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Komodo
"We're the Ninth Mega now, have been for a long time and we're necessary to the entire setup. The Caldari State was getting stale, hidebound, all that 'Heiian' bullshit. Think the Big Eight give a fedo's fart for that? That's holoprop mindflood. Strictly for the dopes. The proles looking for an excuse not to stick it to Big Daddy Mega. And the eggers who spout 'Glory to the State'. They're the worst. All that power and they bow down before Mother State and Daddy Mega. Sickening.

"What? Ah yeah, Ninth Mega. What do I mean? Look, the Big Eight, right? They carve up the State between them. They get together, decide what each Mega will run, make it look good for the masses, bit of competition here, a bit of warfare there. That's all show. They're vertically integrated megacorps that run entire sectors of the economy because they've all signed up to a plan. Well, we're the anti-plan. We're the Ninth Mega because someone's got to take care of crime, right? That's us, the Mega of Crime!"

– Korako 'The Rabbit' Kosakami, interview with Ret Gloriaxx of the Scope's Galactic Hour with Ret Gloriaxx

 
Molok
"Molok, libeled as 'The Deceiver' by the false faith, was truer than any so-called 'True Amarr' follower of the corrupted throne squatters could ever be. He it was that understood the true nature of the universe. There is only one truth: power is all; naked, merciless force wielded by those with the will to grapple with it. We drink the blood of the powerful and the pure because to survive and advance we must feed on their energy and make it our own. This is the lesson of Molok. His failure is of no moment, his glimpse of the Great Truth is all that matters."

- Omir Sarikusa, Meditations on a Crimson Chalice

 
Vanquisher
“The Molyneux hijack showed me that capsuleers will do extraordinary things when there’s blood in the water. For a while there, I wasn’t sure we’d get away.

Not because of the Feds. No, they were a joke. But the eggers nearly got me. The amusing thing is that they fought one another as much as they tried to catch me.

Some of them even helped out. You know, the trail of destruction we left in our wake was almost entirely due to them. I think it would be amusing to give them some more toys, don’t you?”


- V. Salvador Sarpati, interviewed by Alton Haveri of the Scope.

 


Database: Invasion 2 (2019-11-26)

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