Sunday, September 28, 2014

Kills of the Week

Weekly update: Highsec remains under construction. Can you believe there are still pilots who haven't purchased a New Order permit yet? Don't worry, though--we're working on 'em. Eventually highsec will be complete. Until then, the permit-less carebear is a walking tragedy. Let's take a look at some of these benighted fellows' interactions with our Knights during the week of September 21st @ 00:00 EVEtime through September 27th @ 23:59 EVEtime.



You know good things are about to happen when you see a message like this in your inbox.


Earlier this year, HiddenFire's mining Rokh made him infamous. Our fair community also discovered that HiddenFire calls himself "the naked miner" because of his preference for playing EVE in the nude. (Note: It's in his bio; this information was not extracted via extraordinary real-life harassment and/or torture.) It seems HiddenFire's combat Rokh isn't much more deadly than the mining version. Agent Remiel Pollard earned an aggression flag and was fired upon by HiddenFire. Remiel's trust in the Code worked wonders.



Hey, remember when everyone was complaining about how overpowered Ishtars are? Atleastigotchicken probably wondered why. His 1.1 billion isk fail-fit Ishtar was terminated for violations of the Code by Agents King of Highsec, Laminar Septimarr, loyalanon, Supremacyy, karma balancer, Prince Sanguine, Lament von Gankenheim, Amyclas Amatin, Ilithyia Borgia, Nitetime Video, Zombiepilot, and Princess Gank Enat. Afterward, he didn't have a ship, but at least he had chicken. Carebears, don't settle for chicken. Get 10 million isk and treat yourself to a mining permit. You're worth it.



A potential warning sign: When your anti-tank modules cost more than your ship and all other fittings combined. Naraya Green embarked on an ill-fated AFK cruise through highsec with a flimsy tech I industrial and 450 million isk of cargo. Agent Zasar was assigned to be the purser for this voyage, and he calmly asked for the 10 million isk Naraya owed to the New Order. When it was not forthcoming, he had to kill Naraya. Not a typical episode of "The Love Boat", but the Code is about both love and justice.



Last week, lowsec's carebears produced a more expensive podmail than highsec's. Who would win this week? Saya Allas-Rui's disregard for the Code resulted in a 3.485 billion isk pod loss. Off to the races! Agent Flanges was in good shape to win Pod of the Week.



However, less than a day into the week, macout had already lost a 3.5 billion isk pod to Agent Brutal Anna. macout, a member of 0utbreak, thought he knew all there was to know about elite PvP. But Brutal Anna was playing by highsec rules. In any event, it was a podkill lowsec would be hard-pressed to top.



Yet it did. SlenderMan IsWatchingU ran into Agents loyalanon and 412nv Yaken, who were doing a little bit of casual target practice in lowsec before returning to the big leagues in 0.5+ security space. SlenderMan lost some extra weight--about 3.6 billion isk worth--after our Agents removed him from his limited-issue Nugoeihuvi Caracal.

I speak as though there's a competiton between highsec and lowsec, but there isn't, really. Whether lowsec or highsec produces the most egregiously decadent pod, the forces of bot-aspirancy lose. And the CODE always wins.

41 comments:

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    1. What's left of it anyhow.

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    2. Carebears Die, Antigankers Cry and the Code just keeps on winning!!!

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    3. New agents coming in all the time. In fact AG channel is our best recruiting tool. A few hours lurking in there makes people realize how toxic carebearism really is.

      ~Borgia

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    4. Bobbins, you are grossly misinformed. I hate to burst your bubble. Actually, no I don't :P

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    5. Code Griefs, Agents banned, and the Code just keeps on losing.

      Alliance Tournament - lost
      Chief Diplomat - lost
      Ponzi schemer leader - not really around anymore

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    6. Confirming the code always wins. Faith in the code literally saved my Talos.

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  2. Carebears are carebears
    in lowsec as in highsec
    No permit? No ship!

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  3. http://www.cockflop.com/ <---- DJ Entropy (he's underneath)

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    1. www.scissorattacktechniquesarehighsecdoomsdays.com

      Dryson is this your website?

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    2. Get a shrink.

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    3. Surprised as I'll ever beSeptember 29, 2014 at 12:53 AM

      A shrink for his giant floppy cock? Get Veers jealous and he makes funny jokes, who knew?

