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Men's 'New Eden Open I' T-shirt YC 114
This comfortable but eye-catching piece of clothing commemorates the first New Eden Open, a fiery clash of immortals where teams of death-dealing capsuleers were pitted against one another in a test to see who were the best fighter pilots of New Eden.
Men's 'New Eden Open II' T-shirt YC 116
Carrying on the proud tradition of murderous battles engaged in for personal renown, this comfortable piece of clothing commemorates the second New Eden Open: a tournament of immortals vying for glory amidst burning carnage, in a test to see who are the best fighter pilots of New Eden.
Men's 'Quafe' T-shirt YC 116
Stalk the halls in your elegant new Quafe Commemorative Casual wear, designed exclusively for attendees of the YC 116 Inner Zone Shipping Conference. Note: While IZS is renowned for its safe shipping methods and extensive reach, the wearer of this shirt is unfortunately not entitled to free interstellar transport on an IZS flight for them and their accompanying family members or friends. They will, however, automatically and without question be seated as far from any Fedos in cargo as is humanly possible.
Men's 'Quafethron' T-shirt
Stand astride the two worlds of earth and space as a towering, immortal colossus, and celebrate it in the most casual of ways. Not only does this item indicate that the wearer - whose clothing is as stylish, sleek and nonchalant as they themselves are - does, in fact, hold immeasurable power and is capable of piloting celestial behemoths that would blot out the sun; it also shows that they are in tune with life's little pleasures, and may well enjoy a can or two of Quafe when they're outside the capsule.
Men's 'Source' Coat (black)
Hewing back to an established capsuleer tradition that power is best wielded in terrifyingly good style, this "Source" coat has a sleek, lithe look that befits the person who knows far more than they let on. It was released alongside an exclusive compendium that granted access to secret information on the world of New Eden - although it must be admitted that anyone confronted with a capsuleer, particularly one dressed in this fashion, won't find it too hard to be convinced that no information should be kept secret from these angry, immortal gods of the skies.
Men's Republic Service Tattoo (Brutor)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. Despite the Amarr occupation's wish to eradicate tattoo culture, and their particularly harsh treatment of many Brutor, the restoration of a Brutor Tribe culture from bits and pieces of surviving knowledge has been extensive. Most Brutor are traditionalist and observe clan and tribal tattoo culture very closely, making it common to see eligible tribe members wearing the specific Brutor variation of Republic service tattoos. As a founding tribe of the Minmatar Republic, and with many clans emphasizing martial culture, the Brutor provide large numbers of personnel to many military branches and paramilitary agencies. Brutor Tribe presence in the Republic Fleet and Republic Command is particularly high but they are readily found throughout security services, militias and law enforcement, such as the Republic Justice Department. Contrary to outsider stereotypes, the Brutor are not only physically capable but also highly intelligent and adaptable, often reaching the heights of senior office in their typically lengthy Republic service careers.
Men's Republic Service Tattoo (Krusual)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. The Krusual Tribe is without doubt the Minmatar tribe that has the best preserved tattoo culture, having successfully withstood the Amarr occupation in a significant number of mountain fastnesses in its ancestral Tronhadar region on Matar. The Krusual are inclined to be very conservative, highly traditional and particularly aggressive in pursuit of the perquisites they believe are their due. While their clannish nature does not endear them to the other tribes, they see the value of the Republic and it is common enough to see eligible Krusual wearing their tribal variation of Republic service tattoos. Despite being a founder tribe of the Republic, the Krusual are not so well spread throughout the Minmatar regions in sheer numbers as other tribes. The Krusual are culturally disinclined to venture into space, preferring to settle themselves in suitable locations and expand their influence in cities and regions. On the other hand, the Krusual are highly motivated to protect the security of the Republic and provide significant numbers of ground fighters and intelligence operatives. The Krusual talent for espionage and covert operations, while viewed with suspicion by many other Minmatar, has served the Minmatar well and they naturally dominate the Republic Security Services.
