Sunday, September 8, 2013

Kills of the Week

Another week done, and more billions of carebears extinguished. Let's celebrate some of the extinguishments that occurred during the week of September 1st @ 00:00 EVEtime through September 7th @ 23:59 EVEtime.


Killer Atze had a lot of trouble fitting his Hulk. Like most carebears, he had more isk than sense. Agent Gaylord Fappington brought things into a bit more balance by removing some of the isk from the equation, and hopefully introducing some sense.



Why is the death of Luke Vernius's Hulk significant? Just look at the participants on the kill: Agents Tamashi Shinigami, Jaing Xix, Artemisia Halicarnassi, Bigg McLarge Huge, and FeralCat Yaken defied convention by attacking it with a bunch of destroyers: Coercers and an Algos. The New Order celebrates diversity in every way possible--diversity within the bounds of the Code, that is.



Pegor Solettes lost a 123 million isk Retriever. The price of said Retriever was inflated by three tech II shield rigs. Miners, it's good when you tank up your rigs. But you must also fill your lows and mids with tank mods. Otherwise Agents like Sara Arran will cut right through you. Obedience to the Code requires sacrifice, but it's so worth it.



Roland Karnov lost 1.6 billion isk when his pod was destroyed. His corp, Mining Exploits, caught the attention of Agent Guybertini, who managed to snag the pod of the week.



Agent Loroseco Kross recently informed me of the community outreach work he's been doing for mission-runners these days. Last month, Paulas Thiesant lost a 638 million isk Megathron Navy Issue. Loroseco baited the carebear into a duel. The carebear was flying a big, bad battleship, and Loroseco was only flying a cruiser--but a cruiser empowered by the Code. The outcome was as you would expect. According to the tradition of trial by combat, the carebear was found guilty of bot-aspirancy and promptly eliminated.



What have we here? Haulin Ore won't be haulin' ore no more thanks to Agent Stinkybum McPoopypants and a bunch of friends in the Confederation of xXPIZZAXx alliance. With Stinkybum representing New Order Logistics, how could they fail? They snagged a few other freighters that week, including this 10 billion isk freighter. But I highlight the Haulin Ore killmail because it puts another dagger into the myth that Skiffs can't be killed: Inside the cargo of the freighter was a shipment of 11 Skiffs. Boom! A billion and a half worth of future Code-violating ships were aborted, and a total of 3 billion in damages. Highsec's future got a little more hope that day.

30 comments:

  1. Why is the death of Luke Vernius's Hulk significant? Just look at the participants on the kill: Agents Tamashi Shinigami, Jaing Xix, Artemisia Halicarnassi, Bigg McLarge Huge, and FeralCat Yaken defied convention by attacking it with a bunch of destroyers: Coercers and an Algos. The New Order celebrates diversity in every way possible--diversity within the bounds of the Code, that is.

    Sir you are mistaken we are not agents of the Order. just simple pirates

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    1. You yourself are mistaken. Any who does the work of The Code is an Agent. Continue your good work, and know you serve a greater cause in doing so.

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    2. Its no coincidence the target you picked was a solid hulk attempting to keep his ship intact without a permit.
      you must have passed a hundred ships that would have fallen just as easily. especially in kamio.
      dessies bringing down an exhumer is music to our ears.

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  2. I assume Agent D400 was on holiday this week due to not achieving the pod kill of the week.

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    1. I'm currently enjoying my new apartment which has no internet connection to the outside world. After this is fixed it's time to cook some eggs with phased plasma.

      - D400

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  3. Stinkybum McPoopypants, wow I feel so disappointed in my name choice now. Congrats on the kills, my one attempt last week was a dud, but I did have fun trying. Training up some more to increase my DPS and moving into the heart of the order so I can enjoy some team play.

    Yi-Ming

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  4. Ahh hahahahaha! "Kills of they Week!" Woohoo! All defenseless miners and pods! Wheeeee... long live the Cowards of HighSec (fornow, at least.

    Like all cowards and those that collaborate with them, your time is coming--and it ain't gonna be pretty for you.

    Stay "classy," punks!

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  5. As of this date, the New Order Dork Diddlers have killed a grand total of only 39 ships that could defend themselves, some of which were scary Atrons and the like. Typical of them and all cowards like them, they can't handle a real fight. Stand up to these losers and they will fail like the bad jokes they are.

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    1. @Nestor:

      It did not escape notice that you, personally, have not stood up to the New Order. As is typical of the do-nothing miner mindset, you have attempted to denigrate the 39 kills by the New Order while failing to score any of your own.

      But I'm sure that the New Order's time is coming, right? You won't make it happen, but somebody else -- a never-present non-entity -- will.

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  6. Properly tanked and equipped with a flight of T2 drones, I would argue that any mining barge 'could defend itself.'

    I won't even get into the defensive abilities offered by a permit tank, should one chose to equip one.

    In every ship liquidated by the New Order, the vanquished 'could defend themselves' but opted not to.

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    1. I can imagine the urine running down your quivering legs as you make your courageous stand against the many shuttles and capsules, their guns a-blazing.