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    4. I forget that Dryson is Veers leader in Antiganking now considering he was pwnd by gorila and ragequit channels :D LOL

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    5. Ha! Fact is just like I'm not Code, I'm not AG either. I'm my own man and a force for truth and justice in Eve. The only team I'm on is Team Veers.

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    6. Confirming Beers is only looking out for himself and is a cancer on the greater EVVE community.

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    7. Eh? First part may be true, second is obviously false. I'm here to make Eve a better place for everyone, except those who have been permabanned for harassment of course.

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    8. "The only team I'm on is Team Veers."

      "I'm here to make Eve a better place for everyone"

      Contradicting yourself as always.

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    9. hardly....being on a 1 man team means i have no conflicts of interest, im not favoring any particular group. I can focus on doing what is right for the entire Eve.

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    10. Veers why can't you just enjoy yourself within the existing parameters of Eve instead of crusading against it?

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    11. That's like asking if you have a great house but no roof and its starting to rain, why you can't just enjoy your house. The broken game mechanics are a cancer that is poisoning the entire Eve, and must be eradicated.

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    12. Broken according to what benchmark? Yours? Well, enjoy wasting your energy. EVE's harsh nature is working as intended.

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    13. But Veers, you don't do anything. All you do is trying to claim grandeur in what is a slightly more eloquent way of writing than the better part of the AGs, but you don't do anything. You're not bringing people to a cause, because team Veers is a strictly singleplayer experience. All you do is impotent :*(

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    14. Confirming Veers still has serious issues with USI and actually thinks that his shiptoasting on this blog and on the EVE forums actually is responsible for anything.

      The sperg is strong, thankfully the New Order is stronger :)

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    15. Veers' self-importance
      What does it protect him from?
      Irrelevancy

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    16. DJ's opinions would carry more weight had he not been banned for real life harassment....just saying.

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    17. "DJ, DJ"...ugh
      Can you talk of something else?
      Awkward fixation

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    18. Real life harassment is an important issue. How is Jerry Rin doing?

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    19. "Harassment's bad...m'kay"
      You shitpost here *constantly*
      ...and you're the good guy?

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    20. I don't try to cause people to have emotional breakdowns for my own twisted and demented pleasure. I leave that sick stuff to Erotica1, James 315, DJ, and Jerry Rin.

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    21. That accusation
      is in itself harassment
      I'm pressing F12

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    22. Lol 'Team Veers'

      Loneliest team in the galaxy... :(


      -Oink

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    23. Veers what constitutes an emotional breakdown, why are some people more susceptible to having them than others and where does our responsibility lay within that parameter, and should we hold valid an "emotional breakdown" caused by a video game? Or should we realize that these people having these "breakdowns" aren't operating at normal levels themselves, if in fact they allow something like EVE to give them a "breakdown"?

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    24. They aren't having an emotional breakdown because of a video game. They are having an "emotional breakdown" (a bit extreme a term I can agree to that) because a group of human beings are attempting to severely anger them for extended periods of time.
      If you were to join a football league and other players decided to gang up on you and do everything they could to piss you off for their own amusement, would you say that football causes the emotional breakdown?

      CODE logic, flawless! Wouldn't expect less from a group of sad RL failures who need to act like bratty children on a video game to feel better about themselves and add some relevancy to their crappy existence.

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    25. "They are having an "emotional breakdown" (a bit extreme a term I can agree to that) because a group of human beings are attempting to severely anger them for extended periods of time."

      "Wouldn't expect less from a group of sad RL failures who need to act like bratty children on a video game to feel better about themselves and add some relevancy to their crappy existence."

      Code supporters face abuse like this constantly from carebears. We're called nasty names, issued EULA-breaking threats which don't result in bans for the offenders (because carebears aren't held to the same standards of behavior as the rest of us), and told we're worthless in real life for the actions we take in a video game. And yet, no emotional breakdown. Why is that?

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  4. Carebears, treat yourselves
    Don't settle for some chicken
    You could have The Code

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  5. "Afterward, he didn't have a ship, but at least he had chicken" - comedy gold!!

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  6. More chicken please, code tastes like shit.

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  7. My favorite part of these articles are not the fits themselves, but James' ridiculously ignorant evaluation of them. I would love to see some James 315 recommended fits; might even be worse than Lord Jasta's!

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