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A tale of innocence and Betrayal, Woe and Glee (warning LONG)

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Darius III
Interstellar eXodus
#1 - 2012-01-27 12:10:19 UTC  |  Edited by: Darius III

In the stone age, man unraveled the secrets of sowing seeds and harvesting rudimentary crops. There were many hit and miss techniques and the process was not well understood. Sometimes hunger claimed the lives who had misjudged or planted too little and their Guardian angels werent able to save him.

Countless hundreds of generations later the science of farming was well known. An industrialized world now was able to squeeze in some cases, 20 times more crops per acre than the farmers of old. Larger companies realized that buying farms from the smaller independent farmers and running vast corporate farms could be quite profitable. As the corporate interests competed against the smaller farming communities, they brought more expensive industrial machines that could outwork 100 men.

There were a few leaders that represented these corporate farms, one of which stood out from the rest. He was the Organized man. He ran the collectively very smart men who realized the need for cooperation to maximize profits. These were ruthless men who would stop at nothing to reap the maximum profit imaginable without regard to the damage they did to the land. They formed an exclusive club and would try to out-compete the smaller, more independent men of the soil. Any who voiced the slightest even the slightest disagreement were cut out of the collectives benefits.

The Organized man was able to make broad agreements with the important men, and they were able to keep prices high and most of the crops harvested were by their underlings who knew how to keep their mouths shut to have continued access to the megafarm's resources.

The residents of the communities around the large corporate farms complained of the bad practices but the important men that organized the corporate farms turned a deaf ear. The land suffered under the abuse and it's richness was showing signs of nutrient depletion. The corporate farms did not even practice crop rotation so intent were they to maximize their profits at any cost to the environment.


One of the big important men began to grow tired of the elitist mentality among the senior staff on an executive level. Deep down, he knew that what was happening to the land was wrong. One day he decided to set matters right. He enlisted his brother to have a mold made of his face, not many people knew his brother and he as donned his disguise, he wondered if it would ever be found out?

Disguised now, he set forth a plan of action. Because of his high rank position within the corporation, he knew it's secret inner workings, down to the last filthy detail. He knew it's strengths lied in coercion and total control and also he knew the weaknesses of the operation.

He set about executing his nefarious scheme by recruiting those who had rallied against the cold impersonal corporate farms and their destructive tendencies. Those who had spoken publicly against the corporation were contacted and they pledged to support the destruction of the pastures and even the expensive combines employed thereon. He managed to gather a local politician for his cause and asked him to try to the the Government to apply standards to the farms, and protect the land. The bureaucracy turned a deaf ear and nothing was done.

The disguised man rallied those not working for the collective, effectively free citizens to his cause. He called for an all out attack on the corporate farms, and the citizens showed up in force to shut down the destructive practices that they felt were ruining their community. They succeeded wildly at first, destroying fully two thirds of the land, and many of the fancy pieces of industrial hardware.When the megafarms started anew-they returned and razed the land.


Those who burned the land celebrated their great victories and knew that they had done something and had made a difference. Never before had so many people from such diverse groups, banded together and achieved results with so little effort. The public egged them on and sang their praises.

The public outcry was immense both for, and against the Disguised man and his followers. Even the government noticed and called for talks. It was obvious something needed to be done.The attacks on the corporate farms became less frequent, and less successful as the corporations hired security, and the citizens had to return to their normal jobs.


The Important men began to fret and cast suspicions upon the true identity of the Disguised man. How had someone been able to precisely hit them at the right time in the most damaging way possible? Surely only an insider they thought could be so capable of such wonton destruction.

The thought of all their hard work and their power over their fellow man slipping from their grasp was unthinkable. If the farming collective fell apart, they would no longer shape a mans destiny by restricting his access to the their resources at their slightest whim. Even as the fields burned, they searched for answers. They tried burning the fields themselves and assisting the malcontents other times to no avail. They even attacked the good citizens who tried to save the land at one point!

Eventually the Important men gathered evidence that proved the Disguised man was really the Organized man. In their hearts and minds, the deception cut to the bone. Many were left dazed and full of sorrow when they had discovered Krissada's deception.

The masses realized that Krissada had turned against his own community, not for profits nor fame or any wealth, tangable or otherwise. No, he had betrayed his own for something much more worthwhile, his principles. He has organized two communities, and brought them together like a wrecking-ball and an abandoned building.

Krissada you are a hero to all informed players knowledgeable enough to tell that this is an abomination,and all who hold dear our hopes for New Eden.

Thank you.


Tikktokk Tokkzikk
Oblivion Watch
Pandemic Legion
#2 - 2012-01-27 12:52:39 UTC
I heard talk about a new CSM election. When can I vote for you?
Ifly Uwalk
Empire Tax Collection Agency
#3 - 2012-01-27 13:02:33 UTC
The Black Shell
#4 - 2012-01-27 13:30:31 UTC
You ganked my eyes with your 1400mm-wall-of-text.


