Agent Kalorned has become a father figure in Gamis, much the same way I am a father figure to everyone in highsec.
The PvE'ers of Gamis are like Kalorned's children. Those who fit their Retrievers like Dorian Alezander are the newborns. Naturally, Kalorned had his alts kill Dorian.
Dorian Alezander > I wasnt AFKAfter disciplining the young miner, it was time to learn more about this Dorian Alezander.
Kalorned > Why didn't you respond to me in local?
Dorian Alezander > I was having a conversation in corp
Dorian Alezander > and nobody was in Local
Kalorned > There were at least 8 others in local
Kalorned > You should always pay attention to local my friend
Dorian Alezander > As soon as I noticed there was a message on my screen and then I died
Dorian was a part-time miner, a part-time salvager, and a full-time dude. He believed in the power of dumb ideas. But how would he react when exposed to the smartest option in highsec--the Code?
The carebear's instincts failed him. Without even reading it, Dorian already knew he hated the Code. He was a bot-aspirant. In extreme cases of bot-aspirancy, the patient rejects the medicine he so desperately needs. This is why forced medication exists.
Kalorned offered Dorian a permit again, just to be thorough. Sure enough, it was a severe case of bot-aspirancy.
Next, Kalorned dangled the carrot of a reimbursement for a wrongful gank. This was a test: Would Dorian recognize that his gank had been appropriate? Dorian failed.
Failed with flying colors, in fact.
Kalorned > that would violate The CodeAt this point, our hero became concerned. He noticed little hints of rage bubbling from beneath the surface. Such hints are easily missed by the untrained eye. Kalorned is an experienced Agent; his eyes are like those of an eagle. He knew carebear threats would not be long in coming.
Dorian Alezander > THEN CHANGE IT
Dorian Alezander > its your own stupid code
Kalorned > That would be at the discretion of James 315 - He is the founder of The New Order and the only one who can make changes to The Code
Dorian Alezander > Yeah well he knows where he can shove his code
Kalorned > I don't think he does
Kalorned > You better elaborate in a mail to him
Kalorned was right. Dorian secretly harbored resentment against the New Order--and against the very Agent who was trying to mentor him!
Luckily, Dorian calmed down long enough to engage in a new philosophical discussion.
Nevertheless, Agent Kalorned was well aware that the carebear was teetering on the brink. If properly guided, he would see the error of his ways and purchase a permit. But if something, anything, went even slightly awry... The other thing would happen.
To be continued...