TDD Dominaters > i dont know what is your....... but ever since u picked on my old CEO ......... now ur going after me ...........TDD was tired of being lectured by Agent Malcolm Shinhwa. He no longer cared about the New Order's demands. It was time for TDD to stand up for himself and his corp.
TDD Dominaters > but understand this
TDD Dominaters > i dont care what u want..........
TDD Dominaters > i dont care what u think of me
TDD Dominaters > make your excsues i really could care less
TDD Dominaters > but since u really want this fight between u and me...........
Malcolm Shinhwa > obviously you do care
TDD Dominaters > learn how to grow up and play........Malcolm countered that even though the wardec hadn't gone active yet, TDD was already down 1 billion isk for the war. TDD scoffed at the absurd notion.
TDD Dominaters > what are u 14?
Malcolm Shinhwa > i am playing
Malcolm Shinhwa > im also winning
TDD Dominaters > yea.
TDD Dominaters > ur winning
Malcolm Shinhwa > i'm 1bil up in the war so far
TDD Dominaters > yea right
TDD Dominaters > ok
...Until he remembered the billion isk Orca he'd lost about 20 minutes earlier.
TDD Dominaters > all i have to say is this......................Malcolm issued a severe warning. Thus far, the New Order had done everything possible to shield the newbies in TDD's corp, and to focus all attacks solely upon TDD himself. But if TDD didn't free the newbies from his tyranny by folding the corp, Malcolm would have no choice but to prosecute the wardec fully. The new players would not be spared.
TDD Dominaters > you have my attion
TDD Dominaters > i know what u want
TDD Dominaters > and your going to get it ..........
TDD Dominaters > instead of you seating down and talking to me as adults as we should you attack me for no reason that has nothing to do with you.....
Malcolm Shinhwa > we'll keep killing you and your corpmates all week until you disband again or they quit.
Malcolm Shinhwa > we just hauled off your loot. but milo is still here on the gate where he popped your orcaThe war hadn't officially started, but TDD was already locked away in a delusional bunker mentality. He claimed to have a hundred spare Orcas. If true, this means he expected to be successfully ganked by the New Order 99 times.
TDD Dominaters > ok .
TDD Dominaters > i have 100 more orcas...........
TDD Dominaters > 1 really doent matter to me ........
Malcolm Shinhwa > sweet. undock them please.
TDD boasted that when war came, he would fight it to the finish. He mocked Malcolm and Bad Touches corp, accusing them of always surrendering.
Malcolm had seen a lot of nonsense from TDD over the last several months, but even he was baffled this time. Apparently TDD's recollections of his past wars were quite different than everyone else's.
Malcolm helped jog TDD's memory by posting a few screenshots of TDD's past surrenders. It's bizarre, but this is actually a common theme among some carebears. They really do say the New Order "always runs from a fight", even as their own corps and alliances disband and surrender to the New Order.
TDD said he didn't care what Malcolm wanted. He said he knew what Malcolm wanted. This left only one question: What did Malcolm want?
As is typical among New Order Agents, Malcolm was perfectly candid. He wanted TDD to learn how to play the game and to stop subjecting new players to the worst possible experience in EVE. TDD found this hilarious.
TDD rejected Malcolm's terms. Now it would be war. TDD hastened to get himself ready. It wouldn't take very long, since he'd already put the finishing touches on his "there is no north" strategy. He had already given his corp members their marching orders, which were to move a few jumps from Dodixie to run missions and mine during the wardec. Also, TDD wouldn't need to spend much time organizing his ships and equipment, since most of what he'd owned was in the Orca that got blown up.
And TDD had a bombshell of his own to drop: He had a spy of his own in the New Order. His spy infiltrated the Order a year ago, months before TDD first encountered us. Tremendous foresight.
With negotiations having broken down, there were three possibilities. TDD and his spy (Ledrian Saisima, perhaps?) could inflict a crushing defeat against the New Order. Or TDD could have a last-second change of heart and save his newbies from the hardship of war. Or, perhaps, TDD and the newbies would suffer the tragic consequences of their rebellion against the Code.
To be continued...