Many dream of paradise. Few take action to create it. They are called Agents of the New Order.
Does a ship like this one belong in a perfect highsec? Agent Alexander Kirenski didn't think so, so he removed it.
Tony Web > Was on eve for six years before I got sick ... staring new ....The Maller pilot, Tony Web, complained in Ghesis local. He managed to invent a new twist on an old miner cliché: I have a powerful but unsubscribed alt.
Alexander Kirenski > Well then, you should know all about the Code
Tony Web > you gave no warning pretty low
Tony Web > my last toon would have kicked your ugly ass
Alexander Kirenski > you've played for 6 years that's warning enough. and please keep local clean of all rudenessTony offered no explanation for why he no longer had access to his impressive former character. He deflected by trying to get our Agent to go to lowsec. Nice try!
Tony Web > why dont you try that in low sec? afraid?
Tony Web > rude LOL
Tony Web > dork
Alexander Kirenski > Nope, in low-sec theres no need for enforcing James 315's vision. He wants a Better Hi-secAlexander was critical of Tony's mining Maller fit. But Tony presented himself as an expert on the subject. He'd used the horrible fit because he knew something Alexander didn't.
Tony Web > better for who ...you? lol
Alexander Kirenski > No better for all, Bot-aspiriancy needs to be eradicated, as well as HORRIBLE fit "mining" ships such as yours
Tony Web > hey man it works for my skills ... but you wouldnt know that would you?
Alexander Kirenski > oh i can imagine, it's just that I don't care, if you want to mine, use the mining frigateDespite claiming to have played EVE for six years, Tony considered himself a "helpless newbie". If he wanted to go that route, maybe he shouldn't have spoken up about his secret past.
Tony Web > piss off
Tony Web > you dont know lack fella
Tony Web > jack
Tony Web > picking on helpless nubees
Tony Web > brave warrior
Alexander Kirenski > nor do I care to know Jack, I know the Code, and that's all that matters
Tony Web > sounds like a politician..... of eve lolFor some reason, Tony offered additional information about his former character: He'd amassed a fortune of 45 billion isk. All of it was inaccessible now. Perhaps Tony was banned for botting and/or RMT? In any case, he was down to 10 million isk. Plenty for a permit, though.
Alexander Kirenski > ^^ your a neewb?
Alexander Kirenski > *youre?
Tony Web > now i am
Tony Web > broke lol
Tony Web > tiny iskies
Tony Web > from 45 billion to 10m
Alexander Kirenski > do I need a tiny violin?Tony needed help--that much was obvious. Alexander extended the hand of friendship, which came with some good advice at no extra charge. Tony rejected it. And carebears wonder why they have no friends.
Tony Web > shows me what kind of guy you really are.... its ok
Alexander Kirenski > This is Eve friend, don't undock in anything you can't afford to lose
Tony Web > ah ....not my friend...lol
Alexander Kirenski > your first and only warning you should need is when someone like me pops into local.... my name appears right on top of the list and i'm -10 so I'm all sorts of red flasheyAlthough Tony spent all of his time mining in highsec, he did not consider himself a miner. He still identified with his mysterious former character.
Tony Web > like i said go to low or null chicken breath
Alexander Kirenski > Miner calm down
Tony Web > not a miner by trade lol
Alexander Kirenski > Kill: Tony Web (Maller) makes you a Miner
Tony Web > you are quite ignorantTony denied that his Maller was a mining ship. Apparently he forgot about killmails; Alexander happily linked the kill in local so everyone could see its fit. Tony couldn't do anything but sport a Veldspar-eating grin. He knew he'd been caught.
Tony Web > if i was a miner would i fly a ship like that?
Alexander Kirenski > EP-S Gaussian Scoped Mining Laser are these not Mining Lasers?
Alexander Kirenski > what are they if not mining lasers, tear shooters?
Tony Web > haha
Brant Deninard > such fit should not exist...Random onlookers in local couldn't help but click on the killmail out of curiosity. They were stunned by the Maller fit.
Alexander Kirenski > it doesnt anymore
Busty Lust > omg
Tony Web > hey it was working....hehe
Tony Web > any one of you generous miners can offer me some isk for a real ship....lol
Busty Lust > tony you really need to learn to fit ships correctly, go look on batteclinic or get evemon or something
Brant Deninard > NEWS FLASH! Venture.Tony still refused to accept any advice. He didn't have any good excuses for his Maller fit, so he prepared to offer up a bad one:
Tony Web > all of the experts coming out of the woodwork
Tony Web > skills are another thing girls
Tony Web > 5 days on
Busty Lust > ill tell you aa decent fir, skiff 2 t2 inv fields 2 large shield boosters 1 t2 mining laser 3 t2 mining upgrades and 2 em shield rigs
Tony Web > cant believe this
Alexander Kirenski > there are 3 ventures for sale in Dresi, for get this, the low low price of 350,000 iskTony wouldn't use an actual mining ship because he wasn't a "real miner". Since he was a combat pilot, he would only use a combat ship for mining.
Tony Web > i am training for combat... getit
Tony Web > like i said ... not a real miner
Tony Web > i know about all of the lovely ships
Tony Web > you guys try an see how far you can train i five days
Busty Lust > im trying to help you, whats with the attitude... so why you half assed fitted that ship for mining with a cargo scanner of all thingss. if you want to learn, listen, if not enjoy getting killed time and time again,Sensing that he was on the losing side of the argument, Tony waved goodbye. Everything that had transpired only pushed more people to the New Order's way of thinking. The Code won the day, as it always does.
Busty Lust > fool
Tony Web > so thanks again Alex
Alexander Kirenski > yup yup, i imagine i'll be seeing you around