Editor’s Note: Many of our readers have pointed out how encompassing the on-going Solar Fleet / Legion of xXDeathXx conflict, Intrepid Crossing can in fact be a tidal force, should they take a side (they have in fact already picked a side, more on that tomorrow), we were sent this interesting piece regarding current events inside Intrepid Crossing, member wise the fifth larges alliance in game. It’s a very interesting analysis we invite you to read and discuss.

View: The Perfect Storm – Crisis and Opportunity in Cobalt Edge

Observing recent events in Cobalt Edge first hand and with a little reading between the lines it is fair to say that a storm in brewing in the extreme north of the Drone Regions (DR). The only question is- who will profit from it? This article will highlight the current deteriorating situation in the Cobalt Edge (CE) area and the serious problems now confronting Intrepid Crossing (IRC), one of the older alliances in EVE and possibly the next major alliance to topple off the map.

I will break my analysis into 4 distinct sections:

• Current external political context
• Military context
• Internal Politics
• Environmental context

1) Current external political context:
As some of you may be aware, in the last month, two major events have effected IRC. The first is the current pseudo war between Solar and XDeathX. The second is the long anticipated invasion of DR by Goonswarm that ultimately culminated in last weekend’s invasion of Branch. While the situation with XDeath and Solar will be dealt with in another section, ultimately, the double blow of these two conflicts is having a negative impact on IRC’s production and ISK making capabilities. This will get worse as the war with goon escalates. This will have serious impacts upon IRCs logistics capabilities that are already stretched. Being so far out into CE, it is unlikely that the usual cyno routes and neutral/blue logistics routes will be effective or safe, ultimately choking IRCs ability to fight.

2) Military Context
Currently IRC is in a very poor state militarily. Its main player base is in the US TZ, with a fair representation in the EU TZ too. However, at any given time it is not possible for IRC to deploy more that 200-300 pilots into a fight. Worse still, of those pilots, less than 33% are made up of seasoned PvP’ers and more than 33% are made up of pilots that lack seriously lack PvP experience. With the Goon invasion expected in or around the Christmas period, IRC High Command (HC) have gone so far as to seek the services of dedicated external PvP merc corps to conduct training of IRC pilots in the noble art of PvP. While this has had some positive effect, it speaks volumes for the general standard of PvP’ers in IRC at this time (this is also supported by their kill board stats that are below 50% efficiency).

The situation is so poor that IRC fleet commanders do not call secondary targets due to the negative effects of DPS splitting that FC’s/pilots can’t seem to control. FC’s are plagued by a larger than normal number of pilots that are unable to obey (or understand) simple commands such as; ‘anchor to’, ‘align only’, ‘warp at optimal’, ‘battle comms’, ‘bubbles green/red’ and the age old classic ‘dont jump’.

There is also a serious lack of dedicated FC’s that have decent experience in managing fleets and fighting effectively with them. However, IRC troops have questioned HC/FC decisions to not use multiple target calling and to set up and effectively use logistics, snipers, e-war and more advanced fleet maneuvers. They have also questioned the commitment of FC’s as IRC pilots have been left waiting for over an hour for an FC to arrive to CTA’s announced days in advance. IRC HC/FC have cited low PvP experience and poor comms discipline as their reasons for not making as much use of these fundamental tactics as might be necessary.

Perhaps most importantly of all, IRC does not put itself in a position to fight back effectively against incoming threats. IRC is well known for fielding T1 armies of battlecruisers (specifically Drakes). However, the situation is now getting worse. As more advanced pilots call for the need to commit more ISK to the battlefield in the shape of BS fleets at a minimum but also T3’s, faction ships and capitals, this is seriously at odds with current and historic IRC policy as will be discussed in the next section.

