Another huge series of victories for the New Order!
Daltzi, who already owned quite a few shares, decided to upgrade his holdings by purchasing an additional 5,000 shares. A wise decision--one that took us past the 1,820, 1,821, 1,822, 1,823, and 1,824 billion isk marks. Daltzi earned a coveted Quintuple Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™.
Aiko Danuja, too, added to her holdings; she purchased 182 shares, which was enough to bring us to the 1,825 billion isk mark. Aiko earned an "ordinary"--but no less coveted--Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™ of her own.
What is this, an early edition of the Highsec Miner Grab Bag?
KhanKeal Malchavian invited Agent Salah ad-Din al-Jawahiri to a private conversation. The purpose of said convo was apparently to violate the EULA as many times as possible.
However, KhanKeal wasn't satisfied, because there was another ganker on his lossmail. So even as he was speaking with Agent Salah, KhanKeal invited the other ganker to a separate convo.
...That conversation didn't go any better, I'm afraid.
What prompted all of this nonsense? The loss of KhanKeal's 45 million isk Covetor.
I think it's safe to say that KhanKeal is a bit of a Goofus.
If those words came from a ganker, the ganker would be permabanned in a heartbeat. Since it was a hisec miner, he will probably get a free 60 days of Omega time.ReplyDelete
I'm shocked by what I saw in those convos. I can't believe that someone could be so insane and hateful as to go on a video game and gank a Covetor.Delete
Well you better fuckin brace yourself for what i am going to do this weekend.Delete
People like to think of Gankers and New Order Agents as the bad guys, but it is miners and anti-gankers that always spew this drivel.Delete
I fundamentally cannot understand how anyone can get so enraged about a dang video game.ReplyDelete
Or about anything at all, for that matter.
I never get tired of reading these post elite pvp surveys.Delete
How bad is mining in this game.
The mercoxit rig isn't useful in highsec.ReplyDelete
This is proof that the miner has powerful friends in null. You have ganked the wrong miner now. Prepare for nullsec wrath.Delete
If only there was a way to confront the person who spews such hateful, vulgar words.ReplyDelete
What would the corpmates think? What would his or her friends think? Is this normal behaviour? Aren't these gobloks at least one bit ashamed for this disgusting display of their character?
What is truly sad is that some of these miners can't even separate the game from real life and they end up taking their frustrations out on other people. I seem to remember a certain anti-ganking moderator who got so mad that people were shooting space-ships in this space-ship shooting game, that he killed his infant child and then killed himself (IRL).Delete
miners: You need to seek help before things get this bad!
Don't worry. With an inner monologue like that, this miner no doubt has more trouble IRL than he has in-game. That's why these miners are so insistent on their need to "relax".Delete
Salah ad-Din al-Jawahiri stayed strong as the miner spewed his evil into the chatbox. If it were not for Salah ad-Din al-Jawahiri's dedication to the powerful word of "The Code", I highly doubt he would have maintained his composure. You are an example for all! Praise James for showing us the path!ReplyDelete