Sunday, July 8, 2018

Kills of the Week

Some ships are fated to die. Our Agents are not only Agents of the Code--they're Agents of fate. Not coincidentally, all ships piloted by those who disobey the Code are also fated to die. Such as these, from the week of July 1st @ 00:00 EVEtime through July 7th @ 23:59 EVEtime...



Take a look at Udidar Cloudjumper's Ares loss. Take another look if needed. Yes, this was a loss of 42.2 billion isk, from an interceptor. Is it possible the bot-aspirants are getting dumber? Agent Eva Mavas popped the monumental Ares piñata as casually as you please.


As you can see, there's a strong connection between mining and bad decision-making.



Phobiasho Sathienne' 3.6 billion isk frigate loss is really fitting, I think--and I'm not referring to the actual fitting, or lack thereof. Agents Jacob Tancos and Lisa Tancos popped the Incursus during a week where losing 3.6 billion isk on a frigate didn't look so bad. Phobiasho is lucky that Udidar Cloudjumper died when he did.


Hey, at least he didn't lose 54 Large Skill Injectors. That's got to count for something, right?



Deep Space Transports always look suspicious these days. I wonder how many freighter pilots have switched into DSTs without purchasing a permit from the New Order? Glastco Heluene lost 6.7 billion isk to Agents Gandor Ironfist, Spazmongloid, Mongochicken, iZaEaRl, and Elvir. Maybe Glastco should trade in his Occator for a "NOST"? (That's a New Order Space Transport, in case you were wondering.)



Sorry, Alex Indy, but highsec still belongs to those who enforce the Code. That includes Jita and its surrounding systems--and all of the 1.0 security ones. Alex lost a 29.8 billion isk ship that had the ability to teleport to safety. Maybe he thought he was protected from ganks by the rule against "rookie griefing"?

Agents Taxman Daniel, Tax Collector HongMei, Justin Kusion, Tax Collector Max, Joel Kusion, Pod Destroyer Molly, Tax Collector Stroheim, Tax Collector Kittens, Tax Collector BokChoy, Tax Collector Aruka, Jackson Kusion, Tax Collector KarlMarx, Joseph Kusion, Tax Collector Hill, Jayden Kusion, Tax Collector Richard, Jake Kusion, Tax Collector AynRand, Tax Collector Fuemi, Tax Collector Buck, Tax Collector Larry, Tax Collector Yuna, Jayson Kusion, Jeremiah Kusion, Tax Collector Alison, Australian Excellence, tax Collector Kimi, Joshua Kusion, Jason Kusion, Johnathan Kusion, Tax Collector Shardani, holdmybeer, Pleb Tea, Extremely Jumpy Mango, Catalyst Whisperer, Professional Pilot Instructor, Fruit Loop Enthusiast, Whale Harpoon, Hard working Immigrant, HSM Chief PettyOfficer, HSM Fleet Admiral, and HSM MasterChief PettyOfficer formed a massive gank armada and "griefed" Alex's jump freighter until it exploded.



We've recently noticed a number of blingy Hulks making a nuisance of themselves in New Order territory. Late last week, Japan best and Indead were both piloting 1.2 billion isk Hulks until they were simultaneously ganked by Agents Nam Plau, Votre Dieu, Narl' Amhar, and Lovchi. More fine choreography from highsec's elite PvP'ers.



Rohk Etmann lost a 4 billion isk pod to Agent Jacob Tancos because he chose to go AFK and autopilot, rather than follow the Code. Outrageously, Rohk did this in a Reaper. It appears that if you're vigilant enough, you can still catch a blingy pod in a rookie ship.


Shattered crystals. I wonder how good that Reaper's shield tank was?

7 comments:

  1. You can easily spot recent ex-wowtards, they are always fitting blue and green shit to their barges. Do they not understand what game they are playing?

    Go back to raiding, miners. Your kind are not welcome here.

    Die
    Carebear
    Scum

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  2. "Hey, at least he didn't lose 54 Large Skill Injectors. That's got to count for something, right?"


    Those may have been his skills in those injectors, or he forgot to turn his brain on.

    Who the fuk moves injectors? There is no excuse for that. And good gawd those dual training certificates.

    Come on people, EVE has had the same reputation for punishing ignorance since day one, 15 years ago, and every day since some carebear shitter has died doing stupid things in a game they don't even belong in...

    Surely someone who studies abhorrent behavior could explain why carebears feel the need to shit up a game they don't even like. Most of them are mad ALL the time, so why even log in. Why not go play something that rewards cowardice and botting?

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    1. Actually its the sign of a RMT tradet attempting to stay under CCP's radar. They used to carry huge amounts of PLEX, now that the PLEX Vault is in place (and PLEX has been revalued...) the new RMT hotness is Skill Injectors and MCT's.

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    2. How is it a sign of RMT? Can you please explain why RMTers carry around something like injectors? They can't hide it from CCP, even in their cargo holds.

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  3. The current situation in highsec is completely the fault of cowards trying to hide from PVP in a PVP sandbox. If there were no NPC corps or CONCORD then highsec would be more aligned with the original vision of EVE. You can't fight Natural Selection with corp-hopping and NPC god-mode "guards". That's why highsec is so violent, nature is trying to correct CCP's meddling with PVP. Crimewatch and buddy lists, WTF CCP? How are those not anti-PVP?

    EVE is a sandbox that's a "PVP game at heart", according to CCP, then they try to manipulate part of the sandbox to protect the weak and unfit. Again, that's not how nature works.

    You carebears can whine and cry all you want, but the Code and the New Order would not even exist except for your own existence. That's why the rest of us have no sympathy for highsec shitters, they brought it upon themselves. There are pinker places they could go, if they want to play here they should htfu.

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  4. Meh seems made up

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