Internal Politics:
The downfall of many a corporation/alliance/coalition. While IRC certainly has its usual ups and downs, the current situation seems to be placing a particular strain on IRC high command that could result in more serious problems.
There is much concern among IRC pilots, FC’s and senior members that without deploying more ISK/better ships (with pilots that can fly them and FC’s that can lead them), IRC will not be in a position to repel any committed assault on their territory. Despite this fear, IRC HC still refuses to commit big ISK to the battlefield, citing lower standards of PvP skills among their ranks and not enough experienced FC’s. While IRC have historically refused to commit SC’s to the field, it seems that this fear has now seeped down into anything larger than a battleship. While HC have requested that pilots move to BS fits, IRC troops have been slow to get these ships and even slower to commit them to the battlefield. While the troops cite high costs and difficulty in getting equipment as their major reason for the lack of fleet fitted BS’s a more serious problem seems to be apparent. The failure of IRC fleet commanders to make sure that their fleets comprise of anything more than drakes and a few logistics is starting to raise some serious concerns about IRCs overall ability to field an effective fleet.

While fleet fittings/composition may be a cause for concern with regards to defending CE space, there are more serious concerns surfacing within IRC. To begin with, serious allegations are circulating regarding IRC HC and their overall direction for IRC. To begin with, much of IRC failed to understand the reason why they were staying out of the fight between Solar and xDeathx. While this was common sense politically, it was not communicated down the line effectively and a number of blue balls sitting in a POS not being told why but constantly being told that a big fight (that never happened and IRC HC wanted to avoid) caused serious discontent among the ranks- this was not helped by poor time keeping from FCs that or more than one occasion showed up 1 hour after the form up time noted in the CTA email.

Couple this (justifiable) avoidance of the conflict between Solar and xDeath with a very quite second half of the year PvP wise and there is a lot of boredom and kicking of rocks within the ranks and certain corps in IRC. However, the goon invasion of branch does not seem to have moved IRCHC into a war footing and the alliance still seems very poorly prepared for any extended war with goon, especially logistically and in terms of IRCs overall capabilities in PvP, with troops and corporation questioning HC lack of aggression.

This, coupled with arguments and disagreements with corps and IRC HC has led to the exit of no less than 4 corporations in the last month. For what specific reasons and how (pushed or jumped) is not clear, but what is clear that these 4 corporations will not be the only ones to go citing reasons such as disagreements/lack of confidence in IRC high command and environmental reasons (see section 4 below) to leave IRC. As this article is typed it is rumoured that at least four corporations are strongly considering leaving IRC, this allegedly includes at least one corp that is the top 3 PvP kill list for IRC. Should these corporations leave, it will severely blunt the numbers available to IRC in any coming war and could even precipitate a chain reaction that could dissolve IRC completely.

Environmental Context:
A small, but much under-appreciated environmental factor must also be added to the equation that is adding strain on the IRC alliance and the corporations that remain within it. The recent change to drone space rats and anomalies has angered many people that live in DR. The long and short of it is that drone hordes (sanctum equivalents) now take longer to complete and are significantly more player intensive. This has reportedly had an effect of minus 20-33% on a pilots isk/hour ratio and has driven many pilots back to less lucrative, but less intense mining.

Added to this problem, is that while the conflict with goon has so far been a bit of a damp squib, goon tactics are starting to have a negative effect upon the alliance. The deployment of covert ops afk/logon trap players in choke points in CE and throughout known industry centres is already having a negative effect, not just in terms of ships killed but also in terms of ISK making and manufacturing equipment. Lack of money making ability is rightly annoying IRC pilots that are more used to ‘the quiet life’ of grinding and with little being done to expel goon cov-op incursions pilots and corps are getting agitated. This is also going to have a serious effect upon IRC’s ability to stock up for any coming war with goon. With limited reliance able to be placed on an empire logistics chain, times are looking hard for IRC as the prospect of even more expensive equipment and diminishing market volume will no doubt begin to bite in any extended conflict.

