Previously, I've posted about some of Agent Riku Klayton's awoxing operations, in which he joined highsec mining corps to kill the miners.
Earlier, the sybian infiltrated the corp of noted rebel loudmouth Kharmha.
Within five minutes, the sybian's alt--having for some reason being given immediate access to everything in the corp--switched from "innocent miner" to "dispenser of justice" mode.
Since the post about Riku Klayton's adventures, miners across highsec have contacted me, hoping to learn more about awoxing.
As Father of the New Order, one of the hats I wear is Chief Educator of New Eden. Of course I want to help people learn more about EVE, especially the new players.
Awoxing is as simple as one, two, three. Find a highsec mining corp that's aggressively recruiting, join it, and crash their next mining op with a combat ship.
In time, perhaps we can help advance the awox-to-genuine ratio throughout highsec?
Agent Wescro, whose Knight alt Wescro2 frequently kills miners in the name of the Code, is well known. Pictured above is a partial screencap of his employment history. You wouldn't think a highsec mining corp would recruit someone like Wescro. But then, you would be underestimating the desperation some corps have for new members. Out of nowhere, Wescro announced he was in the middle of an awox. He asked New Order Agents for their advice.
Wescro had brought his Raven to the corp mining op. To provide security, he said. True enough, but the carebears didn't realize that they were the ones highsec needed to be protected from!
Though the Orca was packing Warp Core Stabilizers, Wescro had enough points on the target to tackle him. He politely requested a ransom from his corpmate.
Pretending not to have money to pay ransom is a common practice among miners. And they say pirates are dishonourable? In any case, Wescro's corpmates were not followers of the Code. After careful consideration, and in light of the seriousness of their crime, the death sentence was recommended.
A rescue attempt failed. The Orca died. 'Tis the fate of all mining vessels piloted by Code violators.
More than a billion isk went down the drain. This was not griefing. This was not vengeance. This was justice.
In his arrogance, the Orca pilot had a Hulk and a Taranis in the ship maintenance bay. No more.
In fact, though Wescro had just joined the corp, he had been entrusted with a position of authority. Apparently very small mining corps offer roles sometimes, to encourage people to join.
The corp's CEO, Rexar Enderas, was not happy with Wescro's decision to kill corp members instead of helping them mine. He contacted Wescro to tell him his services would no longer be needed. Things were about to get real.
To be continued...