Saturday, April 9, 2016

Highsec Miner Grab Bag #103


When you see this kind of stuff in local, it can mean only one thing: It's time for another edition of the Highsec Miner Grab Bag!


I often get the feeling that the carebears don't really like EVE. They never pass up an opportunity to reject the game's vibrant culture.


Hmmm...


Maybe there's something to this theory.


Embor en Bauldry is exaggerating, I think. A miner with 10+ friends?


Imagine 20,000 bots and bot-aspirants leaving the game. If EVE were a nullsec alliance, we'd call that "trimming the fat".


Meanwhile, in an Anti-Ganking fleet...


This is why you don't trust Anti-Gankers. If you're interested in truth, seek out the New Order.


Sadly, it was too late for Evita Jaynara. Her webbing Maller was CONCORDed, and then she lost her 630 million isk pod.


Plastikfrau Ruok was all set to give Agent Ezzemiah Delma some guff. In the old days, miners were nearly unanimous in opposing the Code.


Now, however, the miner population is beginning to experience a renaissance:


Cultural victory is just around the corner. Highsec has within itself the potential for greatness. All we need to do is wipe away a layer of debris formed by a few tens of thousands of bad players.


How long until the Day of Final Victory? It's hard to calculate. Some miners learn more quickly than others.


Within minutes, Guy okaske saw reason. He discovered, to his delight, that paying isk to an Agent of the New Order made him feel all warm and fuzzy inside.


Rebelling against the New Order leaves a carebear with a feeling of emptiness that never seems to go away. Miner, try buying a permit. You'll be amazed by the difference.

13 comments:

  1. And here's more proof of CODEdot griefing players. CCP needs to end highsec ganking once and for all. That's the only way this nonsense will stop.

    BM.

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    1. Let us know how your tear filled petitions go

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    2. While not a CODE booster, I do find that they do a service illustrating the game's rules and gameplay far better than CCP does. Throw out their religious RP and you'll find some good pilots, a few who, unfortunately, loves schadenfreude. These blogs show that there is a sizable number of people in EVE who won't examine the rules and helpful guides out there and despite numerous warnings in the game and out, decide that they know better than others and then go ballistic when they fail. I mean,really, have you seen some of the fits? Hauling PLEX? etc.

      I'm surprised that a large number of those players don't drown when it rains.

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    3. Wrong again, moron. CCP made James set a fee for a permit. Otherwise,, it would have been 'griefing'.
      And that was when all folks did was bump, instead of gank.

      One wonders why you care, being you don't even play the game. CCP permaban you, moron? I can see why.

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      Mike Adoulin

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    4. Actually, Moron Mike, I do play the game, just not under the name I use here. Now go suck that 12" dick of Wolf's lover since you like the taste of asshole so much.

      BM.

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    5. Bm you can't provide us with any confirmable proof you actually do play. Stay mad nerd

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    6. BM. You really need to HTFU.

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    7. what would ruin codes day, CCP change the coding of the game, making it so that no one can shoot at anyone in high sec unless underwar dec~ or duel

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    8. Anonymous 9:59
      "I'm surprised that a large number of those players don't drown when it rains."

      It has happend before:
      http://i.imgur.com/DnsTp1M.jpg

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    9. @anon 7:42:
      Never gonna happen. Keep dreaming, though

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  2. The Code lives in my heart - I fear neither darkness nor carebear!

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  3. Jesus replied "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me." - John 14:6

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    1. Shouldn't that be James 3:15?

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