[ 2015.03.06 00:28:32 ] Sweet123 Dreams > i seem to of misplaced my keys and gotten stuck...any chance you'd have a k-space i could use?
[ 2015.03.06 00:30:35 ] Sweet123 Dreams > for reals though
[ 2015.03.06 00:31:51 ] Sweet123 Dreams > give you a free armageddon
[ 2015.03.06 00:32:55 ] Sweet123 Dreams > convo me
[ 2015.03.06 00:42:45 ] M Lazar > will pay for exit
Now this happens from time to time. We saw it more frequently when we lived in a C2 with a high-sec entrance as you would get more inexperienced wormhole daytrippers getting caught in the hole. Those, however, were usually pods not battleships. I made a quick ping onto Slack letting people know what was up and then had to go about my business. Generally speaking, we are the kind of group that if someone needs help, we'll help them out. We're not one for ransoms and back stabbing but we've also seen our share of scams around this tactic and are wary. These two were 4 and 7 year old toons, not the kind to likely get stuck in a wormhole so it smelled suspicious. When I returned though, I didn't expect to see this on the killboard:
The lesson here kids is that in this day and age of EVE, there is almost NO excuse for getting trapped inside a wormhole other than getting podded and even then you have to have already made another mistake of not bookmarking your entrance. With mobile depots and probes in your cargo, EVERY SHIP in wormhole space should be able to scan itself out when unexpectedly caught on the wrong side of a closed wormhole. To not have one in your hole rolling Armageddon is inexcusable, especially when you doomed your friend and his 3B isk pod to the scrap heap.