Much attention is focused on the New Order's ganking of miners and other carebears. With good reason--elite PvP is something to be celebrated. In contrast to other gankers, who are motivated solely by bloodlust and profit, the job of the New Order's gankers only begins with a gank. We don't leave the carebears bleeding by the side of the road; we stop and help after hitting them.
Cass Malache was a typical bot-aspirant miner. Her Retriever had been discovered mining without a permit, so Agent karma balancer ganked her. Then Cass was pulled into the MinerBumping channel for a candid conversation. Cass requested a more private venue, but in light of the New Order's openness and transparency, such a move was unnecessary.
Agent 412nv Yaken, who had not yet ascended to martyrdom, injected himself into the conversation.
Cass was in a desperate situation. She'd lost her mining barge and had been added to the dreaded Red Pen list. It all happened so fast. 412nv tried to help Cass make sense of the situation.
The miner had fallen victim to poor bathroom etiquette. In highsec, a carebear is supposed to dock up and go to the bathroom before reaching the point where his physical urges tempt him into a state of non-compliance. (In the event of a true emergency, a carebear can request an Agent's permission to go.)
Though Cass had apparently been quite rude at the time, her demeanor was changing. Thanks to the warm, welcoming environment of the MinerBumping channel, no doubt.
There was even the possibility that Cass might join CODE. The New Order is the most inclusive community in EVE. The myth of New Order "bullying" was exploded right in front of the miner's eyes.
So enthusiastic were the Agents that they didn't pick up on a red flag: Cass wasn't sure about the "PvP part of the game". There is no PvP "part" to EVE; EVE is PvP. It stands for "Everyone Versus Everyone".
Regardless of whether Cass would join CODE., she wanted to remove herself from the Red Pen list as soon as possible. She was taught how to transfer her money to an Agent. In their generosity, Agents are always willing to teach players how to perform this crucial task. (That's another thing CCP should add to the tutorial.)
The miner's attitude was much improved, and her chances of actually enjoying EVE had skyrocketed.
Cass was encouraged to speak her truth in her own words. Cass expressed her individuality, which is something a cult wouldn't allow--another carebear myth debunked!
Now Cass had gone from the lowest depths of EVE to the highest of highs. Proudly displaying a mining permit in her bio, Cass could move forward in EVE with a sense of confidence. Though Cass didn't end up joining CODE., she immediately moved to nullsec, as evidenced by her killboard. She spread her wings and flew away from the highsec asteroid belts. To learn how to fly, some birds need to be booted out of the nest by a concerned parent. When a highsec miner needs a similar act of love and attention, our Agents are always standing by.