Wednesday, July 10, 2013

An Inspiring Spirit

A pop quiz for all you hotshots out there: What's the finest way to start your day? A good answer might be to enjoy some of Varvara M's New Order artwork:


An even better answer: To savor a glass of a New Order-themed alcoholic beverage. It's pretty intuitive now that you think of it, eh?

But let's not forget the rest of the artistic Agents of the Order. enterprisePSI has made a comeback with three new pieces today:


Whether you're "drilling" asteroids or chunks of ice, remember to get Code-compliant first. Otherwise you've wasted a lot of time. enterprisePSI also created this alternate version of the above-pictured artwork.


Although we often focus on the positive, lovey-dovey aspects of the Code--and there are many, don't get me wrong--we can't neglect the full picture. Code violations are serious. There are consequences, and they're harsh. That's why this piece from enterprisePSI is so important.

Permanent links to all supporter artwork may be found on the Links page.

24 comments:

  1. I think it's so awesome that players can be so passionate about their game.

    Are code-compliant miners allowed to ask for permission to go AFK to go get a bottle of that fine beverage?

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  2. The last pictures in a bit of bad taste, given that real people probably died in that fire but the others are good.

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    1. Every single PVP griefer in Eve is an embodiment of bad taste, so it fits perfectly.

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    2. Then keep it ingame. Using a real life tragedy (and thats EXACTLY what that oil rig fire would have been) is...just not right.

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    3. Err... most oil rig fires do not involve RL deaths. A few do, and they're hell on earth for those that died and those that survived, but thankfully not the majority of them.

      Please use common sense when posting, it makes you look good.

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    4. Anon 5:25, Anon 5:28: Bobbins, is that you?

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  3. I love all these pictures, especially the last one. Keep up the good work guys.

    -Galaxy Pig

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    1. That kind of confirms you need mental help, galaxy pig.

      If you consider an image of a accident where it is 100% certain that some, if not all of the crew aboard burnt alive a good picture then you definately have some screws loose or are just a cruel person.

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  4. Well, if they didn't wanna burn alive, why didn't they buy a New Order mining permit? Huh? HUH?

    -Oink

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    1. Serious...you need help. Professional help.

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    2. Bon appetit you christian pig!


      http://www.flickr.com/photos/roughneckcity/3286518089/
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/roughneckcity/3255944672/

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    3. Anon 6:36. Bobbins? Good to see you.

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  5. Don't dodge the question.

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    1. I'm not dodging a question. I'm dodging a delusion/sick perverted joke. That oil rig fire actually happened...in real life...not in EVE online. Nobody deserves to burn alive.

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  6. I'm not gonna say Code-violators DESERVE to die in a fire, but I work everyday to see that they do.

    -Galaxy Pig

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    1. Maybe this behavior explains why you are never seen on eve anymore?

      You sure as hell would be banned off any other game for comments like this.

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    2. Yeah, because GM's of any game are going to ban someone on the basis of a comment made on a blog that could've been made by literally anyone. Tell us more of your stupid theories anonymous guy.

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  7. Some people will find any excuse available to get offended. If this had been a picture of the World Trade Center attacks, then it would absolutely have been in bad taste, as there is no doubt that people died there. Here, we don't know the exact oil rig accident in question, and its very likely that there was only property damage and no fatalities.

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  8. Back on topic:

    That last pic is a rare site to see, in fact it is possibly the only evidence of highsec miners using logi support

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  9. It's striking how carebears are so offended by pictures with no evidence of death whatsoever but are very tolerant of direct death threats over a videogame.

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  10. Regardless of what people feel about the pictures they are pretty half-assed designs. The role-playing on this site is pretty fair, the MS Paint skills, however....

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    1. Bobbins? You sure hang out a lot around here lately...

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  11. Posting to confirm, that no people have died on that oil platform.

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