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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 5:19 am

Kobialka wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Tiel wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:


the Arslanian Empire!

Nice joke.

Wat? I don't even get the joke I supposedly made... ELABORATE.



Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
What power is the Arslanian Empire based off?
Rainbows?
You off all people should know that the industrial production of rainbow-based products is banned.

No, the Arslanian empire has 9 fusion cores on it's oceanic home planetoid/satellite (moon of a ringed gas giant).

9 fusion cores?
without antimatter cores you won´t stand a chance against a battle robot from the future.
Depending on the actual power of the bot you might even need Force-crystals, ZPMs or something similar.


This planetoid is small and the fusion cores are quite large. Each is protected by it's own shield. we also have antimatter warheads(Though small, they pack a pretty good punch.) And once we trace the location of this bot, we will blow the S**t out of it. the zero point energy crystals are being studied ATM. so yeah.

Small?
I consider anything below 1/2 kg of antimatter as small.
That´s like... nothing compared to the MAC you want to use against that thing.

I consider below a kg small, they are .98 kg warheads, as for the MAC we are building one of those on an under construction ship.

MAc or Super-MAC?
Because it would take a Super-MAC if that robot is only half as powerful as it claims to be.


MAC... we will also be working on a High planetary orbit S-MAC after the warship is done.


PS This week is the best time to be living on the east cost!!! /sarcasm

no. it would take a BIG MAC. those things are huge.

Pleas eprovide me with a link to said BIG MAC, as I don´t really know what you mean.
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 5:45 am

Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
Kobialka wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Tiel wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:


the Arslanian Empire!

Nice joke.

Wat? I don't even get the joke I supposedly made... ELABORATE.



Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
What power is the Arslanian Empire based off?
Rainbows?
You off all people should know that the industrial production of rainbow-based products is banned.

No, the Arslanian empire has 9 fusion cores on it's oceanic home planetoid/satellite (moon of a ringed gas giant).

9 fusion cores?
without antimatter cores you won´t stand a chance against a battle robot from the future.
Depending on the actual power of the bot you might even need Force-crystals, ZPMs or something similar.


This planetoid is small and the fusion cores are quite large. Each is protected by it's own shield. we also have antimatter warheads(Though small, they pack a pretty good punch.) And once we trace the location of this bot, we will blow the S**t out of it. the zero point energy crystals are being studied ATM. so yeah.

Small?
I consider anything below 1/2 kg of antimatter as small.
That´s like... nothing compared to the MAC you want to use against that thing.

I consider below a kg small, they are .98 kg warheads, as for the MAC we are building one of those on an under construction ship.

MAc or Super-MAC?
Because it would take a Super-MAC if that robot is only half as powerful as it claims to be.


MAC... we will also be working on a High planetary orbit S-MAC after the warship is done.


PS This week is the best time to be living on the east cost!!! /sarcasm

no. it would take a BIG MAC. those things are huge.

Please provide me with a link to said BIG MAC, as I don´t really know what you mean.
I think he's making a reference to the McDonald's hamburger...
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 11:12 am

Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
Kobialka wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Tiel wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:


the Arslanian Empire!

Nice joke.

Wat? I don't even get the joke I supposedly made... ELABORATE.



Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
What power is the Arslanian Empire based off?
Rainbows?
You off all people should know that the industrial production of rainbow-based products is banned.

No, the Arslanian empire has 9 fusion cores on it's oceanic home planetoid/satellite (moon of a ringed gas giant).

9 fusion cores?
without antimatter cores you won´t stand a chance against a battle robot from the future.
Depending on the actual power of the bot you might even need Force-crystals, ZPMs or something similar.


This planetoid is small and the fusion cores are quite large. Each is protected by it's own shield. we also have antimatter warheads(Though small, they pack a pretty good punch.) And once we trace the location of this bot, we will blow the S**t out of it. the zero point energy crystals are being studied ATM. so yeah.

Small?
I consider anything below 1/2 kg of antimatter as small.
That´s like... nothing compared to the MAC you want to use against that thing.

I consider below a kg small, they are .98 kg warheads, as for the MAC we are building one of those on an under construction ship.

MAc or Super-MAC?
Because it would take a Super-MAC if that robot is only half as powerful as it claims to be.


MAC... we will also be working on a High planetary orbit S-MAC after the warship is done.


PS This week is the best time to be living on the east cost!!! /sarcasm

no. it would take a BIG MAC. those things are huge.

Pleas eprovide me with a link to said BIG MAC, as I don´t really know what you mean.

here is your link
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 12:52 pm

Strategion Daynel wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
Kobialka wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Tiel wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:


the Arslanian Empire!

Nice joke.

Wat? I don't even get the joke I supposedly made... ELABORATE.



Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
What power is the Arslanian Empire based off?
Rainbows?
You off all people should know that the industrial production of rainbow-based products is banned.

No, the Arslanian empire has 9 fusion cores on it's oceanic home planetoid/satellite (moon of a ringed gas giant).

