Saturday, February 14, 2015

XxAwoxxX X, Part 1

Who doesn't love a good awox story? I have yet to meet a true EVE player who doesn't appreciate the simple beauty of joining a mining corp to kill their Orcas.


The big awox nerf is almost upon us, so there's no better time to savor the bliss of this emergent-friendly, intuitive game mechanic.


Agent Lord Mandelor heard rumors about a highsec industrial corp called Caldari Mining and Logistics Academy using Orcas to provide bonuses to its miners. Worse yet, one of the Orca pilots was seen in local bragging about how he could go AFK within a POS and still provide bonuses. Mandelor sent two awoxers to the corp, which accepted their applications without question.


The Orca pilot in question, who has since left the corp, was XxMinerxX X. Agent Mandelor's investigation confirmed the presence of rampant bot-aspirancy and disregard for the Code. To be honest, all it took was one look at XxMinerxX's bio.


Using his awox alt, Allan Qartermain, our hero bumped the corp's two Orcas outside the shields of their POS. Then he opened fire on the first Orca, Lara S Winters.


The carebears did nothing. After Lara's Orca was dead, Allan and the other awox alt, Blute Shoes, attacked XxMinerxX. This apparently interrupted the miner's trance-like state. Now he was playing EVE.


One of the corp members attempted to rescue XxMinerxX's Orca. As usual, the miner relied on a poorly executed act of deception. Carebears love to lie--almost as much as they love to talk about honour.


Both Orcas were converted into gorgeous wrecks. Our heroes prevailed, despite being heavily outnumbered by their corpmates on the corp's home turf. Classic New Order victory stuff there.


The miner didn't spare a single moment to appreciate the elegance of the awox operation. Nor did he offer his temporary corpmates a "gf". Instead, he chose to compound his violations of the Code by directing profanity at our Agents.


Nevertheless, our Agents had an audience beyond XxMinerxX himself: The rest of the members of Caldari Mining and Logistics Academy. Since they were attending an "academy", the New Order's finest offered an unscheduled seminar on the Code.


But as every professor knows, no matter how valuable the lesson, there's always at least some percentage of the class that don't want to be there.


XxMinerxX pulled out the old "I would've paid but now I won't" line. Before our Agents could remind him that he was lying, the miner turned his hostility up a notch. He vowed to declare war against his opponents. Since the awoxers were still members of XxMinerxX's corp, declaring war would have been tricky. Clearly, the carebear was aware that he was dealing with the New Order, which proved he did know about his corp's need for mining permits all along.

Regardless, the "Academy" was now committed to the destruction of the New Order. Could the awoxers salvage the situation (after salvaging the Orca wrecks, that is)?

To be continued...

38 comments:

  1. The CODE always wins!

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  2. The only people that buy permits are week individuals that are willing to let themselves by controlled by arrogant buffoons...HighSec belongs to the empires not the supreme buffoon of HighSec...

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    1. BuffoonAnon@10:25,
      Nobody is falling for your lies. Those who purchase permits and follow The Code are members of the New Order family; and are backed by the strongest organization that exists in James 315 space, The Knights of The New Order of Highsec.

      And as has been said before, your argument that Highsec "belongs" to "The Empires," instead of James 315, is like saying that NPC Fade "belongs" to "The Guristas," instead of the CFC. Everyone knows that the CFC controls Fade, just as the New Order controls Highsec, (which is why it is also called "James 315 space" interchangeably, FYI.)

      Also, and I'm just being a friend here, but calling the Saviour a "buffoon" didn't work the first time you did it. Nor did it work the second or any of the other times you did it, and it's not working now, as I've yet to see any other person pick up on the culture you are so desperate to see catch on. Normally, this would signify that your gimmick is a failure.

      But I believe in you. Carry on.

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    2. I am not the one that is lying about the ownership of HighSec, jamie and you code monkeys are...

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    3. If you're preaching that anybody but "the Russians" own NPC Stain, you're not not only a liar, but you're also dead wrong. But keep swinging champ. I'm sure you'll eventually score a victory some day, although your methods resemble chopping down a redwood with a sledgehammer.

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  3. And yet, the "bufoons" win time and time again. If Agents of the New Order truly are bufoons, what does that make you? Only the wise buy permits and comply with the CODE.

