Previously, on MinerBumping... matth136's Retriever was ganked, proving the awesome power of the Code. But matth136 didn't learn his lesson. He returned to the ice anomaly in a new mining ship, only to be bumped by Agent Demolishar. Infuriated, matth136 took a screencap of Demolishar's bumping Tengu and threatened to petition our Agent.
The New Order is on the side of reason and common sense. Demolishar informed the miner that bumping is allowed; he even had the generosity to provide the miner with documentation. But the miner refused to back down.
matth136 claimed that highsec is some sort of free zone where anything goes. In a few brief sentences, Demolishar tried to catch matth136 up on the last four years of EVE history.
The miner warned Demolishar that he had a smoking gun: screencaps of our Agent's bumping Tengu in action. This evidence only proved that Demolishar was a patriot.
matth136's threats weren't working. It was time to call in support from CCP.
The miner triumphantly announced the imminent demise of Demolishar's EVE account. He knew our Agent would be banned for bumping him. He savored the prospect.
The New Order isn't just known for common sense; it's known for bravery. Demolishar refused to be intimidated by the miner and his random Elite: Dangerous link.
matth136 was full of nonsense. It's a testament to our movement's sense of optimism that Demolishar actually saw potential in this miner.
Our Agent--still not banned--wished the miner well. matth136 refused to reciprocate. However, a few moments later, the miner invited our Agent to a private convo.
matth136 was giddy with excitement. For his petition had been answered:
The miner pasted the petition response into the chat window. Because CCP is committed to excellent customer service and transparency, they have forbidden EVE players from sharing any communications they receive from GMs, even on third-party websites like MinerBumping. However, I am allowed to say that matth136 was given a form response in which he was told to await an answer at some point in the future.
matth136 apparently had little experience with the petition system, so he was optimistic about getting Demolishar banned. Given his success in eliciting an automated response from CCP, matth136 vowed to continue petitioning in the future.
The miner terminated the private convo. He returned to local chat, where he attempted to share his wisdom with other miners.
matth136 began to compose a manifesto for random locals to read.
The miner declared victory against the forces of anti-Gaming.
matth136 was mistaken. The CODE always wins (always), which doesn't leave much room for our enemies to win. He had failed. Fittingly, matth136 ended his manifesto by linking the name of the Saviour of Highsec--the name that has given hope to people all across highsec.