Sunday, February 17, 2019

Kills of the Week

Bot-aspirants wail and gnash their teeth about paying 10 million isk. But it's a lot more expensive to violate the Code; it costs a lot of money to be a Goofus these days. Just take a look at these certified Gobloks from the week of February 10th @ 00:00 EVEtime through February 16th @ 23:59 EVEtime:

Why would anyone bring a jump freighter into Uedama? Dodge Sparkles probably had no idea where he was going; he simply fired up the ol' autopilot and went AFK. He never arrived at his destination. Unless, that is, he always meant to be ganked by Agents Jackson Kusion, Jayson Kusion, Justin Kusion, Jake Kusion, Joel Kusion, Jayden Kusion, Jason Kusion, Joshua Kusion, Jeremiah Kusion, Johnathan Kusion, Joseph Kusion, Jeremy Kusion, Jacob Kusion, Josh Kusion, Jeffery Kusion, Jonas Kusion, Jack Kusion, Jimmy Kusion, Jessie Kusion, and Josiah Kusion.

Skylar Arkaral had nothing but contempt for the suicide gankers of highsec. She never could've imagined that she would become one herself. Yet Agent Bladewise somehow managed to persuade Skylar to get into an Orca-on-Orca fight, which ended up with Skylar CONCORDing her own ship.

That figures.

We don't often see Black Ops ships featured on Kills of the Week posts, but Rukus Stylez's sinfully decadent Sin drew the notice of the local Tornado squad. It was popped by the expertly aimed artillery of Agents Narl' Amhar, Votre Dieu, Astrid Tyrfing, and Rungerd.

It seems that our bot-aspirant adversaries are running out of ways to disguise their haulers. Mite Ordinary was afraid to use a freighter or even a Deep Space Transport, so he tried out a cargo-expanded combat cruiser. He failed. Agent Votre Dieu ganked Mite's Thorax, which had fewer hitpoints than the average Retriever. Given this carebear's foolishness, I almost expected the ship to be carrying Skill Injectors or PLEX, but no--it was a bunch of random garbage.

Littoral Combat Ship autopiloted into Uedama and suffered Death by Kusion. When will these people learn? Agents Joel Kusion, Jayson Kusion, Joshua Kusion, Jeremiah Kusion, Jayden Kusion, Johnathan Kusion, Jackson Kusion, Joseph Kusion, Jake Kusion, Josh Kusion, Jacob Kusion, Jeremy Kusion, Jonas Kusion, Jeffery Kusion, Jack Kusion, Jessie Kusion, Jimmy Kusion, Josiah Kusion, and Jason Kusion annihilated yet another freighter and liberated its cargo:

Someone really wanted their cap boosted, eh?

Bren'al Reming of the ironically named Catalyst LLC corporation got podded by a Catalyst flown by Agent Josiah Kusion, after the other Kusions destroyed Bren'al's 2.6 billion isk freighter. The mighty CODE. alliance uses quite a variety of ships these days, but we'll always be EVE's foremost experts when it comes to the Catalyst.

"I don't want to pay 10 million isk," says the rebellious carebear. Lose a few billion, then.


  1. Another amazing week! And ag was unable to stop any ganks as usual.

    Praise James! \o/

    1. AG didn't stop any ganks because it doesn't exist as a real organized force. I've played for 6 months and never seen an AG attempt yet. What I have seen is people like me who are happy to shoot at CODE and other gankers. Anyway I got some kills against CODE this weekend so I'm happy.

    2. My basketball team can't beat the Chicago Bulls because we aren't actually trying. I've been playing for 6 months but I've never tried yet. What I have done is see people who are happy to stand in the court and wave their hands. Anyways I touched the ball this weekend, so I'm happy even though I got dunked on repeatedly.

    3. Hahahahahahaha.
      Totally owned by that reply.

      wish i could whore on concord after the target explodes.

    4. AG exists more in the minds of CODE players than anyone else.

      The most effective AG is to avoid CODE gank hotspots at peak times.

      When I show up at Uedama in my combat ships I'm not playing AG. My AG play was to send my freighter's through before any CODE players were in position.

      The clever basketball story doesn't work because I'm not playing basketball. In my game CODE players are PvP targets.

    5. This is the same strategy used by the cockroaches that sneak out at night to nibble on crumbs. I'm glad to hear it is working out so well for you.

    6. skitter skitter skitter "look at me im winning!" skitter skitter

    7. Too funny! I laughed out loud! Co-workers be like, "Dude what are you laughing at?" XD

      Those replies are another win for Code!

    8. One last time. I assume some of you are replying in character so you "don't understand" what I'm saying.

      CODE are the only ones who care about AG. For the rest of us it barely exists.

      The best defense against ganks is to avoid ganking hotspots at peak times. It really is as simple as that.

      The fact that you find targets is a failure of individual players to protect themselves which has nothing to do with AG except in the imaginations of some CODE players.

    9. Chodeanon went from Code hardly exists in the lives of miners to
      ag hardly exists in the lives of miners!

      Guess we got him boys! :)

    10. So, just to make sure I understand 'in character', what you are saying is that AG isn't failing, because AG doesn't even exist? That sure explains why they never accomplish anything, despite all their AG chat channels and AG corporations and AG websites and AG drama in local. Wow, just wow, AG is SO not even existing right now!

  2. Even Kennyanon has been left speechless.

  3. * Kusion = bot = CHODE. slave = hypocrite.

    1. You are dumb.

      Multiboxing is not the same as botting.

      If Kusion went to go to work and his characters all killed frieghters all on their own THAT would be botting.

      Another ag lie. Do you ever stop failing?

    2. * Kusion = bot = CHODE. slave = hypocrite.

      Oh, and a thief:

    3. lol! I thought you were being honest, but no this is just more miner tears! XD XD XD


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