Sunday, February 1, 2015

Kills of the Week


So much destruction. So many carebears losing everything they've got because they won't obey the law of the land. We know it's economically irrational for a freighter pilot not to pay the 10 million isk fee each year. The kills highlighted from this past week, January 25th @ 00:00 EVEtime through January 31st @ 23:59 EVEtime, are about something more than isk, though. They're about respect. I predict that 2015 will become known as the year of respect--the year more and more highsec residents began to really respect the New Order and what it does for the community.



This isn't a cropped killmail. Darkness Hawk lost an 8 billion isk tanked-up Bowhead to only four (three, really) suicide gankers: Agents Emotion Sasen, Globby, Braggs Seyllin, and AT Commentator 2015.

How did they do it? We've discussed "hyperdunking" before. It's when a ganker with a ship-carrying alt repeatedly boards new ganking ships ejected next to his target. Unlike the famous "boomerang" technique, no warping is used; every gank ship is destroyed by CONCORD. Is this technique valid or an exploit? According to CCP's EVE-O announcement, it's totally valid. No rules are broken.


Of course, there were the usual tears, shed for the "simple", impoverished 8 billion isk Bowhead pilots. This, in spite of the fact that only the most absolutely bot-aspirant player can be hyperdunked in this manner (a lucky warp or a single escort ship can put a stop to it). Though hyperdunking is not a common tactic, and although it affects only a small, bot-like percentage of EVE players, the carebears must protest even the slightest element of risk in highsec.



There's nothing special about this POS module and others lost by Smegs Transfer Corp. Or so it seems. From the amount of damage inflicted by Agent Mildron Klinker's gank Catalyst, we can conclude that Mildron has re-purposed the hyperdunking technique to attack stationary equipment...


...Which, has it turns out, may hide billions and billions of isk worth of blueprints. Fair warning: Everyone who wants to own property in highsec must pay their respects to the ruling authority of highsec. Or, you know, you can lose all your stuff. Instead of paying 10 million isk, someone in Smegs Transfer Corp ended up contributing 10 billion isk.



Speaking of respect, some random Cerberus pilot in local questioned the PvP prowess of our Agents.


It was a costly mistake. Catherine Springfield's duel offer was accepted by Agent Tear Jar, who quickly destroyed Catherine's 673 million isk Cerberus. What was that about the New Order not shooting ships who can shoot back? More bad advice from the Anti-Ganking crowd, I suppose.



Agent Alana Charen-Teng was treated with disrespect by an Orca pilot who didn't know his place. What he didn't realize is that his corp had recently been infiltrated by two awoxers.


Said awoxers were loyal to the New Order, and they promptly taught XxMinerxX X a lesson in respect. Agents Blute Shoes and Allan Qartermain destroyed the billion isk Orca in a jiffy. Karma can be efficient sometimes.



...As it was for another Orca pilot, Joyof Mine. She was incredibly hostile (not to mention paranoid) to one of our Agents in local. Words of disrespect are not quickly forgotten by the New Order.


Joyof Mine's corp was wardecced and the Orca destroyed by none other than Agent Alana Charen-Teng, who paid it forward. In time, the destruction of the rude will raise the level of discourse all across highsec.



Members of the 3.14Rates corp told me that they wanted to challenge the "poor, defenseless miners" meme used by the carebear apologists. Agents Draygon 152, Zam Hunter, Vincent Lecarde, Chloe Thorpe, Chase Burrell, and yrpappy showed how even Ventures are perfectly capable of shooting back--and even enforcing the Code upon other mining ships. KillCopy's Retriever was involuntarily drafted into this demonstration.



Do you know Agent Posax? He's a man on the move. He managed to score over 2,700 kills in a single month. That was over 700 in a week. According to zKillboard.com, Posax racked up more kills than any other individual pilot in the entire EVE galaxy. Along with Agent loyalanon, zKillboard's #1 ranked PvP'er in EVE, the New Order is comprised of some truly elite PvP'ers. The numbers don't lie!


...Nor do Posax's smartbombs, which unerringly vaporize those who would disobey the Code. Alexander Wiegel's shuttle and pod were worth over 5.4 billion isk if you add in the cost of the 'Deadeye' implant not valued here.

The New Order is swiftly advancing on all fronts. We are reshaping highsec. Thousands of players are being brought into line with the Code. No wonder we're gaining such respect--we've earned it!

36 comments:

  1. You pirates are by no means the law of the land (or space, either)...

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    1. Might makes right.
      If we're so evil, you're allowed to organise the mining community into a resistance movement.

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    2. @Anonymous 1:45AM

      That would require the bot-aspirant carebears to actually embrace emergent game play and create content, which we all know will never happen.

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  2. bunch of criminal thugs.

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  3. Antigankers are failing to stop Code in anyway!!!

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    1. Whats to stop? Code is usualy docked up anyway. When code undocks they fail, hense why so many of the killmails are faked anyway.

