More bad news for the anti-Code resistance this week: The New Order was yet again victorious in battle after battle, leaving the rebellious carebears to cry out, "Where was Anti-Ganking? Why didn't they save me?" Carebears, put your trust in the Code and you'll never need to cry again. Case in point, from the week of June 11th @ 00:00 EVEtime through June 17th @ 23:59 EVEtime...
Clacker McDucky is a bit of an odd duck. His 1.4 billion isk Rattlesnake fit was questionable at best. Agents Jet Holiday, Shaftmaster Mastershafts, Bladewise, and Hix Ra had little difficulty putting him down. But there's more to the story here, and the additional details do nothing to help Clacker's case. You see, Agent Krig Povelli was involved. Here's another way of looking at this killmail:
Clacker had a kill right activated against him, and he managed to get himself CONCORDed, all in the same kill. If you're wondering why there was a kill right against this carebear, it's because Clacker got another Rattlesnake CONCORDed last week. You didn't forget his face, did you?
Sometimes our Agents just like to show off their firepower. Cox Maddox learned that when his freighter was attacked by a fleet that included thirteen Taloses. The freighter was worth 8.1 billion isk, but only 1 million isk in loot dropped. However, the Code was enforced, so our Agents were delighted with this kill. Congrats to Agents Australian Excellence, Aaaarrgg, Pod Destroyer Molly, Tax Collector Hill, Tax Collector Stroheim, Tax Collector Aruka, Pod-Goo RepoWoman, Tax Collector KarlMarx, Tax Collector Max, Tax Collector BokChoy, Tax Collector Kittens, Taxman Daniel, Tax Collector Richard, Tax Collector HongMei, Trump The King, Tawny Rozei, and Kaddan.
As we all know, the Code outlawed ORE modules. Not because we're on a power trip or something, but because we want to help people. Vortress fit three ORE cargo expanders and went AFK. Her jump freighter soon met its death at the hands of Agents AndroGon Navy, KaMiKaDzExD, Nam Plau, Vollond, Alarika Maleus, Votre Dieu, Benglish, Narl' Amhar, Nebo Blizko, Lovchi, Baboon Copper, and Kaddan. Vortress could've saved a lot of money if only she'd obeyed the Code. What a missed opportunity for her--I'm sure she regrets it.
Even anti-tanked freighters can hide behind a fair amount of EHP. Not Jackylicious. He was totally confident with his Mackinaw's tank. Agents Alt 00 and Alt Proxy demonstrated why the miner was wrong, only to discover that his bot-aspirancy went well beyond the norm:
You see, Jackylicious was so confident in his invincibility that he used 225 million isk worth of bling drones. That's what you use when you consider a Venture to be too tanky. When deployed, anyone could've ganked those drones! Good thing our Agents got there first.
Laura Level had a bunch of expensive cargo to move through Uedama. She knew freighters and jump freighters weren't safe; even Deep Space Transports are being targeted these days. Laura decided that if she was going to be PvP'ed for carrying valuable items, she might as well carry them with a ship that can shoot back. Sadly, the mighty CODE. alliance proved to be too good at PvP. Agents V-ktor Dolus, Milkmypigeon, Tawny Rozei, C-ta Vilosa, Booka Shade, Sherri Rozei, Ruby Rozei, and Trump The King defeated Laura in a matter of seconds.
"Can you believe those dastardly Agents gank newbies in Ventures?" So squeal the rebels. But that's what they should expect, when people like Alize Deninard are flying 2.6 billion isk Ventures. Agent Mosquito Bites did what was necessary to save highsec--nothing more and nothing less.
Yes, despite the fact that CCP gave PLEX the ability to teleport to any station in the galaxy, these miners are still losing it.