Thursday, March 19, 2020

Deathbed Conversion, Part 2

Previously, on MinerBumping... Unlicensed Orca pilot Leo Attora lost his blingy mining drones while AFK. Sensing that his Orca was in danger of suffering the same fate as his drones, he expressed a sudden interest in buying a mining permit.


While Agent Jenny Melons made arrangements to sell a mining permit to Leo, awful doubts began to creep into the miner's mind. Jenny did not hide anything from Leo; it was absolutely true that the mighty CODE. alliance was constantly slaughtering unlicensed miners.


Perhaps Leo felt he was a bit safer than the average miner, since he was in an Orca and not a thinly tanked Retriever. If so, hearing our Agents talk about their firepower should have reminded him that no Code violator is safe.


Leo was required to meet up with our Agents and submit his unlicensed ship for inspection.


Once again, Leo was stricken with fear and doubt. Needless to say, he did not have a ton of faith.


...On the other hand, Leo's apprehensions did not inspire action on his part. He meekly obeyed instructions--trembling all the while.


Just then, the inspection fleet arrived. The "deep" inspection fleet:


A Talos squad can inspect deeply indeed.


Within seconds of being deeply inspected, Leo's unlicensed, untanked, jammer-fit Orca was completely destroyed.


The results were in: The Orca was found not to be in full compliance with the Code. So Leo was punished for it.


Leo was astonished by what had happened. He'd assumed that he was going to hand over a small amount of isk and be on his merry way. In shock, he had no idea how to respond.


Meanwhile, the Hek system lit up with the news of the Orca gank. Leo's own corpmate, Prophet of Kek, condemned him in local for losing the ship.


The local miners had no sympathy for Leo's plight. Indeed, they assumed he was AFK. But, as we know, Leo was at his keyboard and preparing to purchase a mining permit. Was he as guilty as he looked--or was his journey toward Code-compliance cut short? What happened in the next few moments would reveal everything.

To be continued...

10 comments:

  1. Oh my, there is more?
    What more can follow this than the miner purchasing his permits, and everyone departing happily?

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    1. Ha! The best is yet to come friend. If you are bored you could always start from post one. There is plenty of great content here, if you're not too salty to appreciate it.

      You are either new here, or just not very smart. Or both (we call that a 'williegreer')

      Your carebear is showing, willietheboredpedo.

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    2. I have read them all. That's why I don't understand how the miners still didn't learn their most basic lessons!

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    3. When it comes to highsec or carebears, always bet on stupid.

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  2. There is no such thing as a "peaceful" Orca.

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    1. Of a peaceful orca pilot. Carebears are not only vile shitters, they are violent as well. Such a nasty lot, no wonder that's where you find people like williethepedo.

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  3. Highsec miners are sheep.

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  4. Lol that was a pretty "deep" inspection. And the gankers didn't even have to go out of their way to blap the miner! He brought the target to them. Maybe a new trend starting here?!? Just imagine a line of orcas lining up in Hek VIII-1 for their deep inspections lul


    Still not as stupid as that convicted pedophile and valor stealing inbred tactical retard william 'dude where did I park my trailer' greer of pearl river loseriana!

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  5. A ship was killed but the rest is fake. Think WWE but with ships.

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    1. I guess you won't mind linking your proof?

      Yea, that's what we thought. Just another salty carebear who is totally not mad, you are just posting here as a public service right?

      Do you realize what this community thinks of your opinion? ;)

      willietueboredpedo is bored.

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