Sunday, November 16, 2014

Kills of the Week

A very good thing happened this week: The New Order continued to strengthen its hold over highsec. Just like last week and the week before! More carebears and bot-aspirants became content recipients. Let's have a look at some of the content they received in highsec during the week of November 9th @ 00:00 EVEtime through November 15th @ 23:59 EVEtime.



Korvin Rayton lost a fail-fit Loki worth 470 million isk. Aside from the bot-aspirancy that accompanies all expensive fail-fit ships, Korvin was guilty of a serious crime. You see, his particular fail-fit was more sinister than is apparent from the above illustration.


Korvin was using his Loki as a poor man's Orca! The New Order would shoot more ships that shoot back if combat ships weren't being repurposed for vile industrial uses. Agents loyalanon, karma balancer, Misty Stenier-Tian, reaper Shardani, Quaker Oatmeal, and holdmybeer discovered Korvin's "strategic cruiser" being misused, so they demolished it.



Nimian Two didn't bother fitting his 1.2 billion isk marauder. Instead, he spent his time wandering around highsec without a permit. Even worse--his vagrancy took place only one jump from our beloved Halaima. Agents iZaEaRl, Norek Crendraven, loyalanon, Aaaarrgg, Gohman Patrouette, Gallie Crendraven, Ilithyia Borgia, Walter Kramer, Martyr Oira, Code Agent AC, Quaker Oatmeal, and Misty Stenier-Tian happened to be nearby and defended highsec's honour with a prompt gank.



Axle Jhem and his 2.1 billion isk Machariel received some startling news about the newest addition to the CODE. alliance: The Glorious Revolutionary Armed Forces of Highsec corp, which specializes in wardecs. Brave Agents Tyr Sigmundr, Egg McMuff, and Syeed Ameer Ali quite enjoy shooting ships that shoot back. Together, they showed Axle that PvP is very different from PvE, where carebears shoot virtually defenseless red crosses. Our enemies don't stand a chance against warriors of the Code. Somebody better beg CCP to nerf wardecs again!



Ouch. Min Weh put some shield mods on her flimsy little industrial ship, but she couldn't resist octuple-anti-tanking it in the lows and rigs. Nor could she keep herself from succumbing to the temptation of going AFK and autopiloting through Uedama. Agent Zasar grabbed a suicide Vexor and promptly incinerated the Iteron Mark V and its nearly 4 billion isk worth of cargo.


A zKillboard commenter chimed in, "Well this is how dunce you must be to carry such goods at such a cardboard ship!" Some truths are universal. The Code, for instance.



Judging from the bio, NeverForShaken's story could only end in tragedy. He announced his intention to do hauling in highsec. He did not include a mining permit or a pledge of loyalty to me. Where did that get him? Let's see:


His freighter was popped while traveling through Niarja and... Wait, the final blow inflicted 3 points of damage--from a Civilian Gatling Railgun?


Truth is stranger than fiction. NeverForShaken had negative Amarr standing, but he jumped a freighter into one of the Amarr-patrolled sections of New Order space. He was immediately set upon by Agent Imperial Navy Colonel, a representative of the Amarr faction police. As Agent Siegfried Cohenberg kept the freighter bumped, faction police caught up to the poor freighter and began doing damage. What followed was the very first all-rookie freighter gank! Agents Grm Makentor, Chroniccandy 420, Immortalis Vitium, Lament von Gankenheim, Quaker Oatmeal, and SFC Keeper got into their rookie ships and shot at the freighter to get on the killmail.

For all you carebears who love to say, "Highsec doesn't belong to the New Order because your name isn't in the upper-left corner of the screen," remember this kill. You might see Amarr sovereignty, but some of those Amarr are happy to enforce the Code.



casperlolz joined a lolcorp, fit out a lolmackinaw, and took a lolgoofus approach to the Code. It was lolz all around--until he met the first Gallants he'd ever seen. Our Agents killed his Mackinaw, and Agent Jaleuth swooped in to destroy casperlolz's lolpod. Three billion isk later, casperlolz wasn't laughing anymore. But don't feel too bad for the carebear: When the lolz end, the compliance begins.

27 comments:

  1. Victory for the CODE yet again! I can sleep well knowing high-sec is in good hands.

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  2. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOT ALARM

    http://www.imagesup.net/?di=1614161638213

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  3. *sigh*

    "PvP is very different from PvE, where carebears shoot virtually defenseless red crosses"

    That's pretty much the same idea CODE has about PvP.

