http://games.yahoo.com/blogs/plugged...190533986.htmlImagine spending years devoting your time and your finances to acquiring an impressive video game spaceship, one of the biggest and most valuable the gaming world has ever seen. Now imagine all of that work being destroyed in minutes.
One player of the long-running online game EVE Online experienced that horror Sunday, when an ambush destroyed his supercarrier valued at a whopping $9,000.
The massive world of EVE Online is all about buying, piloting and blowing up spaceships. Itís not for the faint at heart, in part because its in-game currency, called ISK (Interstellar Kredits), carries a real-world value. The Revenant -- one of only three ships that big in existence -- carries a value of 309 billion ISK, making it among the priciest bits of code in the game.
I would be PISSED, I'm just glad Everquest wasn't this expensive back in the day.