Tuesday, July 25, 2017
The Bombshell, Part 1
Carebears believe battles are won with isk, skillpoints, and bling. Agents of the New Order know better. Bellatrix Invicta was deleted, but it didn't matter that her in-game character was gone. Her strength of character remained.
Bellatrix still had the Code, so she was able to pick up right where she left off. It was time for more elite PvP.
As Wayndre Anzari soon learned, Bellatrix was still a powerhouse on the field of battle. Wayndre's Venture--which was hanging out in Uedama of all places--went pop.
Several minutes later, Wayndre woke up and invited our Agent to a private conversation. He immediately began spouting the "new player" talking points that CCP apparently put in the tutorial.
Bellatrix was a newly rolled character, but she still remembered her training. As soon as Wayndre claimed to be a new player, she looked up his employment history. Wayndre joined EVE in January 2011. And even if he'd taken a break during that time, he most recently joined a corp in 2015. This wasn't some trial account left idle for six and a half years.
Our Agent called the miner out on his lies. Time for the carebear to come clean.
Wayndre barely noticed. He was still in the middle of a rant about his Venture.
Minutes had passed and Bellatrix still hadn't gotten her 10 million isk from Wayndre. The miner dug in and threatened to produce logs. Was he a space lawyer?
In theory, our Agents could send a termination notice before performing a gank, but AFK players rarely check their EVEmail anyway.
The "new player" finally starting coming up with excuses for his long employment history. He claimed he'd just come back from a 3-year break. Even if that were true, he still had three and a half more years unaccounted for.
Wayndre's last corp change was in 2015. Do miners not know that anyone can look up their employment history? It would explain a lot.
The miner went quiet for several minutes. When he returned, he dropped a heck of a bombshell on our Agent.
To be continued...
Posted by MinerBumping at 15:43
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Haha! This self-styled "new player" is a bit long in the tooth. 14 articles and he couldn't find the line that matters:ReplyDelete
Mining indulgences may be purchased for 10 million isk per character.
Nope I don't indulge I work. You should try it yourself.Delete
Are you implying you mine isk to sell for IRL currency? Because that what is sounds like.Delete
WE WILL NEVER BE YOUR SLAVES.Delete
"Hi, I’m James 315, and I was permabanned from EVE."
The infamous 20 page whine session about the "ban hammer".Delete
Yes professor, cry like the programmed bot you are. :)Delete
Lawton is just now realizing that he is a slave driver and oppressor, he is now realizing that he cries so much in here because he has been living a lie and is the very thing he thought (programmed) he was destroying. He see's now the prejudice of his ways and that he himself is like a bot always repeating the same lines of code.Delete
Will he repent or will he repeat. Only his coding will dictate that.
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.ReplyDelete
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 code monkey 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.
Who is Ehnea and how big are his/her tits?Delete
Against men or women?Delete
7A. Capsuleers are prohibited from using offensive, sexually-suggestive, or obscene language in public chat channels.Delete
I won't take the testDelete
You never answered my question.Delete
The questions are not relevant in any wayDelete
Relevant to what? Your e-penis enlargement process?Delete
Very happy to say I don't have a penis :)Delete
Actually now that you mention it they are not bad.
I still wanna know what the questions are.
You tell me what the questions are.Delete
For those who refuse the tests: you can never know victory.Delete
I don't care about victoryDelete
The question is how big are your knockers?Delete
Don't kid yourselves. Even the dirtiest pirates from the birth of EVE have been carebears. They use alts to bring them goods at cheap prices and safely, rather than live with consequences of their in game actions on their main, from concord to pricesReplyDelete
Well yeah...null sec is a joke nowadays.Delete
wow why are antigankers so toxic and salty?ReplyDelete
p.s they also fail so hard
Why did you beat you kids.Delete
Still repeating shit I see.
Bot aspirants get the red pen.
just a tip for every miner:
join null sec corp!!!
HULK and Mack mining without any problems.
Did i told? last week(during week) i was flying an interceptor through unbelievable 25 null sec systems , i met 4-5 (only)other characters mostly explorers, 1 or 2 transport .....nothing else, if you visit a common ice/ore mining spot you can often find a dozen miners half of them afk, other half using drones to keep the npc attackers away, a perfect place for mining.........theres simply nothing much going on in null sec, extremly rarely you find a cloack ganker, but with this damn jump fatigue its becoming more and more rare
What should i do for fun????
will there be an "alt" code corp join the tournament?ReplyDelete
No one cares about this less than a percent, that's why they make so much noise and sperg about making high sec safe.ReplyDelete
Dah Dah Daaaaaaah!!!!!ReplyDelete
[TO BE CONTINUED]
"Elite PVP"...as if.ReplyDelete
You foolios still running that played out drivel? So much for your 'emergent gameplay' rant.
I'm AFK mining in hi-sec while reading this interweb drama site. I'm such a rebel!ReplyDelete
salja mca :p~