Saturday, February 9, 2013

CSM Campaign Artwork

The CSM8 campaign season is gearing up, and with it, the artwork. Agent Galaxy Pig, who frequently lends his paintbrush to the cause, put together this campaign poster:

Click here for the full-size version.

Not to be outdone, Agent Casanunda delivered a powerful message in the form of this piece:

Click here for the full-size version.

Bonus Content! Doctor Christopher Hansen is starting an institution to help bot-aspirant miners reclaim control over their lives. You can view his series of posters at this link: "Bot-Aspirancy Anonymous"

Very impressive job.

Permanent links to all supporter artwork may be found on the Links page.


  1. Wait, so now your campaign is against carebears and not just afk miners and botters? Thats like making water boil without heat. Someone elaborate for me if possible~

    1. It's a buzzword, carebear creep describes things like the barge buff and the recent thread-nought where people were saying that others shouldn't interfere with their game-play, while advocating interfering with someone else's, in this particular case bumping was the contentious issue.


    2. OHHH! carebear creep, now I get it. lol


  2. As a scammer I guess your an expert on Risk / Reward. You would not understand the Concepts of Risk / Reward if it bit you on the arse.

    99% of ISK is in the hand of the tech funded alliances. Maybe 50 people probably less.

    Your worried about a group of people that have to mine for at least 60 hours to fund a single plex.

    Should you not be worried about the afk miners, ratters and bots in null sec that can make a plex in just a few days? I suspect these are your mains.

    Go figure.

    Kind Regards


    1. Spionkop,

      The amount of proof you are showing here has convinced me of the truth of your statements.


    2. Most statistics are made up on the spot & yours is no different. The isk in tech funded alliances for the most part goes towards infrastructure & funds for our squads. It also funds our wonderful ship replacement program. We are pretty open about what we use this isk for, so your speculation is only speculation.

      To further disprove your argument, most of EVE's rich players actually live in highsec & make that isk through trades, but that's beside the whole point of the Risk vs Reward argument.

      The point we make is that highsec income potential is far too high for the lack of risk involved. Our safety in null empires comes from working together with others & protecting our space, none of that is just handed to us. For all of that work put in, highsec is still a far more attractive place to do industry.

      Highsec on the other hand has better industry by default. It doesn't require people to work together to protect assets because CCP does it for you through game mechanics.


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