Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Looking for Code, Part 3

Previously, on MinerBumping... The Code gave Agent Aaaarrgg an extraordinary amount of power. Though some claim that power tends to corrupt, Aaaarrgg used his power in a wise and responsible manner. But the carebears, in their wickedness, couldn't bring themselves to appreciate it it.


Aaaarrgg and his alt had ganked Ruro DeepThunder. Ruro took his enemies' superior numbers and firepower as a sign of weakness: If the New Order really controlled highsec, they'd use only one ship per gank.


Needless to say, Ruro had a lot to learn. And our Agent was willing to teach him, as he'd taught so many others.


Aaaarrgg offered Ruro the chance to join the New Order and learn how to have fun in EVE. Ruro turned him down--an incalculably poor decision that helps explain how Ruro had become a highsec miner in the first place.


As a philosopher once said, when people see a weak horse and a strong horse, they naturally tend to like the strong horse. Agent Aaaarrgg's power and prestige has won him the affection of highsec, including many among the very carebears he kills. Wherever he goes, he is greeted with cheers.


Suddenly, Aaaarrgg was confronted in local by Vin Vao, who menacingly brandished ASCII weaponry.


Aaaarrgg didn't know it yet, but he was now in the cross-hairs of one of the deadliest members of the anti-Code resistance.


Conducting business as usual, Aaaarrgg ganked some carebears with his trusty Thrasher and docked up during the Global Criminal Countdown timer. Meanwhile, Vin was on the hunt.


If we're being honest--and this is MinerBumping, so we are--Vin wasn't the best of hunters. When he didn't see Aaaarrgg at any of the system's stargates, he quickly grew frustrated.


Vin eventually put the pieces together: Aaaarrgg was docked in a station. But why? Vin assumed the Agent was acting out of cowardice. He didn't know about the post-gank GCC timer.


One of the many unnecessary restrictions on highsec fun is that when you get CONCORDed, you can't simply get into another ship and have more fun. Instead, you must wait until your GCC timer runs out. If you undock during that period, your new ship will be CONCORDed, too. For this reason, Aaaarrgg couldn't pay Vin a visit yet.


Vin wasn't interested in the whole "game mechanics" aspect of the problem. He wanted a fight with Aaaarrgg, and he wanted it now.


One of the reasons our Agents are so scholarly is that they read fine literature during their enforced post-gank time-outs. Aaaarrgg perused Vin's killboard to see if he could discover what was troubling the gentleman.


Our Agent found the source of the problem. Vin was still sore over the loss of his staggeringly fail-fit Retriever.


Vin spent some more time waving his text guns in local, but it didn't make Aaaarrgg's GCC tick down any faster.


The rebel's fury intensified. He could only keep this up for so long.


At the very moment Aaaarrgg was about to undock, Vin gave up the hunt and left the system. When the dust settled, the New Order held the field. It was a huge victory for Aaaarrgg--and further confirmation that he was right to embrace the Code.

We're on the right track.

50 comments:

  1. "an incalculably poor decision that helps explain how Ruro had become a highsec miner in the first place."

    I love this site. The humor is perfectly timed and smartly delivered.

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    1. Its also nerfed to prevent code Nazis from being butthurt.

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  2. Vin knows what a GCC timer is, and he also knows to run away just before it expires.

    Vin, you're a chicken shitter. You're the type of player that EVE could use a lot less of.


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  3. Hilarious! The ignorant miner had such a short attention span he couldn't even wait out Agent Aaaarrgg's 15 minute GCC timer. I'm sure he's already AFK again in his next failfit barge.

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    1. Reads like a code crybaby carebear

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    2. 548triggeredshitter

      Nice whine, PHag.

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    3. Your comments actually show the hatred that code has for people of all walks of life. And your language breaks the laws. This is a family game.

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    4. Get bent shitteranon531. What law has been broken? Don't forget to show evidence.

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    5. refrain from the use of profanity.

      Its in your code. You should learn to read, it is the only way you can be a true protector of James' space.

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    6. Written by James 315 himself, but you paid no mind to his words on his blog and continue to make a mockery of his laws. You are no better than a miner.

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  4. My Venture has a better tank than Vin Vao's Retty. Ladies and gentlemen, you too can beat CODE. Just....frigging well...put a defensive fit on your mining ship. I know they lower your ISK earn rate but it pays for itself in the long run.

    They are cheap too!

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    1. Try telling that to all the tanked Skiff pilots I have dispatched.

      No – the only viable tank, is the permit tank.

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    2. Your words - wise as they are - will travel no further than the edge of this page, possibly not even so far.

      Tank-fit ships, even barges etc., are not news. Older rebel miners spurn them for isk/hour, young/er players may not be aware of the means to equip them. Either way, Void S from Neutron Blaster IIs is a proven and effective way to alert the miscreant that something is amiss. Best he/she sort it out - and quickly!

      To deliberately mis-quote our Saviour, "The time for words is (long) over; the time for action has arrived!"

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    3. That ehnea shitter is a lying ghetto leech.

      Only posts here to lie and cry.

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    4. Or maybe mine in places where money is less of an issue. Go where the cash is. Amd the cash is not in hi-sec. I mean do stay in hi-sec, but pay the mining tithe.

