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Eviction storys

Job Valador
Professional Amateurs
#1 - 2013-07-28 15:35:13 UTC
The ultimate F@#k you when living in a hole. You could be evicted while your online, your POS falling apart around you with the aggressors nearby with their guns ready to send you too Kspace, or you could log in after a couple of days off from eve (for what ever reason) and find everything you own anchored and gone with that new guy missing from your member roster.

No matter how it happens it sucks,

The first time it happened too me my corp was living in a hole with 2 other corp. My corp lived in that hole do to the kindness of the CEO of the dark horizon logistics wanting too give us a taste of WH life (speaking of which we love it) The other corp squatting in DHL's hole was a pirate corp that the CEO knew and he let them use his hole as a base of operations for their pirate activity's.

For 3 months we lived in relative peace, learned a lot about PvP from the pirates and WH life from DHL. It was great.

Nothing lasts forever. Apparently the pirate corp CEO had been talking to a member of the DHL and had him defect. The defector un-anchored the DHL POS . Now us being friends (or so we thought) when they asked us if we wanted too go on a PvP roam we accepted and warped too the sun too meet up like we normally did before a roam. This time however the HIC put up a bubble the second we were on grid and sent us too Kspace.

The betrayal was profound.

A week passes and the CEO of DHL goes on the warpath. He uses one of his scanning alts too get his fleet back into his hole (They logged on and were shot and podded as they logged in before this) And uses our POS too stage a counter eviction of his once friends.

The aftermath

DHL is now back in control of their WH, the pirates are now living a normal pirate life in lowsec, and even though DHL offered too let us too continue living in their WH we kindly refused and struck out on our own too live in our own WH.

After this long wall of text I would like too ask all of you your eviction story's, whether they be of you getting evicted or of you doing the evicting. Do not be afraid of too much detail, I will read them all no matter their length. After all, EvE is about the interactions between players. This is a prime time too show off some of the content you have created for this wonderful game. Big smile

"The stone exhibited a profound lack of movement."

Interbus Universal
#2 - 2013-07-28 20:58:16 UTC
That's a good story :) Especially the massacre at the sun. Like in a western movie.


Job Valador
Professional Amateurs
#3 - 2013-07-28 21:42:54 UTC
Git ur guns an meet us in der square. we settle this at high noon *epic western whistle plays in background*

"The stone exhibited a profound lack of movement."

Nathan Jameson
Grumpy Bastards
#4 - 2013-07-29 03:58:23 UTC
A much better story than those being put out by most wormhole "greats" these days.

+1 would read again

Trinkets friend
Sudden Buggery
Sending Thots And Players
#5 - 2013-07-29 06:28:16 UTC
I once lived in a wormhole.

Some guys spent 2 weeks camping the bejeesus out of me and blew up my POS. I lost a lot of ISK.

Now I am living in another wormhole and making even more ISK.

Repeat ad nauseum.
Infinite Point
Test Alliance Please Ignore
#6 - 2013-07-29 11:06:29 UTC
Those forums could use some more posts like yours, OP.

+1 good story
Verge of Collapse
#7 - 2013-07-29 11:25:37 UTC
I recently evicted someone by sending the ceo a mail, turns out we have been doing it wrong for years
Atreus Voken
Imperial Shipment
Amarr Empire
#8 - 2013-07-29 15:43:11 UTC
The story begins as I am part of a small wormhole corp(5/6 active members) In a C1 . We all had fairly low skillpoints and were not cut out for PvP but We had some gas silos running, ran the sites and made some isk. After being in our little wormhole for about 3 weeks a corp declares war on our alliance. At first it wasn't a big deal to us at first, one of our members lost a drake in highsec but I stayed holed up in our little wormhole. A few more days passed and then we ran into some trouble...

I log on one day to do some scanning and check up on the wormhole as i warp to planet V and begin to scan i notice some chat pops up in local, and its not a friendly. It was one of the members of the corp we were at war with taunting us. A few more of my corp members log on during this and just before the hostile logs off he tells us to tell our CEO to check his mail.

So we wait a couple of hours and our CEO gets on, We are all on teamspeak together and he is MAD. He tells us this corp wants 850 mil and they will leave our Wormhole (which we know will not happen). So he orders us to start shipping everything out. We make about 2 runs safely before S@$%t hits the fan. As i come back into the wormhole in my pod i realize im in an interdiction bubble, with the cruiser sitting about 16km off of the entrance. I turn around and go back through the wormhole to known space as fast as i can and luckily make it.

Lucky for us though, we also had a high sec wormhole that day. We get a couple more loads out that highsec wormhole before it collapses, At this point all we have left in the PoS is the modules and some mining ships(covetors werent able to make it out anyway). So we make one last break for it.

My CEO tells me he wants me to distract the interdictor for enough time to make it out of our static. I agree to this as all i was in was my pod with cheap implants. I wasnt sure i was going to make it but, it was worth a try. I head back into the wormhole in my pod and immediately align to the sun, as i do so i can feel that interdictor getting closer and closer to a lock. I make it out of the bubble and warp to the sun just in time. i wait a couple seconds hoping the interdictor would follow me , and just as we hopped he pops up and as i see him warp in i call to my CEO over teamspeak to get the F@#K out of the wormhole.

He makes it safely through the wormhole as i watch my pod explode and lifeless body float through uncharted space.

Interbus Universal
#9 - 2013-07-29 16:16:16 UTC
You escaped from a dictor bubble in a pod? Either that guy was playing with his food or he is really really bad Smile


Dad Jokes R Us
#10 - 2013-07-29 19:12:03 UTC
Here was my perspective on Illusion of Solitude's recent eviction of Space Challengers:

Hope you're entertained! Too many words to post in thread...
Job Valador
Professional Amateurs
#11 - 2013-07-29 19:19:58 UTC
TXG SYNC wrote:
Here was my perspective on Illusion of Solitude's recent eviction of Space Challengers:

Hope you're entertained! Too many words to post in thread...

"Three Bears killed after break-in. Goldilocks wanted for questioning."

First line best line in my opinion

"The stone exhibited a profound lack of movement."

Native Freshfood
Minmatar Republic
#12 - 2013-07-29 20:48:47 UTC
I recently evicted someone by sending the ceo a mail, turns out we have been doing it wrong for years

That was way too easy
#13 - 2013-07-30 05:14:43 UTC
mcdoodle wrote:
I recently evicted someone by sending the ceo a mail, turns out we have been doing it wrong for years

That was way too easy

Ross has a way with words. He once sent me an insulting eve mail, now I love him. Still trying to figure that one out.
Cipher Jones
The Thomas Edwards Taco Tuesday All Stars
#14 - 2013-07-30 05:25:52 UTC  |  Edited by: Cipher Jones
So far WH eviction has been nothing but empty promises.

I am kinda sad, this one guy talked **** for hours before his crew failed at evicting us, but I lost the chat log to a bad HDD.

Oh wait, my bad. I did get kicked out of a c3 with a static to high once. Kudos, lemme see here...

Lost J143513 about 3 years ago.

It actually was a good story. They came into a c1 That was just me, my alliance at the time was living somewhere else. They thought I was bluffing when I said my boys were coming to the fight. They started to close their backdoor when the alliance did show up. We counter closed and locked one or 2 of them in and killed them.

They happened to find me in that c3 before we could get the death star up.

I still have them on watchlist, only one still plays.

internet spaceships

are serious business sir.

and don't forget it