At least once every few days I receive a message from someone who accuses me of ruining EVE. Now I know how CCP Fozzie must feel. There's no time to dwell on that, though--it's time for another edition of the Highsec Miner Grab Bag!
The New Order had a good run, but sadly Agent Fate and Destiny had to go and shoot the wrong miner.
In a miraculous turn of events, Adept Ambraelle decided not to bother destroying us after all; that's a job for "EVE STAFF".
You've probably heard the expression, "A friend in need is a friend indeed." Actually, friendships with such transactional underpinnings don't always work out. A true friend is one who doesn't need or want to get anything more from you than your friendship.
Pittx would not be an example of a true friend. He clearly had an axe to grind.
Agent Aaaarrgg, on the other hand, is someone whose actions continuously prove the trustworthiness of his words.
So tell me, dear reader: Which of these two is the hero, and which is the villain?
After all these years, Agent Bing Bangboom is still doing fine work for the Code. Bing's an optimist. He took time out of his busy schedule to help DonAlex learn EVE. However, DonAlex's future doesn't look very bright. I mean, what are the odds of getting 10 million isk from a guy who won't even give you a paragraph break every once in a while?
This message confused me at first, but then I read the subject line. Cleared things right up.
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Thrisha Sebiestor is what we refer to as a "revisionist historian". She managed to tell the origin story of the Code without any mention of the dark clouds parting and light shining on my face. So you have to ask yourself, what else is she leaving out?
I don't normally take requests like this, but I'm in a good mood from contemplating the Code's mercy.
BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE SAVIOUR:There you go, another masterpiece.
IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED
TO ENFORCE THE CODE
IN NEW ORDER TERRITORY.
SHE IS NOT A BULLY.
So much for "declining the interest" of EVE. If you're in highsec and you get an adrenaline rush, that's content--courtesy of the Code.