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    5. I will pay to an elected official but not one who appointed himself.

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    6. Alt 00, I never said a tank is invinciable. It took two of your coercers to break my Venture tank and even then that took a while. 10 seconds in fact.

      Any tank can be broken but thats no excuse not to fit defensively. You can also negate the gank profit by flying something that costs considerably less than the destroyed gank ship. I demonstrated that with our encounter in Nakugard. You ended up at a net loss on me specically after you ganked and podded me for the third time. On the flip side, I completed my contract for Spacemen of the Deep and netted just under 450 million isk after replacing my Venture and moving more disposable ships to Nakugard.

      The permit tank is no guarantee one won't get ganked but wallet tanking sure is, even at a reduced ISK earning rate.

      I will see you in Nakugard at 1900 hours Eve Time. I have another ore mine to do.

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    7. Anonymous 912. Still hiding I see.

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    8. Anon 1001 the mining permit has a lousy ROI. 0% in fact. It also does not guarantee protection from not only other CODE players but gankers in general. If you want to play the game your way and not the other way people tell you , which is no fun, defense and wallet tanking is the way to go.

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    9. Ehena mehk, you have no valid opinion as an alpha shitter. Maybe you should fix your RL first by getting a job, paying your bills, paying taxes and moving out of government housing.

      Then you could afford to pay for a sub like a real EVE player.

      Alpha only = societal leech

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    10. refrain from the use of profanity.

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    11. Anonymous 523..otherwise known as Cowardly Moron.....I work, I can afford an apartment with my salary, and am never late filing my taxes.

      Next time think with your head before opening your mouth, not with your keyster.

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    12. Anon hates anons so he hates himself. That's why he joined the new order.

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    1. He da mang, mang!

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    2. As much as zopiclone?

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    3. Andy Alonzo, is that you?

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    4. What about Ming??

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    5. Ming is dead

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  6. I never realized that James Comey played EVE Online.

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  7. Seriously!? I was hoping for an epic end! Well... it was epic, anyway \o/

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  8. So TEST is recruiting dumfuks? That's where vin went.

    They must be desperate.

    TEST alliance best alliance, for ignorant shitters to hide in?

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    1. Language, this is a family game.

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    2. TEST is an alliance full of r/eve-posting, passive-aggressive, hypocritical pearl-clutching whiners. They are primarily known for their ability to get offended on behalf of others. They are known to associate with the treasonous CO2 alliance and they diplomatically spurn The Imperium.

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    3. Look at that someone who does not need to use profane language, You sir should teach others of your order to follow the code.

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  9. Everyday I violate code laws and you can't do nothing about it! GIT GUD SCRUBS!

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    1. Careful once you hurt their feelings they nerf their site more.

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    2. I think it's great you are violating the CODE. Play the game you want to. My recommendation is to publically announce it under your EVE Online personae rather than the Anonymous account.

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    3. Sure you do, carebear.
      Proof or gtfo typical lying carebear shitter.
      Without proof you are just another ignorant coward.

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    4. AnonymousJune 8, 2017 at 2:10 PM...I'm being called a coward by someone who hides behind an anon nick. THe challenge still stands. Where are you, aside from hiding?

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    5. No one is hiding from your ehnealeech.

      https://zkillboard.com/character/846269880/ why bother, you are obviously just trying to generate traffic to some unknown teary blog.

      You "challenged" people to harass you until you "rage quit". I'm pretty sure that would mean a ban for anyone intentionally harassing someone to make them rage quit. And it should be a ban for the challenger too. What could EVE possibly lose by banning a leech. You don't contribute anything but tears.

      The only way I would even consider your challenge is if you got Chribba involved, AND posted it up in the forums, and it has to be on the C&P page.

      No Chibba and no EVEO post = you just a scared alpha leech. (Your poor attempt to pass your friends off as third party is laughable)


      Why do you not have a subscription?

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    6. The fact that Bingo-Anon is even on this site means that at some point, the Code has touched his life. Probably recently. The fact he is using an anon means that he's skeeert. He should post with his main, or we can all assume the worst: he is an unrepentant goofus recently ganked and powerless to stop us. XD

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    7. Here we see the code Nazi pushing subscriptions knowing that the less money Eve makes the more likely it will end. The code Nazi does not want the game to end so he know begins to hate all who play for free and begins yet another rage against players.

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    8. AnonymousJune 8, 2017 at 5:47 PM at least ALT00 had the guts to do that to me when challenged. THat's the difference between you and him. You're just a wannabee pretending to be a l33t PvPer. I call BS on your own opinion. You're not even a real person.

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  10. Lol, I ganked Vin before I joined CODE., but still he blaimed it on the Saviour instead on himself. Typical miner.
    /Minx Mattel

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    1. Proof or it didn't happen

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    2. Lol, just look at the time stamps at Vin's killmail.
      /Minx M

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    3. But your anon so don't know if its you, Sorry but provide proof not statements.

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    4. Lol, why would I care to prove myself to some anomymous person? (Ok, I do care enough to answer you, but you get my point, right?) Send me an mail ingame if you don't believe I am me.
      Praise James 315, the Saviour of HiSec!
      /MM

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