- Feb 3, 2011
Sounds like an EMT to me if it can knock out a ship like that.
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Let's see what actually happens.Wohoo, Alien counter-offensive.
Now I think it kinda spoils to predict whats going to happen, therefore just one last time im going to predict
The drones will unleash whatever is inside the ship, and make "human" superiority work again, or the ship crashes and the ground crew finds a new ship.
Thats it, no more predicitions
I think you mean EMP.Sounds like an EMT to me if it can knock out a ship like that.
My definition of disarray is the robots trying to get back into formation while their fellow robots were getting blown apart.I have a hard time imagining a robot army in disarray. They wouldn't get confused like humans. I'd expect to pursue their goal with one-minded purpose, like Terminator.
Seems like the Langobards were lucky once again. Nothing will stop them.
Yup, we'll see if it'll get some time to shine later into the AAR.A tank that can tunnel through the ground? That sounds awesome and incredibly handy.
You won't think that if they're trying to kill you.Those robot spiders look too awesome to want to kill.
I have my suspicions that none of the Langobards have seen any horror movies, let alone ones with spiders in them. Do they even have time to film full length features while running for their lives from an endless stream of hostile aliens and robots? They must have so little entertainment between each near death encounter.
You mean eaten by a giant robotic spider.This is how the Langobard adventure ends: eaten by robotic spiders.