Green Machine 59

Green Machine 59
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  1. SGT Lewis March 27, 2017 4:01 pm

    Those 78 Lando Starbusters sure are sweet ships. Classic looks and easily modified, those things sure make the parsecs fly by. I think that was the model that sported the new titanium alloy and advanced composites many star ships are using to this day.

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    • Aaron Balogh March 27, 2017 7:32 pm

      And this particular ship was only flown once a month to get groceries by a little old pharon lady on Antares Episilon 4! All new upolstry! And because I like you…

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    • Octotroph April 2, 2017 5:24 am

      You’re confusing the 76 and the 78. The 76 was the first released with the new titanium alloy, but it only used the standard composites of the time. 77s had experimental comps, and by the time the 78 was released they’d ironed out the kinks of the penta-axel gyroscope (or “the classic Pentax gyro” as we know it today) to have it handle like a dream.
      On an unrelated note, the 78 was also the first ship to be modified to use the highly illegal “Bad Day Ray Gun” – you know, the one that uses the laser to both bore a hole through most hull composites and deliver a stream of data that brute-forced through on-board security programs and gave you root access to all faculties. These days, most mid-to-high end ships come installed with a tridecadic layered hyper-encrypted security system, which have buried the flaws of the octadic layered systems that were used when the “Bad Day” was banned.
      I mean, correct me if I’m wrong. I love being wrong and learning exactly where my knowledge was flawed so I can better become the expert I claim to be.

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      • Aaron Balogh April 2, 2017 2:35 pm

        Expert? You just pulled that all off of wikipedia didn’t you? 😀

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  2. SGT Lewis March 31, 2017 3:10 pm

    I think she got the groceries after a weekend of intense racing and victory sex. This explains why there is new upholstery.

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    • Aaron Balogh April 2, 2017 2:33 pm

      Well that went someplace unexpected.

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      • Ed8 August 25, 2017 1:21 am

        In the Dax Comments Section: Always Expect the Unexpected.

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  3. Ed8 August 25, 2017 1:23 am

    If that was a well made suit of armor, it wouldn’t take hardly any time at all to go, the appropriate parts would just fold away into the structure temporarily.

    If it was a REALLY well made suit, he wouldn’t even have to go anywhere at all! Some folks are uncomfortable with that at first, though.

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    • Aaron Balogh August 29, 2017 2:36 am

      That just sounds like pure fantasy techno-babble right there 😀

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