Saturday, March 5, 2016

Tweet Battleship Fleet

The Gamis system owes everything to Agent Kalorned and his Code enforcement activities. Gamis was once a random, unknown system, but now it's famous. This didn't happen by accident; Kalorned invested a lot of time and energy into improving the system. And he kept the EVE community involved with a multi-platform communications strategy. Today, we return to the @NewOrderGamis twitter feed.


When a miner discovers our Code for the first time, it's a revelation. Sometimes the truth dawns upon the miner slowly...


...But it's always worth it in the end.


Miners resist and rebel. They scream and cry and threaten. So far, none have proven to be effective strategies.


The more creative a carebear's strategy, the less likely it is to work.


There are always excuses, of course. As if someone's grandmother wouldn't understand the importance of obeying the law!


Kalorned is tough, but fair. There's nothing impolite about insisting that a citizen fulfills his obligations like everyone else.


Miners are often shocked and amazed by Kalorned's abilities. It's true that our Agents' ships have powers superior to those of other EVE players. We don't use hacks, though; we use the Code.


Once they get a taste of Code-powered elite PvP, the miners can only appeal to a higher authority, such as CCP. Actually, one might question whether even a CCP dev's Polaris could beat a New Order Agent in PvP. Regardless, our Agents always follow the EULA, so there's no need for conflict. CODE./CCP relations have never been better.


And the New Order's image in the community at large is constantly improving.


When carebears do rebel, however, they always lose. Because the CODE always wins. Always.

23 comments:

  1. Carebears are all wife beaters and child abusers, thats what they do while afk mining.

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    1. Actually, you are wrong. When I'm AFK mining, my dick is buried balls deep in the ass of Wolf Soprano. Ask him, he'll confirm it.

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  2. and ag try to say WE are the bad guys

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    1. And Wolf Soprano screams that I'm a badass while banging him in the ass.

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    2. Raping someone in your imagination is like tea-bagging someone in a game.. it's all in your head. Anon 3.11 AM is all talk and no action.

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  3. "Marc turnigy > fuck you im gonna bring in a fleet of battleship and kill your ass

    Iskairess Gimmmethat > Matbe ill just kill everyone there and tell them you hired me to do it. Im disabled and have nothing better to do."

    LOL

    Classic carebears.

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    1. When I fuck Wolf Soprano in the ass, I don't tell anyone else about it until after the fact. That carebear is an idiot for not having operational security.

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  4. just more griefing by code

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    1. Nope. CCP has obviously put policies in place so that anyone who is subject to griefing can report it and the player(s) responsible will be appropriately sanctioned.

      What is really happening here is that these miners are unable to handle interaction with other players using valid game mechanics. The miners above are so simple minded that they come up with blatant empty threats and spew vitriol. Any attempt to defend such pathetic people is really just an admission that they should not be playing EVE.

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    2. You may want to revise that statement - "really just an admission that they should not be playing EVE." Regardless of whether these folks can handle the game mechanics or not, if you hold the belief/intent that some folks should not be playing EVE and you knowingly engage in activities with that as a possible outcome, that could be considered griefing under the EULA.

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    3. @Anon 11:41
      Nope again. If I judge that a player should not be playing EVE, it has no relevance to their gameplay plus any present third party and myself. What a horrifying thought if it did! This is because if I then purge their ship, it does not matter due to it being pixels in a game about shooting internet space ships.

      I would only be in any danger if I then do what some number of AG and miners do and type some stupid shit(examples galore in this blog) somewhere CCP conducts logging. Fortunately unlike those players, I seem to have a sufficient level in attributes that prevent typing that shit such as intelligence, common sense and decency. Not saying some fail or agenda on CCPs or whoevers part won't eventually do me in as happens, but so far so good.

