Previously, on MinerBumping... Unlicensed miner Kapisa Pollux was delighted to see Agent Australian Excellence in the Poinen system. Kapisa declared that he was not a miner, but a "Code Killer", and that he planned to slaughter Australian and all of his alts. Our Agent prepared for battle.
Earlier, Kapisa claimed that he was in the military and that the true measure of a man was how many people he'd killed in real life. Australian wanted the troubled miner to know that he was available for a friendly dialogue at any time.
Another rebel, Oak Heart, was also active in Poinen. The two carebears brought out the worst in each other.
Australian took pity on the non-compliants. Oak Heart cursed the mighty CODE. alliance for its Sun Tzu-approved tactics.
The self-proclaimed Code Killer had so far failed to hunt down any CODE. members. He consoled himself with the 200 million isk that he claimed he'd earned in the 30 minutes since he entered Poinen. Kapisa took issue with Oak Heart's complaints about one-sided PvP, though. (Put two rebels in a channel together and they're bound to start fighting.)
Oak Heart one-upped Kapisa's 200 million isk by casually mentioning that he was "trying" to buy a supercarrier. Though Kapisa didn't mind gankers shooting unarmed ships, he condemned CODE.'s use of bots.
Kapisa suddenly remembered that he was in the military and prepared to depart Poinen and its excellent isk/hr ratio.
Despite the Code Killer's bold promises, no Code-killing had taken place. Speaking of CODE., Agent Australian was suspiciously quiet...
Watch out for our Agents when they're quiet. Australian had been busy PvP'ing--without interference from the Code Killer.
Although rebels may mock and scorn our Agents, even they can't resist having a look at a nice, juicy killmail.
Deltilan Aivoras lost 2.3 billion isk--an expensive bathroom break.
Carebears, if you need to use the bathroom while in highsec, please refer to the following resources:
What Exactly Is AFK Mining?
New Order Bathroom Protocol
New Order Bathroom Protocol Supplemental
Australian asked the question everyone in Poinen must've been wondering: Why hadn't the rebels saved Deltilan's ship? After all, there were mouthy rebels in the system and at their keyboards. I suppose the resistance movement is limited to crying in local.
In the end, nothing can kill the Code. Anyone who pretends to be a "Code Killer" is fooling himself--and probably no one else. The only reasonable thing to do is obey the Code and show proper respect to its enforcers.