Previously, on MinerBumping... Betrayal! aiva naali aka FighterJets GuitarSolo 1000Years was horrified by the news that the existence of his ultra-classified "nullsec internet" had been leaked to some Imperium bureaucrats.
The nullsec internet wasn't the only secret that had slipped from aiva's grasp. MinerBumping had just published Part 45 of The Best Revenge series--and it identified FighterJets GuitarSolo 1000Years by name! aiva's council instructed him to go to Jita and prepare to biomass the character.
Unexpectedly, aiva had grown attached to the FJGS1KY character. But for security reasons, it had to go. Along with his trusted council members, aiva went on a goodbye tour of highsec.
Although his cover identity was burned, aiva himself was still very much alive. He simply needed to create a new character under which he could continue his operations.
aiva's council helped him pick out the name.
The transition was a difficult one. aiva struggled to make regular payments into his titan fund. From time to time, he called in sick.
As the coronavirus pandemic swept the globe, aiva's council sought aiva's advice on the matter. Perhaps they could harness aiva's supercomputer of a brain to develop a cure. Then the Imperium would have a decisive advantage over its rivals.
Initially, aiva dismissed the notion of using magnets to destroy the virus. But the more he thought about it, the more the idea intrigued him.
Unfortunately, aiva's mom said no.
Fortunately, aiva himself was likely immune to the coronavirus. It was one of his many superpowers.
Dear reader, kindly forget anything aiva might have previously said about his IQ.
People give aiva a lot of nicknames, but the rule is that any nickname must relate to some outstanding achievement of aiva's. Don't go calling him "fart face" or anything like that.
Even when aiva wasn't feeling up to a task, his council encouraged him. They were his biggest cheerleaders.
Nevertheless, in aiva's mind, the virus-killing supper magnet was dead on arrival. He was simply too polite to say it outright.
140 never surrendered; he merely switched gears. And he had an almost infinite number of gears.
To be continued...