412nv Yaken > if i may, get you to quickly read over the belowOur Agent referred Lillith to the Code. He hoped that once she'd read it, she would abandon all of the nonsense about EVE she'd learned in nullsec.
412nv Yaken > http://www.minerbumping.com/p/the-code.html
Lillith Darkmoore > one sec
412nv Yaken > take your time, I just want to see this worked out
Lillith Darkmoore > ok so i read this and I am seeing alot of We dont like highsec minersThe miner insisted that she'd been caught on one of the very, very rare occasions that she was engaged in highsec mining. She normally did PvP all day in nullsec. Honest!
412nv Yaken > we like alot of miners. However wedo not like ones who afk, or are bot aspirant
Lillith Darkmoore > hahaha i do neither of that
Lillith Darkmoore > so i must be on the list of miners that you like
Lillith Darkmoore > mining only when one must
412nv Yaken > ok so back to your nullsec experience, would you ever have been caught like that?Agents of the New Order had been able to gank Lillith only because she wasn't able to tap into her vast nullsec intelligence network. Highsec was like a black hole to her.
412nv Yaken > if you were in null
Lillith Darkmoore > no
Lillith Darkmoore > because my intel is golden
Lillith Darkmoore > my buds are local
412nv Yaken > clearly not if you havent heard of code.
412nv Yaken > however
412nv Yaken > do you use dscan?
It was 412nv's job to show the miner that she was at fault for the gank. She'd taken highsec for granted.
Lillith didn't need to use the directional scanner in highsec because "everyone is everywhere". She defended her tactics, but the loss of her ship and pod spoke volumes.
Just when 412nv seemed to be getting through to her, Lillith wanted to change the subject. She didn't want to hear more about the Code. She wanted her money back.
If only miners weren't so preoccupied with isk, they'd have a lot more spare time to improve their understanding of the Code.
412nv urged Lillith once again to reconsider the usefulness of the D-scanner in highsec. She insisted she'd been fully prepared to escape, but failed somehow. She must've been "passive aligned". She'd also lost her pod, which has no align time. She claimed not to have been AFK. Maybe she was "passive ATK"?
Lillith hinted that she might be one of those "I would've paid if asked" types. But when given a fresh opportunity, the 10 million isk she owed was not immediately forthcoming.
If Lillith received 4 billion isk, she'd send 10 million isk back. 412nv was unimpressed. She'd have better luck trying that line in Jita.
Unbeknownst to Lillith, 412nv had been quietly doing a threat assessment on Lillith's "null big boys" the entire time. Now our Agent had pinpointed their location: They were from Providence, the most treacherous region in nullsec!
To be continued...