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Mondain

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About Mondain

  • Birthday 04/18/1989

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    Constellation
    Gladiator
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  2. I have both TRACKIR and Tobii eye tracking. I enjoy using the trackIR while the Tobii isn't officially supported with star citizen yet. One thing that is peaking my interest though is on the Tobii website if you type in star citizen as a suggested game to develop you get an email to enroll you into future beta versions of the eye tracker for star citizen. I'm excited to see how the functionality of it will work as the new Tobii 4c distinguishes between eye and head tracking. I'm curious if the game will integrate fully and allow the distinguish as well by having eye aiming for gimbals with head movement for cockpit viewing Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Happy Birthday!

  4. Welcome to the forums! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. In eve there is wormhole space that exists outside all highsec/Lowden / nulsec.. It's beyond all law.. Anything goes there. In order to even enter wormhole space you need to scan down a wormhole and enter it. Local is also lost in wormhole space so you never know who is in system with you unless you manually scan them down with a probe launcher (in all other parts of the game even nulsec you can see who's in your local via chat box.. So you know when someone enters tour system and is stalking you.). It's the hardest area of space to live in.. But also one of the most rewarding for money mechanics and pvp/gawking game play as your wormhole connects are constantly changing and can spit you out in any known space exit at any time Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. aww. I'll be out of state that weekend for a wedding, but I'll make sure to jump on teamspeak / discord with my phone to hear all the excitement going on!
  7. Depending on how they implement the permadeath (if it's true permadeath vs. Eve like death where you only loose everything you have with you at the point of death) I welcome the latter. Coming from eve it brought a unique strategy when you are in a war and you run out of ships to fly and are stranded in a station deep in wormhole or nulsec. But I do agree I can't wait to see how they implement exploration in the game Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Aye. I agree with what has been said about not getting locked in on a single role, especially while so much of this game is still concept only. I come from a pretty hardcore eve online c5 wormhole corporation called hard knocks.. Even though we all primarily had 3+ game accounts and multiple capital ships each, I did a lot of logistics and manufacturing which I hope to continue onto this game to fuel my need for fast paced combat. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Hey everyone! In game name's Mondain. I hail as a retired space-rich wormhole dweller from eve-online. I pledged for this game when it was first announced with the 300i package and haven't really touched the alpha until 2.6 came out. Since than, I bought a few ships... my current lineup is the Hornet F7C, Cutlass Black, and Constellation. I'm looking forward to hopefully joining and being a part of some military organization looking for some good fights. Cant wait to fly with ya'll