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.