Yashiro Yamamoto watched as his former CEO floundered in the debate.
The carebear CEO took a big risk by asking Agent Aiko a bunch of questions to which Moetel didn't know the answer. Aiko's responses only served to show that the Code enforcement process was reasonable and fair.
Moetel couldn't allow the conversation to continue like this. It was time to go on the offensive.
Moetel Soikutsu > Ok, here's the problemLike so many others of her ilk, Moetel pretended that the reason miners didn't own permits was because they didn't know about the Code.
Moetel Soikutsu > No warnings.
Aiko Danuja > You've been warned, have you not?
Moetel Soikutsu > I am now. But what about those who aren't?
Aiko Danuja > Who hasn't been warned? I will warn them right now.
Moetel Soikutsu > Remember, i'm not talking for myselfUnfortunately for Moetel, Aiko had trapped her in a thought experiment about what Moetel would do if she ran the mighty CODE. alliance. The miner would be confronted with the consequences of her ideas.
Moetel Soikutsu > Well, let's continue, as CODE CEO, i'll change the engagment rules.
Yashiro Yamamoto > i think he tell you about the new players like me in my first time gank ^^
Moetel Soikutsu > (let's say I keep the permit active)
Despite being an elite PvP'er and possessing personal qualities entirely opposite to those of a bot-aspirant miner, Agent Aiko had encountered enough enemies of the Code to know how to convincingly portray one.
Moetel Soikutsu > Explain him why he should get a permit, the costs and benefitsMoetel tried to reason with the fictional (but eerily accurate) miner. But unfortunately for Moetel, rebellious miners are characteristically unreasonable.
Aiko Danuja > FUCK YOU MOETEL 315 YOU CANT STOP ME FROM MINING
Yashiro Yamamoto > so true x)
Moetel Soikutsu > Tell him that if he has no permit, the next time his cargo will be confiscated (orange standing him if he refuse to get a permit)
Aiko Danuja > THE NEXT TIME? HAH, I WILL GO MINE SOMEWHERE ELSE< YOULL NEVER FIND ME HAHAHAHA
Moetel Soikutsu > Close the conversation and orange standing him.It seemed as though Moetel's big idea was to create some sort of universal "Not Orange Don't Shoot" scheme for highsec.
Moetel Soikutsu > Next time you find him, you'll see he has been proposed the permit and refused it (standing)
Aiko Danuja > So you want James to personally set every bad miner orange?
Aiko Danuja > All hundred thousand of them?
Aiko Danuja > He has to personally contact each and every miner in the galaxy, and waste hours and hours and months managing a contact list of every player in the game?
Aiko Danuja > Ok, let's try that scenarioSo far, Moetel remained confident that her proposals would hold up to the scrutiny of Aiko's simulated Goblok.
Aiko Danuja > So I'm the miner u warned before and I'm mining
Aiko Danuja > "what are u gonna do? u gonna gank me?"
Moetel Soikutsu > Contacting him, explaining that's the second time he mines without a permit, it's his last chance to buy it before having his cargo seized. If he try to flee, attack.
Yashiro Yamamoto > you are realy so friendly...
Moetel's repeated warnings and standings spam failed to move the hypothetical miner. Time to pull the trigger?
The carebear CEO authorized action, only to find herself right back where she started!
In a matter of minutes, Moetel's version of CODE. found itself strangled by red tape and layers of bureaucracy. But Moetel was determined to find a way to win the argument and prove herself the superior Saviour of Highsec.
To be continued...