Thursday, July 16, 2015

Over Seven Hundred Seventeen Billion in Shares Sold

You know, with all of this confusing "FozzieSov" nonsense going around, it's times like these that we can really appreciate the clean elegance of highsec's political structure--CodeSov. It's so simple, even a bot-aspirant can understand it: All highsec has CodeSov. In the CodeSov system, there's one Order, one Code, one Saviour of Highsec. It's so easy!

The economics of CodeSov are the very essence of freedom. People voluntarily buy shares in the New Order. No one has to force them. They just do it.

Mining permits are also required, but no reasonable person should have a problem with that.

Now for the Hat-tipping portion of our post.

Yildez purchased 400 additional shares, sending us over the 716 billion isk mark and earning her a Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™.

Hrothgar Nilsson purchased 1,315 additional shares, sending us over the 718 billion isk mark and earning him a Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™.

Well done. Remember, when we reach the 750 billion isk mark, we'll have sold three-fourths of a trillion isk in shares! Meanwhile, let's hear some truth from EVE's "new player" experience:

After receiving this, I replied with some helpful instructions.

Within a few hours, Agent V-ktor Dolus helped our newest recruit experience the pleasure of honourable PvP for the first time. New player status: Retained.


  1. Welcome, Absinthene Ashblood; a glorious future awaits you!

    Bend your will to the Code; let it guide you and inspire you. Believe me, you'll never regret it.

    Forget that carebearing past of yours, I'm sure many of us started out just the same way. We found our Path to the Saviour, too, and found in him a figure worthy to lead the revitalisation of Highsec.

    O, and 'CodeSov' had me in stitches. You do that every time, Saviour....

  2. "Note that ransoming and suicide ganking are prohibited by EVE University rules, but extortion and ganking generally are not."



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