Sunday, August 6, 2017

Kills of the Week

We all have a good laugh at those who display foolishness in assembling their ships: Blingy fits, bizarre fits, empty fits, anti-tank fits. But carebear, did you know that if you fail to obey the Code in full, you're just as foolish as anyone highlighted on a Kills of the Week post? And your fate will be the same--losing your ship. Keep that in mind as you review these kills from the week of July 30th @ 00:00 EVEtime through August 5th @ 23:59 EVEtime.



The blingy Hulk has been making a comeback. This time, there were no ORE Strip Miners in evidence. Instead, Heywood Jahblowmee equipped a rack of 'Carpo' Mining Laser Upgrades. Agent Spine Ripper paid him a visit with a Vexor and freed up Heywood's schedule.



Disgusting. DJON AIZBERG opted to use a "special" mining ship, cruelly abusing an Ishtar hull in the process. Agents Dr Petrosilius Zwackelmann and Piz Caldera weren't fooled or intimidated; our Agents are always delighted to shoot ships that can shoot back. DJON's ship simply died, though.



Kirchovf Austrene was terribly afraid of his Orca being suicide ganked--to the point of paranoia, even. He tanked up the Orca and stuck to 0.9 security system asteroid belts. Eventually, he probably felt like he was safe. Then came Agent The BigLabowski. Yes, ol' Kirchovf was done in by a single Agent...


The lost art of the awox!



Falco Jumper didn't live up to his name. Despite having the ability to use his jump drive to beat a hasty retreat from Uedama, Falco stayed put--thoroughly AFK--while his 8.4 billion isk jump freighter was torn to pieces by Agents Pod Destroyer Molly, Tax Collector HongMei, Tax Collector Richard, Tax Collector Aruka, Australian Excellence, Tax Collector Max, unknown boat, Tax Collector Hill, Tax Collector KarlMarx, Tax Collector Kittens, Tax Collector BokChoy, Tax Collector Stroheim, Sherri Rozei, Trump The King, Taxman Daniel, Christine Rozei, unknown observer, Giselle Rozei, Ruby Rozei, Shanade Rozei, Lagatha Rozei, Tawny Rozei, and Harletta Quinn. A fine fleet and a fine kill in the Uedama tradition.



Koperneg must have been pained by the loss of his 9 billion isk Golem. That's right, 9 billion. Though the ship had some bling, it's the three cargo expanders that tell the story here. We'll see what was in that cargohold in a moment. But first, let's take a moment to appreciate Agents Tax Collector Richard, Tax Collector KarlMarx, Tax Collector Aruka, Australian Excellence, Tax Collector BokChoy, Tax Collector HongMeiM, and Tax Collector Kittens for elite PvP'ing the heck out of that Golem.


If killboards could measure irony, this one would be right up there.



Monsters are real, and they die in Uedama all the time. privana soul Jackson's Tempest Fleet Issue was a living horror. Look at it, if you can. Agents unknown boat, Tawny Rozei, Christine Rozei, Ruby Rozei, Trump The King, Sherri Rozei, Giselle Rozei, and Shanade Rozei belong to the New Order. We're the ones who protect highsec from monsters.

Oh, and if you think that fit looks bad at first glance...


It only gets worse when you examine the fittings more closely. Foul carebear, begone!

13 comments:

  1. Its like the sign at Mcdonalds!

    Billions and billions served!

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    1. Reads like the sign on your moms door.

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    2. Hey anon 540

      that joke is older than your mom and when I say old I mean like mummy in egypt old.

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  2. damn. antigankers have been failing so hard the past few weeks (years) LOL!!!!

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    1. The child beater is repeating again. Someone change the dialog of this bot.

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  3. Good content and story although incorrect . Much like the American president Trump.

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    1. So Professor, to you this is elite PvP. This is also roleplaying. So that means that you role play a character that is ok with killing unarmed people, now think about that.

      You can accept and play as a person who is actually perfectly fine and happy to promote killing unarmed people.

      A sandbox game allows players to express who they are deep down inside but do not do so in a public setting for fear of reprisal.

      That means you are in fact an actual person who is ok with killing unarmed people.

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    2. @ Anon 2:58, that hideous Tempest was fully capable of shooting back. Now get back to your ITT Tech psychology courses!

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  5. Trolls still winning your nerfed ass bitches.

    Trolls win, ALWAYS!

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  6. seems most of the commenters, are either code has been's or banned, r they do not undock. Looks like a lot of newbros keeping the flame burning...and they are just piggybacking on some elses glory.

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  7. But how was this orca destroyed by one ship in hi sec ???

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    1. Poor vetting. Props to the CEO for keeping friendly fire legal.

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