It seems that there is the possibility for the ‘perfect storm’ to hit IRC, that could result in the complete collapse of the IRC alliance. The following points, at the very least spell very hard times for IRC which they may not be able to defend against or recover from:

1) Poor PvP capabilities in the shape of lower calibre PvP pilots and FC’s, lack of commitment/ability to deploy expensive ships and well composed fleets to the field.

2) No matter how hard it tries, it looks likely that IRC HC is eventually going to have to take sides in the Solar/XDeath squabble. This will place significant strain on its PvP,ISK making/manufacturing and diplomatic abilities and increase the pressure on IRCs PvP capabilities.

3) The upcoming war with goon looks set to end very badly for IRC unless it can perform a massive change in its overall PvP and leadership abilities. At the very least, a fair amount of sovereign space is likely to be lost.

4) If goon decide to create an alliance of convenience with either XDeath or Solar then they will place IRC in a seriously difficult situation. Specifically, should goon unite with XDeath then IRC will be trapped to the North-West and South-East and forced to fight a war against superior pilots in which they would be totally outnumbered. It would then be for XDeath/Goon to divide up what is left of IRC/Solar Space. If Solar managed to sue for peace with XDeath then the situation would be significantly worse.

5) With several corps having already left, and speculation that more are in the act of departing, it seems that certain IRC corps have seen the writing on the wall and are getting out of trouble before it’s too late and CE is locked down. Any further loss of corps from IRC will start to have a dramatic effect on IRC’s overall strategic abilities and could start a chain reaction of corps leaving that will weaken or destroy IRC.

In sum, the perfect storm is brewing, and if it hits, it could spell the end for one of the oldest alliances left in the game – the only question is: If this does happen, who is in a position to capitalise from it?

– An IRC Grunt


  1. MSNSN

    dont care

    December 26, 2011 at 10:11 pm Reply
    1. MSNSN

      Also IRC did take a side and reset Xdeathx

      December 26, 2011 at 10:12 pm Reply
      1. confirming this, am dropping this bomb as i have more intel.

        December 26, 2011 at 10:13 pm Reply
        1. zef

          not so much a bomb anylonger no? :)

          December 27, 2011 at 2:22 am Reply
  2. argle_bargle

    Apparently branch and vale are drone regions now….

    December 26, 2011 at 10:12 pm Reply
  3. C0unt Jeffrey

    Saves me saying it

    December 26, 2011 at 10:15 pm Reply
  4. sheriffdean

    I actually like these types of analyses. I hope to see further articles such as this.

    December 26, 2011 at 10:18 pm Reply
    1. David Star

      I guess this is more of a FOX News type crowd; they only like to read stories that they already agree with…

      December 27, 2011 at 3:31 pm Reply
    2. Derp?

      And in later news, will the tension between Micheal Bolton leaking his pictures, and his wife leaving him over it cause him to forfeit half of his alliance to his ex?!?!?! Stay tuned for more TMZ….er Eve News 24.

      December 27, 2011 at 10:12 pm Reply
  5. Really?

    Congratulations on what might be the biggest troll article written on these pages to date. And that's saying something.

    Seriously: The time it took to write this, the effort put in, the attention to detail! Amazing!

    Seems IRC is doing just fine out there.

    December 26, 2011 at 10:35 pm Reply
    1. Lykouleon

      The sad part is that its all true and still a decent troll.

      December 29, 2011 at 12:12 am Reply
      1. lol

        Take a look at the IRC killboard and learn that you just failed 😉

        January 1, 2012 at 5:37 pm Reply
        1. spies'r'us

          You are shooting sov structures and pos stuff and not getting much resistance… LOL

          January 1, 2012 at 10:37 pm Reply
        2. Lykouleon
          January 4, 2012 at 3:30 am Reply
  6. justaguy

    IRC, everyone's favourite meat shield.

