Sunday, March 1, 2020

Kills of the Week


"Great value"? Not if our Agents are forced to take your stuff away because you violated the Code. Wallet warrior at your own risk. Otherwise you'll merely be paying RL money to end up like these bot-aspirants from the week of February 23rd @ 00:00 EVEtime through February 29th @ 23:59 EVEtime...



If you want to lose 7.7 billion isk in Uedama, you can do it in a number of ways. You can autopilot a freighter, for example, or you can fly a ship with purple mods. Vickia Galantis chose the latter option. As for our Agents, they chose the Code. Agents Nick Moiseenko, Jason Kusion, Justin Kusion, Jayson Kusion, Jackson Kusion, Jake Kusion, Joel Kusion, Joseph Kusion, Jayden Kusion, Johnathan Kusion, Jeremiah Kusion, Josh Kusion, Joshua Kusion, Jeremy Kusion, Jacob Kusion, Jeffery Kusion, Jonas Kusion, and Thomas the Embezzler chose the better option.



Maxona Cannus didn't have any purple mods, I suppose, so she decided to throw away a freighter. Uedama accepted her donation of 37 billion isk. Agents Justin Kusion, Jason Kusion, Jayson Kusion, Jake Kusion, Joel Kusion, Jeremiah Kusion, Joseph Kusion, Johnathan Kusion, Jackson Kusion, Jayden Kusion, Joshua Kusion, Josh Kusion, Jacob Kusion, Jonas Kusion, Jeffery Kusion, Jeremy Kusion, Jessie Kusion, Jack Kusion, Jimmy Kusion, Josiah Kusion, and iPreferPads demonstrated yet again why the Kusion family is not to be disrespected. Uedama is Code country.



On occasion, some of our Agents enjoy going to lowsec for target practice. Agents Cautiously Optimistic and Depressed and Aroused had an excellent degree of accuracy with their Machariels' smartbombs. Area-of-effect weapons are good for that sort of thing. Cosmicjhor got caught when she sent her fragile frigate into their smartbomby crossfire. The frigate was carrying 7 billion isk worth of cargo at the time. Whoops!



Bot-aspirant carebears think they can buy their way to power and victory. Not so. EVE is not about ships and bling; it's the pilot that counts. Selena Leon had a tech III cruiser; Agent Magalaus Shardani had a mining ship. Guess who won? The pilot who knew the Code. As always.



CptEugene MJO had a mining ship of his own--worth nearly a billion isk! Yet he was not able to PvP with it effectively. He lost his battle with Agents Ralliana and Lewak. Again, the common factor in these battles was that the Code enforcers won. Draw your own conclusions.



It still amazes me that people like Vasya vasichkin are willing to put implants worth billions of isk at risk with nothing but a naked pod as protection. Agent Aaaarrgg can sniff out an expensive pod from half a region away--though this skill usually isn't necessary, since crazy carebears keep going to Niarja and its neighboring systems.


According to our Agent, Vasya went AFK and left his 4.3 billion isk pod sitting on the Niarja gate. Pop! Even a carebear would have to admit that Vasya got what he deserved.

4 comments:

  1. The Astero kill earned Cautiously a medal. Good work, Agent!

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  2. Coonrona virus: what you get when multiple generations of williepedoKlan spend years inbreeding and wallowing in their own filth in a trailer park down by the pearl river, loseriana! ;)

    CDC says you should wash them with fire for 20 minutes to insure sterilization

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  3. Why are Golems allowed in highsec? Why are any hulls larger than a cruiser allowed in cowardland? It's highsec, by EVE standards just being in highsec should incur high penalties.

    What ever hapoened to risk vs reward? EVE had more active players when highsec had risk.

    Maybe CCPearl Abyss should delete highsec, and make those highsec wallet warriors spend even more money. Or just tax every transaction according to what the system sec status is. Start with 99% tax in a 1.0 and let it drop until it's 0% in true null.

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  4. Good job Agents! The fate of EVE rests in your ability to bring justice to the evil highsec carebear bot-aspirants. Without Agents to punish highsec evildoers, EVE would quickly become a shithole theme park, overpopulated with afk mining cowards.

    Remember, ganking them is not enough. They need to be shown that EVE is not for carebears. If allowed to overpopulate, highsec carebears will destroy the economy, and spirit, of EVE. However, if they all quit there will be no one to beg for "one more nerf", and EVE will remain the best PVP sandbox MMORPG out there.

    Highsec miners need to be ganked until they leave highsec, or the game. Either way the Code wins, and when the Code wins, EvE wins!

    Always!

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