Friday, July 7, 2017

Over One Trillion Two Hundred One Billion in Shares Sold


Is this kill, performed by a squadron of suicide gank Hecates, related to this MinerBumping post? Perhaps. Either way, it's a good enough reason to buy more shares of New Order stock.

The Lawton School for Pubbies Who Can't Mine Good also increased its holdings this week, purchasing 1,000 additional shares. This sent us over the 1,200 billion isk mark and earned the School a Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™.

Talia Oberyn is new to our shares program, and she certainly started off on the right foot: By purchasing 500 shares, she sent us past the 1,201 billion isk mark and earned herself a Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™. Beginner's luck or something more? You be the judge.

BONUS!


Agent Vilinensis Octoria got in on the videographer game. Check it:


Videos like this help our Agents visualize the explosion of miners, which facilitates their ganking activities.


See how helpful that is? It's even better in motion.

As always, videos and other nice things are available on our Links page.

12 comments:

  1. Test of Valour. Prove you are not afraid to die by Coding a valuable ship, and do so in a manner that demonstrates integrity and honesty.

    Test of Wisdom. Correctly answer the almighty Ehnea's questions three. Each question must be answered within 20 seconds. The Questions Three will be different for each miner each day.

    Test of Fortitude. Walk a mile in the almighty Ehnea's shoes by becoming a miner. You must continue to mine for an indefinite period of time.

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    1. Lawrence, it that your post?

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    2. Oh my God can someone tell me what these questions are before someone asks me?

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    3. WE WILL NOT BE YOUR NEGRO !

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  2. wow antigankers are failing hard

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    1. wow antigankers are failing hard

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    2. Wow wolf failed hard

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  3. Over one trillion one hundred one billion shares of imaginary in-game currency is akin to grabbing coins in Super Mario or rings in Sonic the Hedgehog...no matter how many you acquire, once the game is turned off, it matters not except in your own mind. I've been gaming since PONG came out. Played countless MMO's. This little Band of Merry Men are nothing but trolls and griefers. If you weren't doing it in EVE, you would be doing it in another game. Fancy blog here and funny game show in New Eden...moderately entertaining at best, but just another MMO bowling team. This blog has replaced The National Enquirer as my toilet side reading material, and for that I thank you. Keep up the good writing and slightly organized ganking. Cheers!

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    1. Hey Anon I think most people on EvE are pretty grounded in reality. There's nothing wrong with getting excited over earning a lot of play-money or scoring a high skill core.


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    2. Hey Anon, if you've been gaming since 'Pong' (as indeed have I), it's surprising that you've not moved beyond categorising masters of emergent gameplay as Grolls and Triefers (Hi Aeonaa!).

      It's a much more nuanced market of players than we represented, all those years ago. How would you summarise (in similarly succinct terms) the residents of the anti-ganking channel in-game? I fear you'll have to be equally extreme in your language.

      Iirc, it was all about 'points', 'scores', 'levels', in those old days. Modern in-game currencies became necessary as games were able more reliably to imitate real-life. Even in those days, the 'sword and slipper' games had currencies (gold coins, I think, in addition to experience points).

      But you give the blog a thumbs-up; which is no less than it deserves. I think you're saying 'keep it up!', though the introduction of paragraphs would have helped your comment no end.

      Sorry, can't help it.

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