Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Over Four Hundred Thirty-Five Billion in Shares Sold

A busy business day in the New Order.


Permabanned Heroes of the Code. They're not just an abstract concept--they're a New Order shareholder. Today the Permabanned received 3,100 additional New Order shares: three thousand purchased by Haedonism Bot and 100 by Ned Thomas. This sent us over the 428, 429, and 430 billion marks. The Permabanned Heroes of the Code receive a Triple Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™, and the lasting respect of all highsec.

Black Pedro carefully studied the EVE economy and realized it was a good time to increase his holdings in New Order stock. He made a big move, purchasing 1,000 additional shares. This sent us over the 431 billion mark and earned him a Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™.

Fighter Jets GuitarSolo may be permabanned, but she's still eligible to receive stock. 2,000 shares were purchased by loyalanon in her name, sending us past the 432 and 433 billion marks. Fighter Jets earns a Double Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™.

You want some elite PvP? You'll find it with The Conference Elite, a deadly CODE. corporation. They purchased 2,000 shares. Once again, loyalanon's leadership paid off. The purchase sent us over the 434 and 435 billion marks and earned the corp a Double Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™.

We're well on our way to the half-trillion mark. There has never been a better time to be a New Order shareholder. The benefits are absolutely unbelievable!

6 comments:

  1. Thank you loyalanon, Haedonism Bot, and Ned Thomas, for supporting hisec content creation.

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    1. Why you are quite welcome, fake Veers.

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    2. Fake Veers best Veers.

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  2. What the- New Order shares?!? I thought I was buying a pizza. Them damn Jita scammers are crafty, boy.

    Also, Haedonism made me look like quite the little gnat there :)

    Hugs and Kisses,
    Ned

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  3. I just hope I played a part in getting some gankers banned for good.

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