Saturday, April 29, 2017
Highsec Miner Grab Bag #130
You know what's going on here. Another edition. Off we go!
The recent MinerBumping series on Agent Hero Of HiSec shed a light on what he's been up to. I'm proud to be associated with such a gentleman.
Joslyne Sparrow finally had enough of the whole "New Order" thing, so she decided to do something about it herself.
...Then she decided it was a matter for someone else, and her campaign came to an end. That was a really scary two hours, though.
Don't bother counting the syllables, dear reader. It's not a haiku.
I don't need to do much of an investigation to close this case. I mean, the guy put scare quotes around his own excuse.
Some miners like to send a barrage of separate messages, hoping they'll be heard for their many EVEmails...
As with the Conservation of Ninjutsu, the proliferation of EVEmails did nothing but dilute each message's quality.
Maybe this was lil bitss's way of saying she wished to have a private convo with our Agent. It would've been a better venue for this type of thing.
Finally, the miner gave up and decided to destroy EVE by driving away new players. But what about CCP's revenues? What a monster.
Apparently Monder Aurgnet was looking at the highsec org chart upside down.
In a major diplomatic blunder for the rebels, Iren Skripa insulted the entire Republic of Niger--nearly 20 million people. Way to go.
Here we see the reality of EVE and its new (or newish) players. They come to the game looking for excitement, but often get bogged down in the grinding that the tutorial and the carebears direct them to. When an Agent shows up and gives them PvP, it's a cause for celebration. EVE would've died years ago, if not for the Code. We keep this game going.