Previously, on MinerBumping... Firmly ensconced in his armchair, aiva naali took command of all the military forces of the Imperium. He outlined his plans to destroy Pandemic Horde, but he did not direct the Imperium's fleets in person. Instead, he left it to Agent Aiko Danuja to keep him updated on events. And aiva updated the Saviour of Highsec.
We now return to aiva's update, already in progress.
Always a miner first, aiva focused on Pandemic Horde's industrial capacity. He aimed to dismantle PH industry piece by piece. His latest secret weapon: the "trafic warden".
aiva had plenty of other tricks up his sleeve, too. Yet another secret weapon, simply code-named "the bee", would be instrumental to the Imperium's success. However, aiva feared revealing any details about the bee via EVEmail. It was possible that PH had hacked into the EVE network and was reading his private messages.
aiva was extremely optimistic about the future. One reason for that was his new Rorqual.
Oh, and some stuff about Phoenixes. But let us return to the wonderful Rorqual.
Ever since aiva's biomassed former character lost a fail-fit Rorqual in lowsec, aiva dreamed of getting himself back into a Rorqual.
But the road to Rorqual ownership would not be an easy one. Rorquals do not grow on trees.
Luckily for aiva, he had some friends who were willing to help him attain Rorqual ownership.
Nevertheless, even friends must get paid. Goon security checks aren't inexpensive.
aiva often found himself being forced to summon his legendary persistence. 'Twas the only way forward.
No matter what happened, aiva always managed to land on his feet; there would always be at least one ship left in his hangar. For instance, at one point, all aiva had was a Charon.
As I said, he had a Charon.
To be continued...
I really, really look forward to the inevitable puppetmaster defence. How much has aiva given away or lost as part of the scam at this point? 10 billion?ReplyDelete
more than that, closer to 20b by my count, charon, orca, 8 skill injectors, plus isk.Delete
Someone, somewhere, should be monitoring that dude, IRL. There's no way he can survive on his own. This is all his caretaker's fault.ReplyDelete
Made up storyReplyDelete
Don't underestimate highsec miners, friend.Delete
Can't wait for the day star citizen is playable enough where you can board another ship, blow a hole in it and assassinate the crew in the name of James 315.ReplyDelete
Wait.....is it finally a game now or still a tech demo?Delete
I always thought it was a scam, I remember that damn Wing Commander movie, Roberts!!
I'm pretty sure EvE 2 will release sooner.Delete
Your living eve 2 now.Delete
Eve 2: carebear themepark.
Are you a part-time or full-time dickhead?ReplyDelete
If you haven't already you should consider going full-time as you have a natural aptitude for it.
Lol, triggered anonshitter best shitter!ReplyDelete
That's the kind of ISK making I like! Why bother with boring PVE ISK farming, when people give it away? Let's face it, Hilmar didn't put much effort into the pve aspect, he knew the real draw was the potential of the PVP Sandbox.ReplyDelete
If EVE was dying all those years, it was because he let a few carebear gm's have too much imput. When highsec was still the wild west, EVE was growing, things were happening in all areas of the game because there were very little rules. Then the risk-adverse carebears moved in. A group that wants to be subjugated. Not a spark of brilliance in the whole lot.
Until the the Agent arrives!
It's miner with E, not an O or a Y. Always!ReplyDelete
Why so salty miner?ReplyDelete