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The amount of attention Eve receives is not the issue.

Tales of the metagame give Eve masses of attention from the press; last year’s fight in 6VD-T was reported on by the BBC.

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One could point out that both the Odyssey and Rubicon expansions were not great successes.We didn’t see the mass exodus of players that occurred after Incarna, but it still wasn’t enough to captivate significant numbers of returning and new players.In addition to this the lack of progress did cause many people to leave after double-whammy of poor expansions.Somergate could be partly be responsible, but again it was still nowhere near as bad as fallouts in the past.Over the past twelve months, there’s been an interesting trend in the number of users logged into Eve.

Since the Odyssey expansion, subscription numbers have fallen heavily, only slightly being mitigated by the release of Rubicon.The question that is likely to be brought up at the upcoming CSM summit relating to this is ‘why is it happening and what can be done to stop it?’ Depending on whom you ask the cause of this development is different.They argue that new players are driven away from the game by evil pirates who wardec, awox, suicide gank and suspect-bait the innocent newbies and cause them to leave the game.This dip in subscription numbers means a couple of CSM members will decide we must nerf non-consensual PVP in highsec to increase them.We saw this last year with Ripard Teg and Trebor Deadoow, the latter of which said this in a Crossing Zebras interview: "If non-consensual wardecs are costing CCP a lot of subscriptions, then that's resources that could be used to hire more devs to fix other areas of the game.