Thursday, May 7, 2020

Defender of the Newbies, Part 2

Previously, on MinerBumping... Lots of people talked about wanting to help new players, but the only people who actually did it were Agents of the New Order like Yucie Van Burean. On a routine patrol of the "rookie systems", Yucie was appalled to find long-time player Ads Ford hoarding all of the Veldspar in the system. So Yucie bumped him.


When Ads Ford realized that Agent Yucie was capable of preventing him from stealing ore from newbies, the miner flew into a rage.


On multiple occasions, Yucie invited the miner to buy a permit and move to a non-rookie system. It would have been so easy and so ethical, but Ads Ford refused.


For some reason, the miner took all of the self-loathing that he should've felt and directed it at Agent Yucie. He blamed her for catching him in the act of stealing ore in a rookie system.


Though Yucie was in the rookie system to protect new players, she also felt she could do something to benefit the non-rookies. Our Agent genuinely believed that she could rehabilitate Ads Ford.


Of course, for Ads to improve as an EVE player and as a person, he needed to give the Code a fair shake. If Ads put aside his petty nonsense and dealt with his anger management problem, Yucie's therapy would probably work wonders.


Strangely, the fact that Yucie wanted to help him--the fact at she was so obviously the good guy in the situation--only enraged the miner. He hated Yucie!


With one last refusal to purchase a mining permit, Ads left the system. But the miner wasn't finished with Yucie yet. As time went on, he sulked and stewed over what had happened. So he decided to send an EVEmail to our Agent and let her know how he felt.


Ads was still angry with Yucie. For whatever reason, he now censored his profanity with asterisks. But the substance of his EVEmails was still awful.


In his EVEmail rants, Ads attempted to defend his decision to mine Veldspar in the rookie systems. He failed to persuade our Agent, however. He couldn't even convince himself.


Yucie still hoped that she might be able to sell a permit to the miner, but Ads was pretty stubborn.


Finally, Ads revealed his new plan: He would continue to mine in rookie systems, but he'd make sure to play EVE only when Yucie was offline. Checkmate.


It was clear that Ads Ford had a long way to go before he was ready to join highsec society. But Yucie's faith was unshaken; she still believed in working toward the amelioration of the miner condition. Regardless, keeping someone like Ads Ford away from the newbies was definitely a good thing.

16 comments:

  1. Toxic miner Ads Ford needs to be kept away from the innocent noobs!

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  2. This is a perfect example of why Highsec miners must be destroyed without mercy. They are a disaster waiting to happen.

    Good work, Agent Yucie!

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  3. I seriously cannot understand how a miner can write like that and still think to himself, "yeah, I'm the good guy here, and I'm being unfairly victimised"

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  4. "I AM CALM! I'M FUCKING CALM!!!" - all the "calm" miners.


    Uuugh, miners are just shit. Why is mining even an option in EVE? All it does is attract shitters like shardani, belvar, foxbolt, seth, and WILLIAM GREER INBRED TACTICAL RETARD PEARL RIVER LOSERIANA!

    Who needs that? ;)

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  5. Hey Ads! Can I have your stuff?

    EVE's just not for your kind. Better luck in World of Themepark, ya ragey loser lul!

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  6. Holy shiiit that miner's calm!

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  7. hahaha precious CODE salt, i love it, ganker tears are the best

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    1. It's just williethepedo's alt trying to "troll". He's not too bright, but he tries hard....

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  8. Why do veteran players go to starter systems to mine? It is the digital equivalent of paedophilia.

    Rock spiders sitting at a pre school front gate.

    Glad that rock spider quit.

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  9. "I pay for this game, I have the right to play it how I want to" That's exactly how the Agents are playing their game. Exactly how they want to.

    The hypocrisy of hisec miners, and their inability to recognize it, is astounding. What is it with low I.Q. and the desire to mine in highsec? Why does EVE attract so many tantrum-throwing pearl river pedophiles?

    Alllll right! Who keeps recruiting highsec miners from the nambla forums!?!

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  10. I'd like to stop and analyze the phenomena of encouraging someone to commit suicide while censoring out the rude adjective because..

    No I don't want to think about it. I'm afraid trying to follow the thought-patterns of highsec miners would have an adverse effect on me.

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    1. Highsec miners just oooze hypocrisy. You'll hurt yourself trying to understand why a highsec miner acts like they do.

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  11. That miner needs to quit, like Shardani. Well, not quite like Shardani, remember miner is spelled with an E.

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  12. This is why I kill them over and over again.
    They ask why and I tell them "Because CCP said so."
    >:)

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