Updated Tue, Oct 18, 2011 by The Mittani
The GSF finance team had bought up tremendous stockpiles of Oxytopes before the Interdiction Zone was established, and the resulting market panic has been hilarious and profitable. We’ve been involved in five years of bloody sov-war out in nullsec, yet until I began ganking Mackinaws in hisec; I’d never been compared to Osama Bin Laden or been sent death threats. I love it - and you might, too.
CrimeCraft teases players with more BLEEDOUT details.
If you have two accounts, you can test the waters of griefing with less than a day’s training. Create an alt in a frigate with a passive targeter, cargo and ship scanner; this is your scout and warpin. Make a second alt with about 10 hours of training towards an artillery Thrasher. Move them to Jita. As hisec is a ‘safe’ and ‘secure’ place, many foolish players will set small, fragile ships on autopilot to Jita - and because of this, the Perimeter gate in Jita is littered with afk pods, shuttles, and frigates. All of these are your prey. Sometimes you drop your Thrasher on a shuttle because your scout discovered something profitable in their cargo hold; sometimes you drop your Thrasher on a hapless capsule because nothing feels quite like a hisec podding. With two Thrashers you can alpha interceptors and covert ops, as well as priceless unique gift ships like the Apotheosis, Zephyr or Echelon. It’s riotous fun.
You can’t say that you’ve truly experienced all that EVE has to offer until you’ve taken a walk on the dark side. Give it a try here, because you can’t get this kind of fix in any other game.