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29th Jul '16 2:33:51 PM Morgenthaler
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* Happened frequently in ''Series/StargateSG1'' with the team capturing Goa'uld fighters, or other ships and using them back against the villain of the week. In early seasons the vehicles were [[StatusQuoIsGod often destroyed in the ensuing battle]] however by later seasons they'd were reliably keeping their prizes long enough to start reverse engineering them.
** On at least one occasion this shoots them in the foot when a DangerouslyGenreSavvy Goa'uld booby traps his fighters. The team attempts to use parts from it in an Earth-built fighter, only to (almost) wind up drifting through space for a long, long time.

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* Happened frequently in ''Series/StargateSG1'' with the team capturing Goa'uld fighters, or other ships and using them back against the villain of the week. In early seasons the vehicles were [[StatusQuoIsGod often destroyed in the ensuing battle]] however by later seasons they'd were reliably keeping their prizes long enough to start reverse engineering them.
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them. On at least one occasion this shoots them in the foot when a DangerouslyGenreSavvy clever Goa'uld booby traps his fighters. The team attempts to use parts from it in an Earth-built fighter, only to (almost) wind up drifting through space for a long, long time.
15th Jul '16 1:53:05 PM Tacitus
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* Quite common in ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'', in which the Rebel Alliance (and later New Republic) ends up using a lot of Imperial starships, either through capture, defecting crews, or third-party arms dealers. The Nebulon-B Frigate mentioned in the page quote is used as much by the Rebels as the Imperials who originally built them, after [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi the Battle of Endor]] the Rebels begin fielding captured Star Destroyers, and [[DecliningPromotion after he finally accepts the rank of general]], [[MauveShirt Wedge Antilles]] ultimately ends up with a Super Star Destroyer as his flagship. The New Republic even uses the Empire's iconic [[MookMobile TIE Fighter]] and variants alongside their X-Wings and other ships, though the Rebels at least are smart enough to install DeflectorShields on as many as possible.
** Notably occurs in ''[[Literature/XWingSeries Wraith Squadron]]'', the eponymous fighter squadron steals the corvette ''Night Caller'' from Warlord Zsinj's fleet by [[ASimplePlan the simple expedient]] of a makeshift boarding pod disguised as debris. They take it so rapidly that the ship's superiors have no idea it was captured, allowing them to use it for TheInfiltration. Afterwards, it remains in New Republic service, presumably in a less prominent role (and maybe with a less [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast obviously evil name]]).

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* Quite common in ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'', in which the Rebel Alliance (and later New Republic) ends up using with a lot good number of Imperial starships, either gained through capture, defecting crews, or third-party arms dealers. The Nebulon-B Frigate mentioned in the page quote is used as much by the Rebels as the Imperials who originally built them, after [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi the Battle of Endor]] the Rebels begin fielding captured Star Destroyers, and [[DecliningPromotion after he finally accepts the rank of general]], [[MauveShirt Wedge Antilles]] ultimately ends up with gets a Super Star Destroyer as his flagship. The New Republic is even uses willing to use the Empire's iconic [[MookMobile TIE Fighter]] and variants alongside their X-Wings and other ships, variants, though the Rebels at least are smart enough to install DeflectorShields on as many as possible.
possible. So as the war against the Empire progresses, veteran pilots have to deal with lingering nervousness when approaching a friendly Star Destroyer, and in some battles squadron leaders have to remind their pilots to [[FriendOrFoe check their IFF sensors]] before taking a snap-shot at a TIE Fighter.
** Notably occurs in ''[[Literature/XWingSeries Wraith Squadron]]'', when the eponymous fighter squadron steals the corvette ''Night Caller'' from Warlord Zsinj's fleet by [[ASimplePlan the simple expedient]] of a makeshift boarding pod disguised as debris. They take it so rapidly that the ship's superiors have no idea it was captured, allowing them to use it for TheInfiltration. Afterwards, it remains in New Republic service, presumably in a less prominent role (and maybe with a less [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast obviously evil name]]).
15th Jul '16 1:42:36 PM Tacitus
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* In ''Film/TheHobbitTheBattleOfTheFiveArmies'', Azog's army uses chain-steered trolls as sock troops. Bofur kills the rider of one of them and takes the reins, wreaking havoc across the enamy lines like he captured an enemy tank.

