A basic rule of life in highsec: Autopilot in a shuttle, lose your implants.
chrissty of the Harmony Order corporation engaged in the obsolete practice of autopiloting her shuttle. Some people assume this is a convenient way to travel through highsec, but it cost chrissty 95 million isk.
chrissty congratulated Agent Viirilithizu Ward on the gank. This would've been proper--if chrissty hadn't been sarcastic.
Though chrissty tried to laugh off the gank, she couldn't let it go. She invited Viirilithizu to a private convo one minute after sending the EVEmail.
The carebear joined EVE in 2010, but she acted as if she didn't know what was going on. Maybe she was going for that whole "new returning player" thing.
Regardless, our Agent was happy to tell her about the Code. I mean, she did ask.
If only life in North Korea was half as good as the highsec miners make it out to be.
Pshaw. http://www.minerbumping.com/ has got to be the least dodgy link you're likely to see in the EVE client. MinerBumping has been visited over 6.4 million times, and in every case it's left the reader better off.
When pressed, chrissty couldn't deny that she knew about the Code. With the possible exception of the Goons/Imperium, the New Order is EVE's most well known group of players.
chrissty terminated the convo after vowing to continue autopiloting. But Agent Viirilithizu wasn't done with her just yet.
The carebear belonged to a "small and close family" with nearly 300 members. Based on her encounter with chrissty, Viirilithizu was concerned about what was going on in Harmony Order corp.
After a brief investigation, our Agent felt there was sufficient cause to escalate the matter. Because the New Order values transparency, Viirilithizu informed the corp's leaders about the situation.
chrissty had only been in Harmony Order for less than a day, and Viirilithizu's EVEmail didn't endear her to the corporation's leadership. As we saw a few years ago in the Extraordinary Compliance Program series, highsec PvE corps and alliances often remove members who attract unwanted attention. For this reason, the tactic of EVEmailing corp leadership is only used in extreme circumstances or if the Agent feels like it.
Harmony Order chose to kick chrissty out of the corp. She soon joined an alliance that holds sovereignty in nullsec. In other words, chrissty returned to where she belonged. With any luck, her days of shuttling through highsec are over for good.