Friday, May 29, 2015

Alliance Executor to the Rescue, Part 1

To understand highsec, one must first understand the Code. After that, you can look into things like geography, trade routes, the people who live there, the activities they engage in, and so on. MinerBumping has plenty of articles about the Code. Let's consider geography for a moment. Ready?


Uphene is a system in the Everyshore region of Gallente highsec. At first blush, it looks like a random, non-strategic system. It's nowhere near a trade hub, it doesn't have ice, it lacks station services, etc. At second blush, well, it still looks like a bad place to set up shop.

But at third blush...


Uphene is next door to Leremblompes, a system with a name so long it gets cut off on the Dotlan map. It just so happens that Agent Mildron Klinker cares deeply about the Leremblompes system. He always has. (See, e.g., One Night in Leremblompes, Part 1 and One Night in Leremblompes, Part 2.)


A few days ago, something told Mildron he needed to make the jump to Uphene. A New Order Agent's instincts are always on the money. He saw an out-of-control miner with a fail-fit Retriever and torched it. For good measure, Mildron saw to it that Eromaki Uzu's Capsule and Eromaki Uzu's Mobile Tractor Unit were taken care of, as well.


Whenever our Agents kill a miner, they investigate the situation to see if the miner is a symptom of a larger problem. Upon looking up the miner's corp information, Mildron developed real concerns. It was a highsec PvE corp that encouraged new players to spend all their time mining in highsec. The corp description glorified AFK mining in highsec as participation in "alliance fleets".


Worse yet, the alliance had an ore buyback program. Instead of trying to sell ore at a mark-up to buyers far from the trade hubs, or simply mining near a trade hub and selling there, the alliance told its members to go to Uphene and sell ore to corp leaders at worse prices than Jita. What a delightful experience for new players.


Highsec is filled with terrible industrial corps that serve no purpose other than being vanity corps for the CEO. Some have evolved into vanity alliances. This was the case for Alwar Alliance, which, in addition to its main industrial corp, had shell corps like Big Beaver Club and Big Beaver Corp.


The next day, Mildron visited Uphene again. He encountered and killed Brian McMullin's Retriever. It was another member of Alwar Alliance. Alarmingly, Brian's Retriever had an even worse fit. Mildron made an appointment for the following day to give the Uphene system another check-up.


Alwar Alliance was still up to no good in Uphene. Mildron ganked galendor Darine's yield-fit Covetor and arranged for the destruction of his Mobile Tractor Unit, as well.
Mildron Klinker > o/
Javen Kai > You need to stop attacking my miners.
Mildron Klinker > well, get a permit
Javen Kai > a permit?
Javen Kai > really bro
Within minutes of this gank, Mildron received a convo request from someone in Alwar Alliance.


It was Javen Kai, the self-described "Brutor Bulldog". Javen was the executor of the Alwar Alliance. A four-year veteran of EVE, Javen's ambition was to build a highsec mining alliance. (Naturally.) By performing three attacks on Alwar Alliance miners in three days, Mildron Klinker had gotten Javen's full attention. Now the Mildron problem was the only item on Alwar Alliance's agenda. The alliance executor would need to handle this matter personally--to speak with the ganker one-on-one.
Mildron Klinker > yes sir, really, only 10 mill for 365 days of code compliant mining
Javen Kai > nah noone is going to pay you to mine in Uphene
Javen Kai > this is where i operate my alliance you dont say who mines and who doesnt
Mildron Klinker > then miners will die
Javen Kai > dont you have anything better to do with your time?
Javen Kai > other than being a greifing faggot?
The Brutor Bulldog was not one to be trifled with.

To be continued...

32 comments:

  1. The Code ALWAYS wins!!!! ALWAYS!!!!

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    1. I sleep well at night knowing agents like Mildron Klinker are keeping high sec clean.

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    2. It seems that james really has a bee up his arse, ever since Test kicked him and his cronies out of null.
      Regards FSOP

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    3. If you ever want to annoy james, when he is on in game, ask him how it feels to have been kicked out of goons. Always annoys him, Always!

