Wednesday, January 31, 2018

The Orcas of Nakugard, Part 8

Previously, on MinerBumping... The Nakugard system was crawling with Orca mining bots. Then Agent Alt 00 came to town and wiped them out with her newly formed Talos gank fleets. Some miners cheered, though others were filled with anxiety. Whenever a miner spoke up to question Alt's pro-Code policies, she ganked them. But could she win their love?


The beauty of the Code was on full display in Nakugard. You'd have to be really uncultured not to appreciate a sight like this.


It would be an understatement to say that Majura KIseki picked the wrong day to bring a freighter into Nakugard.


As luck would have it, a Thanksgiving ganking contest was running in the MinerBumping channel at the time. Alt 00 submitted the freighter gank and won a prize. She was thrilled--but realized that the Nakugard miners might not be happy for her.


A day had passed without any sign of Orca miners in the system. Just when our Agent started to think the Orcas might be gone for good, she detected two on her scanner. And one of them was fielding 'Augmented' Mining Drones, forbidden by the Code.


Alt 00 rushed to Nakugard's defense. She destroyed the fail-fit Orca; the other quickly left the system in a panic.


The ganked Orca belonged to the same corporation as Djsky, another Russian Orca pilot. Djsky and company had been chased out of the system five days earlier. They were very foolish to return to the scene of the crime.


Alt 00 wasn't expecting to kill the Orca's pod, but she did...


...Because it was still sitting there, 12 minutes later. Our Agent dispatched one of her alts that didn't have a criminal timer and cracked the egg.


Now even the most bot-aspirant of miners got the message. Nakugard was officially clean, with nary an Orca in sight. For the rest of the day, Alt 00 kept watch, but no Orca botters dared enter Nakugard. The next day, the system continued to be a no-Orca zone.


Another day passed, and Nakugard's new era of peace continued. Alt 00's scans detected no Orcas.


There was no denying Alt 00's power, but some miners had "concerns" about what our Agent was doing. One of them, Katherine Altol, vocalized a heretical point of view. To support her position, Katherine quoted an anarchist. Whoever said that quote, it wasn't me--which means it was probably wrong.


Katherine's unauthorized opinions threatened to make the other carebears grow restless, so Alt 00 put her to death and podded her out of the system. Nakugard belonged to the Code, and only the Code.

To be continued...

15 comments:

  1. "Whoever said that quote, it wasn't me--which means it was probably wrong." XD

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    1. When you coming back Wolf?

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  3. If only all justice could be so swift and fitting.

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  4. Love that opening graphic. Great work Alt 00, you are an agent among agents; a real hero of HighSec!

    I am now officially a fanboy. XD

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  5. The Code always wins! Always!

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  6. repellent miners
    unauthorised opinions
    the answer: The Code

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  7. CHODE. goes boom: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P726sH3GBdw

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    1. High sec content brought to today by the mighty Code alliance.

      Your welcome miner.

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    2. Code Wins! \o/

      Always!

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  8. God you people are pathetic. What is the sense of hypocritical bullshit?. I bet you can't even pvp in null or low! You can't cover every high sec system and you certainly fail to hide your movements from kill board. Thanks to the kill board some "carebears" know how to hide from you. Derek Skinnered found that out easy after being ganked twice. After reading your code its been found that it contains material full of hypocrisy, It says "acted as a proxy when electing myself" hmmm I guarantee that is a dictator not an elected official. This is absolute trash. Have you ever even thought of your alts being in violation of said CODE?.

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  9. Many thanks for this amazing post!

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  10. I did not expect that I would find a reply here. Thanks!

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