From time to time, seemingly momentous threats arose, only to fizzle out. Could nothing stop our Agents?
Agent Kalorned found few MRM members willing to fight. Instead, he was spending most of his time administering the empire.
Luckily, Kalorned was able to delegate.
After seeing so many miners fume about kill rights on -10 security characters, it was refreshing to see people who knew how to use them.
Kalorned noticed that some of his familiar foes no longer belonged to MRM. Regardless, our hero vowed to protect Gelhan from all threats, from the mundane to the exotic.
HoleySheet1 > this is funnyAgent Kalorned was tending to the Gelhan system when a strange visitor arrived.
Kalorned > What amuses you this fine evening, good sir
HoleySheet1 > being in butthole nowhere
HoleySheet1 > the hubs are more exciting
Something seemed a bit off about this fellow, but Kalorned wanted to make the guest feel at home in Gelhan.
Kalorned > True, the baseline level of activity isn't the same as hubs - however stick around long enough and you will find that these remote areas have their own distinct excitementMaybe Kalorned's first impressions were wrong. Had he judged HoleySheet1 too harshly?
Kalorned > You wouldn't know passing through, however there is currently a conflict ongoing this very moment
Kalorned > A mining corp in conflict with the good guys enforcing proper gameplay
HoleySheet1 > who are the good guys?
Kalorned > The New Order of High Sec, Marmite, various othersOn the other hand, Agents of the New Order are known for their superb instincts.
HoleySheet1 > pfft
HoleySheet1 > i made marmite
HoleySheet1 > it still rides off its success in 2012
HoleySheet1 > theres no new order...just greedy morons and soft wet paper bag citadels now
HoleySheet1 > wake to reality
Kalorned received additional insight from a member of MRM; he was routinely supplied with information from some of its more open-minded members.
Though HoleySheet1's reputation wasn't stellar, Kalorned felt it was worth spending a few more minutes with him. However, the visitor was eager to be on his way. Kalorned only had time to play one more card: The name of the Saviour of Highsec. Drop it into any conversation and you're bound to get to the truth.
What Kalorned didn't anticipate is that this time, truth would come in the form of a conspiracy of epic proportions.
To be continued...