It was a tough day to be Javar Miromme.
Javar's Ashimmu was ambushed by a group of Catalysts from the mighty CODE. alliance. Javar should've known that something like this would happen. After all, he was loitering at a stargate in Uedama, and he had a history of engaging in Anti-Ganking activities.
One of the Catalyst pilots, Trump The King, sent Javar a private convo request. Agent Trump wanted to make sure that there wasn't any confusion about the gank. Too late.
Trump chastened the carebear in the gentlest terms he could think of on such short notice.
Trump offered some constructive criticism of Javar's gameplay in the form of an "after action report". However, it appeared that Javar was the type who doesn't handle criticism very well.
The (former) Ashimmu pilot got off a parting shot and terminated the convo--without purchasing a mining permit. Now what?
It occurred to our Agent that maybe Javar's finger slipped and he closed the convo by accident. He extended the carebear another opportunity to explain himself.
As is usually the case in situations like these, the carebear ended up revealing more about himself than he intended. Javar's comment about our Agents made one thing crystal clear: He was motivated by envy. This revelation would prove to be very important later on.
(Side note: We of the New Order do not think we can do whatever we want without consequences; indeed, consequences are what we're all about. We strive to do nothing less than fundamentally transform highsec. The New Order is the most consequential force in EVE history.)
For some reason, Javar thought the battle would've gone better for him in lowsec or nullsec, where our Agents wouldn't have needed to deal with faction police or CONCORD.
Trump offered another critique of Javar's battle tactics, free of charge: Why didn't he activate some modules or something?
Many of our most prominent elite PvP'ers get accused of cheating. These hackusations are actually a compliment in disguise. Ordinary EVE players can't imagine anyone being this good at the game.
It wasn't obvious what Javar was trying to accomplish with all of his bluster. He didn't ask for reimbursement or anything.
The carebear exhibited a strange mixture of hostility, jealousy, and admiration. This made him unpredictable, which, in turn, made him dangerous. For Agent Trump had no idea that Javar Miromme was about to return to Uedama to seek his revenge--and that revenge would be sweet.
To be continued...