All of the thanks to goes to Carnius for a great mod, I am thankful that you are kind enough to make this for me and the rest of the CNC community, without caring about any kind of pay or reimbersment. I and, I believe the rest of the CNC community really just want to say, THANKS CARNIUS! and thank you for coming to TEF.

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Smallchange Creator
Smallchange Jul 3 2012, 2:57am says:

Very Nice.

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Starfox100 Creator
Starfox100 Jul 5 2012, 10:22am says:

I thought those things normally shred enemies apart like horror movies.

But to attack 1st a human neck... its a start.

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-Redeemer- Author
-Redeemer- Jul 7 2012, 5:09pm replied:

Yea, those blood effects in TE kinda suggest that^^
But I thought why send buzzers to attack parts that might be secured by body armor, if you can attack a much more vulnerable area? And there flows a lot of blood in the neck^^

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Captain26618
Captain26618 Jul 8 2012, 12:19am says:

Awesome.

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Another Scrin picture I made for fun. I hope you guys like it. It revolves around the scrin trying to use any weakness the humans possess for their advantage. This time it is about the highly important but also vulnerable area of the neck. The left picture is an illustration, the right one is a MRT picture of the highlighted area. It is a horizontal cut with a caudal view.
To anyone who wonders what the marked areas are but doesnt know anatomy or wants some detailed information:
The left X is the vena jugularis externe. The right X is the vena jugularis interna. Venes transport blood to the heart. These two are also called jugular veins. The middle bottom X is the spinal cord inside the vertebral column (more exactly: this picture shows the 6th Cervical vertebrae).
Now lets get to the translation :)
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OVERLORD COMAND CENTER

SECURITY LEVEL KHARGBLAARG (hahaha^^)
FULL ACCESS GRANTED
OPENING BUZZER CONTROL
UPLOADING INFORMATION

WEAKNESS DETECTED

WEAK DEFENSE TISSUE

MAIN SUPPLY MECHANISMS

MAIN CONTROL CONJUNCTION

CHANGING MAIN PARAMETERS
. . . . .
NEW TARGETS VERIFIED

COMBAT EFFECTIVITY HIGHLY RAISED

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