In some cases, players denied being guilty of Code violations. Navibo urged his corp to believe him. It was his word against the Saviour of Highsec's.
Though Navibo had stayed out of trouble for many months, the ghost of loyalanon cried out for justice from beyond the permaban.
Good man. Comply first, ask questions later.
Rfotq NoName > Are you a developer from Iceland?As everyone in highsec knows, New Order territory boasts a diverse population. Not everyone can speak English. Would the language barrier prove an obstacle for the Extraordinary Compliance Program?
Bing Bangboom > I told you. I'm the local Agent for the New Order of Highsec. You were mining in our space. So, you have to follow the Code.
Rfotq NoName > No? - then you can go fuck yourself
Bing Bangboom > back to the bad language?
Bing Bangboom > I thought we had moved past taht.
Rfotq NoName > Yeah shit I'm on everything your imagination wanted - shit and going to shit
Like Navibo, Rfotq NoName seemed to dispute the charges made against him.
I guess his CEO didn't understand him, either.
Yarik Crendraven was surrounded by fellow rebels in local one day. It lured him into a false sense of security.
When his alliance received the dreaded form EVEmail about a future wardec, Yarik was defiant. In a display of self-sacrifice, he left his corp voluntarily. But he urged his leaders to stand with him and fight against the New Order. Would they side with the Code--or one of their own?
Highsec protip: If you wouldn't say something to your CEO, don't say it to an Agent of the New Order. Because either of them can get you kicked from your corp.
Nelliel Ty received a standard post-gank EVEmail from Agent Revis Owen. She sent back some standard post-gank tears.
Uh-oh. Revis told Nelliel's CEO that the matter was being forwarded to CODE.'s wardec committee. I guess we have one of those.
The CEO replied in Russian, "The pilot left this corporation." Yes, individual Agents of the New Order have the authority to kick Code violators from any corp, even without running it by me. Why? Because our Agents have earned it. And because there's too much at stake. Highsec is worth fighting for.