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* In ''Film/TheHobbitTheBattleOfTheFiveArmies'', Azog's army uses chain-steered trolls as sock shock troops. Bofur kills the rider of one of them and takes the reins, wreaking havoc across the enamy lines like he captured an enemy tank.



* In ''[[Literature/XWingSeries Wraith Squadron]]'', the eponymous fighter squadron steals the corvette ''Night Caller'' from Warlord Zsinj's fleet by [[ASimplePlan the simple expedient]] of a makeshift boarding pod disguised as debris. They take it so rapidly that the ship's superiors have no idea it was captured, allowing them to use it for TheInfiltration. Afterwards, it remains in New Republic service, presumably in a less prominent role (and maybe with a less [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast obviously evil name]]). In fact, it's mentioned that the New Republic, and the Rebel Alliance before it to a greater extent, get a lot of their ships this way: either they're boarded and seized, or their crews defect ''en masse'', or a third party gets their hands on it and simply sells it to them.

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* In Quite common in ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'', in which the Rebel Alliance (and later New Republic) ends up using a lot of Imperial starships, either through capture, defecting crews, or third-party arms dealers. The Nebulon-B Frigate mentioned in the page quote is used as much by the Rebels as the Imperials who originally built them, after [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi the Battle of Endor]] the Rebels begin fielding captured Star Destroyers, and [[DecliningPromotion after he finally accepts the rank of general]], [[MauveShirt Wedge Antilles]] ultimately ends up with a Super Star Destroyer as his flagship. The New Republic even uses the Empire's iconic [[MookMobile TIE Fighter]] and variants alongside their X-Wings and other ships, though the Rebels at least are smart enough to install DeflectorShields on as many as possible.
** Notably occurs in
''[[Literature/XWingSeries Wraith Squadron]]'', the eponymous fighter squadron steals the corvette ''Night Caller'' from Warlord Zsinj's fleet by [[ASimplePlan the simple expedient]] of a makeshift boarding pod disguised as debris. They take it so rapidly that the ship's superiors have no idea it was captured, allowing them to use it for TheInfiltration. Afterwards, it remains in New Republic service, presumably in a less prominent role (and maybe with a less [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast obviously evil name]]). In fact, it's mentioned that the New Republic, and the Rebel Alliance before it to a greater extent, get a lot of their ships this way: either they're boarded and seized, or their crews defect ''en masse'', or a third party gets their hands on it and simply sells it to them.



* ''Warhammer40K'':
** Orks often loot enemy vehicles, usually painting them red, overclocking the engines, slapping on armor and adding extra weapons. Depending on edition they can be used in the game, with a list of rules to show their unreliability.
** Averted in one case: an Imperial commando tried to hijack a few Tau battlesuits, but when the suit didn't recognize him as its pilot, it fried him.

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* ''Warhammer40K'':
''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'':
** Orks often loot enemy vehicles, usually painting them red, which involves riveting on some scrap metal armor plates, adding extra weapons, overclocking the engines, slapping on armor engine, maybe giving it [[RedOnesGoFaster a red paintjob]], and adding extra weapons. Depending welding on edition some spikes and other gubbins to make it look sufficiently Orky. In earlier editions they can be used in could field vehicles right out of other army codices, if using [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy the game, with Orks' Ballistic Skill]], while in recent years Orks instead have access to generic Looted Wagons. Their weaponry tends to pack a list punch, but every turn there's a chance that the driver will hit the wrong lever and go careening forward at full speed instead of rules to show their unreliability.
firing.
** Averted in one case: the case of an Imperial commando who tried to hijack a few Tau battlesuits, but [[MiniMecha battlesuit]] - when the suit didn't recognize him as its pilot, it fried him.



* ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerGenerals'': The GLA can do this with the optional Hijacker unit or by having Jarman Kell SnipeTheCockpit then ordering any unit to get in the vehicle.
* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'':
** In the spirit of Warhammer 40,000's Orks, high-status raiders in the Commonwealth may be encountered wearing looted and refurbished PowerArmor.
** It's possible to sneak up on an occupied suit of power armor, steal its fusion core, kill the operator when he bails out, replace the core, and take the suit for yourself.
*** Alternatively, you can also shoot the fusion core, which causes it to blow up. If the occupant survived the explosion, they'll be forced to exit the armor, making them a much softer target. You'll need a new core to enter the armor though.
*** This can be difficult unless you have the Penetrator perk (which lets you shoot through obstacles), as the fusion core is located on the back of the armor.
*** In either case, the armor will be marked as owned. This means using it is technically considered stealing by the game, which "nice" companions will disapprove of.
** Near the end of the Railroad's main quest, [[spoiler:after massacring the Brotherhood of Steel members (including NiceGirl Scribe Haylen) inside the Cambridge Police Station, Tinker Tom will hijack a Brotherhood Vertibird to get you and Deacon aboard the ''[[CoolAirship Prydwen]]'' (the Brotherhood's mobile HQ). After the end of the main quest, the Vertibird can be summoned with a signal grenade to fly you to anywhere in the Commonwealth. If you destroy the Brotherhood as the Minutemen, they'll manage to salvage a Vertibird for transport purposes as well]].

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* ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerGenerals'': The GLA can do this with the optional Hijacker unit unit, or by having Jarman Kell SnipeTheCockpit [[SnipingTheCockpit Snipe the Cockpit]], then ordering any unit to get in the vehicle.
* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', the Soviet commando Natasha can pull a similar trick with her own snipe rifle.
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''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'':
** In the spirit
4}}'' treats PowerArmor as something you climb into rather than a piece of Warhammer 40,000's Orks, high-status raiders in the Commonwealth may be encountered wearing looted and refurbished PowerArmor.
** It's possible to
armor you don out of your inventory. This means that if you sneak up on an occupied to someone wearing a suit of power armor, steal and yank its fusion core, core out, then kill the operator them when he bails out, replace they're forced to disembark, taking the core, and take armor for yourself is as simple as putting the suit for yourself.
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core back in. Alternatively, you can also shoot ''shoot'' the fusion core, which causes it to blow up. If the occupant survived the explosion, they'll be forced to exit the armor, making them a much softer target. You'll need a new core to enter the armor though.
*** This can be difficult unless you have
(difficult without the Penetrator perk (which perk, which lets you shoot through obstacles), as obstacles) and cause it to go critical and explode, and replace it with a new one when you finish off the fusion core is located on the back of the armor.
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armor's former user. But in either case, the power armor will be marked as owned. This means using it is technically considered stealing by the game, which stolen rather than looted, so you'll lose approval points with "nice" companions will disapprove of.
if you use it in their presence.
** Near On the end subject of Power Armor, a few of the Railroad's Commonwealth's [[AlwaysChaoticEvil raiders]] have managed to refurbish some old suits using whatever scrap metal they have at hand. The results aren't as tough as a proper model of armor, but can come as a nasty surprise to adventurers without heavy weaponry.
** Depending on how you end the game's
main quest, [[spoiler:after massacring the Minutemen or Railroad can gain captured Vertibirds after defeating the Brotherhood of Steel members (including NiceGirl Scribe Haylen) inside Steel. [[spoiler:This is required if you finish the game with the Railroad, as you end up attacking the Brotherhood outpost at Cambridge Police Station, Tinker Tom will hijack Station (which involves killing [[NiceGirl Scripe Haylen]]) to steal a Brotherhood Vertibird to get you and Deacon aboard infiltrate the ''[[CoolAirship Prydwen]]'' (the Brotherhood's mobile HQ). After the end of the main quest, the Vertibird can be summoned with a signal grenade to fly you to anywhere in the Commonwealth. If you destroy the Brotherhood as the Minutemen, they'll manage to salvage a Vertibird for transport purposes as well]].''Prydwen'' with.]]



* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', the Soviet commando Natasha can [[SnipingTheCockpit snipe the cockpit]] of enemy vehicles, and sending one of your infantry units inside will allow you to commandeer the vehicle.

