Previously, on MinerBumping... MalkePigen lit up Uedama local with a litany of complaints about EVE. She resented CCP, felt ganking mechanics were unfair, considered ganks to be harassment, accused gankers of being cowards for remaining docked up during their criminal timers, and vowed to quit the game. When asked why she remained in the game she hated so much, MalkePigen gave a startling explanation.
According to MalkePigen, her subscription fee was repeatedly paid for by CCP due to some kind of problem with the petition system. She'd flooded CCP with frivolous petitions about ganking and harassment. That, combined with MalkePigen's confusing writing style, had baffled CCP and made them unable to answer her petitions. Apparently this resulted in them giving her free game time as compensation.
MalkePigen no longer paid for her subscription to EVE, not even with PLEX. Her account was kept alive solely by feeding on a diet of gnarled, broken petitions. She was something different now, something twisted and monstrous.
...MalkePigen had become a zombie space lawyer.
Fellow Anti-Ganker Rhamnousia Nosferatu joined the conversation in local. Breaking an informal Anti-Ganker policy of silence in local, Rhamnousia urged MalkePigen to stop feeding people tears.
But MalkePigen, despite a killboard full of proof that she was an Anti-Ganker, no longer felt she was part of that movement. Because CCP allowed "harassment" of anyone who tries to stop ganks.
No one could figure out MalkePigen's definition of harassment, not even CCP. Their confused reaction to MalkePigen's petitions made her "quit", but they also paid for her subscription. She existed in a gray area. An undead Anti-Ganker, she played EVE only to complain in local.
A tormented soul with unfinished business in Uedama, MalkePigen could not move on.
Over the years, Agent Salah ad-Din al-Jawahiri has built a solid reputation for honesty, integrity, and all that good stuff. He couldn't believe his character was being questioned by MalkePigen. Salah and 50 unnamed co-conspirators were charged with harassment.
Uedama had no choice but to bear witness to MalkePigen's speech in local. After a seemingly endless rant, MalkePigen took a breath, allowing others to offer their input.
MalkePigen wasn't done, though. As Uedama's residents spoke up, MalkePigen accused them of harassment, or at least of being pro-harassment.
Although she'd devoted a lot of time to complaining about unfair game mechanics, MalkePigen didn't consider that to be her main point. What, then?
It was all about harassment. MalkePigen was going to make Uedama understand what that word meant to her. Even if it took all night.
To be continued...