Lave Radio Episode 140


Tweet and Greet the Elite Feet RPG Treat

Aired 24 January 2016
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Crew Members
Station Commander : Allen Stroud
Head of health and safety : Ben Moss-Woodward – Cmdr Eid LeWeise
Chief Archivist : Colin Ford – Cmdr phoenix_dfire
Chief Bar Steward : Grant Woolcott – Cmdr Psykokow

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Lave Radio Episode 138


Update First Contact

Aired 10 January 2017
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Crew Members
Station Commander : Allen Stroud
Warrant Officer : Andre Marshall – Cmdr M.A.R.S.H.A.L.L.
Head of health and safety : Ben Moss-Woodward – Cmdr Eid LeWeise
Head of Entertainment : Chris Jarvis – Cmdr Thane
Chief Archivist : Colin Ford – Cmdr phoenix_dfire

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Lave Radio Episode 133

notmybalanceUpdate Git Gud #NotMyBalance

Aired 22 November 2016

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Crew Members
Head of Health and safety : Ben Moss-Woodward : Cmdr Eid LeWeise
Head of Entertainment : Chris Jarvis : Cmdr Thane
Head of Station Archives : Colin Ford : Cmdr PheonixDFire
Test Pilot : Andre Marshall : Cmdr M.A.R.S.H.A.L.L. (Paladin Consortium)

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Lave Radio Episode 132

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Christmas Coloured Passengers!

Aired 15 November 2016
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Crew Members
Station Commander : Allen Stroud
Head of Health and safety : Ben Moss-Woodward : Cmdr Eid LeWeise
Head of Station Archives : Colin Ford : Cmdr PheonixDFire
Chief Bar Steward : Grant Woolcott : Cmdr Psykokow

Show Notes

Lave Radio Episode 131

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Don’t look back in anger (but we did)

Aired 8 November 2016
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Crew Members
Head of Health and safety : Ben Moss-Woodward : Cmdr Eid LeWeise
Head of Entertainment : Chris Jarvis : Cmdr Thane
Head of Station Archives : Colin Ford : Cmdr PheonixDFire
Chief Bar Steward : Grant Woolcott : Cmdr Psykokow

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Lave Radio Episode 130

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If you’re not getting on, GET OFF!! And NO I’m not stopping for beer…..

Aired 1st November 2016
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Crew Members

Host & 2nd Technician : Chris Forrester : Cmdr Fozza
Head of Station Archives : Colin Ford : Cmdr PheonixDFire
Chief Bar Steward : Grant Woolcott : Cmdr Psykokow

Lave Radio Episode 129

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Taxi for any passengers?  Oh Come on 2.2 is here…  my trip advisor link?? erm…

Aired 25th October 2016
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Crew Members

Host & 2nd Technician : Chris Forrester : Cmdr Fozza
Head of Station Archives : Colin Ford : Cmdr PheonixDFire
Chief Bar Steward : Grant Woolcott : Cmdr Psykokow
Head of Entertainments : Chris Jarvis : Cmdr Elias Thane

Lave Radio Episode 128

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Why are all the planets black? I’ll never find an earth like.

Aired 18th October 2016
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Crew Members
Head of Station Archives : Colin Ford : Cmdr PheonixDFire
Chief Bar Steward : Grant Woolcott : Cmdr Psykokow
Head of Entertainments : Chris Jarvis : Cmdr Elias Thane
Head of Security : Lisa Voo : Cmdr Vooness
Test Pilot : John Virgo : Cmdr Kerrashlanding

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Lave Radio Episode 125

EGG 2016
Elite Meet EGX!

Aired 27 September 2016
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Crew Members
Head of Health and safety : Ben Moss-Woodward : Cmdr Eid LeWeise
Head of Entertainment : Chris Jarvis : Cmdr Thane
Head of Station Archives : Colin Ford : Cmdr PheonixDFire
Chief Bar Steward : Grant Woolcott : Cmdr Psykokow
Test Pilot : Matthew Monson : Cmdr Paroxsym (Paladin Consortium)

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Lave Radio Episode 124

Source 2 at Sagittarius A
Beta 2 see you

Aired 20 September 2016
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Crew Members
Head of Health and safety : Ben Moss-Woodward : Cmdr Eid LeWeise
Head of Entertainment : Chris Jarvis : Cmdr Thane
Head of Station Archives : Colin Ford : Cmdr PheonixDFire
Test Pilot : Andre Marshall : Cmdr M.A.R.S.H.A.L.L. (Paladin Consortium)

Show Notes

  • Development News
  • Newsletter 141
  • Newsletter 142
  • Main Discussion 
  • Community Corner
  • Questions
    • Marko Yelich (Facebook)
      Just listened to Ep122 and Chris asked for feedback on the plot reveals in ED. I concur, that how they are being done are largely for the benefit for the 1% of players while the rest of us just hear about it afterwards and at best get to visit the wreckages after the fact. And the notion that Frontier have to so heavy-handely almost lead us by the nose to these sites is poor game design.

      Frontier could really do way better with allowing us to discover such things on our own accord, if we were given adequate discovery tools. The “Detailed Surface Scanner” is hardly that, if it can’t report that there are alien structures or signals on a planet! Surely Frontier have watched Star Trek and can recall Lt. Ohura telling Cpt. Kirk she is picking up a “strange signal” from below? Or Spock giving detailed account of what planetary civilisations he just scanned.

      Right now, I am in the black. I honk when I get into a new system, Scan the star (to get my name tagged on it), I go to the System Map and check for planets that kind of look “Earthy” to fly to and do a detailed scan. Why: because I get more money and get my name on them.

      Really? Money (ranking) is my primary driver? Shouldn’t it be discovering new civilisations or artefacts? But in reality, how would I do this? Well with current tools i would need to low fly the entire surface of every airless planet in the hope a blue circle comes up on my radar, land, drive around in my buggy and maybe discover something more than some abandoned tea canisters. Just ridiculous!

      Frontier needs to quickly improve the feedback one gets from both the discovery scanner and from the detailed surface scanner. The former should highlight any planets that have “items of interest” on them.

      The latter giving coordinates of any artificial/biological matter on the surface so we can fly directly to it. Because without those coordinates… I tell you even with them, the first time I went to a barnacle site it was TOUGH to spot the things from the air!!

      Anyway, enough ranting from me… Love your show and apart from the pretty poor sound quality of 122, well produced too. And please keep the GalNet News being read at the end of them.
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