Bellatrix Invicta > But why have no risk for your ISK?Ideally, there comes a time in every highsec miner's life when he asks himself, "Why bother grinding isk for isk's sake?" One of the many services provided by the New Order is that we force miners to confront this important issue.
Bellatrix Invicta > What are you going to do with it?
Bellatrix Invicta > Mining fleet to get more ISK?
Bellatrix Invicta > Then what?
NightStalkerTheSecond Hellbringers > hmmmmmm
The miner was faced with the most crucial decision of his EVE career. Would he continue to mindlessly pile up small amounts of isk? Or would he take a step back, realize his folly, and start playing the game for real?
Bellatrix sincerely cared about the miner's future. She wanted to maximize the miner's chance to actually have fun in EVE. To do that, she would need to break through his overwhelming greed for easy isk. It was time for an impassioned plea.
Bellatrix Invicta > See, I play Eve to make spaceships explode. I don't care where they are.The Agent spoke with urgency and eloquence. She'd given the miner everything he needed to make a sane, rational decision. Now she could only wait for an answer.
Bellatrix Invicta > Some folks play to shoot the rocks that are used to make the spaceships I blow up.
Bellatrix Invicta > That's cool. Just don't expect safety anywhere.
Bellatrix Invicta > I used to think like you, about 3 years ago.
Bellatrix Invicta > Then I got ganked, just like you did.
Bellatrix Invicta > Then I quit for a year.
Bellatrix Invicta > Came back, joined New Order Logistics and have had fun every day since.
NightStalkerTheSecond Hellbringers > i expect the great james to understand but i guess not. how was he elected, or is this a dictatorship were hes the only canidateIn spite of everything, NightStalkerTheSecond was still hung up on the fact that I control highsec, as though it's some kind of problem. He wouldn't focus on the matter at hand--his own future!
Bellatrix Invicta > He was voted in by proxy via every citizen of Highsec.
Bellatrix Invicta > Well, might be you could send James 315 an email. Let him know what we said. Maybe send him this chat. He does reply.
Bellatrix Invicta > He might be able to show you something I haven't.
NightStalkerTheSecond Hellbringers > i'm gonna come cleanIt didn't look good for the miner. Bellatrix already felt sorry for him.
Bellatrix Invicta > Better than dirty, I guess.
NightStalkerTheSecond Hellbringers > i despise people like you i'm gonna run for this savior of high sec whatever its called run your kind out high sec cus i believe high sec is a haven for all no matter their profession no matter how long you play no matter how they mine that isn't...The miner had made his decision. He was a rebel. His bottled-up rage was finally poured out for all to see.
NightStalkerTheSecond Hellbringers > for you to judge or anyone else!
Bellatrix Invicta > Actually, it is.Earlier, he had appeared calm. But it was clear that the miner had, in fact, not calmed down.
Bellatrix Invicta > I judged you as my inalienable right.
Bellatrix Invicta > And since Highsec is a haven for everyone, I'll stay right. here.
Bellatrix Invicta > No matter their profession, right?
Bellatrix Invicta > And since my profession flies in the face of yours, we create content.
NightStalkerTheSecond Hellbringers > yes, you are welcome to stay here as long as you don't rampage about on a witch hunt killing all the miners
Bellatrix Invicta > So, go ahead and think you're doing something unique and special and then realize you're #7843 in line for that exact hope. So many have come before you and will continue to because your kind last about 8 days.The carebear entertained wild delusions of organizing highsec miners into a successful resistance movement.
NightStalkerTheSecond Hellbringers > 7843 that's alot you have made an enemy and it looks like i have lots of alot of allies
Bellatrix Invicta > Yeah. Lots of "allies" who don't target us, who don't fight us, who run and hide when we warp in system.
NightStalkerTheSecond Hellbringers > ill be making 7843 emails tonightIt was going to be a revolution, said the miner. He demanded his right to run for the office of Saviour of Highsec. You, miner, are no James 315. I make it look easy.
NightStalkerTheSecond Hellbringers > i will they hide because they are alone and they fear you guys and thats not how you win votes
Bellatrix Invicta > 1. Fear is good. 2. They're alone due to their own fault. 3. Voting is over!
NightStalkerTheSecond Hellbringers > we will see about that cus if voting is over then what happens when there is a revolution
Bellatrix Invicta > There have been a number of them.There were times when the newbie miner seemed close to waking from his bot-aspirant slumber. He remained fast asleep, for now. Not every carebear can be rescued on the first attempt. Perhaps all he needs is another good push.
Bellatrix Invicta > We're still here.
Bellatrix Invicta > And now, more miners need to be judged. I will see you around.