Monday, February 2, 2015

Top Supporters for January 2015

Each month, MinerBumping immortalizes its top isk contributors in a hall of fame post. The "Month's Top Supporters" sidebar will begin showing the current month's supporters in a few days. You can view the August 2012, September, October, November, December, January 2013, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January 2014, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December top 10 lists at the appropriate links.

Here are our top isk contributors for January 2015:

January 2015

#1. Sarthana
15,000,000,000 isk

#2. Kunza
5,000,000,000 isk

#3. Zepher Helen Hawat
1,750,000,000 isk

#4. PV Rock
1,000,000,000 isk

#5. Tear Jar
660,000,000 isk

#6. Lillik Eoner
315,000,000 isk

#6. Marcus Oltsato
315,000,000 isk

#8. Wardog Squadron
300,000,000 isk

#9. verenia Kouvo
250,000,000 isk

#10. Kaely Tanniss
200,000,000 isk

What an impressive bunch of folks. When you hear people running down the highsec community, point them to this post. It's proof that generosity, charity, and the spirit of the Code are alive and well in empire space.


  1. The code is fecal matter...

  2. Really, is that all you got?

  3. The Code is ALWAYS Winning!!!!

    Antigankers are non-stop failing daily

    1. I guess you're thinking that your childish spamming of that bs upsets "carebears"? You're so pathetic, considering that you got, how many? 2 or 3 children?

    2. the code is always whining.

  4. That is even more lame than ming...

  5. Talk about bit-aspirant, you clowns keep repeating the same had full of phrases, kind of like you have now become what you are vilifying...

    1. Most of them are bots. Im fully expecting dj to chime in at any time with "Miner! Calm down!". They cry lots of tears over honest miners, mission runners and haulers, and its only because they cant figure out how to make the kind of isk those people do, so like a mob they try and extort them.

    2. "...and its only because they cant figure out how to make the kind of isk those people do, so like a mob they try and extort them."

      I didn't know that mob mentality extended to extortion, miner.

      Better calm down.

    3. Why do you guys hate miners? Got some issues? Did a miner touch you in your childhood?

    4. think that miners, mission runners, and haulers are the ones making real money in EvE? If we cared about money, we'd take up station or inter-regional trading, that's where the money's at. Some of our members do indeed do that, others explore, others make their living through glorious and honorable PvP. All of which pay better, both in isk/hour and in fun/hour, than mining or missioning or hauling.

      Try again, miner. Can you think of any *other* reason we might do what we do? Something to do with the tenets of the Code, perhaps?

    5. You're simple griefers, thats all. On that I agree with you Maria, the poster is wrong about his speculations about your reasons.

    6. Anon@1:00

      You're also wrong in the fact that we're simple griefers. There's a lot more to what goes on in CODE. than "simple griefing."

      You see, (if you bother to read loyal's recent interview) many, if not all Agents of the New Order started out just like you, as "carebears." We used to mine, mission, haul with focus on yield, slaves to that all-important "isk per hour" that carebears so forcefully cling to.

      Then either James 315, or an Agent of the New Order came one day and bumped us. Ganked us. We cursed. We screamed. We futiley petitioned CCP. None of it did any good. We read The Code. We couldn't understand why we were being forced to follow these rules that didn't make sense to us at the time.

      And then, finally, there was a time where we, as carebears were at a crossroads.. We weren't getting anything done in Highsec. Our Isk/hour was in the toilet because of CODE. We felt harrassed, griefed, threatened. We were at our crucible. We could have quit the game in disgust, but instead, we decided: "Fuck Highsec, I want to fucking kill somebody."

      And then we did just that. We ditched our big mission running battleships and mining barges for stacks of T1 frigates and modules, all fit the same way. And we went through that lowsec or nullsec gate. And we tried to kill somebody. And we died. Horribly. And then we did it again. And we died again. Horribly. But we learned.

      We kept learning and dying and learning and dying. And then we made some friends, which, amazingly were some of the dudes that kept killing us. They taught us about better fits, better ships, better tactics. And then one day, we would all get jumped by bigger assholes. And we all thought we knew how to fight back. We didn't. We all died.

      But one day, we didn't. We lived. The glory that came from finally being able to stand up for ourselves because we knew a little bit about what we were doing was not any less than finally winning a fight against those who had been griefing us for so long.

      Then after a long time, when we start feeling comfortable without the training wheels of Concord watching over us, we come back to Highsec, and we see these noble Agents of the New Order, who are people just like you and me, desperately fighting in these T1 ships to liberate carebears from their chains, to tell them about this wonderful life they've experienced beyond the gate, and get them to experience it themselves, and being answered by a wall of sheer ignorance, anger, lies, and utter douchebaggery. They Agents realize that these people will never change their ways unless they are pushed. Because they have to be pushed. Because if you leave them alone they will band together, and destroy everything good you've ever experienced about this game.

      And so we buy a permit. And we display it in our bio. And we push. We push and push and push, in hope that we can find another brave soul who goes through that gate and gets tested by fire. Or we find the squishy soul and get him to quit the game. Either way, we are pruning this community so that it retains some sense of standards, of brevity, and of integrity.

      We 100% unironically and without role-playing stand behind The Code and what it stands for. We stand backing the greatest storyteller in all of EVE, James 315, and the adventures that he represents. We charge 10 million isk for a New Order Permit, not because it makes financial sense, but because it is a nod to the history of this great game.

      Because of this, the New Order will never die. The only way it will ever die is that it will become irrelevant with 100% Code-compliance, with every carebear understanding what it is to play this wonderful game, to know what a treasure you have in your hands. To realize that The Code always wins in the end. We surely hope you can figure out that it will.

    7. Very well said, Ming. You brought tears to my eyes.


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