One of the most disappointing things about Code violators is that they're not nearly as cool as they ought to be.
Hecate pilot Han Sollow inexplicably went AFK near a highsec asteroid belt, forcing Agent Revis Owen to gank him.
To Agent Revis' disappointment, the carebear's bio sucked. On the other hand, Han belonged to a corporation called Forced Content, which hinted at a healthier philosophy about EVE.
Our Agent (whose bio, in contrast to Han's, was excellent) had high hopes for Han. Maybe the carebear would wish our Agent well, apologize, offer a sincere "gf", and buy a permit?
Revis' heart ached when he saw that Han merely uttered an empty threat like any other bot-aspirant miner in highsec.
As disillusioned as Revis was, Han insisted that he was for real. He would make good on his threat in a hurry.
Our Agent expressed his disappointment in Han's failure. Rather than being inspired to implement positive changes in his life, Han actually grew more angry.
Agent Revis was no longer an optimist where Han was concerned; he saw everything clearly. Yet Han continued to put up a false front.
In speaking with bot-aspirants, our Agents "meet them where they are". On the other hand, our Agents are also firmly grounded in facts, truth, and reality. This necessarily creates a divide between Agent and miner.
And people say highsec is easy.
Slowly but surely, Revis pulled on the threads of Han's cocoon of denial. He forced the carebear to admit he had been defeated. This is an important process, because otherwise gank recipients like Han end up writing anonymous comments to the effect of "Code has never ganked me and never will!"
Revis scored yet another victory against Han, easily eliciting a full and complete confession from the Code violator.
After their final exchange, Han recoiled from the light of truth and scattered into the darkness like an absolute Goofus. Still, Agent Revis knew that if there was any hope for Han at all, he'd helped the bot-aspirant take his first step toward compliance. Never again could Han go AFK without first contemplating the possibility that Revis would return. Our Agent changed Han's life for the better!
He talks tough, and yet he managed to lose a Mach to a battlecruiser rat.ReplyDelete
CODE has never killed me and they never will.ReplyDelete
Calm down beta male miner, we know why you come here.Delete
i don't think I sounded like that did I? I mean Even I know not to go AFK....Delete
PvP virgins, much like other kinds of virgins, often build up unrealistic and unhealthy expectations of what the real thing should be like. Sometimes it's messy and hard on the eyes, but it's still great fun for those involved!Delete
I'm assuming Forced Content is a PvP corp that operates on the understand that good fights don't require consent. This carebear was clearly recruited in error.ReplyDelete
where does william have all the ISK from?ReplyDelete
william has a crush on aikoooDelete
from buying plex of course.. how else would I get isk? I mean they killed off the interstellar casino...Delete
William can you send me a billion ISK please.Delete
and what would I get in return?Delete
remember my motto's.
refer to #2
is it because I gave Aiko a fully fitted Kiki?Delete