      Way to go, Elmer Fudd.

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    2. If at any point you ever do anything in Eve Online that you would later classify as seriously, genuinely and honestly courageous, you should stop playing immediately and delete your accounts. Eve has ceased to be a game for you at that point and that is a very dangerous situation indeed.

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  7. Of course, by the same standards you winning chaps are have an impressive 242 losses. Go team, and all that... losers....

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    1. You are aware how ganking works right?

      - Guybertini

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    2. well on his "blog" he claims that he plays since launch. and still he does not undestand what eve is about.

      not sure if that is sad or funny.
      however good luck "stopping" the new order. you will totally succeed... :D

      best regards agent selina

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    3. oh sure, we are aware how ganking works, a bunch of thugs banding together to eliminate the victims. Kinda like a bunch of bullies banding together to beat up an old person for $20, or a loser thug shooting a toddler in the face.

      Oh yeah, ganking, such an 'honorable' existence.

      Oh that's right,,,it's 'for the good of all'. yeah right.

      Oh and your 'dear leader' said... "Another week done, and more billions of carebears extinguished."

      REALLY??? BILLIONS of carebears??? I didn't realize that EVE could even support BILLIONS of carebears!!!

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    4. I totally respect gankers and the "tradition" of ganking. Anyway, you go, girls!

      Just making other folks aware how ganking works, and that by extension gankers are, among other things, cowards, and tend to run when faced with anything that fights back. And if you know how ganking works yourself, you surely can't take umbrage at being called cowards or losers, right...?

      So, be a ganker if you wish--you all wear the mantle of "coward" so proudly, after all--but let's not hear the sniveling when those that tire of you do the inevitable and stand up to your loser asses, which has happened at least 242 times as of this morning, by the look of it.

      ((BTW, yeah, it's all part of the game, and any miner--or other pilot, for that matter--beware against anyone who finds you napping. But, so's the inevitable payback. You all, of course, know that as soon as enough folks get fed up with you, they WILL start fighting back. And so far your collective track record in those circumstances are far less than impressive. Just sayin'....))

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    5. "You all, of course, know that as soon as enough folks get fed up with you, they WILL start fighting back."

      Yes, "They" will start fighting back. Congratulations, you're the 650th carebear to call the NO cowards, while being personally afraid to fight them ingame.

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    6. Nester's tears are giving me a stiffy. Quick buddy cry more so i can rub one out :):)

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  8. LOL, you guys just don't hear what you don't want to, do you? The stats bear it out--in most cases, when stood up to, you jokes lose. And that doesn't count the times you've all run away with your tails between your legs.

    Savor my tears, girls, even though they're tears shed while laughing at you jokes.

    BUT, it appears I've hurt all your collective feewings, so I'll let you all alone to shed your own tears now.

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    1. Thanks for the tears. Let us know when you do something that involves undocking.

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    2. mr bitter vet carebear.

      if you can show us how to fight in highsec with ganking characters with sec status of -10 and over 50 killrights, please show me. i would really like to know how i can avoid "running away".

      ohh right.... game mechanics dont let us to pvp "right" in highsec.
      go to ccp. make them let -10 guys be legit members of highsec space without npcs interfering and im all in.

      ahhhh sorry i forgot, you dont really want us to fight back the "right" way, you just want to gank our flashy pods/ ships.... so you are basically not any better than any ganker as you are also trying to get ships that cant shoot longer back than 10 seconds.

      and that is less time, than any gankvictim has in highsec.
      keep that in mind before you post more bullshit about "cowards" and shit. game mechanics bind us to do that!

      you are basically asking ccp to change highsec to lawless space if you want us to fight back without having to gank within 20 seconds.
      so it pretty much seems that you dont have any idea about ganking and what consequences come with it.

      also learn how to use the "reply" function on this site correctly, you fail miserably just at anything else you do, like still carebearing after 10 years of eve...

      yours sincerly agent selina

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    3. Drop your in-game name so we can work something out together !

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  9. Came to see tears. I was not disappointed.

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  10. Predators should have more respect for their prey... for without large dull witted herbivores, even the most wiley carnivores starve and die. (after turning on each other, of course)

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    1. You are making an argument for predators to wisely manage the prey population, not for them to respect their prey.

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    2. Well along those lines, when there are too many "large dull witted herbivores" they will exhaust the food supply, and starve and die. So introduce the predators, ones who do not gorge, but pick off the weaker of the herds so that the herd itself may be a stronger member of the ecosystem and not exhaust it's food supply. I have seen no example where the order goes on wild Buffalo hunts, just for the hunt. In fact if you read the code, they are just targeting the weak members (AFK'ers, untanked, or auto-pilot caps). I have seen where the dull witted herbivores have grow horns and the members of Code praise their evolution. So Anon 2:59, what is your problem?

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    3. The fact that the value of ore is very low means that there are too few predators in High Sec. By your logic, Anon 2:59, you should encourage predators to prey more and make mining more profitable, to protect the miners themselves.

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