One thing I have noticed during my travels throughout highsec space is just how quiet it is, there could be over 100 people in local, and not a single word is uttered between those players. This makes me sad, so I like to encourage discourse where possible.
Sometimes, however, an MTU hunter can feel rather appreciated in the rare cases where people choose to speak up.
Here are those killmails for you:
Thank you for the kind words, Kathamar, it makes cleaning-up highsec feel much more worthwhile.
It’s always nice to receive a little recognition when I’m travelling around, thanks Stephanie! Eagle-eyed viewers might have spotted one PARTOK TOMPSON in the local list there, check out this post for more info.
Whilst making a quick pit-stop in Amarr for some Small Secure Containers, I was spotted in local by medsouz.
I will continue to spread my name throughout New Eden, thank you medsouz. If you’re a new reader, I spread my name throughout space by leaving containers at stargates, this activity is detailed in this post.
Thank you, Crni, I’m glad you think so!
Here we have an encounter with a fellow named Zima Surovaya, who immediately spoke-up in local after I blew up his MTU.
He first attempted to speak to me in French, but then immediately switched to Russian afterwards. Let us use an online translator to see what he had to say for himself!
French: bocoupe trouve77???0
Translates to: bocoupe found77 ??? 0
Hmm, I’m still none the wiser as to what he’s trying to say here..
Russian: лысая тупая бошка)
Translates to: bald stupid boss)
Ah.. Well, as far as insults go, it’s rather creative! Here was my reply to him:
Russian: я могу быть лысым, но я не глупый, друг
Translates to: i may be bald but i’m not stupid, friend
A couple of weeks later, Zima lost yet another MTU, this time to my corpmate Oylpann Kumamato.
Kill: Zima Surovaya (Mobile Tractor Unit)
Sargon Of Amerish recently uploaded a new song to his Youtube channel. I really enjoyed it, and I hope you will too, check it out here: EVE Online: Shadow Fleet
That’s all for this edition of Vocal Local, but there is plenty more to come. If you see me in local, don’t be afraid to strike up a conversation with me, even a simple wave can go a long way. Who knows, you might find yourself featured in a future edition of this series.