Monday, September 25, 2017

Code Ready Gelhan, Part 18

Previously, on MinerBumping... Agent Georgia B Dixie reigned supreme in the Gelhan system. After weeks of training, most of Mission Ready Mining's miners learned to dock up and log out whenever they saw a bumper enter the system. Some, like Orca pilot Le Anne, stuck around, only to be bumped into submission. Le Anne repeatedly threatened to file petitions with CCP about the "illegal" bumping, but to no avail. It was time, at last, to get MRM leadership involved--at the highest levels.


While Georgia was dealing with Le Anne in private chat, she also bumped other miners and kept up with Gelhan local chat. One of Georgia's bump recipients simply logged out in frustration, prompting a comment from MRM member Gai Heiyuu.


Gai Heiyuu was, in fact, the CEO of Mission Ready Mining. MRM had well over 2,000 members, so he had plenty of other matters to keep him busy. But Agent Georgia and her predecessors had caused such consternation among the ranks that Gai had no choice but to report to Gelhan himself.


The CEO was uncertain of how to address Georgia. He was the leader of the sixth-largest corporation in all of EVE. Georgia, by contrast, was only a single character in a bumping ship. What possible difference could she make? On the other hand, Gai's legions had proven utterly incapable of stopping her, and the complaints kept pouring in. He had difficulty keeping his frustration from boiling over.


In overseeing an organization the size of Mission Ready Mining, Gai had dealt with plenty of personnel issues before. However, it was clear that he'd never encountered someone like Georgia. She was an Agent of the New Order. She couldn't be bought off.


Gai didn't bother threatening to send thousands of MRM warriors against the Agent. Combat didn't scare Georgia, and they both knew it. So the MRM CEO attempted to manipulate Georgia into going somewhere else and leaving his miners alone. It didn't work.


Suddenly conscious that his loyal corp members were watching him, Gai switched gears and tried to do some morale posting. This, too, failed. And the power dynamic was clear to all: Georgia was totally in command of the situation.


Gai grew concerned. He'd gone to Gelhan in the hopes of intimidating the lone bumper. Instead he found his own aura of authority being diminished. He was outmatched.


Gai Heiyuu went silent. Georgia had an inkling that the CEO would take some time to rethink his approach, then return at some point. Georgia didn't care about all that. Her sole focus was the enforcement of the Code. So it continued.


If the masses of MRM had hoped for deliverance from their fearless leader, they were disappointed. Georgia went on bumping as before.


Gai's morale-boosting strategy of proclamations about Georgia "barely interacting" and being "irrelevant" went by the wayside. His own miners didn't believe it. They freely admitted that the Agent shut down their mining operations. No matter! They could always make up the difference by giving more real money to CCP.


Georgia looked down upon the miners of Gelhan from her vantage point, the very pinnacle of power. She stood unopposed. Was there no one in Mission Ready Mining who could challenge her?

To be continued...

28 comments:

  1. Calm down, bumper.

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    1. Don't you love it when they copy you. Imitation is the highest form of flattery isn't it. I wonder if they know that, lets split a head open and find out.

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  2. Enjoy it while it lasts. The days of CODE are finite. The Omega has arrived.

    Cyr Xeon

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    1. Coming Soon, maybe next year, maybe not.

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    2. Cyr do you ever leave Kubinen? Judging by your impressive kill board, with so many miners and shit fits passing by, I'd say you've no need to.

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    3. So what you gonna do Cryer? Just keep crying?

      The days of all our characters are finite, the servers will shut down one day. When that day arrives CODE. will still be ganking miners and other empire scum.

      In EVE it's 'put up or shut up'. Maybe you should just save yourself a lot of embarrassment and choose the latter.

      "the omega has arrived", and what? Miners also make threats they can't back up. Your kb means nothing in New Order space, permits are 10 million ISK per year, don't get caught in highsec without one.... per character.

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    4. Look who is talking. Fearless killer of Herons and Ventures! Your opinion is very important to us.

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    5. We don't need opinions, remember we have the code, don't need to think too much of what carebears think or cry about, we just need to be ever vigilant, you never know when we will find our next kill. Careful my Catalyst may be very touchy feely when it finds you.


      HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  3. Gai heiyuu "I'm reminded of cats playing with toys"

    Good news! The hopeless CEO has seen the light and embraces New Order thought!

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    1. That's no fun, it didn't look like he has accepted our generous offer, lets just kill him a few more times to see if it sunk in yet. AH like a sharp knife being slid ever deeper till it reaches its mark.

      A better way of saying "lets make him take it to heart."

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  4. Periculosus: I do fly other ships

    Ventures, retrievers and mackinaws don't count.
    Threats must have substance if they're to be considered threats Peri.

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    1. Threats, in Eve. Oh may that's no good, Eve must be a bad game if there are threats in it. I need a safe space.....
      Behind my turrets with plenty of ammo to kill all those who oppose the authority of James 315.

      And they say we are without feelings. I feel it every time I provide a safe space and blow up another miner. Its called recoil.

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  5. wow antigankers are STILL failing hard.

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    1. Another amazing performance, this time with CAPTIAL letters, Bravo.


      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  6. This is going to be 315 parts isn’t it?

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    1. If we're lucky!

      Have a seat, we'll get to you.

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    2. Be sure to stop at the concession stand for snacks, I've stocked up the toasted and roasted miner, along with plenty of large cups of tears. If you happen to see any carebears sitting in the theater please feel free to knife them really good.

      OOOOPS I mean be Knife to them.


      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  7. Holy shit, that last retard. You can tell he has an extra pair of chromosomes.

    Seriously, he's an idiot. Although watching him try to weasel his way out later will be quite enjoyable. But he's still an idiot. The kind that shouldn't be allowed to vote, or drive a vehicle, or breed.

    You know I'm right, anyone acting that retarded should not be passing on defective DNA.


    I think I've taken a "special shine" to that Periculosus Commination miner.....

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    1. Be careful.

      He may talk like an idiot,
      Act like an idiot,

      But don't let that fool you!!!!!!

      He really is an IDIOT!



      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  8. Because flying through a Tama gate in a 4bn Machariel is always a good idea...

    https://zkillboard.com/kill/64786007/

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    1. Sounds a bit FISHY.


      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  9. Because even their own alliance mates despise them...

    https://eveskunk.com/e/364431462

    Where oh where are Nigerian lawyers when you need them?

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    1. At home killing a Gazelle.



      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  10. Let me get this straight.

    One bumper - a bumper, not gank fleet - is single handedly holding down 2700 carebears, and the most their CEO can do is hide in station and cry in local?

    Now that's force projection. And it's beautiful.

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    1. Such is the power of the Code

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    2. Hey give credit where credit is due.

      Thank you for mentioning me but the killer here isn't me, and the code was written by James 315.

      Do let me know if your willing to part with your soul for anything, but I'm sure a permit for 10 million is a far better deal.


      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  11. My jaw actually dropped when I found out MRM was the 6th largest corp in EVE. Makes it even more funny that they can't deal with one Agent.

    HAHAHAAHAHAA

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