Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Highsec Miner Grab Bag #18
Uh-oh, the New Order is being compared to the Holocaust. You know what that means! It's time for another edition of the Grab Bag of miscellaneous miner tears!
Arturo Buzar has it completely wrong. The New Order is not about jumping from attacking one group to the next. The whole point is to have a laser-like focus on the highsec miners. They love to point to everything else that's wrong in EVE, but we're not going to let up until this problem is solved.
There's no market manipulation at work, at least not by me. If following the Code makes me rich, so be it. If it makes me poor, so be it. Either way, I stand for what I believe in, and my Agents do likewise.
I've noticed that whenever a miner tells me that I can't stop him from doing something, it's because I just stopped him from doing it. Coma Podiene's comment puzzles me. Anyone who follows the Code doesn't follow their own Code? It's like he was in such a rush to fill a Miner Bingo square that he didn't think things through.
Now things get interesting. Are there now miners who believe in the "true" Code and its "real" followers? The New Order is as real as it gets, folks.
Our Knights take every risk imaginable and engage in fair fights. There's no pleasing some people.
As if the Agents of the Saviour of Highsec need to be lectured about honour by someone named Mama Spanksalot. We in the New Order have more honour than we know what to do with.
Agent Runeme Shilter gave fair warning to the miners of Brapelille when he notified them of a quadruple-Retriever kill. Bad miners fled in terror; good miners bought permits and continued to mine in peace.
Agent Lin Suizei has it right. As long as a miner can immediately reply in local when bidden by the authorities, he is considered at his keyboard. If you can perform that task while engaging in leisurely pursuits like the ones Lin suggested, there's no reason ever to be bored while mining.
Inspektor Cluseau always lives up to his name. The New Order is filled with Goons in -A-? Conspiracy theories abound these days, as the panicked miners spread rumors from system to system.
For the first time, I've been told to "go back to Xbox Live". Do they bump miners there? Do they create systems of justice and civilization? If not, then I'm not interested.
BRAZIL mca spoke passionately on behalf of his fellow Code violators. If only miners like BRAZIL could put that energy into something positive, we'd liberate highsec in half the time.
Some people think I have mad ambitions. Not so. I am a realist and a pragmatist, with limited aims. I only intend to make all the miners of highsec follow the Code. That's not asking too much, is it?