Princess Aiko, much like James 315, is a permabanned hero of the CODE. In her moment of immortal Ascendance, she went out with a bang, dunking on a hapless Venture in Raussinen. As the official Grover Cleveland of the New Order, her reign as Queen Regent has been brief, yet she flares brilliantly like a butterfly in heat.
If you read the dodgy memoirs of grumpy old bureaucrats, Princess Aiko was always a spoiled brat, who merely slept her way to the top. However, those who undocked during the Great War of Extirpation, will often describe her as a brilliant strategess. They also recall blueberry muffins, with soothing cups of chamomile tea.
Aiko’s path to immortality began on a windy Wednesday in 2017, when Sirtech Silicore was arrested by the Gate Tax Collection Agency.
Sirtech slumbered for more than three years, until he finally decided to once again become a new returning player, stealing some ore from Princess Aiko.
Like two slinky cats, Aiko and Kalomira hissed at each other.
Only a GrandMaster could resolve their bitter dispute over mining rights.
Alas, Aiko blasted the wrong Venture.
Kalomira had powerful alts in Highsec.
Felicia Dey is a pillar of the mining community.
When asked for a lossmail, she linked an old MinerBumping post.
It was definitely the same bot…
Innostunut Sonni > miner, please calm down
Magalaus Shardani > im assuming Felicia Dey is british and refering to cigarettes
Zaenis Desef > maybe
Felicia Dey > No you are a bunch of cum guzzling faggots
Zaenis Desef > ALL HAIL Aiko Danuja!
Zopiclone > Thats right
Felicia Dey > Id kick er in cunt\
…with the exact same sentiments.
It really doesn’t like the CODE.
Princess Aiko tried to be diplomatic.
However, Felicia knows an experienced space lawyer.
Another alt’s alt was ready to take down our Princess.
This was no joke.
Poor Aiko is going to prison, in real-life.
CCP lawyers would never defend our Saviourette.
Aiko tried desperately to plead her case.
Unfortunately, she could not hide her true nature.
At 11:00, the permaban hit Aiko like a freight train.
All we have now are fond memories.
Perhaps, like Grover Cleveland, Our Lady of Agil will return again…