Saturday, September 28, 2019
Highsec Miner Grab Bag #193
What a happy, tear-free miner. It must mean we're due for another edition of the Highsec Miner Grab Bag!
Unlicensed miner Debbie Mclachlan claims gankers have sent EVE into a death spiral. I thought everyone was blaming WoW Classic?
Anti-Code resistance movements are like soap bubbles. They tend to disappear after a few seconds.
Miyamoto SanKawa made an especially poor case for reimbursement of his lost ship...
...But at least it was a memorable one.
More evidence of the criminality of the bot-aspirants: Our Agents shouldn't have to ask for permit money.
We don't yet have a Japanese translation of the Code, but it looks like Japanese miners are still able to find the Phantom Provision somewhere.
Sometimes anti-Code carebears, when protected by anonymity on Reddit or in the comments, claim that they've been mining for years without ever seeing a member of the mighty CODE. alliance...
...The truth is that anyone without a permit is likely to be ganked early and often.
If you don't feel like using Google Translate, a friendly nudge is usually enough to help a miner speak your language. After all, an Agent of the New Order always holds all the cards.
...But that's only the first step.
Agent Aiko Danuja's remark: "I am a princess, you must obey me, my word is law." Such a proclamation is enough to hold the attention of even the most disengaged miners.
Miners pretend to care about CCP's subscription revenues, but the truth is that carebears are a vindictive breed. They have no concern for CCP's financial state at all. Why, they'd rather watch Iceland sink into the ocean than pay a ganker 10 million isk! Heartless creatures.