Previously, on MinerBumping... Agent Liek DarZ brought the Code to the miners of Osmon. He soon learned that they were in desperate need of his calming influence.
Agent Liek observed that the miners had peculiar ideas about PvP. Namely, they were against it. This is a strange attitude to have. It would be like signing up to play EVE Online even though you hate spaceships. But it was worse than that--the miners lacked civility.
To the carebears of Osmon, ganking someone is as impolite as sending them a real-life death threat. No wonder they petition ganks.
Our Agent was confident that he could bring the miners to their senses, if only they would calm down.
As a trained Agent of the New Order, Liek knew to instruct the miners to calm down. The tricky part is, when miners aren't calm, they don't follow instructions very well.
Seeing the Osmon mining community in such a sorry state, Liek DarZ relied entirely upon his faith in the Code.
The Code guarantees ultimate victory in highsec. Every Agent knows that no matter how much opposition they face, they will be rewarded if only they continue to press onward.
Agent Liek encountered Hannah Galvinov illegally mining in a fail-fit Retriever. He stopped her criminal enterprise dead in its tracks. But could he start her rehabilitation?
Hannah didn't seem like a prime candidate for a mining permit. She denied the legitimacy of the New Order.
Hannah also lacked a basic knowledge of the Code. How can one follow a Code if one doesn't know it? Our Agent stepped in to help her, effectively acting as Hannah's private tutor.
A breakthrough: Hannah began to calm down. And once she started calming down, her desire to become calm only grew.
...And calm miners buy permits.
Agent Liek DarZ experienced the victory of the Code in Osmon. Miners saw wisdom in compliance.
It doesn't hurt that Liek is a likeable fellow--a quality possessed by all our Agents. You know what's interesting? When miners buy permits and obey the Code, they start to become likeable, too.