    December 26, 2011 at 10:41 pm Reply
  7. Imigo

    "1) Poor PvP capabilities in the shape of lower calibre PvP pilots and FC’s, lack of commitment/ability to deploy expensive ships and well composed fleets to the field."

    Those two are a viscious cycle with each one exaggerating the other. If you don't commit to fights, you'll lose your PvPing population.

    December 26, 2011 at 10:57 pm Reply
  8. Escape
    December 26, 2011 at 11:10 pm Reply
    1. Juice

      Nice =)

      December 26, 2011 at 11:34 pm Reply
      1. Mad props go to the huggin who dekloaked me after 3 tense mins of cat and mouse, i was already aligned ^__^

        here is our xmas roam


        December 27, 2011 at 1:30 am Reply
        1. Zak Z

          I like how they got your pod too.


          Infiltrator EV-600 5 174.99 K

          LOL, WHY GOD WHY?

          December 27, 2011 at 11:27 pm Reply
          1. The day u catch a carrier and need to neut it, you will know why. ^__^


            December 27, 2011 at 11:42 pm
  9. Slartybartfast

    Wow… so much news dedicated to IRC these days…

    I take it the goons are having more trouble with those "pets" than they anticipated?

    December 26, 2011 at 11:10 pm Reply
    1. Zeus574

      Its the goon propaganda machine at work, or not working

      December 27, 2011 at 4:03 am Reply
  10. Krulek

    that ''lack'' seriously ''lack'' PvP experience.

    fix that 😉

    December 26, 2011 at 11:27 pm Reply
  11. EX IRC (thank god)

    I left IRC recently… and I can confirm this….

    Several people are wondering WTF is the HC doing.

    – No reimbursement program, not even logis get reimbursed
    – HC totally up high in drugs, very unresponsive. They are all carebears.
    – FCs? What FCs? They are so damn scared that just can't even call targets.
    – 3200 ppl alliance could only make fleets of 100 (with a lot of luck)… super sad
    – No information leaves a lot of shit to speculation. HC never clears anything up.

    Anyways… those are some of the things that I saw were happening. Lots of good people willing to fight, but unable because of misinformation and lack of leadership.

    December 26, 2011 at 11:42 pm Reply
    1. Zeus574

      -logis reimbursed minus insurance
      -HC on the level, led pvp fleets all day
      -FCs broadcast targets you should try it
      -fleet today was much more than 100, 200, …not giving exact numbers
      -HC is wary of spies but tries to give out intel

      IRC will always fight, everyone knows this
      IRC is not an elite alliance true but we wont go down easy, check our history

      December 27, 2011 at 4:10 am Reply
      1. Iche

        Being Former IRC, your fighting style will bring more pilots to the field and eventually overwhelm you as you continue to give oodles of free kills to competent fleets… ah well should be a fun few weeks then

        December 27, 2011 at 4:34 am Reply
      2. WOT_owns_EVE

        Not FCs, wing commanders broadcast targets, and they fail sooo hard at it…

        December 27, 2011 at 5:07 pm Reply
      3. eh?

        Are you talking about the T1 cruiser that wiseoak always shows up in? LOL WTF!

        December 27, 2011 at 10:54 pm Reply
  12. Eirene

    The IRC Abaddon Fleets in Tribute and Delve I've seen in 2011 must be… some sensory malfunction.

    December 27, 2011 at 12:10 am Reply
  13. zef

    as a former IRC pilot i mostly confirm this, i left the alliance for pretty much theese reasons, only correction i wish to make are numbers and pvp; IRC easily (atleast a few months ago) could field 200-300 at a standard non-announced OP, and around 300-400 at announced, and they didnt really have any problems getting abaddon fleets together.

    December 27, 2011 at 12:21 am Reply
  14. Derp?

