Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Top Supporters for March 2014

Each month, MinerBumping immortalizes its top isk contributors in a hall of fame post. The "Month's Top Supporters" sidebar will begin showing the current month's supporters in a few days. You can view the August 2012, September, October, November, December, January 2013, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January 2014, and February top 10 lists at the appropriate links.

Here are our top isk contributors for March 2014:

March 2014

#1. Erotica 1
39,000,000,000 isk

#2. Joshu Mumon
10,000,000,000 isk

#3. Slave A00073078
5,000,000,000 isk

#4. Piter Bakunin
3,000,000,000 isk

#5. Leia Jadesol
2,100,000,000 isk

#6. Maniacal Laughter Ltd.
2,000,000,000 isk

#7. Bing Bangboom
1,500,000,000 isk

1,000,000,000 isk

#8. Kegan Bjornson
1,000,000,000 isk

#8. Skeenaa
1,000,000,000 isk

The New Order saw a lot of isk flowing in during March. The bot-aspirants of highsec saw a lot of their own isk floating out--into deep space. As long as there are good men and women willing to take a stand for highsec, the carebears will continue to get what they deserve. Crime doesn't pay. Only the Code does.


  1. "Crime doesn't pay. Only the Code does."...That's funny because it is not the Carebears that the game mechanics consider criminals, it is the ARROGANT CLOWNS of the new order that the game mechanics consider criminals...so whom are we to believe? The BOFFOON OF HIGHSEC James315 or the game mechanics of EVE...I am going with game mechanics on this one...

    1. You are going with the game mechanics which also allow anyone new order or not, to bump and gank other players? Yet another example of rebels not quite thinking things through.

      Also Praise saint Erotica 1!

    2. You reply is yet another example of the narrow mind spin you CLOWNS use to appear legit...my comment was about the quote that was in the OP attempting to spin things to code not being the criminals while the game mechanics show you as criminals...I was not complaining or making any statement on how some code members got flaged that way or any other activity...


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