Sunday, August 26, 2012

Conspiracy to Eliminate James 315

Chalk up another victory for the all-seeing Agents of the New Order, who always keep me apprised of what the miners say and do when I'm not around. My extra sets of eyes and ears are rapidly delivering me intel from all across highsec. Today's report comes from Kino, which has become a hotbed of rebel activity.


It began with some miners indulging in their usual fantasies about getting me banned from EVE.


Before long, it was on, a full-fledged conspiracy to eliminate the Saviour of Highsec.


Cyrus Tellion took charge of the discussion. You may remember Cyrus from the time he broke the rules by impersonating a CCP employee. The conspirators were able to confirm that yes, the guy who's always talking about his Invincible Stabber does, in fact, fly a stabber (actually a stabber fleet issue, but close enough).


The Supreme Protector remains a popular topic of conversation in Kino, it would seem. In the local chat of a New Order system no less, the miners discussed my destruction as casually as if they were talking about what brand of coffee to buy.


One of the popular theories of defeating me is based on the idea that I crave attention and that everyone can simply ignore me until I go away. For some reason that never seems to work out.


After some fuming, a new participant joined the conversation:


...None other than Ahkala Dheorin, whose recent losses to New Order forces include a faction battleship worth more than a billion isk.


With Sara Economics joining in, local was turning into a veritable rogues gallery. All we're missing are the Joker and Catwoman here.


Ahkala took issue with the "disabled veterans" square on Miner Bingo, which does not actually say anything disparaging about disabled veterans. No mention of how she felt about the other 24 squares, so I guess they're okay.


Finally, the conversation circled back as it always does, to fantasies about banning me from EVE. I guess my Invincible Stabber can rest easy for another day.

6 comments:

  1. Son of a bitch, the price of hisec tears are plummeting due to the oversupply.

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    1. Bumpers of the New Order, harvesting what the bots can't!

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  2. Kino has proven to be resilient to the New Order but resilience is finite. The power & influence of the New Order is infinite & will ultimately prevail, no matter the cost.

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  3. I cant wait till the wardecking crew makes its way to Kino and makes the infidels pay

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  4. I am a highsec miner and honor our CODE overlords.

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