Greedy Goblin

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Weekend minipost: wars

In-game higsec wars came to the API system and appeared on the killboard. I used this as an opportunity to list the wars of The Marmite Collective against the evil and its minions in New Eden. As you probably know, I pay for these wars as part of the GRR project, a charity activity for the noble cause of cleansing evil from New Eden. The list of wars is great way to cheer you up when you are down. Just look at the long green list and you just won't stop smiling.


Anonymous said...

As an ex iwhip member you hit the nail on the head with that description. Leadership tells you that sucking goon toes is better for the corp but it honestly killed it.

Anonymous said...

iwhip has the best participation per member in the cfc, with absolutely no requirement to do anything related to the cfc or goons. Go back to reddit kristall

Calligular said...

Gevlon, what do you think would happen if Goons and the rest of the CFC turned on you properly?

Druur Monakh said...

"I can't imagine more despicable act from a PvE player than renting from the evil "

But isn't that called having good business sense? You do what you think you need to do in order to make best profit, while leaving the pearl-clutching to the socials.

Gevlon said...

@Druur: it would be OK if there wouldn't be another renting options.

@Calligular: the same thing what happened when they hellcamped the NPC station of MoA: nothing.

Drej said...

Aegis were in a fun position. They were Init renters that were only local blue, not CFC blue. One of our favorite things to do was to shoot PBLRD idiots flying stuff through. Then our alliance leader's internet died and everyone quit because there was no more content. Aegis right now is something like 5 people that get on maybe once a month, you're probably safe to drop that war if you want.

That said, I'm the idiot that lost the hauler full of fuel, I'd forgotten that the war had changed from Lemmings to Marmite and was actually dangerous to me at that point.