Sunday, March 17, 2019

Kills of the Week

On the one hand, EVE is a famously "difficult" game with a learning cliff. On the other hand, it's a game where the players make what should be a very easy decision: Embrace the Code, or be totally annihilated. Yet you'd be surprised how many silly carebears make the wrong choice. Let's have a look at some of the people who flunked EVE's Big Question from the week of March 10th @ 00:00 EVEtime through March 16th @ 23:59 EVEtime:

The Praxis, if you've never seen one, is a class of battleship. And apparently it's a battleship that needs a lot of capacitor modules, which it uses to run its... light missile launchers? That's what ECUTIA MOSE came up with, anyway, before being ganked by Agents Votre Dieu, Narl' Amhar, Astrid Tyrfing, and Rungerd.

Honestly, though, if this is the best you can do, you carebears may as well not fit your battleships at all.

...Looks like I walked right into that one. flash golia left her Nestor completely blank-fit. Agents Votre Dieu, Rungerd, Astrid Tyrfing, and Narl' Amhar put this atrocity out of its mercy, too. Despite having no mods, the ship was worth 3.7 billion isk. Dare I ask what was in the cargo bay?


MINING ST's own battleship fit wasn't quite so unconventional. But look at this guy's name. He's a miner to the core. Irony incoming:

Battleship killed by a mining ship. Agents Krig Povelli and The Mute (and an Agent-aspirant NPC) won another round of elite PvP.

Ah, Uedama. It's a system where some dreams go to die--and where others come to life. Kryptox's dream of a fortune made through AFK autopiloting was shattered. At the same time, the Kusions' dream of another dead freighter was realized. Statistically, fulfilled dreams are heavily concentrated among members of the New Order. I know it's unequal, but that's our system. Agents Jayson Kusion, Justin Kusion, Joseph Kusion, Joel Kusion, Jake Kusion, Jayden Kusion, Jackson Kusion, Joshua Kusion, Josh Kusion, Johnathan Kusion, Jacob Kusion, Jeremy Kusion, Jack Kusion, Jimmy Kusion, Jonas Kusion, Jessie Kusion, Jeffery Kusion, Josiah Kusion, Jeremiah Kusion, Jason Kusion, and Caution AsianDrivers Ahead made Uedama a nicer place to gank.

Mylez Teg is one of countless hauler pilots who have abandoned freighters in favor of using the less-conspicuous Deep Space Transport class to move their expensive cargoes. Only one problem: Our Agents see everything. There is no escaping the Code. Agents Narl' Amhar, Votre Dieu, Astrid Tyrfing, and Rungerd and their Tornado gangs have, in fact, been targeting ships just like this.

Johnathan Stewart is on a dark road. Today it's a blingy Covetor. Tomorrow--blingy Mackinaws, blingy Hulks? Agents Minx Mattel and Lewak believe in Johnathan. They want him to have a bright future. But for that to happen, Johnathan needs to learn what happens to blingy Covetors. They go boom. They always go boom. Always!


  1. the code keeps on winning, always!

  2. Wow! Who takes a cheap hull and slaps on 30 times its value in bling, but ignores the rigs and doesn't fit a stitch of tank? Someone who doesn't have a ship anymore.

    1. I see that often around here.

      Transporting your skill injectors in an unfitted battleship, now that's a rare sight.

      I'd love to know the story behind that one, but I was often advised against trying to follow the thought-process of a miner.

  3. Don't fly what you can't afford to replace.

    A permit is the key.

  4. Amazing kills agents! Agents Lewak and Minx strike again!

    Praise James! \o/

  5. CODE - Connecting people


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