Monday, March 16, 2020

The Best Revenge, Part 48

Previously, on MinerBumping... aiva naali, re-rolled as FighterJets GuitarSolo 1000Years, regained his confidence in his council and resumed his duties as Lead Strategist of the Imperium.


With some help and encouragement from his council, aiva created a new corporation, Mission Ready Mining RELOADED. aiva's colleagues assured him that corp's name evoked a strong, proud history. Under aiva's leadership, the corp would hopefully grow into EVE's new colossus.


Mission Ready Mining RELOADED was, like its sole member, stuck in highsec. Yet aiva's thoughts always returned to nullsec and the things of nullsec.


aiva wished to mine his heart out in nullsec. Sadly, as his council had to keep reminding him, he did not yet have access to Goon space. He would need to continue mining in highsec.


aiva wasn't the only one who took the occasional trip to Jita. While there, Agent Aiko Danuja was contacted by an old friend: Ulukamuk Shimaya. It was he who had sold intel to aiva--accusing the council of scamming aiva.


aiva had purchased the intel about the "scam" by giving Ulukamuk some of his assets. Now, for whatever reason, Ulukamuk handed over the assets to a member of aiva's council.


And with that, the mysterious information broker departed the scene. aiva and his council would move forward with their important work, free from interference.


By all accounts, the Imperium was a powerful organization. However, it was not yet powerful enough for aiva. He dreamed of a day when the Imperium would rule all of nullsec instead of resting on its laurels in the southwest. To achieve what aiva had in mind, the Imperium's fleets would need to be restructured from the ground up.


aiva had been brainstorming new ways to divide the Imperium's fleets and train its fleet commanders. This would give the coalition an edge in the endless war against Pandemic Horde.


Though he believed in his ideas, aiva was flexible. If he had to set one of his plans aside, so what? It wasn't like he was ever going to run out of ideas.


To be sure, some of aiva's ideas were radical--especially his notion of an Experimental Fleet Commander, who would lead mining, ratting, and combat ops simultaneously.


aiva proudly presented his alphabet soup to the council and told them to pass it up the chain. But aiva wasn't done yet. Not by a long shot.


It was time to unveil aiva's greatest invention yet: The Five Crowns.

To be continued...

22 comments:

  1. Please tell me this isn't real. Its really someone just pretending to be running the Imperium from high sec.

    I need more Aiva

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  2. "alphabet soup"

    Holy hell that miner needs help.

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  3. the efc spoke to the mfc while the ofc spoke to the xfc and the arvn gfc was engaged against the nva yfc on the dmz defined by the osfc and then the nlfcxc of the afc at the nsa spoke to the xo of the hsa while the ceo of the dhs said, "Let's give this kid a job at the dod!"

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    1. That sounds like a Robin Williams bit

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    2. "seeing as how the VP is such a VIP shouldn't we keep the PC on th QT because if it leaks to the VC he could end up MIA then we'd all be put on KP"

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  4. To be sure, some of aiva's ideas were radical--especially his notion of an Experimental Fleet Commander, who would lead mining, ratting, and combat ops simultaneously.

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  5. I don't think he paid enough for this.

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    1. Well hell, it's not over yet

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  6. i may be shit at spelling but so long as my message got across it is irreverent

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    1. Irrelevant*

      Much like your opinion.

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    2. glad I'm not willie!March 17, 2020 at 3:20 AM

      Still... smarter than that inbred tactical retard and convicted serial kiddie piddler william 'stolen valor' greer of pearl river loseriana!

      ;)

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    3. What message? Hell, every "doctrine" he comes up with more outlandish than the last. What exactly is the point here?

      So far it's been 48 installments of him jabbering on and on like an oblivious idiot. He's standing on the rails, there's a horn and light approaching, the ground is vibrating, but he never suspects a train...

      And he's still smarter than William Greer.

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  7. This shit is better than any K-drama series I've ever seen.
    Somebody call Seoul..>:)

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  8. Medium fleets from 250 to 750 pilots.
    Large fleets from 1000 to 1500 pilots.
    Main fleets from 2000 to 3000 pilots.
    Streamers throughout the fleet for "eyes".

    This dude's never even heard of TIDI much less experienced it. Who needs streamers for eyes when you have time to make dinner while your cruisers try to lock enemy fast tackle, and half YOUR fast tackle is busy trying to kill pods!
    Frankly he sounds like the perfect Goon leader to smash PH.

    Where do I sign up?!?!?

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  9. At some point you folks are going to be too bored to keep logging in and doing this go-round.

    You're even starting to burn out on the C&P forums.
    It was a good run, and you pissed a lot of people off. That's a worthy thing, if you're into that.

    But god this is getting boring. Aren't you all bored yet?

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    1. Does it hurt when you try to 'troll'? Does it give you headaches?

      If your I.Q. were much, much higher you could understand the complexity of this type of meta. I guess you'll just have to settle for being bored, while the rest of us laugh.

      Don't worry friend, we are laughing WITH you, not at you. Even if you've forgotten to laugh.

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  10. See this is the problem. Your corporation is mindlessly addicted to causing internet drama, that you see anything that your side didn't personally type as "trolling". (And that's not counting the open secret that a number of you pose as "butthurt casuals" in order to continue the drama.

    Because you're *desperate* for it to *be* trolling.

    It isn't.

    This website has been going "strong" for many years now. (If that's what you want to call it. Feel free.) But this endless uploading of 50-page "odysseys" about how you blew up the ill-fit noob, and then laughed about it...

    And the half a dozen threads about the same topic...

    And the need to try to get emotional reactions out of it..


    Seriously? You're going to honestly tell me *none* of that is getting even slightly boring?

    You know, even MAD magazine went out of popularity eventually. And their editors and audience weren't slavering at the mouth, hoping against hope for more outrage porn.

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    1. How can a miner complain about content yet continue to come here daily?

      Just don't click the bookmark.

      Miners are like pensioners at a poker machine in a pub at 7am. Too dumb to exercise self control.

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  11. nah, we aren't bored, it's only dumb miners like you who seem to have an issue with this

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  12. every genius is called an idiot up until the point they die irl

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    1. Staph, one of those shitters will shardani for sure lol

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