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Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
"Sol is doomed. We're all ****ed now. We should have listened to Byrne."

In that order.

 

Offline Drogoth

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Considering I spent the entire mission uttering profanities and deliberately wiped the mission several times because I refused to disarm to Iolanthe or Denaira.. I was super jacked.

My reaction to the end segment of the mission in this order

"No ****ing way, Carthage get the hell out of here. You UEF bastards will pay for this. Whats this? **** YEAH. Eat it Katana."

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Offline redsniper

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Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
I thought he just meant seconds per frame...
In case you didn't know, low FPS (particularly if it's fractional) can reduce beam damage to silly values (because of how the game handles beams). That's the point of the joke.

In case you didn't know, the reason everyone thought it was so funny at first was because they thought he meant SPF as in Sun Protection Factor. Like the measure of how much sunscreen protects you from UV expsoure. Like the crew of the Indus is experiencing an SPF breach. Like no amount of sunscreen can save them now. :blah:
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The future makes happy, if you make it yourself.
No war; think about happy things."   -WouterSmitssm

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Offline MatthTheGeek

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Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
Now that I didn't know. I don't think many people did.
People are stupid, therefore anything popular is at best suspicious.

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Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
I'll bet it's a US thing actually.
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Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
I thought he just meant seconds per frame...
In case you didn't know, low FPS (particularly if it's fractional) can reduce beam damage to silly values (because of how the game handles beams). That's the point of the joke.

In case you didn't know, the reason everyone thought it was so funny at first was because they thought he meant SPF as in Sun Protection Factor. Like the measure of how much sunscreen protects you from UV expsoure. Like the crew of the Indus is experiencing an SPF breach. Like no amount of sunscreen can save them now. :blah:
May I do the belated "I MEANT BOTH" in an obvious and desperate attempt to appear witty?
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Offline borizz

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Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
I'll bet it's a US thing actually.

Actually, I'm Dutch and that's printed on bottles of sunscreen here. So that was also the first thing that popped into my mind when I read that joke.

 

Offline Drogoth

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I'll bet it's a US thing actually.

Actually, I'm Dutch and that's printed on bottles of sunscreen here. So that was also the first thing that popped into my mind when I read that joke.

Ditto, except swap Dutch for canadian
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Offline redsniper

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Okay, maybe Matth just never noticed. :p
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The future makes happy, if you make it yourself.
No war; think about happy things."   -WouterSmitssm

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Offline MatthTheGeek

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Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
How would I ? Sunscreen is for people who go outside.
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666maslo666: Releasing a finished product is not a good thing! It is a modern fad.

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Axem: when you put it like that, i sound like an insane person

bigchunk1: it's not retarded it's american!
bigchunk1: ...

batwota: steele's maneuvering for the coup de gras
MatthTheGeek: you mispelled grâce
Awaesaar: grace
batwota: oh right :P
Darius: ah!
Darius: yes, i like that
MatthTheGeek: the way you just spelled it it means fat
Awaesaar: +accent I forgot how to keyboard
MatthTheGeek: or grease
Darius: the killing fat!
Axem: jabba does the coup de gras
MatthTheGeek: XD
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Offline TwentyPercentCooler

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Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
I have to use SPF 100 when I go outside. ):

 
Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
"More food..... Excellent.."
"......What? Guardianed Turrets? DAMN YOU BATTUTA!!1one"

Something along those lines.
"Neutrality means that you don't really care, cuz the struggle goes on even when you're not there: Blind and unaware."

"We still believe in all the things that we stood by before,
and after everything we've seen here maybe even more.
I know we're not the only ones, and we were not the first,
and unapologetically we'll stand behind each word."

 
Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
"More food..... Excellent.."
"......What? Guardianed Turrets? DAMN YOU BATTUTA!!1one"

Something along those lines.

"Captain, we're getting a Priority One transmission from the Carthage...it says that the fighter designated 'Deva 2' is confirmed to be QuantumDelta."
"QuantumDelta?! Active the Plot Armor NOW! Divert power from auxiliary beam cannons if you have to! Deploy all available wings to provide close escort of our forward beams!"
 "Plot Armor engaged, sir!"
"Deploy bomber wings to several of their flanks, no closer than seven clicks out! We need to do everything we can to draw that monster away from the fight."
"Captain, Deva 2 is still incoming, by himself! No, wait, there's a support ship following him in!"
"Overdrive the point-defense beams and pulse turrets! All hands, brace for emergency maneuvers!"

 :p
« Last Edit: October 07, 2012, 01:17:32 pm by SaltyWaffles »
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Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
Id argue receiving that transmission would warrant immediate surrender.  I know I would, or I would at least withdraw.

Then meson bomb the site from orbit, the only way to be sure.
« Last Edit: October 04, 2012, 01:02:00 am by QuakeIV »

 

Offline borizz

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Completely failed to give my first thoughts. They were:

When the massive subspace transit line should play I thought nothing. When the cutscene started and you see that destroyer sliding in I thought "Oh... ****."
Then proceeded to stay very close to Indus.

The fact that you actually have to do what your orders specify in BP2 is very nice (and got me killed on several occasions). I'm used to disobey orders by FS2 command. They're tards.

 
Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
Reading an incoming "well, actually..." from Battuta!
The good Christian should beware of mathematicians, and all those who make empty prophecies. The danger already exists that the mathematicians have made a covenant with the devil to darken the spirit and to confine man in the bonds of Hell.

 
Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
I honestly thought the Shivans were about to appear and perform a kill steal on the Carthage, but then the cutscene played and I was thrown back into WiH's reality in a split second. I wasn't completely wrong judging by that Sathanas waiting in subspace to defeat us if the Carthage did get destroyed though. Would've been interesting if you could trigger the Sathanas to arrive -just- as the Imperieuse and it's group arrives, suddenly the whole situation might be a lot different..
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- George Orwell

 

Offline An4ximandros

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Sensors Officer: "Sir! incoming subspace transit!"

Rear Admiral Leinonin: "Impossible, what is it?"

Sensors Officer: "Sir it's... it's the Shivans! a Juggernaut has jumped in sir!"

Rear Admiral Leinonin: "Oh my Steele, inform the Admiral at once!"

 

Offline Aesaar

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Mr. Cuddles has arrived.

"Prepare to be hugged!"

 
Re: "Oh my God Katana, we're reading a massive incoming subspace transit..."
Doesn't Cuddles have his forward beams replaced with AAA ULTRAs? The Imperieuse has a better chance than it first appears.
The good Christian should beware of mathematicians, and all those who make empty prophecies. The danger already exists that the mathematicians have made a covenant with the devil to darken the spirit and to confine man in the bonds of Hell.