    But they took a side, if you look at the killboard theres a lot of xDeath on it. If you don't believe me look: http://www.irc.eve-kill.net/?a=kill_detail&klhttp://www.irc.eve-kill.net/?a=kill_detail&klhttp://www.irc.eve-kill.net/?a=kill_detail&klhttp://www.irc.eve-kill.net/?a=kill_detail&klhttp://www.irc.eve-kill.net/?a=kill_detail&klhttp://www.irc.eve-kill.net/?a=kill_detail&klhttp://www.irc.eve-kill.net/?a=kill_detail&kl

    But I guess you can chalk it up to "blue killing". Oh and yes, supers are being used unless they can doctor API verified kills.

    December 27, 2011 at 12:26 am Reply
    1. Juice

      lol @ the evacing carrier…. 5.6 bil kill, nice one.

      December 27, 2011 at 4:30 pm Reply
      1. Actually, that was worth a lot more if that is really an Ice Harvester 2 bpo in the ashes…

        December 27, 2011 at 9:07 pm Reply
  15. xPRC

    IRC has lost their space twice before, and come back, their alliance has one major corp that is the backbone of the alliance, as long as it is intact the alliance will not disband.

    If they are playing cautiously then its a sign they are taking a long view of things, not committing all their resource to this war, or even this region, they will know what they need in reserve if they need to reboot.

    As far as player experience goes its better to have inexperience pilots getting blow up lots in cheaper ships then a few times in expensive ships. If they are using their isk to build up their players PvP ability rather than putting them in better ships then its a good long term size.

    IRC have never been considered the elite PvP'ers of New Eden, but they have always been determined, courageous, and willing to give people a chance.

    December 27, 2011 at 12:27 am Reply
  16. Troubles here

    Everyone has an opinion but facts are usually only known by few. Here is a fact, IRC just reinforced the entire North of Oasa in 1 day. Every station (except 1), all the belt systems and TCud several, every system is in jeopardy. As for losses in Drakes, you guys realize that that a Drake is the sum of 2 hoards (drone sanctums) – IRC must have thousands (100 per corp times XXX); of course they tell their pilots to go kill/die in Drakes that is how you learn and what I would do as well.

    Just remember that they don't have to buy any minerals from market to make anything except T2. They can pump out Supers and Titans with ease. Call them the factory of their allies; look in map and see the refineries and factories. He He.

    December 27, 2011 at 12:59 am Reply
  17. Jerry Badcat

    Ex-IRC member confirming this report is mostly legit, based on my perspective (and others) and available intel before leaving IRC. I understand some posters trying to do a bit of reverse spin on this but when people look back on the situation 6 months from now it'll be obvious that it was true, so why waste your time looking foolish and disillusioned / misinformed? I ain't even mad tho and the troll left long ago.

    December 27, 2011 at 1:23 am Reply
  18. Wait-What

    haha .. I have been looking for a good bit of fiction to pass the time between killing goons and taking XIX systems..

    good work

    December 27, 2011 at 1:28 am Reply
  19. slizz

    stop swinging off our nut sack … idk what everybody else is thinkin but it sound like he mad …. u mad bro?

    December 27, 2011 at 1:56 am Reply
  20. Just Wait

    Jeeez, seriously more troll articles. IRC made XXDeath have a very, very bad day today.

    December 27, 2011 at 2:56 am Reply
  21. IRC Pilot

    Yeah we are falling apart so badly right now they we are starting to grind Oasa. The only problem I have with IRC are the "fixes" CCP put in place, "lets make it harder to earn isk for these guys that already have to salvage and loot all the rats, and not touch TECH moons at all, where people do nothing for fucking isk

    December 27, 2011 at 4:01 am Reply
    1. spies'r'us

      IRC was offered techmoons .. but never took them, there was one weak try to take one of them, but as usual HC member Neterti Axexut ( Leading war commander or what ever he calls himself) messed up the fleet so badly because he wanted to take it over from the other fc's who planned it and forbid the use of dreads as usual.
      IRC has had plenty of opportunity to get techmoons for income!!
      They did not take them!!