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    1. It makes me one very intelligent ape for seeing through your wall of arrogant lies...

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  4. BLUTE SHOES
    oh god hahahahahaha

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  5. looks like the antigankers were encouraging him to make real life death threats against CODE / AWOXERS as thats the kind of thing they encourage

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    1. They typicaly do. James edits out the things the agents say that make them look bad, and spins the story to make them look good. Ive yet to see a post on here about someone that got ganked and see the entire story from both sides of the argument, but of course, if that where to happen then people on here would see how much of trolls the "good" agents are, and how the miners/haulers/ect are just reacting to the trolling the agents give out.

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    2. [Citation needed]

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  6. I love how much ming rages when someone says the truth about how aweful new order is. Always these long posts of drivel where he tries his best (and fails) to defend his fellow criminals. Keep on raging ming, you beautiful silly monkey you.

    -=M=-

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    1. "You will know the carebear by its sheer inability to make a post without spelling errors." - James 315

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    2. LOL..criminals..in a game. Awful, because he doesn't like the fact they play the game as intended. Offended, because he has no legitimacy of his own. Judgemental, because of his own inadequacies. Vocal, because it's easier to point the finger than to take personal responsibility. Insulting, because self worth is too hard to obtain on his own. Denial, because he can't accept that things are the way they are and there's nothing he can do about it. And finally...prepubescent, because being a man requires one to grow a pair and take action rather than attempt to insult others from a state of anonymity. Sound about right? Every word you speak only holds true the fact of who the real "bad guys" are. Keep proving my point..by all means. Why not send me an in-game insult? Yes, I know who you are...but you won't..because anonymity makes you feel like you have power and say the things you wouldn't dare say to anyone's face. Why not..you know who my character is. Make an insult like you do here where you know you won't have to face consequences. I didn't think so :)

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    3. "Ming TsoFebruary 15, 2015 at 7:45 AM"
      Have you read the economy reports yet or are you just to lazy?

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    4. And I write, that you will know the code money by the lies they spew, and their undability the straw from the party line...

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    5. "their undability the straw from the party line..."

      ....what?

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    6. That should have been "stray" (stupid spell checker changing things again)...but one would not expect a code buffoon to be able to make sense of such things, that would require some intelligence...

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    7. I rest my case.

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    8. I endearingly nicknamed this particular anon "BuffoonAnon"

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    9. And so in chimes kaely with her turn at rage.
      Figured you would be to busy kaely.
      *pats kaely on the head* No biting now!

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    10. Kaely!! I thought of you earlier!
      I went to see my parents and they where looking at "golden girls" on tv. Saw blanche and instantly saw how you and she are alike :)
      Best part was when sophia said "Oh sure, give her an office with a couch and the ability to charge by the hour!"

      -=M=-

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  7. Great op! Cant wait to see the rest

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  8. "Man has always been drawn to the sea, but it's an unnatural setting for us, a place of great danger. Tides, currents, waves, wind each presenting their own hazards, none of which can be ignored. The slightest lapse of judgment can be a mistake you might never recover from. But a good sailor doesn't fight against these elements. A good sailor works with them, using them to his advantage. While others less fortunate might be forever cast adrift often in several pieces. He always comes home safely. "

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    1. People call Eve a sandbox when I think Eve is more of a swimming pool where high sec is a wave machine that drags you under the rip tide and null is the wide and deep calmer area where you can sit back and view the scenery under the surface of Eve.

      Continuing your analogy then; there are sharks and shoals of piranhas at both ends of the pool, but in null and certainly low sec in the clarity of the deep it's easier to see further beyond the muck and silent crowd.

      It's odd how some posters can't be bothered to use a name - any name, thus Anon may as well be citizen number x, instead of an actual identity. Yet those who get what this and therefore Eve is posts with a name.

      I get the code, I get Eve - I've tried to help new and returning players in high sec by discussing their opportunities in how to learn the game by teaming up with currently engaged players in both bravenewbies and karmafleet corporations. Two very large and successful null sec corps with a vast empire behind them, offering free ship, free skill books and many hundreds (if not thousands) of people able to give that advice as well as a sense of community. Even if null sec isn't for you the lessons you can take from them will stand you in very good stead when moving out on your own.

