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ROFL - I'm an absent minded idiot

There is a wormhole in our system for the last few days that leads to deep nullsec. It is irritating as hell because we have a flood of random people moving in and out of the system. Occasionally, they try to play with us but so far it has been unimpressive.

I undocked in my Jag to find another Jag 8k off of me. "Oh?" I thought. My corp mate had been trying to catch a Tengu from someone from the same corp. As soon as I undocked he started burning away. I let him burn, let him burn, my corpmate undocks in an Enyo and when he reaches 150km away I hit warp to an insta undock I have 160k off station and land behind him.

He freaked out and I learned that he had a MWD on his Jagar as my corpie landed on his other side and we tried to pincer him. Sadly, it did not work but it was very cool move on my part I thought. He then warped to the sun. Assuming he didn't want gateguns we went after him. Only he was gone. We warped back to station and he was about 200k off the station. We played around with him for about 20 minutes. Then another corpie entered system and landed in a hurricane. He decided to stop playing with us and left.

Blah. Whatever. We had a 5/10 plex that had just spawned in the system so we went to that instead. What started out as maybe one person doing it became a somewhat rediculious fleet for the mission at hand.

It is amazing what people will do right after downtime.

I do love the silliness. I did think the NPC fleet looked pretty badass.

Anyway, after doing the plex, I was GCC for repping my -10 corp mate. Again, we are doing an NPC site but I get GCC for repping a person that I am in the same corporation with and we are in low sec. Brilliant mechanic there. Anyway, I was salving with my other account and undocked in a frig and promply got blown up. I didn't realize why, undocked again in another POS ship and got popped again. The second time I looked at my screen and away from salvaging and realized that I had GCC.

Whoops.

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