      December 27, 2011 at 4:12 pm Reply
  22. IRC Pilot

    Also, whoever was the POV for this post is obviously a pilot who logs on every couple days and doesn't communicated with the Alliance, I know for a fact that the corp I'm in is very communicative and I can always ask my directors or CEO and he tells us whats up with Alliance and what they are trying to do. We have a fleet comp, our Home Defenses are the only real kitchen sink fleets we put together anymore, yes we need more logistics! IRC will not fail like everyone thinks, our capital, supers and titan numbers are pretty unknown to everyone, and we like it like that.

    December 27, 2011 at 4:10 am Reply
  23. Waylaa

    Whatevs, you guys just keep killing the frigates, Cov Ops and the stray high sec carebears. Meanwhile, IRC will jump in and have a party at your back door. Make sure you ask them for the kiss when it's all over, otherwise you'll feel dirty in the morning.

    December 27, 2011 at 5:53 am Reply
  24. Socrates

    I have fought IRC several times and they are horrible at PVP.
    They field mostly Drakes and lately Abbadons as well but they are very bad at focus firing at the primary target.
    If you warpout and come back you can anihilate their whole fleet.
    They can field Home Defence fleets of 130 to 180 ppl at their prime time and they use well their JB's from the side of Tenal down to CUT-0V but they would not chase you or attack you if they dont have more numbers than your fleet. They have sided with Raiden. and the couple fleets that have send agaisnt Razor/Goons have been utterly destroyed. Since then they have not been sighted in Branch apart from some odd pilot here and there.

    December 27, 2011 at 10:04 am Reply
  25. spies'r'us

    This was going to happen, IRC HC was warned/told many many times, they chose to ignore all.
    There were a few dedicated members/fc's that tried hard a few months ago to take IRC to a higher pvp lvl, capable fc's too.
    HC ignored all and has not moved a bit in this direction, IRC have a 50+ supercaps and and estimated guess off around 10'ish titans but they are not and probably never will be fielded in combat.
    IRC will be their own downfall at some point, HC simply lack understanding on how Eve war/combat/power game mechanics work or they simply dont care.
    IRC with AWE corporation as holding corp is in it for only the isk making ..
    IRC has had the chance to work closely with some of the big boys (alliances) and LEARN!!
    But they chose not to .

    And for corps leaving IRC that shouldn't come as a suprise for anyone and for those who is in IRC still, just haven't seen through all the BS HC is letting out.
    HC is a lot of talking but really not saying anything if you listen closely.
    All HC consists of is a bunch of Men ( and 1 woman but she dont get into the politics)who has been playing together for so long that i think them selves believe the BS they say
    If IRC is gonna burn, they brought it on them selves

    – let the IRC tears begin-

    December 27, 2011 at 4:05 pm Reply
    1. wolla

      Funny how all these leaving corp's left IRC right when the wars was announced.. Carebears evacing? No rly, can it be? :O

      January 1, 2012 at 5:45 pm Reply
  26. Ex IFC

    Hc either rmts there alliances money or uses it for themselves. I know 2hc members with 3-4titans each…

    December 27, 2011 at 4:17 pm Reply
  27. sour

    haha, nice try to kill irc from within without actually killing them on the battlefield. not that irc is any serious alliance, but still an obvious propaganda attack is an obvious propaganda attack.

    ps: it is the pilgrim that goes withe cloaking dev riv mate, not the curse… 😛

    December 27, 2011 at 5:41 pm Reply
  28. suboran

    Historically, IRC can only side one way – against legion of xdeathx

    December 27, 2011 at 8:52 pm Reply
  29. [IRC]-HC-Wiseoak

    I find this post offensive. We are one of the best alliances in game boasting 200 man fleets easy. Granted we only have exactly 7 titans and 12 SC in our alliance of 3000 but we make do with what we got. I think your fine news establishment need to re-evaluate its position about our alliance's strength. We can make the best 200 man t1-fitted drake fleet ever made. Furthermore our strong commitment to our mining and ratting operation have made us the richest alliance in game. I can say with definite confident that our 10 billion isk in easily liquid-able assets makes a formidable opponent in any economic argument. I would also like to conclude by saying, " Axe stop sleeping with my fucking wife. I wouldn't release any of this confidential info if you hadn't porked my wife. Fuck you and the alliance I quit."

