Monday, January 16, 2017

zhammin Meets zKillboard, Part 1

There was a miner in the Otela system who did nothing but sleep. And then, one day... someone woke him up.


zhammin wouldn't respond in local, so Agent Super Perforator sent him a message by way of the Antimatter Express. This time, the message was received.


zhammin was suddenly very interested in having a conversation with our Agent.


Based on the miner's behavior, Super Perforator was able to deduce that he hadn't kept up with MinerBumping. I wonder what was so important that zhammin couldn't spend a few moments each day reading the blog?


zhammin chose to adopt a hostile attitude. He even threatened to take some sort of revenge against our Agent. Apparently it never occurred to him that he'd be better able to achieve his goals if he cooperated with the New Order.


The miner repeatedly attempted to get Super Perforator to go to nullsec. It was as if there was something in highsec that he didn't want our Agent to see...


Super Perforator kept zhammin talking. If the miner had any secrets, he would eventually let something slip.


Major miner hypocrisy: Ganking miners is too easy, but AFK mining in highsec is challenging enough to be worthy of respect.


I will now tell the reader to expect that zhammin will frequently refer to corporations as "crops". Trust me, this will make it a lot easier to read the rest of this series.


More invitations for Super Perforator to visit low/null. Maybe zhammin works for some tourism department out there? He wouldn't stop talking about it.


zhammin laughed off his 200 million isk loss (which he rounded down from 259 million). It was such a small kill. Why, in nullsec you could kill that much by camping a gate for a day or going on a 4-hour roam.


The conversation ended inconclusively. Still, Super Perforator felt pretty good about his chances of selling zhammin a mining permit.


But then the EVEmails started.

To be continued...

24 comments:

  1. He should be on the red pen list simply for crimes against the English language.

    zhammin: punctuation exists. Get educated, and get your permit.

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    1. Many Highsec Miners cannot even spell the name of their chosen activity, often referring to it as 'minig' or the ever popular 'minning.' If he was sophisticated enough to write a coherence sentence then he would probably not have defaulted to such a boring and uncreative activity.

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  2. Sweet Jeebuz . . . *another* "to be continued"?? What boring drivel-shit gets posted here.

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    1. the kind of stories that bring you here to whine about us.

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    2. Meh... seems made up.

      Like the one about Loyal being back in the game. XD

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    3. Like the time you dont need to be in code to enforce the code. Seems you are mad xdxd

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    4. AG is right about one thing: you are a damn troll. FUCK YOU!!! You really should go back to NOL for retraining, cause you will NEVER be Loyalanon EVER AGAIN! You're a has-been. You've been replaced ass-fuck, so go fuck yourself. Ban me all you want James doesn't really care, as long as I get results, at which point goodbye has-been troll fuck-tard.

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    5. Anon @ 12:47 - Are you mad?

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    6. Anon 1247 sounds so jelous of loyal.

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  3. So, when repeatedly calling our highly experienced Agent a 'noob' and telling him to go away didn't work, the miner's facade crumbled and the salt started flowing. Doesn't he realize EVE is all about player interactions? This is getting exiting.

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  4. No one fights one unless it's practice or a tournament. As an attacking force you want the odds to landslide in your favor to ensure victory. Read the Art of War. It's all in there

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    1. Sun Tzu played Eve?

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    2. He was ganking with James when he wrote it.

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  5. zhammin is an emotional wreck. I hope he calms down and buys a permit in part 2.

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  6. Total meltdown in progress in eve-who of codex biovector.

    That is a biblical wall of salt. Wow

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  7. But where oh where is Ming?

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  8. I see that Karma/Zen/TNT alt has decided to bring another alt to try hard on my evewho page. So sad that they hide behind all these alts. :D

    Thanks for the IPs. Learn to use the internet TNT. It's easy if you aren't too stupid to know how!

    Zhannin you are always welcome to mine in Hageken and use my citadel. It is a CODE FREE zone, and our little rebel group will protect you. Just look for the BV Mining citadel, it was given to me by a powerful Jita trader and the gankers can't touch you there! :D

    We can stream the ganker takedowns and crack jokes while they try hard to troll me LOL!

    Try harder TNT!

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    1. I have not posted anything under an alias champ. Im just reading you biomass on eve who. Please confirm this as me via my ip address. The one thing i am known for is my integrity among other things.

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    2. Same IP! LOL! :D
      Sad day for TNT alts.

      You minors dont forget the safe citadel in Hageken under the BV Mining flag! It is safe from all TNT CODE ganker alts! :D
      We will never fear high sec griefers or war declarers! We have a growing rebel force in the Hageken area. Miners are safe in Hageken, just bookmark the BV mining citadel. :D

      I have been playing only a short time and I have 59 million skill points already! My stream audience will be laughing while I crack epic jokes while making fun of all the TNT loser alts. :D

      Still no wars! My powerful Jita trader friends know how to spread the word, dont mess with the Codex! LOL! :D

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    3. Wait miners mine on steam and people watch? Hahahahahahaha.
      Beware of powerful this one has powerful friends in Jita. Bahahaha

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  10. I can't even understand what this shit for brains was trying to say.

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