For many years, carebear conspiracy theorists have spread wild rumors about the Code being part of some plot by the Goonswarm Federation. Although the rumors are false, many individual Goons serve as Agents of the New Order. Our organization transcends corps, alliances, and coalitions.
Agent Lingmei White explored highsec in search of a target he could kill using a simple gank Atron. Craegon Kado, an unlicensed Venture pilot, fit the bill. The miner was ganked and podded.
Craegon belonged to the "you didn't warn me!" school, which is pretty common. What followed was less typical: Lingmei was given an invite to Craegon's corporation's public channel. Lingmei accepted the invitation.
When Lingmei joined, he saw that there was a conversation already in progress. Craegon was speaking to one of his superiors, Raveth Paaltomo. Craegon must've been a low-ranking member of the corp: He mistakenly referred to his pod as a "shuttle".
Lingmei politely interrupted the conversation to introduce himself. Now what?
The CEO of the corporation, Geofrey Nyssen, was in charge of the meeting. He demanded to know why Lingmei killed one of his miners. What a great opportunity to talk about the Code!
Uh oh. So much for getting off on the right foot.
By the time Lingmei grabbed a link to the Code, he saw he'd already been preempted by the CEO's anti-Code comments. Geofrey was a skeptic.
Geofrey had done a poor job of educating his corp members. Though he was familiar with the Code himself, he apparently hadn't bothered to tell Raveth or Craegon about it. Which is probably just as well, since Geofrey's mind had been ravaged by anti-Code propaganda.
Nevertheless, the meeting was a productive one. Lingmei secured a confession from Craegon, and fellow miner Raveth chastised his corpmate.
Geofrey tried to persuade Lingmei to abandon his support of the Code. No such luck. People convert to the Code, but never from it. (And if they do, it means they never truly embraced the Code to begin with.)
The CEO grew increasingly angry with each moment he dwelled upon the matter. Our Agent barely had a chance to speak before Geofrey threatened to take action against the New Order.
All the evidence pointed in favor of killing Craegon's Venture, but Geofrey didn't care. Protip: A good CEO doesn't blindly take sides; he considers the evidence objectively and, if necessary, takes action against his own corp members. Also, a CEO shouldn't question the authority of our Agents.
Now Lingmei was in trouble. Geofrey threatened to retaliate by bringing in powerful friends with capital ships. But Lingmei chose not to contact his own friends in Goonswarm. He didn't need their help--he had the Code on his side.
Diplomatic contact was terminated when the mining corp's CEO kicked Lingmei from the channel. Our Agent wasn't discouraged. He knew that not all disputes can be resolved peacefully. For justice to prevail in highsec, many carebears must die.
"..many carebears must die."ReplyDelete
I truly wish it were not so; truly.
But it is!!!
Although the rumors are false, many individual Goons serve as Agents of the New Order. Our organization transcends corps, alliances, and coalitions. These organizations are meaningless.ReplyDelete
Geofrey had done a poor job of educating his corp members. Though he was familiar with the Code himself, he apparently hadn't bothered to tell Raveth or Craegon about it. Which is probably just as well, since Geofrey's mind had been ravaged by anti-Code propaganda. James315, can you prove this?ReplyDelete
Geofrey Nyssen is the typical tyrant mining CEO. He's too much of a skinflint to pay for permits and too lazy to teach his miners to follow The Code. He runs a buyback program offering far less than fair market value and keeps his miners ignorant. That's why he felt the need to censor the fine Agent. Many carebears must die because of CEOs like him.ReplyDelete
Code are the carebears, not the miners. You have it reversed Lawrence.Delete
Lawrence hasn't read The Code very closely. There are rules for Agents in there. Training, agents of high quality, tasks to perform before becoming an agent. You really need to study this.Delete
For justice to prevail in highsec, many carebears must die. Code= carebearDelete
I love all the anonymous filth too chickenshit to even use Internet handles, much less their names in game. It takes a special kind of coward to be cowardly in EVE, it seems.Delete
To be a coward is the worst of all evil, I am anonymousDelete
Taste the filth ApacheDelete
How minerbumping comments look to me. Details on my blog.Delete
Chickens were here long before humans and will continue long after humans are gone, and as far as the chickenshit goes, it's good for the soil.Delete
The CEO of the corporation, Geofrey Nyssen, was in charge of the meeting. He demanded to know why Lingmei killed one of his miners. What a great opportunity to talk about the Code!ReplyDelete
First you present the truth in your cut and paste, then you subvert that with your statement!?
WTF James315! Fucking idiot.
wow antigankers are failing incredibly hard right now XDReplyDelete
wow antigankers are failing incredibly hard right now XDDelete
You are an antiganker now Wolf, hahaha.
Take the batteries out of this bot already.Delete
Geofrey tried to persuade Lingmei to abandon his support of the Code. No such luck. People convert to the Code, but never from it. (And if they do, it means they never truly embraced the Code to begin with.)ReplyDelete
Why state the obvious James. Now as a member of your organization I only have one purpose and that is to serve my own desire.
In-game you guys are a running joke. However, this blog is hilarious as hell while promoting your self-importance. For that...I thank you. Keep up the great writing! Seriously, it's funny! Master trolling!ReplyDelete
"The New Order is a joke, they're completely irrelevant!"Delete
Yet here you are, spilling your salt everywhere.
Of course! We're all made of salt, couldn't live without itDelete
No salt spilt here...just funny sugar love. You silly imps contribute humor to the game and little else. I've watched your harassment in-game and find the dialogue fairly amusing. The only thing I can remotely agree with you on is...don't play AFK. Other than that, the rest is boring. Ganking dipshit miners, haulers, travelers is boring. Sitting outside station and doing the same is boring. Gate camping is boring. But...it is a sandbox, so if you find said "accomplishments" fulfilling, then so be it. In-game you're little more than an irritating NPC group and all MMO's have them. Keep up the blog as I find it very entertaining!Delete
Some spilt their salt in here, so code got bukakke'dDelete
Just another opportunity for cheap thrills, bring in the war decs and tell a story about the devastation on a corp that knows no better. Where is the honour, where is the challenge....more boring stories about griefingReplyDelete
Miners getting rowdy..can't wait to see them put in their place on the kill boards.ReplyDelete
That just keeps miners playing, if you don't gank em they quit on their own dumbass.Delete
Tak z czystej ciekawości co się dzieje ostatnio Kalornedem chłopcy?ReplyDelete
Take a look at Geofrey's Killboard: (https://zkillboard.com/character/92496829/). The losses on July 11-12 could have covered the cost of permits for his entire alliance, but then again, being CODE. compliant means not flying Bestowers so anti-tanked that they literally destroy a future fail-fit ship with them in the cargo hold. It also means not solving the problem of getting blapped by a Tornado with a Warp Stab and an overdrive injector, but I guess some lessons cost 400mil isk/each when you don't follow the CODE.ReplyDelete
Kind of makes a permit seem cheap really.
Laser here is still pushing the scam hard, it is a compensating method for his limp dick.Delete