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He'd probably try to brush it off by saying it's nothing compared to the power of the Force... and then cue the magic.
I can already tell that the Imperials are going to have a terrible time making sense of things. This amuses me.
Anyway, getting a post up; I apologise if it's my last tonight.
Just wait for them to break out the Chinese, and make the Imperials lose any understanding they had before. Also, I'd appreciate it if you didn't capitalize my handle. Thank you.
And Fate's magic includes moving faster than the eye can see and flight. Poor guy. Well, at least the ship's in better condition.
Force of habit.
Well, yeah. Poor guy really isn't getting any breaks, it seems.
I'm starting to feel sorry for the Imperials. Now for quite a bit of Chinese swearing.
I hope the smugness/disdain is palpable; Praji doesn't take kindly to (ugh) Rimmers.
Anyway, that's my last post for the night.
I'm just waiting for the OK on my principle bridge crew, then the Iliad's getting thrown out of subspace into the middle of it all.
And now it turns out that a six year old is technically the highest ranking person on the ship. Well... really it's a few months, but physically six.
Well, that was a colorful response. Please don't ask me to translate the Chinese. It was heavy swearing.
Whenever Chinese shows up in Firefly, it normally is.
Heh. Well, things just got more interesting...
It describes what the Alliance does with dogs and frogs, and what the Empire does with their mothers.
edited 11th Dec '11 4:02:05 PM by deathpigeon
Vivio presumably owns the Cradle in the same way that the Queen owns England.
Actually, there is one piece of the Chinese I probably should translate as it isn't swearing... Lien Mohn means Alliance.
The main difference is that the Cradle is going to turn off soon if Vivio isn't reinstalled. Oh dear.
This sounds cool. I'm in another RP atm, but I might give this one a try.
You can probably guess what my ship will be.
edited 11th Dec '11 4:17:54 PM by Joesolo
That would be awesome! Anyway, you should probably go to the sign-up thread.
We already have the Devastator... That's gonna end badly, isn't it?
If by "Badly" you mean a crazy stunt involving shuttle codes, threats, high explosives, traps, manipulation, and a rubber duck, then yes. Yes it is.
edited 11th Dec '11 4:22:35 PM by Joesolo
Why a rubber duck?
You'll just have to wait and find out.
I will not forget it though.
... The two largest ships, if I have things in my head right, are designed to colonise a world or, in the case of the Cradle, act as a base for subjugating them. By force.
Actually, I think they're both for the latter.
Actually, the Macross 7 is for the former. It only has such an impressive arsenal for self defense, as there are some very nasty things out there in space.
...Also I'm wondering if I should just wait until tomorrow to post something. Hmmm.
edited 11th Dec '11 4:42:07 PM by Moerin
... Why would you conquer a world with a city full of civilians in tow?
edited 11th Dec '11 4:42:44 PM by RainehDaze
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