wishful thinking on my part perhaps...
bornaa
GRiD.
#155 - 2012-05-08 12:38:56 UTC
Valerie Tessel wrote:
I do hope to see these on Tranquility... http://i.imgur.com/L6RVD.jpg



dude... your boobs... Shocked
[Yes, I'm an Amateur](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRa-69uBmIw&feature=relmfu)
Jett0
The Two and Only
#156 - 2012-05-08 15:31:42 UTC
ELECTR0FREAK wrote:
My fiancee could probably play EVE Online quite happily as the owner of an establishment, like a club or a bar. She'd probably never undock, and she'd be perfectly happy with that. She played WoW, and rarely cared much about leveling up; she just wanted to be able to make more things and she was always disappointed that she couldn't own her own storefront.

I'd love to go out and blow up some internet spaceships, head back (in my pod, more than likely) and then head out on a trade run to grab her some more liquor.

Wishful thinking on my part perhaps...


A thousand times this.

If WiS can not only enhance current gameplay but be its own self-sufficient corner, then Team Avatar wins TWO cookies. I would love to see what someone like your fiancee could do with tools like The Sims. I'd totally go harvest some gas and sell so someone with Bartending V could make me a booster cocktail (in low sec, of course Big smile).

Occasionally plays sober

Lost True
Perkone
Caldari State
#157 - 2012-05-08 16:33:11 UTC
ELECTR0FREAK wrote:
Lastly, it might be enough to get my fiancee to play EVE. Right now she's mildly interested in the character creation and clothing, but once she realized that the only thing you can do with that character was walk around 1 room, she was immediately turned off. She didn't even really give learning how to fly a ship a chance.

My fiancee could probably play EVE Online quite happily as the owner of an establishment, like a club or a bar. She'd probably never undock, and she'd be perfectly happy with that. She played WoW, and rarely cared much about leveling up; she just wanted to be able to make more things and she was always disappointed that she couldn't own her own storefront.

I'd love to go out and blow up some internet spaceships, head back (in my pod, more than likely) and then head out on a trade run to grab her some more liquor.

Wishful thinking on my part perhaps...


That's one of the things why i want WiS.

I've thought about showing this game to my girlfriend... But what will i show?..

Even if she will be interested in spaceships, i don't want it , because i don't want such an unhealthy environment for her. All those gamers...

in 2007 i've thought it's a sci-fi simulator, not an "e-sports" game. I'm not a teenager, how would i like it much?

ELECTR0FREAK
#158 - 2012-05-08 17:31:14 UTC  |  Edited by: ELECTR0FREAK
Lost True wrote:
ELECTR0FREAK wrote:
Lastly, it might be enough to get my fiancee to play EVE. Right now she's mildly interested in the character creation and clothing, but once she realized that the only thing you can do with that character was walk around 1 room, she was immediately turned off. She didn't even really give learning how to fly a ship a chance.

My fiancee could probably play EVE Online quite happily as the owner of an establishment, like a club or a bar. She'd probably never undock, and she'd be perfectly happy with that. She played WoW, and rarely cared much about leveling up; she just wanted to be able to make more things and she was always disappointed that she couldn't own her own storefront.

I'd love to go out and blow up some internet spaceships, head back (in my pod, more than likely) and then head out on a trade run to grab her some more liquor.

Wishful thinking on my part perhaps...


That's one of the things why i want WiS.

I've thought about showing this game to my girlfriend... But what will i show?..

Even if she will be interested in spaceships, i don't want it , because i don't want such an unhealthy environment for her. All those gamers...


In WoW (which shames me to admit) I used to take her on raids and such when we were higher levels and she just didn't like them very much... not a big fan of the elitist pricks that tend to talk down to everyone that doesn't kit out the way they do. EVE has its own mix of those, along with a lot of griefers, and she won't be able to handle that; she's too soft-hearted. She played a Rogue in WoW because she didn't like being picked on by those sporting e-peen. She'd hide at the first sign of an enemy player, and the only time she ever fought back is if I was attacked, which often was pretty amusing watching her mash keys as she backstabbed the hell out of the poor guy who must have thought he was being baited by my Shaman. (Aww, <3 her!)

Ugh, but enough about WoW... we cancelled those subs a while back and neither of us have the desire to go back. I think she would actually like the EVE environment and backstory, but it's the EVE players she wouldn't be able to handle.

EVE is a gritty, dark place to live. But for people like my fiancee, that's not a problem... it's the people that would be looking to farm her tears that are the problem. I don't have a problem with it, it's why I've been playing EVE for over 8 years. But give people like my fiancee a safe haven where they can create something cool, and CCP will pull in new subs.
Indahmawar Fazmarai
#159 - 2012-05-08 19:21:09 UTC
ELECTR0FREAK wrote:
Lost True wrote:
ELECTR0FREAK wrote:
Lastly, it might be enough to get my fiancee to play EVE. Right now she's mildly interested in the character creation and clothing, but once she realized that the only thing you can do with that character was walk around 1 room, she was immediately turned off. She didn't even really give learning how to fly a ship a chance.