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    1. I havent seen an article about him in forever and hes one of my fave agnets =D

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  10. Veers alt? I think so. Veers is getting to predictable

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    1. I'd like to meet this Veers fellow and his thousands of alts.

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  11. i don't understand why it's so hard for the bears to figure the code out ???? really it's this easy .
    1. put the code and it's affiliates on your watch list (you do have intel at your disposal apparently)
    2.if they show in local dock up until they leave (no targets = boredom = they leave )
    3. TANK YOUR BARGE (stop being greedy. yield fit ships can't save you )
    4. stop flying squishy ships.
    5. afk is just stupid !! DON'T DO IT !
    6.IF YOUR A BOT YOU DESERVE TO DIE !!
    7.who auto pilots anymore ??? i mean come on people ???(never ever ever do it )
    8. leave high sec altogether ( yes it is an option and it's also way more fun than high sec anyway )
    9. do all of the above and eve is a wonderful game to play every day ! (and you don't have to waste your time spitting real life threats at people in local or on this blog )
    TA DAAAAAAA !!!!!

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    1. Its strange thou, cause the 'agents' of the new order have this list. On this list is the names of high sec miners who are alts of code agents, and alts of goonswarm. These names on this list are people who are not supposed to be ganked. These names are also players who are almost 100% of the time running bots and AFK. Strange how these are ok, and not ganked by new order.
      Course, without these names on this list, a certain alliance that shal remain unnamed (CFC/CODE.) would have to go mine in nul. Cant put those unnamed people at risk in nul can we?

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    2. First, note that it is also a coincidence, that this "list" you mention matches up with the other "list" that we have: The names of people who paid the New Order 10 million isk and recieved a New Order Mining Permit. Those people are the ones we do not gank, because those people are Code-compliant.

      Secondly, CODE. has no official affiliation with Goonswarm, and we will gank Goonswarm freighters just as easily as anyone else's if they don't have a permit. Although we are on friendly terms with Goonswarms highsec-ganking sig, Miniluv.

      Third, The New Order only conducts Code Enforcement in James 315's Sovereign Space, which only consists of systems with 0.5 Security status or higher. We couldn't care less about what people do in other systems. So if Goons, or hell, regular pubbie highsec mining corporations want to go out and mine in those places, they are free to knock themselves out without interference from CODE.

      Honestly, read the Code. It's all in there.

      Why pubbie mining corporations choose not to mine in nullsec where they might get blown up as opposed to mining in highsec without code-compliance where they will get blown up is logic that has always eluded me.

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    3. Logic has always eluded you ming, along with common sense. CODE. has always been affiliated with goonswarm, as your foolish leader always says about your goon overlords. For clarification https://auth.goonfleet.com/group_app.php has all the information on this list i mentioned. You might not have access, but plenty of people do :)

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    4. Anon 12:11am
      I see a sensation here. Why won't you just publicize the list? It'll be a huge shock to all the New Order community!

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    5. You really think the members of Goonswarm and or Code has a null presence and choose to mine in high sec?

      Aww bless - mining in null has never EVER been safer or lucrative, the only difference is having to take notice of the client - at least line of sight must be maintained, and this is a good way of playing Eve when un-docked.

      AnonSensation - Publishing intel has and will continue to be done but it's up to those interested in reading that intel and looking for it. Everything people need to join null sec and mine or otherwise play Eve in a community is available for almost everyone, new player or old. High sec is for...hmm those that don't know better I guess.

      You know that is a wonderful question - What is High Sec for? Illusion of safety? Safe place to learn how to play Eve? If you're lucky enough to find a competent teacher in high sec, congratulations but that would be finding a diamond in a coal mine on your first day; possible but very rare. High sec is a place where trading occurs on a massive scale. It's not safe, it's not lucrative and there is zero sense of community even if you share a system with multiple corporations there's very little if any communication or open discussion.

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  12. Damn.... I thought POS Bowling was fixed. Guess not.

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    1. It is. However, bumping ships out of a POS you have legitimate access to is what we call "fair and legal" gameplay mechanics.

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  13. good to see that awox nerf

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