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11th Feb '16 8:19:04 PM Knight20
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Added Ratchet and Clank comic.
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* In ComicBook/RatchetAndClankComic Ratchet gets sent to one of these in Issue #2 "Friends with Benefits" after being captured by Artemis Zogg.
12th Dec '15 8:43:26 PM nombretomado
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* Over the first few books in the XWingSeries we hear talk of Lusankya, the Empire's secret prison and brainwashing facility, but only later is it revealed to be the ''Lusankya'', a Super Star Destroyer. Even after the pounding it takes in ''The Bacta War'' there's enough left to salvage, and the New Republic captures and makes use of it until the Literature/NewJediOrder, where it goes out in a proper blaze of glory for [[RammingAlwaysWorks Operation Emperor's Spear]].
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* Over the first few books in the XWingSeries Literature/XWingSeries we hear talk of Lusankya, the Empire's secret prison and brainwashing facility, but only later is it revealed to be the ''Lusankya'', a Super Star Destroyer. Even after the pounding it takes in ''The Bacta War'' there's enough left to salvage, and the New Republic captures and makes use of it until the Literature/NewJediOrder, where it goes out in a proper blaze of glory for [[RammingAlwaysWorks Operation Emperor's Spear]].
22nd Oct '15 12:51:35 PM Sark0TAG
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* On the Navy skill-building path at the beginning of ''VideoGame/SystemShock2'', one of the missions you can select therein is the UNN Pierce, which plays this straight. According to the debriefing, said prison escort apparently had a mercenary on board, disguised as a prisoner.
11th Oct '15 11:13:51 AM nombretomado
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* In ''PhantasyStarOnline'', an incarnation of Dark Force Faiz was locked away in a giant Prison Ship in the center of Ragol.
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* In ''PhantasyStarOnline'', ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarOnline'', an incarnation of Dark Force Faiz was locked away in a giant Prison Ship in the center of Ragol.
17th Sep '15 4:58:27 PM nombretomado
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* The ''[[StarWarsExpandedUniverse Star Wars]]'' ExpandedUniverse had a "dungeon ship" which Luke found himself in in ''DarkEmpire'', specially-designed to hold Jedi.
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* The ''[[StarWarsExpandedUniverse Star Wars]]'' ExpandedUniverse had a "dungeon ship" which Luke found himself in in ''DarkEmpire'', ''ComicBook/DarkEmpire'', specially-designed to hold Jedi.
7th Sep '15 11:08:55 AM nombretomado
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* Over the first few books in the XWingSeries we hear talk of Lusankya, the Empire's secret prison and brainwashing facility, but only later is it revealed to be the ''Lusankya'', a Super Star Destroyer. Even after the pounding it takes in ''The Bacta War'' there's enough left to salvage, and the New Republic captures and makes use of it until the NewJediOrder, where it goes out in a proper blaze of glory for [[RammingAlwaysWorks Operation Emperor's Spear]].
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* Over the first few books in the XWingSeries we hear talk of Lusankya, the Empire's secret prison and brainwashing facility, but only later is it revealed to be the ''Lusankya'', a Super Star Destroyer. Even after the pounding it takes in ''The Bacta War'' there's enough left to salvage, and the New Republic captures and makes use of it until the NewJediOrder, Literature/NewJediOrder, where it goes out in a proper blaze of glory for [[RammingAlwaysWorks Operation Emperor's Spear]].
27th Jul '15 9:00:44 PM Vios
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* The ''Literature/DredChronicles'' are set on a prison ship called Perdition, in permanent orbit in an isolated system. It's where the Conglomerate dump people who they judge beyond any attempt at rehabilitation, and it's largely lawless there are no cells and no human guards. There are deadly robotic sentries which keep prisoners from getting too close to anything deemed too sensitive, but they don't interfere in gang warfare or non-lethal degradation of conditions.
5th Jul '15 9:19:33 PM nombretomado
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# the Prison Transport: often hijacked, this humble vessel is either designed or modified to transport prisoners, not hold them permanently. The transport in ''Film/PitchBlack'' is not an example as it had only one prisoner strapped in; the rest of the occupants were paying passengers. Conversely the prison transport in the ''{{Lexx}}'' miniseries would count because his divine shadow is just that thorough.
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# the Prison Transport: often hijacked, this humble vessel is either designed or modified to transport prisoners, not hold them permanently. The transport in ''Film/PitchBlack'' is not an example as it had only one prisoner strapped in; the rest of the occupants were paying passengers. Conversely the prison transport in the ''{{Lexx}}'' ''Series/{{Lexx}}'' miniseries would count because his divine shadow is just that thorough.
28th Jun '15 4:39:34 PM nombretomado
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** The [[Series/BattlestarGalacticaClassic original series]] had the Prison Barge, a ship used to hold prisoners of various kinds, including prisoners of war. Baltar organizes an escape from the ship along with various characters arrested or captured in previous episodes. ** The [[Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined re-imagined series]] had a prison ship called the ''Astral Queen'' which held common criminals as well as noted terrorist Tom Zarek. It was a prison transport but after the attacks the prisoners were stuck in tiny cells for months before anybody even noticed/cared. When the fleet needed laborers for dangerous duties mining water ice on a frozen moon, Zarek negotiated the partial release of the prisoners as a condition of their being used as grunt labor. The prisoners were given their former prison ship as their new home among the fleet.
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** The [[Series/BattlestarGalacticaClassic [[Series/BattlestarGalactica1978 original series]] had the Prison Barge, a ship used to hold prisoners of various kinds, including prisoners of war. Baltar organizes an escape from the ship along with various characters arrested or captured in previous episodes. ** The [[Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined [[Series/BattlestarGalactica2003 re-imagined series]] had a prison ship called the ''Astral Queen'' which held common criminals as well as noted terrorist Tom Zarek. It was a prison transport but after the attacks the prisoners were stuck in tiny cells for months before anybody even noticed/cared. When the fleet needed laborers for dangerous duties mining water ice on a frozen moon, Zarek negotiated the partial release of the prisoners as a condition of their being used as grunt labor. The prisoners were given their former prison ship as their new home among the fleet.
21st Apr '15 8:01:41 PM DarkHunter
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* In [[Machinima/RedVsBlueTheChorusTrilogy the season 13 premiere]] of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', Locus and his partner [[spolier:Felix]] hijack a UNSC prison ship to recruit followers.
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* In [[Machinima/RedVsBlueTheChorusTrilogy the season 13 premiere]] of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', Locus and his partner [[spolier:Felix]] [[spoiler:Felix]] hijack a UNSC prison ship to recruit followers.
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