Saturday, August 13, 2016
Highsec Miner Grab Bag #112
To be fair, U.S. law doesn't allow mining without a permit, either. Welcome to the latest edition of the Highsec Miner Grab Bag!
Miners tend to make unwise assumptions about the world around them. The assumption of total safety in highsec, for example.
I'm not sure what about our Agents' comportment leads miners to believe they're always intoxicated or smoking crack. But if Agent Aaaarrgg does enforce the Code while drunk, we should find out what he's drinking and send everyone in highsec a case of it.
John Ralar complained that he couldn't even make a cigarette without getting ganked. "Make" a cigarette? Hmmm...
I assume this notification also had something to do with cigarettes.
Over the past several months, our enemies have made a number of complaints about the New Order's IPO thread in Market Discussions. When CCP repeatedly refused to close our thread, Mojo Joo tried her hand at an Anti-Ganking IPO thread--with predictable results.
Micheal Turpentine is a "real life military strategist". I'm sure he's really good at it, too.
Upon losing his prized Mackinaw, Lukas Orion invited our Agents to remain in the system while he prepared to exact his revenge. Our Agents readily agreed.
It looks like Lukas' revenge plot failed. I wonder how our Agents knew that was going to happen?
Leave it to the Russian miners to ruin a perfectly good praisemail with sarcasm.
Arcalyte informed our Agent that the New Order cost CCP "one more subscriber". As if he's the latest in a long line of players we've made quit the game.
To be fair, most people who say they're quitting actually choose not to--once they've calmed down. Telling miners to calm down is a player retention strategy.
Covetors may die, but EVE legends never do.