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* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', the Soviet commando Natasha can [[SnipingTheCockpit snipe the cockpit]] of The easiest way to build up a huge navy in games like ''VideoGame/TotalWarShogun2''? Fight enemy vehicles, ships and sending one board them instead of sinking them with cannons or ArrowsOnFire. Just remember to bring your infantry units inside will allow fleets to port for resupply so you to commandeer the vehicle.don't fight with a bunch of under-crewed ships.
14th Jun '16 2:49:29 AM eroock
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-->--'''Admiral Hurkk''', ''Franchise/StarWars'', on Rebel Nebulon-B frigates

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-->--'''Admiral -->-- '''Admiral Hurkk''', ''Franchise/StarWars'', on Rebel Nebulon-B frigates
6th Jun '16 5:53:40 PM 20person
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*** This can be difficult unless you have the Penetrator perk (which lets you shoot through obstacles), as the fusion core is located on the back of the armor.

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*** **** This can be difficult unless you have the Penetrator perk (which lets you shoot through obstacles), as the fusion core is located on the back of the armor.


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** Near the end of the Railroad's main quest, [[spoiler:after massacring the Brotherhood of Steel members (including NiceGirl Scribe Haylen) inside the Cambridge Police Station, Tinker Tom will hijack a Brotherhood Vertibird to get you and Deacon aboard the ''[[CoolAirship Prydwen]]'' (the Brotherhood's mobile HQ). After the end of the main quest, the Vertibird can be summoned with a signal grenade to fly you to anywhere in the Commonwealth. If you destroy the Brotherhood as the Minutemen, they'll manage to salvage a Vertibird for transport purposes as well]].
6th Jun '16 5:41:52 PM 20person
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** It's possible to sneak up on an occupied suit, steal its fusion core, kill the operator when he bails out, replace the core, and take the suit for yourself.

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** It's possible to sneak up on an occupied suit, suit of power armor, steal its fusion core, kill the operator when he bails out, replace the core, and take the suit for yourself.yourself.
*** Alternatively, you can also shoot the fusion core, which causes it to blow up. If the occupant survived the explosion, they'll be forced to exit the armor, making them a much softer target. You'll need a new core to enter the armor though.
**** This can be difficult unless you have the Penetrator perk (which lets you shoot through obstacles), as the fusion core is located on the back of the armor.
*** In either case, the armor will be marked as owned. This means using it is technically considered stealing by the game, which "nice" companions will disapprove of.


