White Knight: Well, what do you want to know?
N: Well, how did you get to know the group known as Electric mayhem
W: I first came into contact with Electric Mayhem while I was searching for a long lost friend of mine. I have heard she was working with a crew that consisted of both Mavericks and Gongen, so I searched her out because I was worried about her.
It was about the time all those dopplegangers were found of them, remember that?
N: Er, sort of. The press coverage was murkey
W: Yeah, it was. I was worried about her, so I went searching for her. She has always been such a nice, kind-hearted person. Imagine my surprise when I find out she has joined this crew of, erm, shall we say less than reliable characters
N: how so? What were they like?
W: Hmm...they were very disorganized. The lack of a common concern among the group was staggering. Also, I don't know if they even keep track of who is in their house or on their ship. I went on a few missions with them, searching for a moment to reconnect with my friend, but I can safely say they hardly noticed I was there.
Also, I am pretty sure that they are not a completely "good" group. Some of those people seemed pretty shady
N: I see. Can you tell me about what shady activities they were involved in, if you wouldn't mind?
W: Well I can't say any shady activities in particular, I just got a shady vibe from a few of their crew members. I'm generally a good judge of character, and some seemed less than moral
Don't get me wrong though, there were still a number of crew members that seemed like genuinely good people
It's just that, it confuses me how this group of people even function as an organization
N: So, what on a general basis do they actually do?
a lot of bickering
N: ...oh? Like, huh. The members who have contacted me seem to thing they are mostly saving the day and having thrilling heroics.
W: Yeah, that's what they like to think. And don't get me wrong, they do that, eventually, but from my tenure with them there is too much dissonance with their group. The leadership was significantly lacking is what I'm saying
Things might have changed since I was with them, but that's what I found to be true
N: what do you think of their leader, Radical Doitzel?
W: Oh, he's the official leader now?
N: was he not the official leader?
W: If he was no one told me
N: ah. I see. Was there anyone fighting him for leadership?
W: If I remember correctly there was a huge thing when I first joined to vote for some leaders. There were election speeches and everything. I didn't feel like it really changed anything though. Still so much disorder
N: huh. So how did you end up leaving?
W: I walked out and left one day. Turns out I'm pretty good at doing that without anyone really noticing
I went to check up on my friend to make sure she was okay. She was, so my job there was done. I didn't really have any interest in staying with that group. I felt that, if I did, I would never acheive my goal
N: what is your goal?
W: To unite the outer rim and bring peace and solace to those suffering there. To help those less fortunate claim a proper place in this world. To stop the needless bloodshed in the outer rim and allow families to finally feel safe in their homes. That is my dream, and my destiny
W: Electric Mayhem simply do not have the same amorous goals that I have
N: So I see. Is there anything else you'd like to tell our readers?
W: Yes. Despite what many of the Electric Mayhem members might say, Electric Mayhem is not a group to look up to, nor is Doitzel an individual to aspire to be like. They are amoral at best, and I fear that unless they start understanding the consequences of their actions, they will need to be stopped, and soon.
N: Thank you very much for your time, and good luck in your endevors!
W: Thank you sir, and good luck in yours