Proud co-admin of, a French fansite about EVE !

Ministry of War
Amarr Empire
#5 - 2012-01-27 14:36:40 UTC
This story has a vague similiarity to what is happening with incursions! coincidence? I THINK NOT!

D3 for CSM7!

Lady Spank
Get Out Nasty Face
#6 - 2012-01-27 14:37:46 UTC
Ifly Uwalk wrote:

What's Potassium got to do with anything.

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Imperial Shipment
Amarr Empire
#7 - 2012-01-27 15:29:35 UTC
Hey Darius, if you want to ask Krissada on a date just pm him for heavens sake! Roll

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Lady Spank
Get Out Nasty Face
#8 - 2012-01-27 15:35:41 UTC
tomd741 wrote:
Hey Darius, if you want to ask Krissada on a date just pm him for heavens sake! Roll

Why dont u go whoore some incursions about it.

(ಠ_ృ) ~ It Takes a Million Years to Become Diamonds So Lets Just Burn Like Coal Until the Sky's Black ~ (ಠ_ృ)

Calisto Fox
#9 - 2012-01-27 15:39:08 UTC
Strange how it took the organized man over 12months to find his 'concience' eh? Maybe their is an upper limit to waller size huh.

And griefer praise means nothing in the bigger picture, the guy betrayed hundreds if not thousands to satisfy his own agenda with no thought what so ever to those who he was about to turn on. Explain it how you will, the fact remains ammzi has tarnished his very good reputation, and for what, to 69 with a self important CSM?

Wouldnt say it was worth it really, but time will tell if people can forgive and forget in certain circles, worst comes to the worst, he can always join you guys griefing other in null sec right? Seems he prefers that path over building friendships within the communities he helped create.

Just sayin'

People have long memories, especially when its them thats been betrayed.

Lady Spank
Get Out Nasty Face
#10 - 2012-01-27 16:06:03 UTC
Avast! Dost thee have a five spot thou can see thyself parting ways with?


Jibberjab up the wigwam! Cuisinart the poopdeck!

What’s that ye say? Thou canst not make heads nor tails of what I sayeth?

Here then. Let me take this pipe outta my mouth and stop menacing you with this harpoon. Better? Good.

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Darius III
Interstellar eXodus
#11 - 2012-01-27 16:39:44 UTC
Calisto Fox wrote:
Lots of moronic drivel

LOLS the guy stands up for what he believes in and shanks thousands along the way, whats not to love?

As far as the self-important CSM, what does The Mittani have to do with any of this?


Shukuzen Kiraa
Amarr Empire
#12 - 2012-01-27 16:44:03 UTC
Oh good another "please pay attention to Krisadda" thread.
Lady Spank
Get Out Nasty Face
#13 - 2012-01-27 16:48:49 UTC
A roundup of all threads this week:

* High Sec Incursions
* CSM Tinfoilhattery and carebear whining about how irrelevant they are

(ಠ_ృ) ~ It Takes a Million Years to Become Diamonds So Lets Just Burn Like Coal Until the Sky's Black ~ (ಠ_ృ)

Drunkendis Order
#14 - 2012-01-27 17:02:42 UTC
Spiffing tale, post more darius Cool

Also, D3 for CSM7
guska Cryotank
The Scope
Gallente Federation
#15 - 2012-01-27 17:39:58 UTC
tikktokk tokkzikk wrote:
I heard talk about a new CSM election. When can I vote for you?


Lady Spank wrote:

This is very important
Admiral Pelleon
Wildly Inappropriate
Goonswarm Federation
#16 - 2012-01-27 18:39:44 UTC
It just amuses me that CCP refuses to fix the high sec ISK faucet while us nullsec ~WARRIORS~ running plexes as fast as we can make less than incursion fleets.


Those who cannot keep up will be left behind, to watch from a distance. And those who stand in our way will not watch at all.

Levija Saplina
Ken Interplanetary Communication
#17 - 2012-01-27 18:41:10 UTC
Blawrf McTaggart
Amarr Empire
#18 - 2012-01-27 18:41:46 UTC
hey d3, broke any ndas recently?
Asuri Kinnes
Caldari State
#19 - 2012-01-27 18:55:30 UTC
Darius III wrote:
Sperg - Thank you.

I tried to care. Then I read it.


Bob is the god of Wormholes.

That's all you need to know.

Hiply Rustic
Gallente Federation
#20 - 2012-01-27 20:12:57 UTC
Cliffs Notes version:

"I got mine, screw the rest of them."

The end.

Ralph King-Griffin wrote: "Eve deliberately excludes the stupid and the weak willied." EvE: Only the strong-willied need apply.

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