Some people play EVE to escape reality. That's fine--people escape reality all the time. However...
...No one can escape the Code. Welcome to another edition of the Highsec Miner Grab Bag!
Our Agents were curious about Lord Keith Tivianne's decision to mine without a permit. He was an expert at changing the subject, but our Agents aren't easily distracted.
Agent Lewak name-dropped the Saviour of Highsec. Would the miner out himself as a Goofus?
"Shitty hell face"?
Some say that new players should never be ganked. How do "new players" really react to being ganked? Let's find out:
Ganking improves player retention because it introduces players to PvP. Imagine the horrors of abandoning an innocent newbie to EVE's PvE "content". That's what makes them quit.
On the other hand, bad players react badly--even to being ganked.
In fact, bad players get angry when they see someone else playing well. It's as if bad players avoid fun and hate to see others having fun. Anti-Code is anti-fun.
I guess another 60-man fleet got lost on the way to highsec.
The New Order doesn't merely "pretend that something can"; we know that something can. The Code makes it possible!
It looks like someone took a long break from EVE and recently returned. FYI, mining permits are still being sold for just 10 million isk.