The Agents of the New Order are known for being powerful, but they're also known for the exceptional accuracy with which they wield their power. How do they always manage to destroy the guilty, and never the innocent? It's easier than you might think.
An Agent of the New Order--particularly if he is also a member of the mighty CODE. alliance--can trigger bot-aspirants into revealing themselves simply by appearing in local.
Upon noticing an Agent's name in local, the rebellious carebear cannot help but express his Goofusness in a fit of nervous excitement. It's similar to the mechanism by which the "name of James 315" litmus test functions.
...And sometimes you don't even need to say my name for the litmus test to work. A truly guilty carebear will bring it up all on his own.
Agent Aaaarrgg is one of the most famous--and most feared--elite PvP'ers in highsec. Wherever he goes, the carebears make fools of themselves in local, thereby unintentionally acting as his heralds.
Side note for new players: If fame and victory appeal to you, close the tutorial and check out the Code. A life of glory awaits.
Although rumors of my ban go all the way back to the earliest days of the Code, there's certainly been an uptick lately. It seems the Anti-Gankers have been relying ever more heavily on fake news.
Some blame the "James 315 is banned" rumors on an old click-baity Reddit post or an Eve Onion article from years ago. In fact, new versions of the rumor sprout all the time. For example, Jace O'durn believed that I was somehow banned when CCP took action against nullsec leader gigX a couple months ago. It's the manifestation of wishful thinking in its most deranged form.
Aaaarrgg didn't need to wait long until his presence in local triggered another not-a-miner with an inexplicable grudge against CODE.
...Which raises the question: Why would a non-carebear who hasn't lost anything to CODE. (on his main character, or alt, or friend's character, etc.) be so angry about CODE.? Thankfully, this question has been discussed in some detail in an eleven-part MinerBumping series.
One of the dumber features of highsec life is the "incursion" channel that pops up from time to time. Nevertheless, it provides another forum for the angry carebear to confess his non-compliance.
Aaaarrgg's presence in the incursion channel resulted in more confessions. Our hero took it all in stride. Our Agents are indefatigable.
It's no wonder that the New Order is so often thought of as a beacon of light. The roaches and rodents of highsec scatter at our approach.