Kragthyk lost one of the most expensive Retrievers yet, worth over 1.4 billion isk. Despite the money spent on fancy ice harvesters, Kragthyk didn't see fit to invest in any tank--or a permit. He was dispatched by Agents Axel Plathe, Pupsius Buduliauskas, and Tony Makkenzy. They were amazed by what they saw on the killmail:
A Retriever with a PLEX in its cargo? He would've been better served spending that month of game time catching up on his MinerBumping reading.
Kragthyk > how does someone find ice for mining, new to this thingDon't feel too sorry for "new player" Kragthyk; his character is over four years old.
Axel Plathe > Kill: Kragthyk (Capsule) Kill: Kragthyk (Retriever)
Axel Plathe > CODE ALWAYS WIN!!!!!
Someone told Manny Gladstone that New Order Agents can't gank Skiffs. Someone lied. Nothing is beyond our power these days, especially when a Skiff pilot doesn't bother to tank said Skiff. Agents Xia Absent, Dekiranu, Salah ad-Din al-Jawahiri, and KoHfeTHbIu TpoLLb had little difficulty amassing the DPS needed to take out this menace to highsec.
Instead of tank, the Skiff bulked up on expensive named mining upgrades. None of them dropped, but our Agents know that there's more to EVE than grinding isk. There's Code enforcement... There's lots of stuff.
Anyone interested in a duel? Freighter pilot Ziiph saw little harm in accepting an invitation to engage in PvP with a lowly Venture. What Ziiph didn't realize is that an Agent of the New Order is powered by more than ships and modules; he has the Code. Agent Armin Soprano was up to the challenge of (slowly) tearing apart the freighter with a laser-equipped Venture. At the last moment, Armin was even thoughtful enough to invite Agents Ariadne Andenare, Xae Kae, hobosupreme, Nidalee Thiesant, Spine Ripper, loyalanon, Keraina Talie-Kuo, Krominal, LarcatOfZion, Cytheera, Honsou Blackblade, Kahvegi, and Chocolate Mooses to get in on the killmail.
Judging by the @NewOrderGamis Twitter feed, carebears are still polluting that fragile system. They even bring in their filth from nullsec alliances like CVA.
The new year hasn't slowed them down one bit. That's where our Agents come in:
Gamis was invaded by a no-good Worm piloted by a worm, bitchslap Chieve. Her bio, which could have been used to pledge loyalty to me, was as empty as her lowslots. Agents Keraina Talie-Kuo and Krominal took care of her--costing the worm 1.3 billion isk in the process.
Once again, competition for Podkill of the Week was competitive. There was a 4.7 billion isk pod, and even a 4.9 billion isk pod. Then this next fellow rolled into highsec, protecting his pod with nothing but a rookie ship...
Ouch! vok01 wasted about 6 billion isk on implants, which were quickly fried by Agent Posax's smartbomb cruiser. As it turns out, vok01 is a member of the Brothers of Tangra renter alliance, whose ticker is "B0T". Now, what those folks do out there in nullsec is their own business. But when they import their bot-aspirancy to highsec, it becomes our business.
As for the carebears who live in highsec full-time, it's especially important to set a good example for all the visitors from lowsec, nullsec, and wormhole space. Let's make it our New Year's resolution to get everyone on the same page. Follow the Code.
The Code ALWAYS Wins!!!!! ALWAYS!!!!!ReplyDelete
I must profess the Code does always winReplyDelete
The code is a lie supported by deceit...ReplyDelete
i suppose you can provide proof of this?Delete
The Code is the truth supported by righteousness.Delete
The Code always wins!!! Always!!!
Yes, the so called unanimous election by voting everyone's proxy, the buffoon of Highsec had no right to use everyone's proxy...that makes the code rise to power a lie...ReplyDelete
Your tears are noted.Delete
Thankyou for providing them.
Using ellipses like that is the typing equivalent of going AFK while mining. Please rephrase using code-compliant punctuation, thanks.Delete
The previous commenter mentioned that James 315 rightfully cast proxy votes for all citizens of highsec, but describes it as his 'right'. While this is true -- being the Savior of Highsec has many privileges -- it would be more accurate to cast the issue in terms of a 'responsibility'. Truly, he has taken up the heavy burdens of all of Highsec and it would be unfair to not acknowledge that sacrifice.Delete
Until elected he has none, you put the cart before the horse on this one and in the process made a horse's arse out of the code and all it's backers...Delete
Well I heard James asked the miners of Highsec to vote and as they were ALL AFK when the elections were held... he voted for them....works for me.Delete
Someone being AFK is not an excuse to disenfranchise people...the code is an excuse for pirates to continue being pirates...Delete
Not at keyboard? No vote. Like RL really: simple and fair to active players. Unless you propose bots to vote?Delete
He never asked me to vote, I dont AFK, and I watch the grapevine to see is there are things that may impact me conning up...and there was no notice for any vote...the claim that there was an ANOUNCED vote is another lie in the code...Delete
The lack of an organized and central government of highsec, to the point where even the holding of a permanently binding universal election for the post of Supreme Leader of Highsec went unnoticed, was just one of the reasons why James' rise to power was not only just, it was necessary.Delete
His claimed rise to power is not just, it is not necessary, it us the userping of the rights of the legitimate Empires and their citizens, he IS a pirate and so is the whole new (dis)order...Delete
The New Order and The Code does not challenge Empire law, rather, it works in congruency with it. Just as Local municipalities can have their own laws, but still be deferential to higher Sharia law (In Muslim countries.) Just the same way, The Code supersedes all applicable Empire laws, and is concurrently applicable with Empire Law.Delete
The rise of the Supreme Protector also HAD to happen, and if you'd been around at the birth of the New Order, you'd tend to agree, that the state of affairs at the time was.. to put it politely... truly horrid.
Carebears and bots ran rampant with their smug entitlement; it was not an uncommon sight to actually see in upwards of 100 mackinaws in highsec belts mining ice 23.5/7. And of those few who were actual miners, (when they were at their keyboards,) they were a most foul and disrespectful lot, without offering a single "gf" after being ganked. In addition to this insult, the economic damage was becoming apparent in the reduced price of materials, and the miners, were themselves actively working to REDUCE the price of materials, so that they could earn less profit. Crazy I know, but life before the New Order was a pretty grim state of affairs.
The Code exists, as we say every day, to save carebears from themselves. Mineral prices have risen under the New Order. Carebears are more polite and social, and bots are almost non-existent. The Glorious Election of the Saviour of Highsec happened. And YOU, Anon, 1:18 are benefiting from the daily sacrifice of the Saviour every day. Besides, the Code contains no legitimate basis, nor means, nor standing to challenge the Saviour of Highsec's election, so therefore, like all laws, you must live with it until you can find some way to change the result.
Yours in the Light of the Saviour of Highsec James 315,
saviour of high sec blah blah, code blah blah james blah blah it's like listening to a salesman at the door they hold your interest for a minute or two then you slam the door in their face or sick the dog on em !! you guys are funny though at least.(sometimes)Delete
ah the last recourse of a looser, trying to change the subject...ReplyDelete
I do love it how the AG crowd have nothing too say every kills of the week post, there grand efforts are futileReplyDelete
Posax and his smartbombing maller bring the holiday spirits.
Looks like that guy planned on being AFK a LONG TIME.ReplyDelete
Dat Retriever OMG. If you're going to have a billion worth of mining equipment, at least put it in a tanked Skiff or even Mackinaw.ReplyDelete
the competitors competed to their complete completion to compete against others insanely complete competitiveness.ReplyDelete