Previously, on MinerBumping... A new threat appeared in highsec: anaCheeya ANARKY, the self-described "kingpin" of crime. But when anaCheeya's Orca was ganked by a large fleet of Catalysts, the kingpin decided he had no choice but to go straight. Mining permit in hand, anaCheeya prepared to set out on a new adventure.
anaCheeya's Orca had contained everything the miner owned. For some reason, he insisted on carrying everything around with him wherever he went.
As we saw previously, anaCheeya compiled some chat logs and sent a message to the Saviour of Highsec, apparently hoping for reimbursement. So far, the answer was silence.
anaCheeya was eager to get his stuff back. Naturally, he went to the New Order for help.
Since the creation of his null sec nomads corporation earlier that day, anaCheeya embraced his new identity--minus the "nullsec" part.
It is time to find out more about these "nomads". For that, we must refer to the corp's description. anaCheeya described himself as the leader of the gang, which, for the moment, consisted exclusively of himself.
But the corp description went on:
Unlike the typical "do everything/nothing" corps that one finds in highsec, anaCheeya had a grand vision for his corp. And it was bold. To begin with, rather than going to the trouble of conquering and defending space, anaCheeya's corp would enjoy the use of everyone else's space.
According to anaCheeya, his corp posed no threat to anyone. He and his group would merely trespass at will and take resources from everyone else.
anaCheeya's nomads would be totally defenseless, juicy targets. However, he discouraged anyone from shooting them. More could be gained through trade.
The economics of anaCheeya's system weren't totally clear, but the nomads would accept fuel for the towers they planned set up on other people's territory.
For now, anaCheeya's dreams were just that--dreams. Agent Aiko Danuja wanted to help the ambitious miner. The first step was to put aside his hopes for reimbursement. The second step: proving his worth as a trader.
Aiko's friend Eva Erdmann participated in a series of trades with anaCheeya. The trading session went poorly, with anaCheeya suffering a net loss. But he gained something, too: Aiko and her friends provided anaCheeya with a seemingly foolproof plan to gain access to nullsec.
The journey would be a dangerous one.
To be continued...
So EVE has nomads like the Caravaneers in Stellaris? That's kinda cool, I'll try to find a lootbox and see what's inside.ReplyDelete
That's one cringe worthy corp description.ReplyDelete
And it appears he was trading skills in reverse?
This guy might be a legit retard, should we be laughing?
I guess you can't fight natural selection, nor should we.
Lol, Period Basis. He'll fit right in.ReplyDelete
This carebear is going places.
This is wonderful :DReplyDelete
Man , to go to null is easy. Just jump into wormholes, if your lucky the first one will pop you out into null. If not, you WILL eventually end up there.ReplyDelete
Or end up dead, nobody said shortcuts were safe....
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