Jeff: “No need to totally be super dupe mad. Everyone who lost a ship, I’m sure they feel pretty bad about it. Let’s just go play Chivalry or something. How about that.”
Graff: “Motherfucker, Jeff.”
Jeff: “Sorry, but I’m just not that mad about it. It’s kind of fucked to say and it’s wrong, but I feel kind of giddy ‘cos we just lost the most money in supers that’s ever been lost in the game forever... Don’t be mad, at least be giddy ‘cos you lost a lot of shit fucking quickly. Is that about 50 bil a minute that we lost? ‘Cos that’s really fucking good. Isn’t that nice?”
Graff: “I fucking hate you, asshole.”
Jeff: “We should keep going and see how many titans we can lose in ten minutes, because there’s records to be broken.”
"Boston government destroys $20,000 in fireworks" is a technically accurate story. Much like fireworks, these ships ultimately exist to be destroyed for players' amusement. The only major difference is that they're trying to set off one another's fireworks.
It's getting sort of old to see these breathless headlines about the destruction of ship X in EVE that was worth Y dollars.
I mean, it's factually true, but in the same way that "Boston government destroys $20,000 in fireworks" is a technically accurate story.
Right. Well if someone in the know in the art field tells you a Picasso is worth 9.3 million dollars would you trust them or question their experience?
It's damn sure not anything more than a bunch of dried paint on a piece of cloth (materials) but if you offered someone $17.43 for it I bet you'd get a lot of funny looks.
People in the know (not me because I'm not that experienced, but ryanrs among other sources) are telling you this Revenant/Picasso would fetch the isk equalivent of ~$10,000. Is there more to be said here?
You seem to not want to accept 'yes' as the answer.
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