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    4. Really now? Who are you to decide who plays this game and who doesn't? Who are you to tell someone that they can't spend their money on a subscription fee for this game? Who are you to determine how someone else should play this game? I'm sorry, but you don't get to make those decisions. The player does. Any attempt to force someone to comply with your twisted in-game views can be considered harassment, especially if it drives a player to quit their subscription and they complain to CCP about it. Now I am not going to pretend to know what CCPs position on this is, but I am sure they won't be very happy about it if a in-game corporation, whose entire business model is based on coercion and extortion, is costing them subscription revenue.

      It's one thing to make CCP look bad in the press (they will ban you for it: bonus rooms anyone?), it something completely different when you start costing them money.

      BM

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    5. CODE just a bunch of sickos trying to humiliate emotionally vulnerable people. Pathetic.

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    6. At least you spelled CODE right this time, fake Belvar. I suppose imitation is the highest form of flattery.

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  5. I'll revise it for you:

    How about...

    "I know for a fact that my playstyle helps cleanse a certain percentage of weaklings from the game. That certain percentage should not be playing EVE Online because they can't handle it and don't enjoy it."

    There, how's that?

    Stop trying to space-lawyer our "beliefs/intent". CCP isn't so stupid as to try to pry into our innermost motivations/philosophies behind a freighter kill.

    I'll give you another doosey to get your panties twisted about:

    "I knew when I went into ganking that it would possibly cause some people to leave the game. I target retrievers, a ship popular among new players. I've gone through my kills and checked, indeed some people I've killed have deleted their character, presumably before leaving the game altogether. In retrospect, I'm happy that those players aren't in the game any more, as they did not belong here. Excuse me, I have more retrievers to kill."

    -Galaxy Pig

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    1. True, but if enough players quit the game due to your "playstyle," I'll bet you my bottom dollar that CCP will take action by either adjusting in-game mechanics or banning players.

      BM

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    2. So James 315, are you such a coward that you decided to censor my reply to Galaxy Pig? Or is it that you know that I am right and you cannot stand the truth? Or is it that you cannot stand the idea that I, the Butthurt Miner, can and do form coherent thoughts that put your so called code in a very bad light?

      As I wrote before my post was deleted, if your playstyle starts costing CCP enough subscriptions, then CCP will take action by either modifying the game mechanics or banning those responsible. The issue at heart is how do you balance a game like EvE Online, which is a PvP space shoot-em-up game with the personal rights and freedoms of individual players? That's the issue that CCP is grappling with. Some of the recent patches have been to cater to what could be considered their largest user base: the carebear. They nerfed ganking. They eliminated hyperdunking. I hear (not sure if it's true or not) they are planning on reducing CONCORD response times. Regardless of what the CSMs say, CCP will listen to those who they get the most subscription revenue from. From the evidence provided (based on CCP's own actions), that would be the carebear/AG segment.

      Remember people, this is CCP's game, and they can change it however they wish. If they lose enough revenue, they are going to do something about it, and you CODE people will very likely not be very happy about what they do. Now I understand, perhaps better than most, that undocking gives consent to PvP no matter where you are in the game, and you can engage anyone, anywhere, at anytime. But using (abusing) game mechanics to cause other players emotional upset is not the best way to make friends.

      BM

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    3. lol panties -> twisted

      -Oink

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    4. @Anon 1:49
      So, you purposefully target a portion of the player base whose chosen pursuits in game - part of the emergent content provided for by the game developer - offend you to the point that you center your game play - also part of that emergent content - on making game play, at the very least, unpleasant for the "offenders." And if they coincidentally happen to quit EVE, that's quite alright because they don't belong in game despite the fact they were only doing the same as you in partaking of the emergent content provided - just not the content of which you approve. Does that sound about right? Is that also the broad purpose of the CODE? If so, take a look at sections 3 and 4 of the Rules of Conduct.

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  6. Here, I dare you to gank me my character is Zanith Solette, home system is Jarizza, next to Bar. I typically am on around 8pm Eastern. I mine in Gamis, Bar, and Jarizza.

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  7. wow I quite playing eve years ago but I see the sex deprived, mommas basement living nerds are still at this..... lol losers

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