In the most recent Kills of the Week post, Aeryn was featured for losing a 1.7 billion isk Hulk.
Aeryn's no stranger to the Code. On multiple occasions, she has been punished for violating it--despite occasionally owning a mining permit. Aeryn and her corp, the ignominious dontcare Corporation, were the subject of the Carebear Don't Care series.
Apparently she's a big deal in dontcare Corporation. Whoever's in charge of issuing medals for that corp obviously doesn't know this guy:
Most trustworthy person I know.
Aeryn Hanaya > im trying to mine as fast as i can because i got only 3 to 4 hours a day to play if im luckyIn case you don't feel like brushing up on the previous Aeryn material, let's just say she's a "problem" miner.
Lewak > you should not mine for 4 hours
Aeryn Hanaya > you are beeng stupid right now
Aeryn Hanaya > i like mining its make me calm
Aeryn Hanaya > and im on drugs to calm mysef
Aeryn Hanaya > actualy you broke several points...And a member of the "you don't follow your own Code" school.
Aeryn Hanaya > and it will be reported
Larsulrik Napsterbane > such as?
Aeryn Hanaya > YOU want me to explayne ???? are you a member of the CODE or what ?
Anyway, when Aeryn lost her 1.7 billion isk Hulk, she found a sympathetic ear in the form of Agent Aiko Danuja.
Aeryn couldn't put her finger on it, but there was something about Aiko that she liked. She was easy to talk to. But then Aeryn discovered that Aiko believed in the Code.
Then again, Aeryn was a highsec miner. Who else was she going to talk to, other than a Code enforcer?
Aiko's strategy of rapport-building with the miner paid off. Aeryn began to confess her previously unknown crimes.
As the conversation/interrogation progressed, Aeryn's inner space lawyer was itching to come out. It was only a matter of time.
To be continued...