Justice. It's unavoidable now, thanks to the Code. Carebears engage in self-deception when they say they can escape the justice of the Code. For an illustration of this point, consider: Each of the following carebears thought they could get away with their crimes forever--just like the carebears who will meet their gankers tomorrow. From the week of October 22nd @ 00:00 EVEtime through October 28th @ 23:59 EVEtime...
To all outward appearances, this is a solid jump freighter gank. Jasminica lost over 15 billion isk for her failure to obey the Code, it was in Uedama, etc. All well and good. But the true beauty of this gank, friends, only becomes apparent when you read the list of the names of the gankers involved:
Agents Jayson Kusion, Jason Kusion, Jackson Kusion, Jake Kusion, Jayden Kusion, Joel Kusion, Justin Kusion, Joseph Kusion, Johnathan Kusion, Jeremiah Kusion, and Joshua Kusion.
That's right, dear reader. The Kusion family was permabanned for the conspicuously nonspecific reason of "EULA violation" last summer. Now they're back. The Kusions have joined the storied ranks of the few EVE players who got their permabans overturned. (Charter member, here.)
As you'll recall, the carebears, in their wickedness, raucously celebrated the permabanning of the Kusions, even though they knew the bans were unjustified. "Who cares if they broke a rule or not?" said the carebears, "I'm always glad when gankers get banned. I hope CCP bans them all!"
Now that the Kusions are back, those wide-eyed carebears have gone scurrying back into their holes. There will be a reckoning. Many carebears will perish.
Creeks W managed to do what few carebears have done without a freighter or jump freighter: He lost over 10 billion isk in a single gank. It only took a pair of Agents, Ralliana and Luna Nightblood, to take him down. The gank was satisfying. When our heroes took a look at what Creeks W had lost, they couldn't believe their eyes.
What could be finer than destroying Michi's Excavation Augmentors before the miners can even plug them in?
Karn Leto fancied himself the ultimate tanked miner. He grabbed one of the (somewhat) recently buffed Orcas and fitted it with a reinforced bulkhead, a damage control, and a bunch of shield modules. Karn wanted to use this ship to mine endlessly while AFK, and he buffed the yield with some mining drone rigs. Then he met Agent Bing Bangboom. That's right, just him. You only need one Agent when it's Bing--especially when the honour of the Kino system is on the line.
Karn couldn't resist AFK mining even though there was a kill right on him with several days left to go. And here's another difference between carebears and Agents of the New Order: Carebears always say someone else should do something to stop us. Bing killed the miner on behalf of himself.
Decadent Hulks are still on the loose in highsec. Nachos Turkey equipped three 'Aeode' Mining Laser Upgrades and doomed himself to a 1.3 billion isk lossmail. Agents Jack Van Impe, Brynn Disher, and George Tasker managed to find this criminal mining in a 0.9 security system.
Dimmasyka, like everyone else you see featured in KotW posts, should read MinerBumping more often. If he did, maybe he would've been able to avoid the hurricane that came his way in the form of Agents Tax Collector BokChoy, Tax Collector KarlMarx, Australian Excellence, Pod Destroyer Molly, Tax Collector Kittens, Tax Collector Richard, Tax Collector Hill, Tax Collector Aruka, Tax Collector Stroheim, Tax Collector Max, Tax Collector Larry, Tax Collector Fuemi, Tax Collector Kimi, Tax Collector Shardani, Tax Collector AynRand, Tax Collector Buck, Tax Collector Yuna, Tax Collector Alison, Taxman Daniel, Tax Collector HongMei, and Mining Lord 1999. Once again, the Tax Collectors used a set of 18 Tornadoes to take down their prey. Protip: Don't get on their bad side. Obey the Code.
Valba Naanato was caught AFK in a rookie ship in Urlen, a 1.0 security system. Just another harmless newbie being bullied by the New Order, right? Wrong. Valba was a decadent carebear in newbie's clothing. Agent Araena Calorne wasn't fooled--not even a little. She killed Valba with her Thrasher and inflicted a loss of 3.5 billion isk.
Valba thought he needed all of those bonuses to pilot an Ibis? A mining permit would've cost him less and would've been far more effective.