The Fall of Pride: Caldari Capture the War Zone

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It means FW is nothing but a slow tug of war where one teams sweat creates a muddy puddle beneath them and they end up slipping over until the other team sweats enough from the complex farming that they slip up.
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For all the "We didn't want that anyway" vibe this has I can't actually blame you. You can fight a forever war forever, or you can 'win' and then wander off, done with the forever war. Quit on a high note.
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it is actually true tho we never really did the whole defending thing before taking all the warzone the fun is in the being on the offensive cos noone likes chasing farmers around wen ur defending. home systems like nenna and such will prove harder for the caldaris to take well see when they try to start doing that wether they have the stomach for the war like we did
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FW system capture has become a job, and not a particulalry enthralling one.
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Glory to the State!
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You forgot punctuation...and the ability to spell.
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wow constructive comment there
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Sounds like FW needs a blue donut, that way you can just gf without all the silly objectives
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This is a beautiful metaphor.
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The Gallente captured the zone: all 101 systems. I don't doubt the Caldari can do the same thing, but "roughly over 50%" does not equal "capturing the warzone". I know that a FW writer has to be involved in FW him/herself, but the headline suggests a much bigger feat of the Caldari that what was really achieved, at least, up to this day.I actually clicked on the article thinking that the Caldari had flipped the situation entirely, which is what the title suggest, and they didn't (yet).
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Pity you guys are organising the PR campaign as commanded by your high leadership since unlike you make it sound here on forums and on these paid adverts, you did wanted to keep the systems and you did want to keep the high-tier and it's right there in writing on forums (Lol, we give you this system to dock so we can have some caldari in hunting reserve).You are doing awfully good job with the "Didnt want those systems anyway" though even your diehards admitted Heydieles falling was not something you liked. You wants fights, Caldari play FW. If you dont like button spinning them too bad for you. We will keep doing it and dont mind if we dont see you in low-sec local chat anymore.
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why would i be bothered bot higher tier im stinking rich drama also i have an amar alt so i make isk either way.....I love how ur so demenmted u read troll forum posts and think that its real life and this is what were doing its so pathetic ... when u take a home system like nisuwa or nenna then start crowing all u took was heyd the militia nubtards home noone elses ahahahahaha...Dont need to button spin been there done that got the medal to prove it were in search of content elswere like dropping in to say hi to goons in vfk stuff u guys wouldnt have the balls to doand wtf about local?
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damar "pedobear" rocarion why so bitter not like ccp are helping gallentes there to busy making the game for goons
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i have done this on the forums? please link said forum... and noone made death threats damar its just what u tell ppl for them to feel sorry for you or rally round you. Youve never once linked proof of anyone calling it you and because u rage hard about it ppl troll you with it its all in ur head

Less than one month after Gallente owned 100% of the war zone, the Caldari secured their fifty-first system, giving them more than 50% control over the 101 systems available within the Gallente/Caldari war zone. The attitudes of Gallente Command, once one of bemused observation, have turned to that of concern for the future of the Federation. At present, Tier 3 seems difficult to maintain, and the Caldari forces are presently sieging the rear staging system of Heydieles, having taken the fight to the very doorstep of the Federation.

What is most disconcerting is the lack of cohesiveness among the Gallente forces. Although many are troubled by the recent events, no one can seem to agree on a proper course of action to stop the Caldari push. Although Heydieles is not as key to the war effort as some other systems, losing it would be pivotal. Despite this, some members within the Command have written it off, citing the Federation’s inability to react during EU time zones. Meanwhile, the Caldari also press in at Eha and elsewhere within the war zone. While the Gallente proved very effective in an offensive stance, they are having difficulty finding ground with a more defensive posture.

With the Amarr taking over the majority of the war zone last week, both FW war zones have changed leaders since Retribution’s release. This causes some to speculate on what will happen next. Optimists seem to predict that, in the words of Battlestar Galactica and Peter Pan, “All of this has happened before and all of it will happen again”, suggesting that control of the war zone will continue to oscillate. Others stand by the idea that eventually the “endgame scenario” will occur. However, the most pessimistic seem to believe that the war zone will stalemate at around 50% control, with neither side caring enough to get an edge, and only half-hearted pushes causing any sort of stir.

For now, the defense/assault of Heyd is at hand.

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I have been playing the game *terribly* for right around two years. After a brief time in null, and longer stay in high, I have now entered into Gallente Faction Warfare and somehow landed a job as director of Aideron Robotics. I am still terrible.