Sunday, February 2, 2014
Kills of the Week
So many carebears lose such ludicrously-fit ships while violating the Code. I can't tell you how rewarding it is to know that we're making a difference. If you're a bot-aspirant and you end up being featured in one of these posts, please know that you have a golden opportunity to stop doing whatever it is you're doing.
With that having been said, it's time for the Kills of the Week, featuring kills from the week of January 26th @ 00:00 EVEtime through February 1st @ 23:59 EVEtime.
Nothing says "welcome to Kills of the Week" quite like a 1.7 billion isk Orca. tblack67 thought he was being clever by illegally mining with an anti-tanked Orca. Even more clever, he kept all of his possessions--including a sizable collection of blueprints--inside said anti-tanked Orca. Curiosity got the better of Agents Buck Futz, Jon 1, Loroseco Kross, Nerfbat Aldent, Nitetime Video, Dreadchain, dcomcnfg, and JINGKO BELLS, and they just had to crack open the Orca to find out what was inside.
Scott Webb put a lot of time and money into his 2 billion isk Widow. And then he promptly went AFK in Uedama. This is where I might make a carefully-crafted pun about a black widow and its Webb, but like Scott Webb, I think I'll just go AFK for a few hours instead.
...Okay, I'm back. Agents Ario Drumall, Sozial Annetor, D400, Walter Kramer, and Ferdinand Ellecon destroyed the Widow. As for me, I wasn't logged in while I was AFK, so I didn't lose a multi-billion isk ship.
Last week, Gantradies Dracos of Limitless Combat (still makes me laugh) corp lost a blingy Stratios. It was featured in the Kills of the Week post. When he found out, he started crying and maybe quit EVE. Gantradies, if you're still out there, I have some good news: You've lost only the second-worst Stratios I've ever seen. zandayus's 1.5 billion isk abomination is now the worst. Agent D400 did us all a favor and destroyed it.
Gab Cesaille is the only carebear this week who lost a ship that offended me on a personal level: An anti-tanked mining Talos. As everyone knows, the Talos is a suicide ganking ship. Gab Cesaille, you disgust me. You took something beautiful and you turned it into something really, really ugly. Thankfully Agents Sarthana and unknown boat removed this perversion from highsec.
Tyra Storm put together your typical split-personality Mackinaw, filling it up with shield tank but reserving all the lows for mining upgrades. Agents Lydia vanPersie, Tainia Coragara, HHHNNNGGG, and Scrublord en Noobcake did their duty and destroyed it. Nothing new there, but something special was inside:
Agent Lydia vanPersie cracked open Tyra's egg and was pleased to see 3.1 billion isk in implants snuffed out. Now that's a pod!
Agents of the New Order are getting quite good at locating and destroying expensive pods. It's been a few weeks now that D400 didn't get the pod of the week. You know what that means, though. He's got something special up his sleeve...
Monkey Swing deliberately purchased a hauling ship that can use a covert ops cloaking device, but he didn't bother enabling it while flying through highsec. After all, you can't cloak on autopilot, and highsec is 100% risk-free, right? Agents D400 and Ario Drumall busted the criminal and discovered blueprints inside the wreck.
Lots of blueprints. Somebody was building capitals. Or they were going to try, anyway. Given the large quantity, obviously these are all or nearly all blueprint copies rather than originals. So let's see how ZKillboard estimates the value of the kill, assuming they're all copies:
It's a highsec miracle! Seventeen billion isk worth of blueprints were destroyed, all because Monkey Swing couldn't be bothered to pay for a 10 million isk permit and remain at his keyboard while in New Order territory.
"Sandbox" or not, some ways to play EVE are just plain wrong. Please, if you have any questions about whether you're playing EVE the right way, contact your local New Order Agent today and they'll be happy to help you. Don't be the next Monkey Swing.
Posted by MinerBumping at 02:43
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I fear the same pilot will lose a similar hail of blueprints in the near future...if only he was Code compliant, this wouldn't have happened.ReplyDelete
15 BILLION in BPC's dropped.
Now that's what I call confiscating!!!!
Also.....omfg dat Stratios....:0
Pod of the week \o/ReplyDelete
Came for the "D400 power hour" left completely satisfied.ReplyDelete
Wow, just WOW, that's a lot of ISK dropped and those blueprints, that will definitely make some people on the market happy. If you don't keep them for yourselves of course.ReplyDelete
---Friendly Neighborhood Scoundrel
Reminds me of the cloaky hauler AP'ing that I ganked awhile back.. mine didn't have billions worth of blueprints though. :/ReplyDelete
Grats on the kill guys!
Cool story bro.Delete
Thanks! Where's yours? Oh you don't have one.Delete
Sure I got one.Delete
I ganked a ship the other day. Mine didn't billions worth of anything though :/
Cool story eh!
Man, the stories on this site are awesome. In fact, they're just as awesome and special as it's regular patrons.
You're not the same person, grats on the gank.Delete
Cool story bro.Delete
This week's favourite module seems to be the Expanded Cargohold II. Here, only the Widow and the Mackinaw have eschewed its undoubted advantages. I've noticed before how, instead of tanking their vessels properly, many miners and missioners just cram on as many ECIIs as they can. Still, let 'em get on with it; full holds make for fat and juicy kills..ReplyDelete
I just don't get the care bears. I do very little PvE, but when I do, I run 10/10's in null sec in a T1 Phoon, T1 launchers, T1 missiles, T1 drones, and T2 tank. Not a faction mod in sight.ReplyDelete
Of the many people I know that use expensive ships to rat- none really beat me by much in terms of time or isk. It's so incredibly NOT worth all that isk to bling out a ship. Any benefit is largely just in the head (and ego) of the owner.
If I lost my Phoon tomorrow, I'd be out less than some of the modules or implants I see on KMs, and I've made billions just casually ratting with it.
A simple mindset- PvE is to make money to PvP. Wasting money on more PvE defeats the purpose.
The Seven Deadly Carebear SinsReplyDelete
'..originally a term for general desire. Therefore lust could involve the intense desire of money.., fame or power..' I think the original may have said 'Isk' rather than money..
'..the over-indulgence (in) and over-consumption of anything to the point of waste.'
Thus, SollyLama, their love of Faction Modules.
'avarice, cupidity or covetousness' (thus Covetor).
'..applied to a very excessive or rapacious desire and pursuit of material possessions.'
Not just physical or spiritual laziness. 'Sloth has also been defined as a failure to do things that one should do'. Like buying a Mining Permit.
'..also known as “rage”, may be described as inordinate and uncontrolled feelings of hatred and anger.' Nuff said.
'..discontent towards someone's traits, status, abilities or rewards.' '..the envious also desire the entity and covet it' (that word again).
'… believing that one is essentially better than others..' New Order Members and supporters *know* that they are better, and thus avoid the sin of Pride. Carebears *believe* in the superiority of their presumed right to do as they wish in Highsec, and thus are guilty of this most serious of sins.
Simply incredible. Moving all that wealth in such a sloppy way. When I move BPs I use a small frigate with agility fits and being completely paranoiac about my surroundings. You did true justice to EVE by ganking that Viator.ReplyDelete
Technically, you can cloak on autopilot. You just have to be actually be at your computer, so you can once in a while tab over and switch your cloak on again for the next jump.ReplyDelete
Those BPCs are only worth 4,5 billReplyDelete