Buying New Order shares always puts a smile on your face. And the more shares, the more smiles.
Gavrillo Ferdinand bought 1,000 shares, sending us over the 1 trillion 88 billion isk mark and earning him a Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™. That on its own would be sufficient to make this a grand week. But we're not done yet. Not even close.
Terok Gnull's first share purchase was a very strong one: 10,000 shares. This investment sent us over the 1 trillion 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, and 98 billion isk marks and earned Terok a much-coveted Decuple Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™.
You see? More smiles already.
Damien Oxytocin is the latest New Order Agent to take on the responsibility of educating the masses through Twitch. His Twitch channel has already elicited high praise from respected critics.
The highlight video linked in the EVEmail above features the destruction of a non-compliant miner's Retriever--and the aftermath. The miner who "starred" in the video was given a link. Here's the EVEmail he sent Damien in reply:
Loved your twitch videoShares, Twitch streams... The New Order is basically a smile factory at this point.
Sent: 2016.11.13 07:08
To: Damien Oxytocin,
Good eveening, I would first like to start this message with an apology for my language after you relieved me of my ship.
However, it was quite 'rude' of YOU to blow up my ship and my quick reaction to anger was completly justified.
I am not an angry player by nature, but simply represent the larger reason why the population of eve players has left throughout the years. It become increasingly difficult to maintain any type of PVE existance in this game.
Please note that I do not blame you for this but am mearly pointing out that you are part of the of the problem as well.
I'm sorry that the only enjoyment you get from EVE Online is picking on other players, especially ones that are not flying a ship that has any offensive capabilities.
I thank you for showing me that there are still individuals out that there with cruel intentions and also wanted to inform you that players have reached out to me with instructions on how to increase the saftey of my ship and persons while mining.
I created an account with EVE about 6 years ago, but please know that in total I have probably put in a few months works of real time into this game. Your achievement in taking out my mining ship is not that great.
Thank you for allowing me to experience the shameful side of eve again and know that I have taken off my white glove.
I don't know who you are.
I don't know what you want.
But I will look for you and I will find you and when I do I will....
Smile factory. You know what, that is exactly what the New Order if Highsec is. Who knew exploding space pixels (and the subsequent tear-filled communications they elicit) could bring so much happiness into the world?ReplyDelete
The Saviour did, that's who. Hats off again to you boss for all you do. Winning as always.
But where oh where is Ming?ReplyDelete
As the New Order establishes Code compliance across Highsec, a warm rosy glow enfolds our citizens and spreads outwards into the far reaches of space.ReplyDelete
A 10 billion share purchase; an engaging New Order Twitch Streamer; it's all coming together nicely folks.
I don't know why CCP stole that 'Ascension' idea from us; the only thing that's been on the rise-and-rise in New Eden - is the New Order of Highsec!
"It become increasingly difficult to maintain any type of PVE existance in this game. "ReplyDelete
Thats because EVE is a PVP sandbox, all pve exists just to provide targets for proper EVE players.
HTFU or GTFO carebears.
Sandbox does not necessary means that you can attack anyone. Get your facts straight.Delete
the tears above belong to you.
Thank you again for enabling my play style.
Gotta love those PHag tears.ReplyDelete
Dance Code Monkeys, dance! Your number 2! lololol!!!ReplyDelete
Buying New Order shares always puts a smile on my face! =)ReplyDelete
So now that there are actually bots from ccp in the game mining out your Ore you better get crackin code drones.ReplyDelete
They are bots after all and they are combat probe-able. I killed one of them and failed to kill a few more.Delete
The new NPC miners will actually recognize a threat and warp off. If I land on grid with them in a catalyst, they try to leave. Some of them warp off just as I land, so they may also be using dscan, and they fit a stiff tank their ships.
In other words, it seems that despite being bots they are more Code-compliant than most human miners. CCP must have introduced them to set a good example.
The lamentation is strong in this TracerTK7 imho.ReplyDelete
Also, who plays EVE with white gloves? SHH.