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* In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', the Soviet commando Natasha can [[SnipingTheCockpit snipe the cockpit]] of enemy vehicles, and sending one of your infantry units inside will allow you to commandeer the vehicle.
27th May '16 5:27:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* Happened during WWII to a great extent. The Germans used a great many captured tanks -- French ones were used as training, guard and anti-partisan units, Czech ones formed standard combat forces. In the Desert campaign, it was not unknown for both the Axis and Allied sides to scrounge and use each other's captured vehicles so long as the ammo and spares lasted, with Germans operating examples of practically every British tank, whilst so many Italian tanks were captured intact in early 1941 that they were used to equip entire ''armoured regiments''. In 1944, the Guards Armoured Division recycled captured Panthers as "Cuckoo" tanks. The Luftwaffe had a squadron of captured aircraft it used for spy missions, and the Kriegsmarine operated several captured submarines (for example UB-1, the former HMS ''Seal''). The Japanese used captured M3 Stuart tanks. A number of battles were initiated specifically to prevent the enemy from taking advantage of captured vehicles, most significantly the British bombardment of Mers-el-Kebir which sank three French battleships and killed a thousand French sailors.
* HMS Morse was a German U-Boat captured intact near Iceland. The ''Morse'' was used to patrol the approach routes to the German U-Boat bases in France: the reasoning being that a German crew so near home would relax and take her for a friendly vessel. Until...
* The Germans during WWI operated captured British tanks in addition to their own (since their own design was more cumbersome and took a long time to build).
* A standard tactic of LaResistance in pretty much any war ever.
* Ironically, the first fighter planes of the nascent Israeli Air Force were four Nazi-designed Messerschmitt BF 109s. Subverted since they were license-built postwar by Czechoslovakia, and due to a different engine were poor knock-offs of the original marks of the aircraft. Still it must have been a bit satisfying. In a further irony, they were flown against Egyptian Spitfires -- when most of their pilots had been flying British Spitfires against German Messerschmitts a few years before. The Israeli army also used thousands of Nazi rifles (which in some cases, still bore swastikas, though these were usually obliterated by stamping).
* Regarding the statement above, the renaming of enemy ships was common practice, just not amongst the British and American fleets. And the British took this rule to the extreme. During the Revolutionary War, the British took a ship called ''Ville de Paris'' (the City of Paris). This ship sank in a storm soon after it was captured, but a second ''Ville de Paris'' was commissioned twelve years later. The only problem was the time period: the second ''Ville de Paris'' was launched during the Napoleonic Wars, where she served admirably.
* [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Stewart_(DD-224) The peculiar case]] of USS ''Stewart'' (DD-224). ''Stewart'' was a ''Clemson''-class destroyer built in WWI, assigned to the Asiatic Fleet when WWII broke out. ''Stewart'' fought valiantly against superior Japanese opposition in the Asiatic Fleet's [[HopelessWar retreat from the Philippines to Indonesia to Australia]], but was badly damaged and had to be scuttled in Surabaya Harbor on February 22, 1942. Beginning in early 1943, American planes and submarines in the western Pacific started reporting attacks by a "ghost ship" of sorts. She had Japanese-style trunked funnels and a raked-tripod mast, but still had the unmistakable silhouette of a classic American "Four-Stacker." The Japanese had refloated ''Stewart'', given her some cosmetic alterations to avoid friendly fire by looking more Japanese, and commissioned her as Patrol Craft 102. In Japanese service, she was partially responsible for the sinking of USS ''Harder'' (SS-257) in 1944. She was repossessed by the US Navy after the war's end, but since there was already a new ship named USS ''Stewart'', she was called "RAMP-224" (RAMP stands for "Recovered Allied Military Personnel"--rescued [=POWs=]) and transported former [=POWs=] back to the States. She was then decommissioned and sunk for target practice.
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* Happened during WWII to a great extent. The Germans used a great many captured tanks -- French ones were used as training, guard and anti-partisan units, Czech ones formed standard combat forces. In the Desert campaign, it was not unknown for both the Axis and Allied sides to scrounge and use each other's captured vehicles so long as the ammo and spares lasted, with Germans operating examples of practically every British tank, whilst so many Italian tanks were captured intact in early 1941 that they were used to equip entire ''armoured regiments''. In 1944, the Guards Armoured Division recycled captured Panthers as "Cuckoo" tanks. The Luftwaffe had a squadron of captured aircraft it used for spy missions, and the Kriegsmarine operated several captured submarines (for example UB-1, the former HMS ''Seal''). The Japanese used captured M3 Stuart tanks. A number of battles were initiated specifically to prevent the enemy from taking advantage of captured vehicles, most significantly the British bombardment of Mers-el-Kebir which sank three French battleships and killed a thousand French sailors.
* HMS Morse was a German U-Boat captured intact near Iceland. The ''Morse'' was used to patrol the approach routes to the German U-Boat bases in France: the reasoning being that a German crew so near home would relax and take her for a friendly vessel. Until...
* The Germans during WWI operated captured British tanks in addition to their own (since their own design was more cumbersome and took a long time to build).
* A standard tactic of LaResistance in pretty much any war ever.
* Ironically, the first fighter planes of the nascent Israeli Air Force were four Nazi-designed Messerschmitt BF 109s. Subverted since they were license-built postwar by Czechoslovakia, and due to a different engine were poor knock-offs of the original marks of the aircraft. Still it must have been a bit satisfying. In a further irony, they were flown against Egyptian Spitfires -- when most of their pilots had been flying British Spitfires against German Messerschmitts a few years before. The Israeli army also used thousands of Nazi rifles (which in some cases, still bore swastikas, though these were usually obliterated by stamping).
* Regarding the statement above, the renaming of enemy ships was common practice, just not amongst the British and American fleets. And the British took this rule to the extreme. During the Revolutionary War, the British took a ship called ''Ville de Paris'' (the City of Paris). This ship sank in a storm soon after it was captured, but a second ''Ville de Paris'' was commissioned twelve years later. The only problem was the time period: the second ''Ville de Paris'' was launched during the Napoleonic Wars, where she served admirably.
* [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Stewart_(DD-224) The peculiar case]] of USS ''Stewart'' (DD-224). ''Stewart'' was a ''Clemson''-class destroyer built in WWI, assigned to the Asiatic Fleet when WWII broke out. ''Stewart'' fought valiantly against superior Japanese opposition in the Asiatic Fleet's [[HopelessWar retreat from the Philippines to Indonesia to Australia]], but was badly damaged and had to be scuttled in Surabaya Harbor on February 22, 1942. Beginning in early 1943, American planes and submarines in the western Pacific started reporting attacks by a "ghost ship" of sorts. She had Japanese-style trunked funnels and a raked-tripod mast, but still had the unmistakable silhouette of a classic American "Four-Stacker." The Japanese had refloated ''Stewart'', given her some cosmetic alterations to avoid friendly fire by looking more Japanese, and commissioned her as Patrol Craft 102. In Japanese service, she was partially responsible for the sinking of USS ''Harder'' (SS-257) in 1944. She was repossessed by the US Navy after the war's end, but since there was already a new ship named USS ''Stewart'', she was called "RAMP-224" (RAMP stands for "Recovered Allied Military Personnel"--rescued [=POWs=]) and transported former [=POWs=] back to the States. She was then decommissioned and sunk for target practice.
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3rd May '16 4:19:29 AM JackG
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* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', the MirrorUniverse episode "[[Recap/StarTrekEnterpriseS04E18InAMirrorDarkly In A Mirror, Darkly]]". The Tholians steal the USS Defiant (in The Original Series episode "[[Recap/StarTrkS3E9TheTholianWeb The Tholian Web]]") only to have it stolen again by the Terran Empire, hoping to use the Defiant as a GameBreaker due to its technology a hundred years in advance of their own.