My fiancee could probably play EVE Online quite happily as the owner of an establishment, like a club or a bar. She'd probably never undock, and she'd be perfectly happy with that. She played WoW, and rarely cared much about leveling up; she just wanted to be able to make more things and she was always disappointed that she couldn't own her own storefront.

I'd love to go out and blow up some internet spaceships, head back (in my pod, more than likely) and then head out on a trade run to grab her some more liquor.

Wishful thinking on my part perhaps...


That's one of the things why i want WiS.

I've thought about showing this game to my girlfriend... But what will i show?..

Even if she will be interested in spaceships, i don't want it , because i don't want such an unhealthy environment for her. All those gamers...


In WoW (which shames me to admit) I used to take her on raids and such when we were higher levels and she just didn't like them very much... not a big fan of the elitist pricks that tend to talk down to everyone that doesn't kit out the way they do. EVE has its own mix of those, along with a lot of griefers, and she won't be able to handle that; she's too soft-hearted. She played a Rogue in WoW because she didn't like being picked on by those sporting e-peen. She'd hide at the first sign of an enemy player, and the only time she ever fought back is if I was attacked, which often was pretty amusing watching her mash keys as she backstabbed the hell out of the poor guy who must have thought he was being baited by my Shaman. (Aww, <3 her!)

Ugh, but enough about WoW... we cancelled those subs a while back and neither of us have the desire to go back. I think she would actually like the EVE environment and backstory, but it's the EVE players she wouldn't be able to handle.

EVE is a gritty, dark place to live. But for people like my fiancee, that's not a problem... it's the people that would be looking to farm her tears that are the problem. I don't have a problem with it, it's why I've been playing EVE for over 8 years. But give people like my fiancee a safe haven where they can create something cool, and CCP will pull in new subs.


Certainly EVE could use being a better place than reality, rather than be the same sh*t painted in a scifi color. Roll
Lost True
Perkone
Caldari State
#160 - 2012-05-09 04:09:43 UTC
ELECTR0FREAK wrote:
Lost True wrote:
ELECTR0FREAK wrote:
Lastly, it might be enough to get my fiancee to play EVE. Right now she's mildly interested in the character creation and clothing, but once she realized that the only thing you can do with that character was walk around 1 room, she was immediately turned off. She didn't even really give learning how to fly a ship a chance.

My fiancee could probably play EVE Online quite happily as the owner of an establishment, like a club or a bar. She'd probably never undock, and she'd be perfectly happy with that. She played WoW, and rarely cared much about leveling up; she just wanted to be able to make more things and she was always disappointed that she couldn't own her own storefront.

I'd love to go out and blow up some internet spaceships, head back (in my pod, more than likely) and then head out on a trade run to grab her some more liquor.

Wishful thinking on my part perhaps...


That's one of the things why i want WiS.

I've thought about showing this game to my girlfriend... But what will i show?..

Even if she will be interested in spaceships, i don't want it , because i don't want such an unhealthy environment for her. All those gamers...


In WoW (which shames me to admit) I used to take her on raids and such when we were higher levels and she just didn't like them very much... not a big fan of the elitist pricks that tend to talk down to everyone that doesn't kit out the way they do. EVE has its own mix of those, along with a lot of griefers, and she won't be able to handle that; she's too soft-hearted. She played a Rogue in WoW because she didn't like being picked on by those sporting e-peen. She'd hide at the first sign of an enemy player, and the only time she ever fought back is if I was attacked, which often was pretty amusing watching her mash keys as she backstabbed the hell out of the poor guy who must have thought he was being baited by my Shaman. (Aww, <3 her!)

Ugh, but enough about WoW... we cancelled those subs a while back and neither of us have the desire to go back. I think she would actually like the EVE environment and backstory, but it's the EVE players she wouldn't be able to handle.

EVE is a gritty, dark place to live. But for people like my fiancee, that's not a problem... it's the people that would be looking to farm her tears that are the problem. I don't have a problem with it, it's why I've been playing EVE for over 8 years. But give people like my fiancee a safe haven where they can create something cool, and CCP will pull in new subs.


Oh, you so right!

EVE itself it's not so dark... It's in space, and player takes more freedom and resposibility. It's ok. But it's a people that makes EVE dark - griefs and all that. Why so many people resists WiS, and even takes a graphics improvements negatively? Because they're so stuck in their comfort zones, and because it can change a type of people which eve is attracts.

Long ago there was a lot of interesting and smart people, but something happen and now it's mostly just an ordinary gamers. In real life, we're (me and my girlfriend, hopefully a future wife) didn't even notice such kind of people. Maybe WiS, when properly finished, will bring a new kind of people. I wanted to say "Maybe less smarter", but... most of the players are not smart, let's just face it - it's a people that wants to look smarter than others, which actually does an opposing result.

in 2007 i've thought it's a sci-fi simulator, not an "e-sports" game. I'm not a teenager, how would i like it much?