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    2. lmao @ "faked killmails"

      You do realize that the major killboards, including the ones that James 315 uses here only accept CREST verified submissions? You can also check them out yourself, and see that they are quite real.

      Accusing these agents of "cheating" without any proof at all is rather childish - like a small child losing a board game and shouting "you cheat!" - at some point you might want to grow up and learn to not be a sore loser.

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    3. I don't know where the rebels keep getting this idea that the articles and kills are faked in MB. Everytime one is posted chat logs, kill mails, witness accounts are displayed and easily verifiable. I guess the rebels need to tell themselves the CODE just can't really be that good.

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    4. It's interesting to watch the development, rise, and fall of various antiganker memes. It's been a while since one of them tries to "harvest our tears" by bringing up our victory at the AT, and in 4-6 months all this "fake" stuff will be forgotten in favor of the new rebel fad. Too bad for them they don't have the ideological continuity we are granted by having a Code.

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    5. "Maria MalukkerFebruary 2, 2015 at 12:55 PM"
      Space whore, go home...

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    6. Aw, thanks Anon@5:54. It's nice to know you're thinking of me.

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  4. So proud of cheating...

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    1. It is impossible to cheat in EVE. Any supposed cheating would immediately be petitioned, and since you can't name what exploit was employed, you admit that there has been no violation of game rules. The Code ALWAYS wins! Without any sort of foul play!

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    2. CODE by its very nature is a cheat, and and exploit.

      The Code always Cheats! Always

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    3. Present your evidence of "cheating" that was used to generate these kills, random Anonymous posters too afraid to post with their mains.

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    4. "DJ EntropyFebruary 2, 2015 at 4:47 AM"
      The banned player who thinks everyone posting here actually play the game of whores (EVE) ;)
      Not all play that retarded game so get your free but plug now so you mom can stop licking your pants clean each time.

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    5. Ick. CockAnon, you by yourself are a good argument against allowing carebears to play Eve. And don't think you're fooling anyone by pretending not to play. Why else would you be here, day after day?

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  5. I call bs on the 2700 kills in one month.
    Even IF he was on for 12 hours a day (which sounds bot aspirant to me), he would have had to do 8.5 kills per hour, every hour, or a kill every 7 minutes. Either there is fake kill mails mixed in there, or he is running a bot (a very good bot i admit, but still a bot).
    I think ccp should do an investigation into his illegal activities.

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    1. I believe he's been going around smartbombing things. If done right it can net you a lot of kills very quickly.

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    2. the code and "respect" in the same sentence !!! lmao

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    3. Anonymous @ 2:51:

      Call BS all you want. With nothing but empty assertions to back up your claims, it's not worth seriously addressing any of your points. You won't attempt to gather any evidence, either, since that wouldn't align with the lazy carebear playstyle.

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    4. @Anon2:51
      Remember, anon, that being on EVE for 12 hours a day by itself, is not considered bot-aspirant, nor is it a violation of the Code. It is only "excessive mining" that causes carebears to violate the Code, because, lets be serious, what kind of person would want to waste all that time mining? If an Agent of the New Order wants to sit at his computer ganking for 23.5 hours a day, that would be considered for the Glory of the New Order, and not bot-aspirant in any way. I'm so glad I could clear this little misunderstanding up.

      Winning the argument again, in the light of the Saviour,
      Ming

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    5. "Ming TsoFebruary 2, 2015 at 1:25 PM"
      Repeat something endlessly like you gankers do is botting no matter what you call it so get your free but plug now before you soil your computer too...

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    6. Calm down, Miner.

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  6. I thought veers had got bored of the game and moved on, but no he's still hanging out in the forums. it's disturbing to have a sociopath and RL harasser still in Eve I hope he moves on soon

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    1. Alot of players have those same thoughts about james and code in general, and unfortunately except for a good bit of bans, they are still around causing harassment. Long before veers is banned, a much larger portion of code will be, and likely james himself will be.

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    2. lol....as if anything I do can compare to the sociopathic code endorsed bonus rooms, and their cast of heories, erotica1, DJ, D400, etc...

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    3. Dont worry about them veers, your far better then all of code put together.

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    4. Nah, Veers won't be banned. He'll just get bored of mining red crosses and sperging on forums all day, and move on with his life. And personally, I'll be sad when that happens. As awful a person as he is, he does provide a fair bit of entertainment with his flailing around and blatant hypocrisy.

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  7. There is much butthurt in the miner camp lately. Looks like CODE is winning, always.

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    1. Quite a bit of butthurt in the ganker camp also ;) I just love how much code cries all the time that the game is unfair to them. Suck it up buttercup, as you often say the game is ment to be this way.

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  8. 1,000 freighters! Oh how far we've come! Great job everyone, I am so proud of you all!

    Here's to the next thousand! And the Next! And the Next after that!


    -Galaxy Pig :'D

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  9. 1,000 freighters is a lot of veld, you'd think miners would thank you.

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    1. I think you're entirely right! The miners have a lot to thank us for.

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