Monday, September 4, 2017

Code Ready Gelhan, Part 15

Previously, on MinerBumping... Mission Ready Mining corp always assumed that the New Order's siege of the Gelhan system would eventually end. But as days turned to weeks, they had to consider the unthinkable: What if TheInternet TweepsOnline TheInternet and his fellow Agents were truly as invincible as they claimed? MRM line member Yanamota Acami was the first to consider this possibility. And it drove her mad.


Yanamota was still coherent--but barely. Would there be anything left of her fragile mind when--if--the siege ended?


The fragments of Yanamota's psyche took refuge in fantasy. She lived in an alternate reality in which MRM was winning the war.


But the cold, hard truth was that the CODE always wins. Always!


TheInternet linked a set of recent kills in local. Yanamota's name was listed among the dead. The harsh reminder was calculated to drag the rebel back into reality.


Bot-aspirants are full of contradictions. Yanamota tried to intimidate our Agent, but in the same breath, she'd dismissed her own loss because she "wasn't a fighter".


Thus far, TheInternet was underwhelmed by the supposed power of MRM and its 2,400+ members. Was there anyone among them who could challenge her?


On occasion, a miner from MRM tried to slip through the blockade. They were all swiftly destroyed. But a curious thing began to happen:


Instead of condemning the New Order for "bullying" miners, some members of MRM blamed those who tried to mine. After all, everyone was under standing orders to remain docked indefinitely.


Agent Georgia B Dixie returned to Gelhan to see that everything was going well.


Viitruvius tried to downplay the suffering of his fellow MRM members. If he intended to make a morale-boosting speech in local, it was aborted by Agent Georgia and her pesky facts.


Viitruvius was forced to abandon his preferred strategy. Now all he could do was appeal to our Agents' sense of fair play and decency. Unfortunately for Viitrivius, fair play and decency demanded further enforcement of the Code.


As the siege continued, Georgia treated MRM to a chilling speech in local. What she didn't yet know was that behind the scenes, MRM members had been begging high command for weeks to do something about the Gelhan situation.


MRM had thousands of members at its disposal. Now, at long last, the cavalry had arrived.

To be continued...

44 comments:

  1. Still fighting the scrubs in highsec and never actually joining the real fight.

    Keep trying code miners.

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    1. Miner, how would you know where the real fights are?

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    2. Says the anon 4:12 scrub who thinks that low and null are the last boss of Eve. Eve is about PVP. It doesn't matter what the sec status is.

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    3. Says the carebear who cant go there.

      Calm down code miner

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    4. What is Ouran High School Host Club?

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    5. That's not what I asked you, I asked: what is your favorite song

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    6. Keep pretending you're not really a fail anti ganker

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    7. I'm not?
      Sometimes I think living in the city is enough to drive anybody mad.

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  2. This is probably one of my favorite things to read as I train up my Exploration skills. Can't wait to see the next part o/

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  3. This is more exciting than most movies, these cliffhangers are so good.
    /Minx

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    1. Easily entertained I see.

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    1. HAHAHAHAHA

      sure.

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    2. Sure, whatever ya say miner.

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    3. Wait what? What do you mean as in 'saving the world'

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  5. In the intro mission Aura says that situational awareness increases survivability. She also says that you need to remain calm. Next thing you know she is going to ask you to get a mining permit. Is CCP working for Code?

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    1. Can confirm Hilmar is actually James 315 in disguise, and therefore every single miners' subscription goes towards James 315.

      Deal with it, bot aspirant carebears.

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    2. Sure if you want to believe it, still have no proof.

      Typical code miner, thinks they are great when they aren't even shit.

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    3. Yes you are right

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  6. Gelhan seems to be a pretty cool place. A bastion of PvP content and compelling social interactions.

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    1. Agreed, I'll go there and make some code soup

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    2. JAMES AKBAR LALALALALALALA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

      BOOM.

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    3. Who else are you currently speaking to?

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  7. looks like antigankers are failing so hard right now XD they cant even get out of npc corp XD

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    1. He said fail I win again.

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    2. But, if you are a robot you have no emotions, ho heart, you are just like a nobody from kingdom hearts

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  8. Virgin Miner vs. Chad Agent

    http://i.imgur.com/ZhVdNKS.png



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    1. What's a chad agent?

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    2. Another miner that cant leave high sec.

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  9. PLEASE purchase your permit or you will cast out of Heaven to hell

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    1. HAHAHAHA sure I already have mine, its call you cant kill me.

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    2. And how do you know that. You can't see me

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  10. Aaaarrgg engaged in foolish criminal activities.

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    1. And that's why Concord kills you.

      Remember folks Concord never fails.

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    2. Thank you:) in that case, yes. I would marry you

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  11. The children are crying again claiming the big bad miners wont buy their useless shit. If only CCP would listen to their tears and make the miners go away.

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  12. The illness is in your head.

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  13. We will fix what ails you

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  14. 208 mill spread across 25 kills is about 8.5 mil each, so you kill a lot of built up ventures, really brave.

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  15. Shit's about to get real.

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