Previously, on MinerBumping... Vrix Nation tested its mettle against some of the most dangerous AFK autopiloters in highsec--and performed admirably. Many of the podded carebears displayed poor sportsmanship.
Our Agents' heroism is highlighted by how despicable their enemies are.
Though the carebears try to discourage our Agents with such EVEmails, they tend to have the opposite effect.
You see, tearmails only remind our Agents how much work still needs to be done. This spurs the New Order into action.
Skeptics question our motives. Iversithyy accused our Agents of stat-padding...
...While richard lynch mocked our Agents for not realizing that pods don't show up on killboards. We'll leave those two carebears to fight it out among themselves.
It's not unusual for a carebear to accuse gankers of "having no life". Yet as anyone who's participated in big nullsec fleet ops can tell you, highsec ganking is much easier to fit into a busy schedule.
Alexius Lannister obviously didn't get very far into the blog. People who read MinerBumping long enough invariably end up on our side.
Rav Hjarta was another victim of the Ruse Kruise. Either that, or some other "CODE. is dying" rumor.
Highsec autopiloters can't believe the cowardice of gankers who don't operate in lowsec. Yet these same autopiloters refuse to enter lowsec themselves--indeed, they expect and demand absolute safety. Curious.
Was Irie Vectis at the keyboard while this was happening? Was he manually performing warps with a free hand--or fingers? No matter how one interprets his account of events, he's a Goofus.
Doctor Nothing claimed that his internet disconnected at the very moment he was ganked. Our Agent was quick enough to catch Doctor's pod before the disconnect triggered an emergency warp. That's fast shooting!
Some remark about getting a second opinion might be appropriate, but those who have the Code know there's only one opinion that counts.
Isaac Servius was so embarrassed about being an EVE player that he had to hide the window when a girl entered the room. Every time someone writes a message like this, CCP Seagull sheds a tear.
What's the final verdict on Vrix Nation's pod-smashing campaign?
Victory. Extraordinary, extraordinary victory.