Salah ad-Din al-Jawahiri is among the most storied Agents of the New Order. In recent times, he has become a controversial figure due to his unorthodox personnel management practices while a director of New Order Logistics. Salah's decision to kick the corp's entire membership overnight raised a lot of eyebrows and ultimately led to his resignation as a recruitment officer.
Isk is isk, though. Salah purchased 5,000 additional shares, which took us past the 1,579, 1,580, 1,581, 1,582, and 1,583 billion isk marks and earned him a Quintuple Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™. Kudos.
Burn Jita came to a close. It brought many killmails in its wake--and many tears.
(Of course, the extent to which CCP welcomes such tickets is up for debate.)
Carebears never miss a chance to shed tears, even in the midst of such a joyous occasion as Burn Jita.
Usually it's the Agents of the New Order who are called upon to correct the carebears' misconceptions about the rules of EVE...
...But a CCP dev will do in a pinch.
Agent Pure Whyte sent a full report on Burn Jita, with plenty of links to videos and images of the event:
Here's some videos and screenshot galleries as well as some stats...
Video made by Shingly
(a streamer that tried to bait us then got made we shot his pod)
Anti ganker Riskofshock telling us how bad they are at saving freighters
Gallery Day 1
Gallery Day 2
Gallery Day 3
A graph of kill value over time for BJ
We had over 1700 characters attend this years Burn Jita
We killed over 580 ships and pods totaling over 710b (currently don't have stats on actual freighter or jump freighter numbers, only total kills)
We ended the weekend with a SLYCE Rhea that logged off
Kill: WuZetian Nvdi's Rhea
An autopiloting Nomad
Kill: Hertzsprung Russel's Nomad
A battle orca concording themselves just as the fleet landed
Kill: Mining Andres's Orca
Ripley222 Ellen lost 2 freighters within the space of 1 hour
Kill: Ripley222 Ellen's Charon 2nd
Kill: Ripley222 Ellen's Charon 1st
goodluck aaaaa did not have good luck
Kill: goodluck aaaaa's Charon
Burn Jita has been an annual event since 2012. The carebears still haven't learned. Why? Because they're bot-aspirants, that's why.