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* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', the MirrorUniverse episode "[[Recap/StarTrekEnterpriseS04E18InAMirrorDarkly In A Mirror, Darkly]]". The Tholians steal the USS Defiant (in The Original Series episode "[[Recap/StarTrkS3E9TheTholianWeb "[[Recap/StarTrekS3E9TheTholianWeb The Tholian Web]]") only to have it stolen again by the Terran Empire, hoping to use the Defiant as a GameBreaker due to its technology a hundred years in advance of their own.
3rd May '16 4:18:41 AM JackG
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* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', the MirrorUniverse episode "Recap/StarTrekEnterpriseS04E18InAMirrorDarkly In A Mirror, Darkly]]". The Tholians steal the USS Defiant (in The Original Series episode "[[Recap/StarTrkS3E9TheTholianWeb The Tholian Web]]") only to have it stolen again by the Terran Empire, hoping to use the Defiant as a GameBreaker due to its technology a hundred years in advance of their own.

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* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', the MirrorUniverse episode "Recap/StarTrekEnterpriseS04E18InAMirrorDarkly "[[Recap/StarTrekEnterpriseS04E18InAMirrorDarkly In A Mirror, Darkly]]". Darkly]]". The Tholians steal the USS Defiant (in The Original Series episode "[[Recap/StarTrkS3E9TheTholianWeb The Tholian Web]]") only to have it stolen again by the Terran Empire, hoping to use the Defiant as a GameBreaker due to its technology a hundred years in advance of their own.
3rd May '16 4:17:29 AM JackG
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* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', the MirrorUniverse episode "Recap/StarTrekEnterpriseS04E18InAMirrorDarkly In A Mirror, Darkly]]". The Tholians steal the USS Defiant (in The Original Series episode "[[Recap/StarTrkS3E9TheTholianWeb The Tholian Web]]") only to have it stolen again by the Terran Empire, hoping to use the Defiant as a GameBreaker due to its technology a hundred years in advance of their own.
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