    -HC Wiseoak

    December 27, 2011 at 9:19 pm Reply
    1. [IRC] Oldma

      Can a moderator please edit this post as we wish to not have this info leaked. Wiseoak has been removed from the alliance

      December 27, 2011 at 9:21 pm Reply
      1. spies'r'us


        December 27, 2011 at 9:50 pm Reply
  30. [IRC]-HC-Wiseoak

    I have a few points of contention with The Hon. Oldma. The points I plan to make in this letter will sound tediously familiar to everyone who wants to foster mutual understanding. Nevertheless, his intent is to prevent us from asking questions. Oldma doesn't want the details checked. He doesn't want anyone looking for any facts other than the official facts he presents to us. I wonder if this is because most of his "facts" are false. When he tells us that he holds a universal license that allows him to play fast and loose with the truth, he somehow fails to mention that he does not play nice with others. He fails to mention that I draw strength and courage from knowing that most people comprehend the crusade to stop Oldma and are supportive of my role in it. And he fails to mention that I didn't want to talk about this. I really didn't. But he and his jackals are on a recruiting campaign, trying to convince everyone they meet to participate in turning peaceful gatherings into embarrassing scandals. Don't join that band; instead, remember the scriptures: "Thou shalt not follow a multitude to do evil." A final word: I sympathize with those who have lost loved ones at the hands of The Hon. Oldma.

    December 27, 2011 at 9:26 pm Reply
  31. LOOK AT ME
    December 27, 2011 at 11:52 pm Reply
    1. Zeus574

      We already said we arent an elite pvp alliance. Come to our space any day and see what happens. Actually come to Oasa. We are all there atm.

      December 30, 2011 at 10:25 am Reply
  32. IRC that Guy

    IRC is a laid back alliance we arent hardcore Hey my epeen is bigger then yours. IRC is the type of Stoner alliance i would say. most of them play for fun. Looseing a ship or two to three a day isnt a big deal some players have billions stashed away somewhere. for (Just in case reasons)
    The guy who actually wrote this artical is. a guy who was Recently killed by IRC and is writing this mambo jambo. Because he is Butt Hurt.

    December 28, 2011 at 2:28 am Reply
  33. IRC that Guy

    IRC is a laid back alliance we arent hardcore Hey my epeen is bigger then yours. IRC is the type of Stoner alliance i would say. most of them play for fun. Looseing a ship or two to three a day isnt a big deal some players have billions stashed away somewhere. for (Just in case reasons)

    December 28, 2011 at 2:34 am Reply
  34. […] of the items that I’ve read today was this piece focused on IRC’s problems going into the new year.  The piece is labeled as […]

    December 28, 2011 at 2:36 am
  35. Ex-IRC Person

    I can also confirm that IRC is full of Maryjane smoking terribads who smell like doo-doo. Also you know I am a reputable source because my name suggests it.

    December 28, 2011 at 9:32 pm Reply
    1. ROFL

      December 28, 2011 at 9:35 pm Reply
  36. EX-IRc

    AWE is only looking for isk that is why IRC will FAIL and why Oldma has 4 personal titains that never poke there head out !!!!!

    December 29, 2011 at 3:25 am Reply
  37. LucioDavid

    HC ignored all and has not moved a bit in this direction, IRC have a 50+ supercaps and and estimated guess off around 10'ish titans but they are not and probably never will be fielded in combat.

    October 11, 2012 at 10:04 am Reply

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