Sunday, November 30, 2014

Kills of the Week

There was stiff competiton for the Kills of the Week over the last seven days. Numerous freighters and carebears of all kinds exploded across highsec. The oft-arrogant incursion runners felt the sting of Code justice, and were duly chastened. Today, I'd like to highlight just a handful of the delicious New Order victories from the week of November 23rd @ 00:00 EVEtime through November 29th @ 23:59 EVEtime.

If seeing Creare Iniziare's 5 billion isk travesty of a Vindicator doesn't make you realize the importance of the Code, I don't know what will. It's bot-aspirancy taken to a whole new level. Luckily, some friendly neighborhood Agents were camping the system and provided what was needed. Agents loyalanon, Gohman Patrouette, Ralph Abre-Kai, ELicken, Walter Kramer, Ilithyia Borgia, John E Normus, Held der Finsternis, Gallie Credraven, Braggs Seyllin, Quaker Oatmeal, Sasha Cohenberg, and Lament von Gankenheim deserve maximum praise for this kill.

Need to vomit in a hurry? Try some ipecac. If that doesn't work, check out Miss Martin James's mining Megathron. WARNING: Consult a doctor, or better yet, an Agent of the New Order. Agents > doctors when it comes to highsec medicine. Agents GrifterEx, Agent Kailethre, Lord Mandelor, and Maqari Kinraysuwa treated their patient to some antimatter--and wrote a prescription for a mining permit.

Notice anything wrong with this freighter? If so, you're doing better than Shell Coldcinder, who apparently didn't realize you can't put a Damage Control Unit on a freighter. Nor can you travel with a freighter through highsec without a mining permit. The end result was predictable, but still glorious. Agents Walter Kramer, loyalanon, John E Normus, ELicken, Braggs Seyllin, Ilithyia Borgia, Gohman Patrouette, Nanny State, Misty Stenier-Tian, Ralph Abre-Kai, Lament von Gankenheim, Sasha Cohenberg, Quaker Oatmeal, and Held der Finsternis heroically won their PvP engagement against Shell Coldcinder.

Heinrich Floss wasn't carrying much in his freighter. It was only a handful of items, and they were all cheap. But this kill was very significant, and it cost Heinrich a lot more than you might imagine. You see, Heinrich was being tested.

...Tested for greed. Heinrich failed. He accepted the courier contract, got blown up, and lost the 900 million isk collateral--which was paid to our Agent, who set up the contract. Agents Jack Van Impe, Porky, loyalanon, Globby, Axel Plathe, Sophia Soprano, Held der Finsternis, Sasha Cohenberg, and Jason Kusion served as greed test proctors.

A gank always reveals what's truly in the heart of a carebear, doesn't it? Zeur Primus was casually abusing highsec with his billion isk anti-tanked Orca. Did he put a "GF" in local after it was destroyed?
Zeur Primus > you never met me
CODE Agent AC > My guns state that I met you at least once.
Zeur Primus > you know what sucker punch means baby
Zeur Primus > enjoy it
Zeur Primus > your like 13.. enjoy
CODE Agent AC > 13 as in my age?
Zeur Primus > everytime you undock.. myself and a gang will be waiting.. lol the more you strike the more we know your names and alts .. its not a winning strat
Zeur Primus > come to provi.. we will fix you up
Rather than congratulating our Agents on a fight well fought, Zeur chose to play the "powerful friends in nullsec" card. Only, instead of appealing to powerful friends, he appealed to the Providence bloc. (Don't be surprised; highsec miners look upon the Providence bloc with a sense of awe.)
CODE Agent AC > I've done more in null than you have.
Zeur Primus > omg code.. i smell pussy
Zeur Primus > dammit code.. this is a game for me
Zeur Primus > did your daddy abuse you.. ? come now be a man
Zeur Primus > i smell pussy
CODE Agent AC > No you witnessed fun.
Zeur Primus > i fuck pussy
Zeur Primus > i see easy unchivalrous kills
Zeur Primus > and a quaint niche that will not last
Like so many miners before him, Zeur predicted the end of the New Order. He doesn't think we'll last. Agents John E Normus, Zasar, Nitetime Video, loyalanon, CODE Agent AC, Gallie Crendraven, Norek Crendraven, Gohman Patrouette, Sophia Soprano, Quaker Oatmeal, BeBopAReBop RhubarbPie, and Martyr Oira proved that the New Order has a lot more staying power than Zeur's Orca.

Zeur was so impressed by his encounter with our Agents that he updated his bio.

MetalFoX Tazinas's 4.5 billion isk set of Genolution Core Augmentation implants went pop. When Agent RingPiece Raider asked him to purchase a permit like everyone else, MetalFoX's temper went pop, too.
MetalFoX Tazinas > You two have made a very, bad mistake.
MetalFoX Tazinas > I have 5 friends in your system in battlecruisers waiting for you.
RingPiece Raider > sorry why my friend?
MetalFoX Tazinas > And the cost of them implants to me is pocket change.
RingPiece Raider > Sorry can i refer you to management if you are not satisfied?
MetalFoX joined the long list of rebels who threatened to do something to stop the New Order. But as the last week has shown, no one can do anything to stop the New Order. No one.


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    1. hahahahhaha

      I think you might be the devil 412 :)

  2. What a splendid treat for the end of the week!

    Congratulations to all those Knights of the New Order, who turn out time and again to place before New Eden our beloved Code. They are the vanguard of the civilising forces.

    Victory to the New Order of Highsec and all praise to James 315!

    1. I listened to your entire reading of Manifesto #2. That was amazing.

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    1. Except for a real life situation...
      Code will always lose, ALWAYS!!!

      Pussies like Code players can't hide behind a keyboard and a med clone ;-)

      Call it what you want but what you are doing is digital bullying no matter what you think about it.

      Treat me bad in game and you will have a hard time to prove that you aren't like that pussy in real life. I will treat you as the pussy you are until you prove me wrong...

    2. Guys, I think he is right. Ganking IS bullying:

    3. Since someone have made a real life threat against my family just because I don't like digital bullying I will stay anom for now.

  4. Dat vindi....daaaaaamn

    ----Mike Adoulin

    1. He was obviously traveling to an incursion, such fits are pretty common among that crowd. The question is how did he not scout for himself with such amount of money invested in fitting. Largest amount of isk i have brought out of station was 800kk worth of loot in a blocade runner and i still used an alt to see what's going on next system.

  5. Zeur Primus's story reminds me a little of how Veers, who lacks all knowledge of anything nullsec, rants on and on about grrr goons and PL hotdrops. miners/veers like know a few coalition names and a few myths and then drop these names whenever they feel they need to make some sort of point. As if name dropping increases penis size.

    1. I've not heard of you running lvl5s nor lowsec incursions, so your claims to elite are spurious at best. So if you want an unbiased opinion Veers mail me your full API in game (wallet journal shows Missioning activity, so no hiding) in strictest confidence and I'll gladly vouch.

      - Dr Tyler

    2. ha! I live in highsec buddy, where the real PvE players are. I'm not interested in the whole predator-prey lowsec thing. I prefer to make my isk in peace, without worrying about any PvP stuff.

  6. It's great when a carebear creates new content in his bio following his participation in content creation by the New Order.

    That's a DOUBLE win for the Code!


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