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Band of Brothers
Posted - 2004.08.06 21:44:00 - [1]

Edited by: Judicator on 06/08/2004 21:49:55
For readers of Douglas Adams the topic hints what this post is about. For those that have yet to get acquainted with his works it means I am leaving EVE.

Real life finally crept up on. I am moving onwards to read at the university and get myself a useful education. Some will argue that you can read and play at the same time, but not in my case.

I am a power gamer and I wish to win, not just Ďplayí every now and then. Mixing a highly addictive game like EVE with an education is in my case pure dynamite. I know Iíll end up playing when I should read or play until late night and be tired during class.

And at the end of the day I cannot make a living out of EVE even if I wanted to.

During my time in EVE which started in March 2003 Iíve met some incredible people that Iíll miss a lot. Just to name a few.

DP Preacher:

We go back a long time eh? To the days of Othnark and Outer Ring and an infamous chat channel whose name shall still remain a secret.

ďPK hier!Ē :)

I think of all the people Iíve met in EVE Iíll miss you the most. Iíll defiantly miss harassing you :)

You are an awesome fighter and fleet commander, despite your suicide tendencies. Keep it up mate.


Like DBP we have know each other for a long time. Tough my first encounter was with a different char than the one I have played afterwards.

Always fun to be around and always up for a random ganking or two when nobody was looking *cough* *cough*. I think in terms of suicidal tendencies you beat even DBP and it makes me wonder how many Miso corpses are floating around in space, hangars or being stroked by the likes of Flatliner. While not the best PvPíer in EVE you got the most spirit I think and that alone can get you far.


A shame you did not manage to get stuff sorted and come back to EVE and roam space before I had to depart. Great fighter, great wingman and civil to the extreme. I cannot recall ever seeing you smacktalk. Speaks volumes about you.

Hope that you return to EVE soon and lay down the law on some enemies. While I wont be there to assist I am sure youíll manage.


Current CEO and hardass extrordinaire. Unlike DBP you lead fleets to victory and not suicide. Not much to say really except it was a pleasure fighting with you.

LioníEl Johnson

My favorite carebear. I think that sums it up pretty well. Donít inhale too must scordite dust now you hear!

And the rest of Reikoku. Iíll miss you too, the combat, corp chat and the rest, even the mining that our lead carebear LioníEl Johnson forced us to do.

And JF, Black Nova, Legion of the Damned, Evolution, m0o and many more allies and enemies alike.

Tough I no longer will be in control of Judicator he will not cease to fly around. Letting him rot would be a grevious waste of skillpoints and time invested so he will be transferred to a corp mates account for usage.

May those that remain in EVE get loads of good fights, wealth, fame and a good podding from time to time.

This is the original Judicator signing out.


And all the guys from FLC channel, I'll miss you too!

Gundog Prime
Caldari Provisions
Posted - 2004.08.06 22:00:00 - [2]

Won't be the same space out there without you Wink

Cheers for that gate run during the Great Northern War, left me with a buzz and a need for fresh underwear Shocked

L8rs Judicator

Bele gorri
Solar Wind
Posted - 2004.08.06 22:02:00 - [3]

.. not being a man of words.

Although i'd like you to be playing, i think you've taken the correct decision.

Good luck in the RL

I'll miss you too

(from the FLC channel)

Akh'Vehlr Industries
Posted - 2004.08.07 10:41:00 - [4]

Been a pleasure flying along with you mate. Good luck with your education and all that.

Band of Brothers
Posted - 2004.08.07 10:53:00 - [5]

Later, Judi

Posted - 2004.08.07 10:58:00 - [6]

bb jud my silly danish chum

Posted - 2004.08.07 11:10:00 - [7]

No "I'll be back!" Jud?

It was a pleasure being in the same Corp as you Jud, may you study well and get what you want.


IT Alliance
Posted - 2004.08.07 11:23:00 - [8]

Adios Judicator, good luck with your education m8 and hopefully see back again at some point.

Posted - 2004.08.07 11:43:00 - [9]

Edited by: Miso on 07/08/2004 11:45:05
Good luck with University, I think you've made a real sensible decision with dropping Eve. Good luck with your studies and make sure you study hard.

Take care

Miso x

Gunstar Zero
IT Alliance
Posted - 2004.08.07 12:06:00 - [10]

so long dude, was good flying with you.

Wise choice though, Education > Eve > Real life.

Deep Core Mining Inc.
Posted - 2004.08.07 12:08:00 - [11]

bye jud!

DB Preacher
Posted - 2004.08.07 13:27:00 - [12]

Edited by: DB Preacher on 07/08/2004 13:29:29
Hey guys,

Well, this has been a long time coming so I would love to say that I had a massive goodbye speech ready and stuff but I'll just say it as I saw it :)

I met Judicator (although he played a dif char then) a looooong time ago in Eve when we were both back as young punks and instantly he joined up to RKK. It was a match made in heaven as Jud would often be the heart of the corp.

As you all know, we try and do as little mining as possible but on the rare occasions that we did knuckle down to earn some phat isk, I don't think any of us will forget Judicator speaking non-stop for 8 hours and basically keeping us going through the complete boredom.

I don't think I would ever have got tired of Judicator signing off with "I'll be back" as those who don't know, Judicator sounds exactly like Arnie.

In terms of battle prowess, Judicator has always performed everything to the highest quality. He loses very few ships and is a definite asset to any fleet we ran.

I think the three highlights of this time in RKK is firstly the one he mentioned with "PK Hier".

The second would be the fight with Limpy Bint and the other F-E guys in EC-P8R where he charged their fleet in his mega to great effect AND he managed to get out again with a slither of structure.

Lastly, would definitely have to be the fight in 6NJ where we wiped out a PA fleet and Judicator almost missed the whole thing because I forgot to wake everyone up on TS before we headed off Embarassed
He only made it for the second part of the battle! Personally, I'm sure he would have died in the first part so I was doing him a favour Wink

But alas, all good things come to an end and I must say that it takes a sodding big brave man to step away from eve. I couldn't but I wish you all the best in the future.

Just make sure you drop in by Scotland at some point mate for a beer or seven!

Take Care,

Band of Brothers
Posted - 2004.08.07 14:58:00 - [13]

Remember to stop by the vent server and hang on IRC. You are expected to maintain your High levels of forum whorage too. Your spammage is classic stuff.

Thanks for the kind words and good luck with your real life endevours.

Galavet, RKK CEO

IT Alliance
Posted - 2004.08.07 15:24:00 - [14]

Au revoir Judicator.

We didn't fly together often enough.

Good luck with your studies, you are a wiser man than many of us for making this decision! When you've won nobel prizes and cured cancer come back and gank with us some time :)

Posted - 2004.08.07 16:07:00 - [15]

Wise choice.

To be able to finish my B.Sc degree I stepped away from EVE, twice.

Worked for me ;)

Best of luck!

Riddari, B.Sc


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