Your opinion is not necessarily mine; Your opinion is not fact; Your opinion is not absolute. Your opinion is a perspective.
The presence that Lok senses begins to press against his mind with a force unlike any he has felt before. Then it disappears suddenly to moments the crystals light up right in front of him, the crystals now feeding of Lok. The path ahead of him is seemingly clear.
After a long trek he arrives into another chamber. Much like the entrance chamber in shape, although not size. Two large doors leads further into the temple, the one to the left has crumbled and is blocked by large boulders of rock. again, it is seemingly collapsed on purpose. The path to the left leads down.
As the force lightning strikes the beast, the beast only seems to become more aggressive as if it wasn't the first time had suffered the touch of such a power. It picks up a large stone table of throws it across the room
People probably came here on a misclick like me. Don't get excited xD
I say no on the latter. I am not going to micromanage every single vessel. That sounds like A) We are cutting down navies so much we might as well rely on law enforcement vessels. B) Or a tedious nightmare.
Also (sry about the spam). What about armies, are they to be downsized as well? I guess it would depend on how much we cut down the fleets. A single nebula can carry 1600 troops.
I might be missing something, but isn't this already explained in the guidelines?
There was always supposed to be two gamemasters. Problem was resources in terms of people. Not sure a second GM, and in some instances an EM on top of that will help.
And resisting a smaller SSD could mean surviving a superlaser shot or turbolaser volley at least once before shields fail. The former perhaps the most unlikely scenario xD
I would favor smaller fleets, but I would like to have more of them then. naturally the rules how how many you can command and under what circumstances would still apply.
Having enough fleets to apply true offensive and perhaps more relevant and plausible, defensive strategies that do not require direct oversight, would allow for greater strategy and planning on a galactic/factionwide scale
A few notes:
- Technically, EVERYTHING is outdated due to the timeline we follow, it is not unfair in my opinion to quote on your faction military page that all vessels are equipped with the latest in tech.
- The Nebula is said to be able to resist a smaller SSD in a one on one battle. IMO that is exaggeration, just as how an Imperious is supposed to be able to hold off an entire fleet. Not to mention fleet could mean 30 SD's. Or 5 corvettes...
The moment that Lok and DI steps into the tunnel, they notice that at the far end, a few crystals suddenly light up and then fades after a short moment. Now crystals further towards them light up, and then fade again. This continues going further and further towards them as if someone was approaching them from the far end. DI's scans do not seem to pick up anything, although using the force Lok can sense a presence there. At the same time, the presence seem to disappear everything the crystals fade.
Having chosen the path that goes up Azrael finds himself climbing for a while until he ends up in one of the temple spires. He enters a room and the crystals light it up. It reveals a laboratorium of sorts, a place once used for experimenting with Sith Alchemy. Inside large nieces built into the surrounding walls are cages, large as well as small. Bones from various creatures are spread around the room as well as the bones from humans and other aliens.
From a large breached cage, a green glow begins to emanate, and the ground shakes as a deep rumbling roar fills the room. A large Chrysalide enters and gazes upon its first feed in centuries, the Sith Alchemy combined with the force nexuses in the temple having kept it alive long past its due.
As Azrael leaves, Lok notices how the crystals providing light to the entrance hall fades a little, showing that the strength of the light depends on how many are in the room. Like so many sith creations, this one illuminates based of the force energy of those from whom they slowly feed as if they were alive.
Azrael finds himself going through a short tunnel, only to arrive at another cross section. One paths goes up, and another goes down.
*Azraels attempt is foiled as he finds his ability to sense his surroundings with the force blocked.
The entrance to the temple was open. The old doors seemingly blown open thousands of years ago by unknown forces. The crumbling yet still majestic temple, rose above them, the symbol of an all seeing eye marking the pillars. As the two of them walk inside, the smell of death perpetrates the air, the residue of long past horrors so horrifying that their very memory is trapped by the force nexuses in and around the temple.
Hidden crystals on the roofs and walls light up at their presence, illuminating some parts of he temple, yet still leaves many walls and corners unlit due to the poor state of the temple.
The entrance chamber a fairly large hall marked by grand statues on each side. Dark hooded figures, clad in armor and with long spear like weapons. It is only upon a second gaze that their notice the dark figures laying on the grounds, scattered across the temple, some dressed in imperial uniforms carrying the same marking of the Old Sith Empire, a few even resemble the statues, and others simply appear to be those unfortunate enough to have come across the temple in their travels
At the the end of the hallway, three paths leads further into the temple, a fourth has crumbled over the years. Or perhaps it was deliberately blocked.
FYI. I was always in favor of system. You opposed because you liked calling your fleets Battlegroups so damn much you forced me to change the name for half a Federation fleet from battlegroup to battlesquadron xD
The true joke is perhaps that a dog capable of sniffing out explosives, is worth more than the soldier handling it? xD
I myself am not as sure.
If I summed of the general consensus of the women in my life, all men would be on the fast track to either enslavement or extinction xD
Problem is, if we don't fix our problem first, were going to have Chinese colonies, American colonies, European colonies and so forth and we will bring our problems with us :P
The way I see it, the more globalized we are. The less likely we are to wage war on one another due to us being more or less dependent on each other.
That said, countries not being self sufficient/reliant on others for food, power etc. The worse we are off when ever a major catastrophe hits, natural or otherwise.
Well, to be fair. I only hold the rank of commodore. Not my decision. I think?
And a happy holidays to you my friend!
Found out its an app called GarageBand and it costs a few bucks. Probably not what you are looking for, but here's a link anyway.
I actually might know of one, but I'm afraid I do not know the name. I'll ask some buddies of mine :)
Awesome. Sounds good.
Live-recording or did you use a program?
Nice. Better than anything I ever achieved anyway xD
A must read for all the haters.
More power? This isn't a Nazi charity! D:<
Removing someones rights on the group doesn't remove the creator tags... Was about to have a real Palpatine moment ;(
Ori, let me know when you want your rights back. I'm just too... heartbroken... to do it right know. *Sniff*
My door is open anytime. Although I would prefer a little donation each month to food and such ;)
Speaking of Creator badges. What's up with that? Lol
Looks out of place.