Men's Republic Service Tattoo (Nefantar)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. The Nefantar lack a well-developed Minmatar tattoo culture, having eschewed it in deference to their Amarr masters when virtually all Nefantar lived in the Ammatar Mandate. Since the defection of a large proportion of Nefantar to the Republic, bringing with them the Starkmanir they had shielded from the Amarr, there has been an effort to rediscover their tattoo culture. This has been complicated by many Nefantar remaining followers of the Amarr faith and the controversial subject of Amarr religious tattoos. Some Nefantar choose not to wear any tattoos but many are strongly motivated to assimilate with tribal culture and have joined Republic service. Nefantar who are eligible due to Republic service can sometimes be seen displaying the Nefantar variation of Republic service tattoos. While their numbers are relatively small compared to the large founder tribes of the Republic, the Nefantar are eager to show their loyalty to the Republic and many have entered Republic military and civil services of all kinds. The Nefantar are very well educated due to the defectors coming in large part from former Ammatar elites, upper-class, and middle-class families, but they tend not to flaunt this due to lingering prejudices among the other tribes. Keen to show their willingness to fight for the Republic, young Nefantar in particular aim to serve in the Republic Fleet or Republic Command.
Men's Republic Service Tattoo (Sebiestor)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. As the largest of the Minmatar tribes, the Sebiestor have managed to restore a rich tattoo culture in the aftermath of the Great Rebellion and in the course of helping found and build the Minmatar Republic. Sebiestor culture is very diverse, with perhap fewer traditional strictures on internal dissent than the Brutor and much less conservatism than their Krusual rivals. Together with a tendency to smaller clans, making the sheer number of Sebiestor clans almost uncountable, the diverse tribal culture makes for a highly diverse tattoo culture. Sebiestor appreciate both the tradition and artistry of tattoos, and any eligible tribe members will often display the Sebiestor variation of Republic service tattoos. As the largest tribe and a founder member of the Minmatar Republic, the Sebiestor are a very common sight in Republic service of all kinds. While not as dominated by martial culture as the Brutor, the Sebiestor are deeply committed to the Republic's security and all means of preserving it. The presence of Sebiestor in military and civil services of the Republic is universal, though they are more evident in dominant numbers in the civil services, technical branches, and law enforcement, such as the Republic Justice Department.
Men's Republic Service Tattoo (Starkmanir)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. Owing to their near-destruction and subsequent hidden existence under the Amarr, the Starkmanir Tribe's tattoo culture has been almost entirely lost and is in the process of being reconstructed by cultural historians and archaeologists. Many Starkmanir do not observe any kind of tattoo culture but those who do, and are eligible, may chose to display the specific Starkmanir variation of Republic service tattoos. Since their return to the Minmatar Republic, the vast majority of the Starkmanir have settled in the large cities or on lands set aside for them to found new towns by the Republic's Urban Management agency. Despite their numbers being low, a significant number of young Starkmanir have followed the martial example of their Brutor Tribe patrons and entered service with military branches such as the Republic Fleet or Republic Command. Starkmanir recruits are valued for being well educated, an ironic consequence of all those of age having been schooled in the Ammatar Mandate while "hidden in plain view" from the Amarr.
Men's Republic Service Tattoo (Thukker)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. Thukker Tribe tattoo culture is far looser than most other tribes, with many Thukker even omitting the Voluval Ritual from their personal journey within Minmatar culture. While the other tribes regard the Thukker as eccentric in this regard they respect the cultural mores of their fellow Minmatar. Those Thukker who do wear tattoos may chose to display the specific Thukker variation of Republic service tattoos if eligible. While most Thukker live and work aboard the nomadic Great Caravans, offshoot caravans, and stations and outposts in the Great Wildlands, many live in the Republic proper and some enter service with military and paramilitary branches like the Republic Fleet, Republic Security Services, or Republic Justice Department. The rare Thukker pilots and scouts who enter Republic service from caravan life are in particularly high demand for their skills.
Men's Republic Service Tattoo (Vherokior)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. Much of the Vherokior Tribe's tattoo culture was preserved by the Vherokior shamans who also safeguarded the mysteries of the Voluval Ritual during the Amarr Occupation. While the structure of Vherokior tribal culture is notably different in many respects to other tribes, for example in the greater emphasis on matriarchal family units than large clans, they are a founder tribe of the Minmatar Republic. Therefore it is not unusual to see eligible Vherokior wearing their specific tribal variation of Republic service tattoos. The Vherokior have a long history as a nomadic tribe but in the Republic era have transitioned to a culture that is marked more by its ubiquity in Minmatar territories as a widely-diffused diaspora based on the family unit. The cultural identity as Vherokior remains vitally important and aspects of the older, deeper ways continue to be upheld, with some choosing to take the path of the shamanic tradition. More common is the temporary nomadism of youth that leads many to take up an itinerant lifestyle for a time. Quite a large number of Vherokior channel the nomadic impulse into a life in service with the Republic Fleet, although many tend to retire early and settle into a life of running small businesses or living in co-operative circles.
