Saturday, May 16, 2015

The Grace of the Code, Part 3

Previously, on MinerBumping... Luiz Zirud was as bot-aspirant as they get: Agent Tisiphone Dira caught him autopiloting in a shuttle with two PLEX. After persuading Luiz to contract over his only mining barge and getting him to buy a permit, Tisiphone sent Luiz to trial. Lament von Gankenheim sat in judgment of the miner.


Luiz testified honestly and behaved gallantly. In awe of the New Order's power and glory, he perceived that he had no other choice. But a reckless comment threatened to ruin all the progress he'd made.


Rather than protesting his innocence and spinning a web of lies, Luiz admitted the error and apologized. Lament allowed the proceedings to go forward without punishing Luiz--but he warned the miner that he was on thin ice.


With a few words of gentle admonishment, the kind, paternal judge moved things along.


An investigation into the shuttle-hauling of the PLEX unearthed new information about Luiz's motives. When the New Order investigates a matter, nothing escapes our notice. The miner was forced to discard his "new player" excuse.


Luiz also had no alternative but to confess his crime of autopiloting. The noose was tightening. Now it was time for the moment of truth.


Earlier, Tisiphone had promised to return the lost PLEX. That's what had gotten Luiz interested in learning about the Code and permits in the first place. Now Judge Gankenheim put Luiz on the spot. He asked the miner if, with all facts taken into consideration, he still felt entitled to reimbursement of his PLEX.


The trial took place in a non-VOIP chat channel. Yet there are those who swear that on that day, there were audible gasps in the courtroom.


The miner's testimony had shocked everyone. He'd admitted his guilt under the Code and withdrawn his request for reimbursement. Tisiphone's instincts about this PLEX-carrying shuttle pilot were right. Something was different here. The judge indulged his new-found curiosity about the miner.


It was then that Judge Gankenheim reached a verdict.


The judge didn't say it, but everyone in the channel knew his thoughts. Everyone shared the same sentiment.


The grace of the Code had descended upon this miner. Now they would all witness its power.

To be continued...

29 comments:

  1. No one is too far gone into the darkness of the asteroid belts that they cannot be brought back into the brilliant splendor of The Code.

    Don't believe me? Gorila Vengaza.
    I rest my case.

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    1. poor example really .
      hardly a beacon before joining your mob was he, posting lies of his own on his blog.
      unless of course you say he was telling the truth when he said you lot ganked permit holders ....is that what your saying ?

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    2. Sorry, Miner.. anonymous persons are not allowed to speak in a court of Space Law.

      As for your flimsy argument: We gank any pilot that has decided to violate the Code; regardless of their permit status.


      You have missed my point. Even you, the degenerate, anonymous whiner, can repent your aspirant ways and come into the light. You can join the New Order and help free Hisec from the tyranny of bot-aspirants and evil pve-corp CEOs.

      May I first suggest purchasing a mining permit?

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    3. so i'm right then ...just as i thought.
      that was far too much effort at denial to be true.

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    4. lmao ..the griefing ganker who gets popped by the law of high sec (concord) everytime he ganks is calling a perfectly legal individual going about his legal business a "degenerate" ...more precious comedy from the clowns of code.
      keep it coming it's hilarious.

      (i can hear the code is the law waaahh waaahh already ).

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    5. @Nitetime Video
      your almost as good at the "spin" as minger has he been giving you lessons LOL

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  2. Its sad that he is so innocent that he falls for this scam by a known scammer.
    Whats more sad is the scammer taking advantage of him. :(

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    1. Are we reading the same thing? I'm reading a story about a miner discovering the true joys of Eve with the help of his new friends in the New Order. No scammers here!

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    2. You need to get your glasses fixed, 290

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    3. Well it does fit with the standards of code., all they can prey on is the weak anyway.

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    4. Learn how to read miner.

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  3. This shit is just ridiculous! This so called "New Order" is fucking pathetic...

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    1. Writes Anonymous May 16, 2015 at 2140

      But they're known and unmasked. You didn't write and inform the masses the reason you believe the New Order to be pathetic. You also claim this post to be ridiculous shit.

      Assertions and opinions carry a lot of weight but not until you back them up with your own thought process.

      We all read what is written here, please share and convince those on the fence and persuade others to your so far undocumented, to join you.

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  4. Tisiphone: As you are well aware I am a lawyer so I know my facts. A new player is consider new up to seven (7) years after he was created - I made that rule up about 6 months ago on the C&P forums

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    1. I thought a new player was up to twelve years?

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    2. The twelve year rule applies if you aren't Grrrrrrr Goons

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  5. This judge like all your new order judges is a bad joke...

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  6. I am at the edge of my seat. Can't wait for the next installment!

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  7. The cose ALWAYS wins!!! ALWAYS!!!

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    1. Asia Leigh Please stop being a bot it is against the code.

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    2. Asia Leigh your shit posting is so artful it is like those "first" post you see all the time so new and edgy and clearly shows how smart and articulate you are.

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    3. asia works better with mingers hand up his ass.

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    4. Miners, please calm down, and keep it clean. This is a family friendly blog.

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  8. sure it does .

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  9. This is shaping up to be a great, feel good story. Predictably the a.g. crowd is shedding more tears then the Gallant in the story who lost the 2 plex.

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  10. Could it be we'll witness a miner at the bottom of the Eve food-chain start the journey to the top as a budding New Order agent?! I'm in suspense!

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  11. hopefully someone will point out that an aspiration to be a code philistine is no aspiration at all.

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  12. meh seems made up

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