Thursday, September 28, 2017

Bob Goes Forth, Part 3

Previously, on MinerBumping... Agent Bob the Fourth made it his mission to bring light to the Solitude region. But the miners he found were filled with darkness.


Bob winced when he saw LeXXi Gel's Venture fit. If you've never seen a miner who uses 400mm Crystalline Carbonide Restrained Plates, you can feel free to check that item off your bucket list. Even dumber: LeXXi didn't have a New Order mining permit.


Some miners try to hide behind the language barrier. It never works. CCP may drop foreign language support, but our Agents do not.


LeXXi fired up a translator and tried to explain why he didn't own a permit. For future reference, mining permits are required for all PvE activities in highsec. And yes, you need a permit even if you're doing a scarecrow.


You gotta hand it to whatever program LeXXi was using. Even with the limitations of the Russian translator, the miner was able to fully convey his sense of nihilism and class struggle.


Our Agents do their best to communicate with highsec miners, regardless of the language they speak. Fortunately, EVE has some methods for sending messages that everyone understands:


LeXXi threatened our Agent by making his kill right available. In this way, the miner signaled that he was only becoming more hostile.


Though the miner had struggled to express himself before, he was suspiciously fluent in English profanity.


As LeXXi sent another insult to our Agent, Bob noticed a familiar face in local:


Cath Noxious Noxious belonged to the corporation defeated by Bob in Part 1 of this series. As you'll recall, Cath's corp tried wardeccing Bob, only to have Bob set the war mutual. Cath and all his friends disappeared for a month.


LeXXi was still furious. Rebel miners don't like it when our Agents pay attention to them; paradoxically, they get even angrier when our Agents pay attention to someone else.


By coincidence, Cath went on a family vacation that lasted until he figured out how to retract the mutual wardec.


Bob was filled with compassion as he watched LeXXi's ore-addled brain disintegrate right in front of him. Was there anything our Agent could do to help him now?

To be continued...

11 comments:

  1. Watching Lexxi, it's clear for everyone: mining (in EVE online) is a sickness. Fortunately, the CODE is the only proven antidote.

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  2. There is only one true Savior of Highsec, and that is Code. All others claiming to be the Savior are naH naHlet je. The Code is a loving and forgiving Code, but can also be an angry an vengeful Code. The blood and tears of the non beliebers will be no different than the vile carebears. I am Omega.

    Cyr Xeon
    Savior of Kubinen
    Loyal True Servant of The Code

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    1. Yet you only seem to be able to "enforce the Code" in the comments section of our blog.

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    2. You made a mistake. you are a beta.

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    3. Lulz! He da beta male!

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    4. I came all over your mom's face and tits and then started hitting her face with my still stiff shlong. Best $30 I ever spent.

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  3. How do I join the CODE?

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    1. Kill enough miners and they will ask you to join.


      If you haven't been asked you need to kill more miners! EVE is worth saving.

      #makeEVEbetter #killallminerbots #agfailsdaily


      #Always!

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  4. wow antigankers are failing so hard right now

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  5. Hey look, the special kids are fighting..

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  6. I cant breathe! laughing too hard at Bobs answers!

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