Saturday, June 1, 2013

Top Supporters for May 2013

Each month, MinerBumping immortalizes its top isk contributors in a hall of fame post. The "Month's Top Supporters" sidebar is reset early in the following month. You can view the August 2012, September, October, November, December, January 2013, February, March, and April top 10 lists at the appropriate links.

Here are our top isk contributors for May 2013:

May 2013

#1. Daltzi
9,000,000,000 isk

#2. Comor Dunathis
1,900,000,000 isk

#3. Erotica 1
1,450,000,000 isk

#4. ectweak
600,000,000 isk

#5. Ledrian Saisima
220,000,000 isk

#6. Mitt Spero
200,000,000 isk

#6. yodayblack
200,000,000 isk

#6. Zkanu
200,000,000 isk

#9. Niikumi Miyu
101,000,000 isk

#10. Fernando MRuiz
100,000,000 isk

Courage. Integrity. Honour. Brilliance. Valour. Legendary. These are the kinds of words that come to mind when you look at people who are willing to part with their isk so that others may continue the important work of the New Order in Highsec.


  1. "Courage. Integrity. Honour. Brilliance. Valour. Legendary. These are the kinds of words that come to mind..."

    Another word would be 'spymaster'.

    1. Also "Information Broker", "Secret Agent", "Reverse Triple-Secret Agent", "Upgraded James 315", "Minerbumping Overlord" etc., you get the rest :P.

      Ledrian, son, you have been immortalized forever in the history annals of the Highsec Order. I'm so proud of you!


  2. I really thought the 1 comment would be bobbins trolling.
    glad it wasnt!

    1. You just can't handle the truth.

    2. This sucks. I tried to login to get some training done before Odyssey and catch up some doubling, and I can't get in. If you have sent me isk, rest assured that I will double as soon as possible, but due to my schedule and the server outages, it may take 24 hours.

      Maybe this is the threat those miners were talking about. Perhaps CCP should investigate all of the miners who made threats against the New Order. Maybe the only way to stop James 315 was to take the servers down? They've made such threats against James himself, so it's not a stretch to see them doing this to CCP.

      I'll also be curious what CCP plans to do in the future. A guy I know that makes a killing online recently switched from Servint (a good host) to Liquid Web's subsidiary for ddos protection:


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