    All in all, this blog post was again the same old same old. James seems to be a one trick pony.

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    1. and a boring trick too!

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    2. But then how would we be able to see a Loki with a civilian gun module! The Knights bring joy to EVE universe, and knowledge to the one following the wrong path.

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    3. They bring joy only to themselves, while taking it away from others. As much knowledge they bring, as much they feed misinformation to the community.

      CODE is mostly a parasite.

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  4. 2:03 AM was an obvious impostor, just look at how the sentence starts with a lower case letter. Pathetic.

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    1. Good try, DJames 315. I would never make a comma splice error like the one you made in your own post. The only pathetic thing is how you CODE MONKEYS keep trying to soil my good name.

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    2. Getting real tired of your shit fake Veers

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    3. Right back at you, fake Veers. You idiots don't seem to realize what a mighty lawyer I am in real life, and the amounts of money, prestige, and ego that endows me. I could crush your pathetic little organization and send all you griefers and real-life torturers to jail with a single call to your local DA's office. Because, in case I haven't mentioned it in the past 30 minutes, I'm a lawyer. And very rich. And a lawyer. You idiots.

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    4. I really have no idea which Veers is the real Veers anymore; or if any of them are!

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  5. News flash James 315...

    #1 You are a dumbass.
    #2 If the pilot has a negative faction standing, then yes, the faction navy will shoot at you.
    #3 You are still a dumbass.

    If the faction navy comes after you in a system, then you are fair game to anyone in that system as well. Stop trying to spin game mechanics as code enforcement. We all know that code gets ganked when they attack someone in highsec.

    Since we are talking about game mechanics, the game says that since code agents have a negative security status, then they are criminals. Simple as that. So remember folks, if you see a code agent in system, call them out as to what they are, criminals. After all, that's why concord shows up to gank them when they attack someone.

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    1. You're mistaken. There are 4 NPC police forces in hisec. In order of least powerful to most powerful they are as follows: Customs enforcement, Faction Navies, Faction Police, and CONCORD. Faction Navies are the one we're dealing with here. They deal with players in hostile faction warfare militias and players with low faction standing. Pulling aggro from a faction navy through a standings issue does not flag you suspect or criminal, and, as they do fairly low damage, it's gonna take some time for them to grind down a freighter, during which time players in rookie ships can whore onto the killmail.

      What you're thinking of is the Faction Police's response to players flagged "Criminal" in the crimewatch system by their low security status. These are two separate police forces for two separate crimes, and this explains why the freighter pilot was not free to shoot.

      Hope this clears some things up!

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    2. I GOT SOMETHING TO CLEAR UP....CAPSULEERS NEVER DIE THEY IMORTAL YOU DUMB CHICKEN FUCKERS ALL OF YOU.NO FUCKING THING AS A FUCKING KILL. GO SUCK ANOTHER ONE. BOOM ANOTHER GANK!!!!!

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  6. lol, whoring on concord kills on codies doesn't count, but this one does?
    bwahahaha! You guys crack me up:)

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    1. Concord weren't involved in that kill......

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    2. He didn't say they were. He has a point though. Claiming that whoring on Concord kills on CODIES does not count, and then make a blog post praising about whoring on faction police kill is hypocritical.

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    3. He does not have a point. Concord and Faction Police are two different mechanics.

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    4. That does not take the point away. At no point he said they're the same, nor did I. Put "understanding written text" in skill queue. You might need to buy it first though. As it happens, I have one for sale for only 10M ISK.

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    5. the people who whore on concord mails are typically the same people who wave it around saying look look i killed a code guy even though the agent still destroyed whatever he was ganking. Being a suicide ganker typically comes with a 100 percent risk of being destroyed. It's not so much the fact they whored on the mail but the fact they trick themselves into thinking they were somehow responsible for the agents boat loss when in fact it was all Concord. And before you comeback with but but code do the same. The new order destroy plenty without concord but every once in a while Concord see the light and hit the right target.

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    6. Except it wasn't Concord who hit the target here, was it? I don't have to start teaching you about game mechanics here, do I?

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    7. Yeah, that's what they've been saying. Welcome to the conversation, glad you could make it.

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    8. Thanks, I think I already finished the other one with you. We continue here?

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  7. You forgot one idiot: https://zkillboard.com/kill/42319312/

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  8. Veers is this the example you need so that you can have the game mechanics changed?

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  9. Definitely need that deadspace MWD on your booster ship. Nice.

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