Sunday, June 25, 2017

Kills of the Week

With all the celebrations of the fifth anniversary of the Code, it's been like a party in highsec. Everybody's into it. But can you imagine how embarrassing it would be to get caught violating the Code this week? Wow. Well, that's what happened to these guys, from the week of June 18th @ 00:00 EVEtime through Code Day @ 23:59 EVEtime...



Pope Arji of ISK Army corp learned what a real army looks like when his 7.2 billion isk Drake Navy Issue faced off against Agents Disco Superstar80, Alarik Maleus, Narl' Amhar, Lovchi, Vollond, AndroGon Navy, Bastian Mart, Votre Dieu, Rachel O'Conor, Skyforus, Another Sky Alt1, Nebo Blizko, and Tamara Blizko. So much for isk tanking.



"Don't buy a permit," says the rebel. "Use a cheap ship and you'll earn back the money for a replacement each time you get ganked." babdur baboom trimmed down into a minimalist Covetor. But the bot-aspirant couldn't resist a little indulgence. His 'Aoede' Mining Laser Upgrade cost half a billion isk. If he thought he could hide his sins behind a modest Covetor hull, he was wrong. Big or small, the Code comes to them all. Agent Dr Petrosilius Zwackelmann uncovered babdur's crime and punished him for it.



Grandduke Yoric put together a rotten Widow fit, and things only got worse from there. He was seized by a new strain of madness that's been working its way through highsec lately:


Agents CONCORD Police Commander, Lahnius, and Madyson Landar stopped the rebel before he could do any real harm (except to himself).



I don't know what it is, but these crazy carebears keep trying to suicide gank Agent Krig Povelli. Burticus Cesaille lost a Deimos worth over a billion isk during his failed attempt. Was Jita out of Catalysts?


Then, on Code Day, the situation escalated:


Gallanthe lost a blingy 2.7 billion isk Kronos to Krig and CONCORD. Rebels, this is why we call it elite PvP. It's not nearly as easy as we make it look.



If it's worth killing, it's worth over-killing. NINI LEE came under attack by a dozen Taloses, eight stealth bombers, and eight Catalysts piloted by Agents Another ShadeOf Whyte, Pure Whyte, Tax Collector HongMei, Sophie Whyte, Tax Collector Aruka, Pod Destroyer Molly, Tax Collector Max, Tax Collector BokChoy, Tax Collector Richard, Tax Collector KarlMarx, Tax Collector Hill, Tax Collector Kittens, Karl Friedrich Fizzleblade, Jack Fizzleblade, Taxman Daniel, Archibald Fizzleblade, Hermann Fizzleblade, Hagen Fizzleblade, Gottfried Fizzleblade, Trump The King, Tawny Rozei, Leeroy Mallory, Tax Collector Stroheim, Sherri Rozei, Ruby Rozei, Australian Excellence, Giselle Rozei, and Christine Rozei. The Obelisk was carrying a fleet of ships, but the better fleet won.



The New Order has really been throwing its weight around lately. Sehrazat Momaki's triple-anti-tanked freighter was no match for 16 stealth bombers and 11 Catalysts piloted by Agents Emergent Gameplay, Archibald Fizzleblade, Lawrence Lawton, Jack Fizzleblade, Franz Fizzleblade, Hagen Fizzleblade, Yojiro, Unfit ForDoody, Hermann Fizzleblade, Blasty McVoidFace, Gottfried Fizzleblade, SynthiaGreey, Slipstream Prediouca, Bint Bint, Darnoth, SKAfan, Karl Friedrich Fizzleblade, Lanaya Takayama, Skiff Poddington, James Poddington, Cardamom Majere, Hulk Poddington, Selina Love, ClearLove, Basic Black Bitch, Mack Poddington, and Pat Makunt.

Down went 22 billion isk of contraband. There's no escaping it: The Code must be obeyed. There's no other option. None.

22 comments:

  1. What a spectacular week leading up to Code Day! The Covetor wins for most senseless fit. He spent a ton of ISK on a yield module and then neglected to fill the rest of the slots that would have more than doubled his yield. The wannabe gankers are always good for a laugh.

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  2. woah antigankers failing for another week??? AND they still try to use the same tactics to stop ganks and fail miserably XD XD

    why shield rep an armor freighter?? or why armor rep a shield freighter XD XD??? Idiots

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    1. Derp.... cause sometimes you don't get time to re-ship. Troll much? .. spoiler, the answer is yes.

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    2. It's ag, what can one expect except incompetent shitters with big mouths failing daily.

      It's their "thing". All ag wants is to pad their kb by whoring on CONCORD killmails, they have never cared about saving any carebears. In fact we are all lying when we call them "antiganking". ag doesn't care about stopping ganks, they just want to be km whores.

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    3. AG just doin as they want. Your point is?

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    4. that its ag* they don't have any caps.

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    5. AG

      There its in caps.

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  3. It's a shame that these carebears attempted to ruin Code Day with their bot-aspirant fits.

    Well done to all the Agents who defeated them in glorious PVP combat!

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    1. If you call this PvP then wow you must suck against all the other alliances. Oh yeah that's right its been proven that you do.

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    2. when was this anon 9:40 ??
      clearly you have the proof on your alliance killboard you forgot to present as well as your name.
      you can take your time with that proof, we aren't going anywhere.

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    3. Easy, which system is recognized as being owned or controlled by code? None of them. A simple google search for those maps is easy, if I need to teach you how to search that info then you are beyond hopeless.

      Take your time figuring out the search function we aren't going anywhere either.

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  4. Already looking forward to next year's Code Day celebration.

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  5. Can I bring mah drakez?

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  6. So is the new anti-ganking tactic? Bring ganking into disrepute by carrying out spectacularly failed ganks with really expensive ships?

    A cunning plan, but you can't beat the Code.

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    1. I already did.

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    2. In my opinion, gankers are the very definition of carebears. They take no risk and only stay in high sec, where nothing can happen to them.

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    3. O dear, Anon 403, you really should examine your posts more closely.

      "They (gankers) take no risk", for example.

      Google definition of 'risk' (verb):

      'expose ..... to danger, harm, or loss.'

      Within the virtual environment created by CCP's designers, that certainly sound like something most gankers have encountered.

      Perhaps, though, your opinion of the definition of 'risk' differs from the accepted one; new definitions for standard English verbs are always interesting. They usually end up in the 'Urban Dictionary', or some similar resource.

      That's it! You're trying to redefine a mid-17th century verb borrowed via Italian, then French. Good luck, Anon!

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    4. The opinion of an anonymous Goofus doesn't seem to carry much weight.

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    5. True, Prof., very true; but I had a few moments to spare and spent them picking a Goofus comment at random, and then unpicking it, so to speak.

      They're too easy, much of the time; they never actually think about what they're writing. Typical, I guess.

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    6. The miner would have more risk as they carry little to no defense capability and generally use much more expensive fits and ships. While code is happy to lose a ship to concord it being far less expensive and expected to be destroyed is no longer a risk but an expectation.

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  7. Say hi to Sebastian Szewczyk

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