Delusions 0f Grandeur (Player corporation)
Delusions 0f Grandeur is a PVP corporation formed as a spin-off from Calista Industries. Founded by a Calista Industries director ( Castor Dei ) after internal tension reached a breaking point. A large number of Calista Industries' PVP membership left with the founding of the new corporation.
At the time of seperation, Calista Industries was a member of the Project Alice. Alliance, Delusions 0f Grandeur picked up where they left off, and rejoined the alliance upon creation. The relation was short lived; after just two weeks the corporation decided to move on to greener pastures.
At this point, the corporation harbored about 40 members. After due consideration, the corporation contacted GOODFELLAS and were offered a trial run with the alliance. After just two weeks they were accepted into the alliance. At this point GOODFELLAS lived in Curse and occupied itself primarily with Nano-Roaming gangs in Curse and the surrounding regions. During their stay with GOODFELLAS the corporation opened up recruitment, promising worry-free roaming PvP opportunities, their numbers grew and activity rose.
About two months later, GOODFELLAS high command decided it was time to move out of the suburbs and enter the playing field with the big boys, a campaign was prepared by Endeva plotting to down a titan class vessel belonging to the Tau Ceti Federation, resulting in a relocation of alliance assets. Within a week the vessel was tackled and destroyed with help of the Against All Authorities capital forces. On a high of this victory, the alliance leadership decided to make a move at sieging the Deklein region, much to Delusions 0f Grandeur leadership's disdain.
Unwilling to quit at the slightest sign of trouble, the corporation decided to stick with the alliance and see how things would pan out, after a month it was clear that GOODFELLAS was no longer a suitable match; participation had dropped and members were leaving. This, combined with a slight burnout in the leadership resulted in the corporation taking their departure from the alliance.
An attempt was made at keeping the membership together either as a corporation or as a group of pilots present in an older, more established entity. The attempts proved fruitless for there was no place for a small-sized corporation with the desires they had and no consensus could be achieved on where to go next.
Shortly after the corporation was abandoned and left in an inactive state.
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