Wednesday, April 27, 2016
A Stroll Through Gamis
Silly miner. Everyone knows where Agent Kalorned lives: For the past few years, he and his merry band of alts have resided in the Gamis system.
Life in Gamis moves quickly. It's difficult to keep up without the aid of social media. Hence the @NewOrderGamis Twitter feed.
Despite years of cultivation, there are plenty of ignorant carebears in Gamis. They're dazzled by the ability of New Order Agents to gank them.
Any sufficiently elite PvP is indistinguishable from cheating.
Though a handful of Agents have been banned, Kalorned and his corp remain in good standing. It's not for lack of complaining on the part of the carebears, though. One can only guess at the number of petitions filed against The New Order Gamis Affiliates. All have been rejected.
As far as I know, Kalorned is not a CCP employee. I do not have any knowledge of any particular Agent being a CCP alt. If I had to guess, though, I'd say CCP devs are more likely to own characters who have been ganked by our Agents. Perhaps repeatedly.
Upon losing another Retriever in Gamis, Galrak Malinkorn came to the conclusion that the New Order is filled with jihadists. Say, you remember Galrak, don't you?
To refresh your memory, Galrak was the author of a proposal to nerf highsec PvP.
Realizing he was too hasty to declare Kalorned a jihadist, Galrak changed his mind.
From the perspective of the unreformed highsec miner, ganking and child molestation are roughly the same thing. No wonder they don't take us up on our offers to teach them how to gank.
Ultimately, Galrak was able to reconcile his accusations of child molestation with his earlier judgment that Kalorned was a jihadist. He concluded that gankers embody all bad things he could think of.
Though it has made great strides under Kalorned's leadership, Gamis is a rough neighborhood.
In-game leg snaps and in-game stairwell hazards abound. But if you're willing to brave these dangers, a trip to Gamis is well worth it.
I think that's enough Gamis for today.