9 fusion cores?
without antimatter cores you won´t stand a chance against a battle robot from the future.
Depending on the actual power of the bot you might even need Force-crystals, ZPMs or something similar.


This planetoid is small and the fusion cores are quite large. Each is protected by it's own shield. we also have antimatter warheads(Though small, they pack a pretty good punch.) And once we trace the location of this bot, we will blow the S**t out of it. the zero point energy crystals are being studied ATM. so yeah.

Small?
I consider anything below 1/2 kg of antimatter as small.
That´s like... nothing compared to the MAC you want to use against that thing.

I consider below a kg small, they are .98 kg warheads, as for the MAC we are building one of those on an under construction ship.

MAc or Super-MAC?
Because it would take a Super-MAC if that robot is only half as powerful as it claims to be.


MAC... we will also be working on a High planetary orbit S-MAC after the warship is done.


PS This week is the best time to be living on the east cost!!! /sarcasm

no. it would take a BIG MAC. those things are huge.

Please provide me with a link to said BIG MAC, as I don´t really know what you mean.
I think he's making a reference to the McDonald's hamburger...

Oh, wait-what?
You´re trying to beat a super-battle-robot with a medium sized hamburger?
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 1:26 pm

Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
super-battle-robot

How do we know it's not the Mars Pathfinder pissed that we left it on Mars?
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 1:30 pm

High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
super-battle-robot

How do we know it's not the Mars Pathfinder pissed that we left it on Mars?

Cause the mars pathfinder doesn´t have a language module?

Also,...
wait.
We don´t have any evidence that the threat is real!
Everyone go back home and have a nice day, now!
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 1:36 pm

Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
super-battle-robot

How do we know it's not the Mars Pathfinder pissed that we left it on Mars?

Cause the mars pathfinder doesn´t have a language module?

Also,...
wait.
We don´t have any evidence that the threat is real!
Everyone go back home and have a nice day, now!

How do you know the Pathfinder does not have a language module with them US gov't being all secretive and such?!
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 1:41 pm

High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
High Lictor Arslan wrote:
Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
super-battle-robot

How do we know it's not the Mars Pathfinder pissed that we left it on Mars?

Cause the mars pathfinder doesn´t have a language module?

Also,...
wait.
We don´t have any evidence that the threat is real!
Everyone go back home and have a nice day, now!

How do you know the Pathfinder does not have a language module with them US gov't being all secretive and such?!

I don´t think they had developed language modules back then.
Also, the pathfinder wouldn´t have needed one, so they propable didn´t install one.
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 5:24 pm

>Incoming Transmission<
[Sender ID Tracked! Signal originating from Mars!]

I have been programmed to take American Hamburgers.

I run on Hamburgers taken from American Fatties.

Resistance is futile. I cannot be reasoned with.

I cannot be bargained with. Except with Hamburgers.

>End Transmission<
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 5:30 pm

*Buys a bag of hamburgers*

Spare me and you get the burgers.
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 7:03 pm

*Buys a hamburger ray*
....
*Fires at robot, Robot turns into transformerdonald*
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What?
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sat Oct 27, 2012 7:53 pm

I'm not fat... but I will cook 3 hamburgers for you once per week if you spare me.
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sun Oct 28, 2012 5:27 am

Wait a second, you're here to take all the hamburgers from the Americans?
And possibly even destroy McDonald's?

Ladies and gentlemen, this robot is a hero! It might even save the world!
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sun Oct 28, 2012 5:36 am

Strategion Daynel wrote:
Wait a second, you're here to take all the hamburgers from the Americans?
And possibly even destroy McDonald's?

Ladies and gentlemen, this robot is a hero! It might even save the world!

I don´t think hamburgers will destroy mankind.
It will be the Xorda or some gamma-ray burst.
Or WW3, depending on which timeline we´re in...
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sun Oct 28, 2012 10:05 am

Surp. Grm. Ivan Kintobor wrote:
Strategion Daynel wrote:
Wait a second, you're here to take all the hamburgers from the Americans?
And possibly even destroy McDonald's?

Ladies and gentlemen, this robot is a hero! It might even save the world!

I don´t think hamburgers will destroy mankind.
It will be the Xorda or some gamma-ray burst.
Or WW3, depending on which timeline we´re in...

Its gonna be WW3.
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sun Oct 28, 2012 10:45 am

Ahem.
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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sun Oct 28, 2012 10:58 am

No it will be giant firebreathing owls

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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Sun Oct 28, 2012 2:35 pm

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No it will be giant firebreathing owls with bombs orbiting Earth.

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PostSubject: Re: Incoming Transmission.   Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:56 am

Tiel wrote:
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Sharpen your axes, boys. They're getting out of the boat.

Axes work real well against two inches of armor, I'd imagine.

[All the way back to the top for a sec]

They do if they're laser axes.

It's like a laser scalpels. Sorta.
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