Achillia Trebaculous managed to lose a shuttle worth nearly a billion isk. For someone who belongs to a corp called "Shield Nation", she didn't use much tank for the job. Her alliance name, on the other hand, was spot on. Yet Achillia might've gotten away with her foul crimes, had it not been for Agent Brutal Anna's quick thinking.
The shuttle contained these blueprints. My advice? Always bet on the Catalyst.
Agent Kalorned's latest elite PvP video was featured on MinerBumping last week. yoda algeche attempted to assassinate Kalorned with his Drake Navy Issue after Kalorned repeatedly bumped it out of range of the rats he was trying to kill. You saw the video, but now you can see how fail-fit the faction Drake was. Apparently yoda was going for a "power" fit. Nice try, but real power is only found in the Code.
Dan Mile also had a ship capable of shooting back. He was confident that he could destroy Agent Zopiclone's Catalyst. In addition to an impressive structure tank, Dan had a trump card up his sleeve: He had a kill right on Zopiclone! But Dan's Brutix Navy Issue was doomed to fail. He was incinerated by Agent... well...
Dan Mile > jfuckoff, yu are nextMastering highsec PvP is always more difficult than the rebels assume.
Zopiclone > gf Dan Mile
Zopiclone > good way to waste a Brutix
Dan Mile > dont know why the bastards took me out, i had a kill right on you.
Dan Mile > oh well.
Dawn DiDacyria > Did you activate your kill right Mr Mile?
Zopiclone > Dan Mile you should Join CODE
Zopiclone > We will teach you Elite PVP
ShiKirah was the latest to employ an increasingly popular method of tanking her industrial: Fitting no modules, also known as the "lazytank". This technique is known to boost your EHP beyond what an anti-tank fit offers. Best of all, it costs nothing, so the carebear doesn't need to spend any of her precious isk. Agent HotShotX Warcastle objected to ShiKirah's fit. Highsec isn't meant to be free.
Another popular hauling method: Carry everything you own in one trip.
A philosophical question: Does this count as one ragequit or two?
Agent HotShotX Warcastle was on fire this week! So were the carebears, at least after HotShotX torched them. Ameansob piled 1.8 billion isk of garbage into his heavily anti-tanked ship. Should've gone with the lazytank. Once again, a bot-aspirant was caught in the Inaro system. Hmmm...
Blood and Ice Cream Industries corp invested in some structures, but they never got around to telling us about it. Without obtaining permission, permits, or defenses of any kind, their plans were bound to end in tragedy. Agents Aaaarrgg, Pod-Goo RepoWoman, FightMeNow, and Pod-Goo Repairman had no choice but to destroy their most prized possession.
There's more than one way to gank a freighter. Blood and Ice Cream Industries would probably have sent someone to complain about "not being warned", but even that would've been too much trouble. They didn't learn their lesson. The next day, our heroes returned and inflicted an additional 350 million isk of losses by removing their remaining structures.
Good Job Agent Zopi. Way to teach AG why it's never wise to attack a Code agent.ReplyDelete
Why didnt antiganking save them?ReplyDelete
I doubt they had time, failing daily takes up most of their playtime...Delete
What? No pod of the week?! :(ReplyDelete
My favorite ganker name is still YabbaDabbaDooReplyDelete
That's funny, because the CODE. was written in the stone age... Such barbaric times was thee.Delete
Black Abbot, someone's faking you. Congrats, you've hit the big time.ReplyDelete
> Does this count as one ragequit or two?ReplyDelete
Priceless ! :)
I moved over 3 billion ISK in PI material through Uedama over the weekend and not a pepe from Jamey's army. In an untanked epithal. AFK even.ReplyDelete
The CODE failed in stopping my bot-aspirancy.
Are you kidding? If mining or AFK hauling took a quarter of the effort needed to set up a PI network, miners would cry great big blubbery tears.Delete
Really interested to hear how you managed to set up autopilot to reach POCOS, though.
Monitor your child's game playing. Many games are now played online where your child can interact with anyone who is playing the game online. Ask your child about his game playing and who he is talking to. You can also look into your child's gaming system and set parental controls that allow you control over what your child is doing during his game play.ReplyDelete