Author Topic: Missile pwnage... will we be able to throw nukes on planets?  (Read 4820 times)

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Offline FraktuRe

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Re: Missile pwnage... will we be able to throw nukes on planets?
^You mean Demetrius, but yes.
Or something.
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Offline Angelus

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Re: Missile pwnage... will we be able to throw nukes on planets?
yeah, right. It's Demetruis. Fixored.

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Offline newman

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Re: Missile pwnage... will we be able to throw nukes on planets?
We've seen what happens when you jump a ship very close to another ship at the end of season 4. I'd wager anything in a certain radius of the FTL will get pulled in. Problem is that radius tends to be very close to the ship doing the jump, so you're more likely to be ripped apart then pulled in. It might be possible for a raptor to be pulled into a jump if it's very close to a much larger ship. But say the Colonial One pulling a Cloud 9 into a jump.. no way. The only thing it would do if it jumped while extremely close to the 9 is cause extreme damage to the ship.
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Offline IronForge

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Re: Missile pwnage... will we be able to throw nukes on planets?
Allright, so why not dock with the FTL capable ship right next to them? From  the show I can see they had at least 3 minutes...