Women's 'New Eden Open I' T-shirt YC 114
This comfortable but eye-catching piece of clothing commemorates the first New Eden Open, a fiery clash of immortals where teams of death-dealing capsuleers were pitted against one another in a test to see who were the best fighter pilots of New Eden.
Women's 'New Eden Open II' T-shirt YC 116
Carrying on the proud tradition of murderous battles engaged in for personal renown, this comfortable piece of clothing commemorates the second New Eden Open: a tournament of immortals vying for glory amidst burning carnage, in a test to see who are the best fighter pilots of New Eden.
Women's 'Quafe' T-shirt YC 116
Stalk the halls in your elegant new Quafe Commemorative Casual wear, designed exclusively for attendees of the YC 116 Inner Zone Shipping Conference. Note: While IZS is renowned for its safe shipping methods and extensive reach, the wearer of this shirt is unfortunately not entitled to free interstellar transport on an IZS flight for them and their accompanying family members or friends. They will, however, automatically and without question be seated as far from any Fedos in cargo as is humanly possible.
Women's 'Quafethron' T-shirt
Stand astride the two worlds of earth and space as a towering, immortal colossus, and celebrate it in the most casual of ways. Not only does this item indicate that the wearer - whose clothing is as stylish, sleek and nonchalant as they themselves are - does, in fact, hold immeasurable power and is capable of piloting celestial behemoths that would blot out the sun; it also shows that they are in tune with life's little pleasures, and may well enjoy a can or two of Quafe when they're outside the capsule.
Women's 'Source' Coat (silver)
Hewing back to an established capsuleer tradition that power is best wielded in terrifyingly good style, this "Source" coat has a sleek, lithe look that befits the person who knows far more than they let on. It was released alongside an exclusive compendium that granted access to secret information on the world of New Eden - although it must be admitted that anyone confronted with a capsuleer, particularly one dressed in this fashion, won't find it too hard to be convinced that no information should be kept secret from these angry, immortal gods of the skies.
Women's Republic Service Tattoo (Brutor)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. Despite the Amarr occupation's wish to eradicate tattoo culture, and their particularly harsh treatment of many Brutor, the restoration of a Brutor Tribe culture from bits and pieces of surviving knowledge has been extensive. Most Brutor are traditionalist and observe clan and tribal tattoo culture very closely, making it common to see eligible tribe members wearing the specific Brutor variation of Republic service tattoos. As a founding tribe of the Minmatar Republic, and with many clans emphasizing martial culture, the Brutor provide large numbers of personnel to many military branches and paramilitary agencies. Brutor Tribe presence in the Republic Fleet and Republic Command is particularly high but they are readily found throughout security services, militias and law enforcement, such as the Republic Justice Department. Contrary to outsider stereotypes, the Brutor are not only physically capable but also highly intelligent and adaptable, often reaching the heights of senior office in their typically lengthy Republic service careers.
Women's Republic Service Tattoo (Krusual)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. The Krusual Tribe is without doubt the Minmatar tribe that has the best preserved tattoo culture, having successfully withstood the Amarr occupation in a significant number of mountain fastnesses in its ancestral Tronhadar region on Matar. The Krusual are inclined to be very conservative, highly traditional and particularly aggressive in pursuit of the perquisites they believe are their due. While their clannish nature does not endear them to the other tribes, they see the value of the Republic and it is common enough to see eligible Krusual wearing their tribal variation of Republic service tattoos. Despite being a founder tribe of the Republic, the Krusual are not so well spread throughout the Minmatar regions in sheer numbers as other tribes. The Krusual are culturally disinclined to venture into space, preferring to settle themselves in suitable locations and expand their influence in cities and regions. On the other hand, the Krusual are highly motivated to protect the security of the Republic and provide significant numbers of ground fighters and intelligence operatives. The Krusual talent for espionage and covert operations, while viewed with suspicion by many other Minmatar, has served the Minmatar well and they naturally dominate the Republic Security Services.
Women's Republic Service Tattoo (Nefantar)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. The Nefantar lack a well-developed Minmatar tattoo culture, having eschewed it in deference to their Amarr masters when virtually all Nefantar lived in the Ammatar Mandate. Since the defection of a large proportion of Nefantar to the Republic, bringing with them the Starkmanir they had shielded from the Amarr, there has been an effort to rediscover their tattoo culture. This has been complicated by many Nefantar remaining followers of the Amarr faith and the controversial subject of Amarr religious tattoos. Some Nefantar choose not to wear any tattoos but many are strongly motivated to assimilate with tribal culture and have joined Republic service. Nefantar who are eligible due to Republic service can sometimes be seen displaying the Nefantar variation of Republic service tattoos. While their numbers are relatively small compared to the large founder tribes of the Republic, the Nefantar are eager to show their loyalty to the Republic and many have entered Republic military and civil services of all kinds. The Nefantar are very well educated due to the defectors coming in large part from former Ammatar elites, upper-class, and middle-class families, but they tend not to flaunt this due to lingering prejudices among the other tribes. Keen to show their willingness to fight for the Republic, young Nefantar in particular aim to serve in the Republic Fleet or Republic Command.
