Don’t mistake my tone. I’m not asking this question like there’s some kind of conspiracy behind how her clan managed to get this guy… Despite acknowledging there being figures behind the scene with cloak and dagger remaining confidential.
And this may come off as trying to butter her up and well… Yes. Yes I’m trying to butter her up, precisely. I’m not gonna front.
Because people typically are so nasty towards her - and I’m not denying the negativity might be rightfully earned - I just find myself wanting to give props where it’s due as I find myself actually impressed with how they managed to catch this guy sleeping (Probably literally) and capitalize on the heat this guy had and turned a half billion bounty into a two hundred billion ISK ransom.
That is a chunk of kred I ain’t gonna scoff at. The same people that look down on her and her ilk are the same people who slammed billions of ISK down on a table infront of her for the honors of having their hands around this guy’s neck.
People will hate that they didn’t do the “right thing” and just turn them over to the authorities and take that humble little bounty - and that’s all well and good to debate on. However I just can’t hate how much of an opportunity they knew they had, their ability to capitalize on it and run off with nearly a quarter of a trillion ISK.
I can’t hate, I can only find myself impressed. Maybe even a little inspired…
So here I am - humbly asking if Sesli reads this thread and consider telling us the tale about they managed to catch this guy - maybe grace us with some pro-tips on hunting high value marks. I ain’t expecting her to tell us any of the real confidential stuff like the people involved, but surely there’s no harm in telling about the operation itself after it’s been two years.
Also if you’re reading this Sesli, I’m grey curious what you or your people do with 200 billion ISK in liquid. Everyone has their ideas about what they do with that much, but I wanna hear what ideas you’ve had. Because I can’t imagine how i could spend that much kred, so I’m interested to hear that much if you can tell us the story.