Has any group in history made so much progress so quickly as the New Order of Highsec? I tend to doubt it.
Lyrialtus started the month off right with a purchase of an additional 1,000 shares. This took us past the 1,864 billion isk mark and earned him a Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™. He also enjoys the top position on the month's "Top Supporters" sidebar. For now.
Unlicensed highsec miners ask for a warning before being ganked. Here's one: Agents Lewak and Minx Mattel are hot on your heels.
Satan's DeathStalker indeed. I wonder if this gentleman chose his character name knowing that he'd wind up as an AFK Retriever pilot in highsec.
The name of the Saviour of Highsec has long served as a litmus test. Once again it proved to be highly accurate.
Satan's DeathStalker couldn't get over the fact that he'd been (rightly) accused of being a bot-aspirant. Repeatedly sending EVEmails to Agent Lewak didn't help--but the miner tried anyway.
The miner never observed any AFK mining because he was away from his keyboard at the time.
Lewak finally replied. Our Agent spoke sense, but Satan's DeathStalker wasn't interested in sense. Confronted with his crimes, the miner threatened to quit EVE forever. Could Lewak retain his subscription?
Unfortunately, Satan's DeathStalker was too deep in denial. If a miner truly wishes to improve at EVE, the first step is admitting that mining isn't "fun". The Code, on the other hand, is always a good time.
The Goofus ruined EVE for himself when he made PEACE a requirement. He should have taken Lewak up on his offer.ReplyDelete
"The miner never observed any AFK mining because he was away from his keyboard at the time."ReplyDelete
God damnit, James! That is at least 4 keyboards you owe me now. I spit out my beer reading this. FOUR!
Those who lose the least, cry the most.ReplyDelete
What a cunt of a miner.
Aww so much anger. Tell me where the newbie miners touched you ..ReplyDelete
I love to molest little children, but it's so hard to groom the right, so I created CODE to get my angst out.ReplyDelete