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  2. and the circle jerk begins again

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    1. And anonbears return to make base sexual comments and whine about the content on their favorite blog.

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    2. If James wanted to stop them, he could easily do it by disabling anonymous commenting. He doesn't because every attempt at a troll inreases the comment count and shows him (and the rest of the world) that the player base is reading his blog and paying attention to what he says.

      Every "Meh, seems made up" only serves to reinforce the glory of the Code.

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    3. hell yeah, I'm hard already!

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  3. Riddle me this: why do some miners give themselves PvP-esque names or portraits, when PvP is furthest from their mind?

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    1. "Out on the road today, I saw a Deadhead sticker on a Cadillac.
      A little voice inside my head said don't look back, you can never look back..."

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    2. Ah, Don Henly "Boys of Summer"

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  4. IMO the wardec wing of CODE needs more members to deal with corps like this.

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  5. Feels good man.

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  6. Leremblompe: When an obese girl sits down and pieces of her fat ass slip inside her pussy and asshole.

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  7. The Code ALWAYS wins and AG ALWAYS fails!!!! ALWAYS!!!!

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  8. And in recent news:

    Waco, TX: In recent news, individuals from the outlaw biker group known as CODE. converged on a biker bar in Waco, Texas. There, met with carebears and AFK miners, a conflict started in the restroom. The conflict overflowed into the main bar room and eventually spilled outside into the parking lot. CODE members and carebears opened up on each other using clubs, knives, chains, guns, and antimatter. Local police and CONCORD, who were already present at the scene in a show of force, opened up on several CODE. members killing nine and wounding eighteen. Those who were injured were rushed to local hospitals while being anally probed by carebear penises, many of which were stuck in the mud. Over 100 CODE. members were arrested when the National Guard was called in to quell the violence. In the ongoing investigation, over 1,000 weapons of various types were located and seized.

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    1. Typical Antiganking response. Its a shame they encourage this type of behaviour.

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    2. meh seems made up

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    3. BM, your "arguments" often resort to comments of homosexuality; but this is a new low for you. You are turning a RL event that resulted in death into a satire (albeit poorly written).

      Please understand that the New Order does not judge people based on their sexuality and we are an Equal Opportunity Employer. However, if you want to join us, you must first change your ways of making light of RL deaths. We here at the Code try to keep things "in-game" as much as possible.

      Please let me know when you are ready to renounce your ways and purchase a permit. You can still be a homosexual; but you must stop making fun of other peoples' RL plight.

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    4. You obviously haven't been on here long enough to know my trolling ways. Here's something special, just for you:



      What happened to Nitetime Video when he walked into a wall with an erection?


      He broke his nose.

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    5. Call it trolling all you like ;). We know what really goes on inside your head. It also is not really trolling if no one gets upset or aggravated. You are just trolling yourself.

      As I said before; when you are ready to accept the Code and become an elite PVPer, just let us know. We don't judge you based on your choice of sexuality. We like to keep things in-game.

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    6. I actually do elite PVP. I shoot at people that shoot back, in nullsec. You guys just go and gank people who are either AFK or mining and who are a threat to nobody.

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    7. BM thinks successful trolling is writing paragraphs of inanity that only he finds amusing.

      Nitetime immediately gets a reaction by trotting out the "elite pvp" line. Young padawan BM has much to learn.

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  9. I am surprised that the post doesn't explain who Javen Kai (https://zkillboard.com/character/90284130/ ) is. Basically a low-life low-sec pvper who is obviously created this alliance for the single purpose to get an income stream from miners with his buy-back program and PLEX his account!!!

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    1. Nothing wrong with employing miners to make money for you - so long as you make your operations Code-compliant.

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    2. So let me guess, the guy accepted to pay the permits for his mining slaves and CODE is happy with that? Disappointing outcome.

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  10. Talk About a yawn fest. SSDD in the CODE Cesspool.

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