The Fiend belonged to Vytone from Exodus. who we talked to. After commending him on his balls of steel for not relegating such an expensive ship to just be station furniture, I asked him what happened. According to Vytone, he warped to his Astrahus in Vlillirier (Placid Low Sec) and during the docking procedure he was pointed, aggressed and destroyed. According to Vytone, he never aggressed.
: [18:11:03] Vytone > first off good kill
[18:11:08] Vytone > but how the fuck man
[18:11:37] KillCamSpecteR >
VytoneIt was banal
[18:11:43] Vytone > banal?
[18:11:49] KillCamSpecteR > baite
[18:11:59] KillCamSpecteR > Write a petition
[18:12:00] Vytone > im not sure what you mean
[18:12:59] KillCamSpecteR > soket lost
[18:13:15] Vytone > how was I pointed on the citadel?
[18:13:40] KillCamSpecteR > honestly I don’t
[18:14:10] Vytone > good job either way
[18:14:31] KillCamSpecteR > write a petition
[18:14:33] Vytone > i will
[18:14:41] Vytone > im just in shock right now
[18:15:28] KillCamSpecteR > I understand
[18:16:01] KillCamSpecteR > I think that something is wrong
I also managed to talk to the aggressing side, after dusting off my Russian skills * cough! Google translate * cough * I managed to get a hold on one of the involved pilots (Nicotinelle) who gave his side of the story:
“The fiend was on top of an Astrahus and locked someone, he knew about us, and he didn’t want to lose his shiny ship (obviously), so he warped to a grid safe, and one of our interceptors managed to catch him. He was surprised in a BIG way, the rest was business a usual. A shout to our ceptor pilot 531294 for such an amazing catch, he really made our day – I would like to mention our channel for npsi-roams – “EVE Flight School”. Ru-speaking if anyone wishes to hang out with us.”
When the news broke the EN24 staff was on the bench whether this is the first AT XIII ship to die in the glorious EVE Online killing grounds. A quick consultation with the killboard history noted that it is indeed the third https://zkillboard.com/ship/35781/losses/ of these ships to be destroyed. Exupery (one of our writers) pointed an interesting statistic; Fiends have killed almost thirteen hundred ships, and this is the third ever lost.