Women's Republic Service Tattoo (Sebiestor)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. As the largest of the Minmatar tribes, the Sebiestor have managed to restore a rich tattoo culture in the aftermath of the Great Rebellion and in the course of helping found and build the Minmatar Republic. Sebiestor culture is very diverse, with perhap fewer traditional strictures on internal dissent than the Brutor and much less conservatism than their Krusual rivals. Together with a tendency to smaller clans, making the sheer number of Sebiestor clans almost uncountable, the diverse tribal culture makes for a highly diverse tattoo culture. Sebiestor appreciate both the tradition and artistry of tattoos, and any eligible tribe members will often display the Sebiestor variation of Republic service tattoos. As the largest tribe and a founder member of the Minmatar Republic, the Sebiestor are a very common sight in Republic service of all kinds. While not as dominated by martial culture as the Brutor, the Sebiestor are deeply committed to the Republic's security and all means of preserving it. The presence of Sebiestor in military and civil services of the Republic is universal, though they are more evident in dominant numbers in the civil services, technical branches, and law enforcement, such as the Republic Justice Department.
Women's Republic Service Tattoo (Starkmanir)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. Owing to their near-destruction and subsequent hidden existence under the Amarr, the Starkmanir Tribe's tattoo culture has been almost entirely lost and is in the process of being reconstructed by cultural historians and archaeologists. Many Starkmanir do not observe any kind of tattoo culture but those who do, and are eligible, may chose to display the specific Starkmanir variation of Republic service tattoos. Since their return to the Minmatar Republic, the vast majority of the Starkmanir have settled in the large cities or on lands set aside for them to found new towns by the Republic's Urban Management agency. Despite their numbers being low, a significant number of young Starkmanir have followed the martial example of their Brutor Tribe patrons and entered service with military branches such as the Republic Fleet or Republic Command. Starkmanir recruits are valued for being well educated, an ironic consequence of all those of age having been schooled in the Ammatar Mandate while "hidden in plain view" from the Amarr.
Women's Republic Service Tattoo (Thukker)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. Thukker Tribe tattoo culture is far looser than most other tribes, with many Thukker even omitting the Voluval Ritual from their personal journey within Minmatar culture. While the other tribes regard the Thukker as eccentric in this regard they respect the cultural mores of their fellow Minmatar. Those Thukker who do wear tattoos may chose to display the specific Thukker variation of Republic service tattoos if eligible. While most Thukker live and work aboard the nomadic Great Caravans, offshoot caravans, and stations and outposts in the Great Wildlands, many live in the Republic proper and some enter service with military and paramilitary branches like the Republic Fleet, Republic Security Services, or Republic Justice Department. The rare Thukker pilots and scouts who enter Republic service from caravan life are in particularly high demand for their skills.
Women's Republic Service Tattoo (Vherokior)
Military service with the Minmatar Republic can take many forms and a Matari's service can be marked by a style of military tattoo that may incorporate specific tribal iconography. Much of the Vherokior Tribe's tattoo culture was preserved by the Vherokior shamans who also safeguarded the mysteries of the Voluval Ritual during the Amarr Occupation. While the structure of Vherokior tribal culture is notably different in many respects to other tribes, for example in the greater emphasis on matriarchal family units than large clans, they are a founder tribe of the Minmatar Republic. Therefore it is not unusual to see eligible Vherokior wearing their specific tribal variation of Republic service tattoos. The Vherokior have a long history as a nomadic tribe but in the Republic era have transitioned to a culture that is marked more by its ubiquity in Minmatar territories as a widely-diffused diaspora based on the family unit. The cultural identity as Vherokior remains vitally important and aspects of the older, deeper ways continue to be upheld, with some choosing to take the path of the shamanic tradition. More common is the temporary nomadism of youth that leads many to take up an itinerant lifestyle for a time. Quite a large number of Vherokior channel the nomadic impulse into a life in service with the Republic Fleet, although many tend to retire early and settle into a life of running small businesses or living in co-operative circles.