Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The Best Revenge, Part 41

Previously, on MinerBumping...


For months, the misadventures of aiva naali had been documented on MinerBumping, EVE's finest news source. During that time, aiva had invested over 20 billion isk into a supercapital project--all the while running the Imperium. Or so it appeared.


Then, suddenly, aiva discovered the MinerBumping series, which was already on Part 19.


aiva didn't like surprises. He confronted his council with what he'd learned. Since their communications had been posted on MinerBumping, at least one of them must've been a leaker.


With this breach of trust, the future of the council was in serious doubt. Everything from the past few months had to be questioned.


aiva now knew that the Saviour of Highsec had eyes and ears everywhere. Which, admittedly, is something I have been telling people from the beginning. Total transparency.


Perhaps aiva's closest associate in the council was Agent Aiko Danuja. aiva knew that Aiko was also an Agent of the New Order--and therefore directly linked to the Saviour of Highsec. Could aiva even trust her anymore?


Despite the overwhelming weight of the evidence, Aiko insisted that all was well. There was no reason why anything had to change.


From aiva's point of view, though, things had changed. He could no longer speak freely about his secret weapons projects. Months of classified work had been posted on MinerBumping!


aiva and her council struggled mightily with the problem of how to move forward. But in the background lurked another important question: How did aiva come across the MinerBumping posts in the first place?


Earlier that day, aiva had been contacted out of the blue by a mysterious individual named Ulukamuk Shimaya. Within moments, aiva sensed that this was going to be a conversation of the cloak-and-dagger variety.


aiva was intrigued. He knew that intel was the most valuable commodity in EVE--and it wasn't for sale in Jita 4-4. The secrets of nullsec were bargained for in dimly-lit parking garages and private convos like this one.


The intel being offered wouldn't come cheaply. And for good reason: It would change aiva's life forever.

To be continued...

17 comments:

  1. how big is the picture?

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  2. Nice Woodward and Bernstein reference! ;)

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  3. William GreerFebruary 17, 2020 at 2:41 AM

    It was 1997, and the US Army was deep in that shitshow they call Veeitnam. Them North Korean panzers were rolling right through us like butter in a hot dish o scallops and shrimp, hoooiiieeee, but boy let me tell, I was a Dragon gunner, the best of the best, and when they slanteyed little Korean narcissistic dicklickin panzergrenadiers rolled on past I done followed them and BAM and BAM, I started ganking them one after the other. Got me 38 confirmed tank kills in World of Tanks.

    Wait, I mean when I was deployed to Japtown...
    Your all a bunch of dicklickers! Lol triggered!!

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  4. Wow. This might be the first time in EVE history that someone has paid isk for intel, and it turned out to be a great investment with a fantastic ROI. "ur being scammed bro"

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  5. So it went on even after he found out that he was being scammed? At that point any argument he had that he'd been mistreated is void.

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  6. Attention carebears:

    It's better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than speak and remove all doubt.

    I mean, just look at minergreer.

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  7. Pearl River LaundromatFebruary 18, 2020 at 10:28 PM

    Bring in your washables, and get em cleaned up. Trailer trash welcome, now offering daycare.

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    1. I'ma ping that shitter, time for more salt.

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    2. Can i buy some oxycontin while i wash my clothes?

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  8. SECRETARY AVASARALA IS PART OF THE OLD GUARD!

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    1. If you're not Old Guard, you're no guard.

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  10. I am going to predict the future. William will try not to post here for a little while. Anon will continue to post. Eventually, William will come back and cry, "You guys didn't keep the deal! You never stopped posting about me!!" At this point, we will remind him that spamming the website under his real name was HIS idea, and we all encouraged him to stop.

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    1. Yup, we gonna fuk with that retard until he admits defeat, and promises to never post here under his real name again.

      He BEGGED for this. At one point he was convinced that he was ddosi-ing us, and i think real ddos is illegal. So his intent was to commit criminal acts against this site. Even if he's too incompetent to pull it off. SO at this point he still needs to be taught not to attack this site, or the community that makes it great.

      He'll learn, it may take him longer than the average retard, but he'll still learn. Hell, we havent even started mailing his friends and family and neighbors their birthday cards with his comments from this site quoted inside. Perfectly legal, and effective.

      It takes a village...

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    2. William R. Greer is a cybercriminal from a trailer in Pearl River, who conducted an illegal DDOS attack against a website protected under the auspices of the Budapest Convention. His public shaming only started after he not only refused to stop his cyberbullying, but taunted and harassed us, daring us to tell him how we really feel. No sympathy.

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