We all have gotten frustrated at the "This creature did not carry any loot" message in EU at one point or another. However, I doubt anyone ever had so much reason to be livid about that message as Society Art of War (AoW) did today. Update: MindArk and FPC have released a formal apology to everyone involved in bringing down the Hussk, and stated that players will be compensated. Read the full post here: http://www.entropiaplanets.com/forums/threads/hussk-update.6898/ Update: On February 23, MindArk reimbursed players for lost ammo. They were part of a huge group (150+) of players who had come together to beat the Hussk, which was spawned after an effort by several members of the community (led by Hijacker) to collect all the individual components required to spawn the beast. The amount of PED required to gather all the individual components was earlier estimated to be over 5,000 PED (or USD 500). The Hussk is truly worthy of the name beast, boasting close to 2,000,000 health, and respawning an impressive 2,500 of these per second, making bringng it down an extremely long (and costly) process. However, by sheer numbers and will-power, it finally dropped, after several hours of relentless shooting, but it was not a shared loot MOB, and to top that off, it contained no loot at all. This brings back memories of the no loot Sand King, which caused quite the embarrasment to MindArk / Calypso. However, the time, money and effort spent on the Husk ieasily dwarfs that of what is required for killing a Sand King. Calypso participants are currently quite upset with the whole thing, and rightfully so. The Sand King was the first slip-up. The beacons and their loot (or lack thereof) were next. One would think that two such mistakes within a short time would be reason enough to ensure the Hussk at least was properly tested and verified before being put into production. But apparently not so. A Hussk, the very MOB that was proudly announced by Kim weeks ago, and that was created so it could only be brought down with a huge group of people not being defined to share its loot across everyone participating, and on top of that not dropping anything is just unacceptable. Somehow I doubt that another attempt at respawning one of these Hussks will be attempted, unless there will be a public apology, and a refund for all the people who lost hundreds or more PED today. David Simmonds already did state this was not supposed to happen and that an investigation will take place: Perhaps a positive note can be put to this afterwards by MindArk, for instance by creating a fully transparent QA system for themselves and their partners. After all, if this happens on their own planet, it could also happen on non-MindArk planets, where the consequences might be even more grave.