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#14 - This is one of the reasons cops are trained to shoot when they… 05/02/2015 on The screams +2
#7 - Only read some of what you said in spoiler, all I have t… 05/02/2015 on civil war 0
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#7 - I. ******* . Chuckled. 10/10 05/01/2015 on race war now +1
#3 - This. Like my marshmallows charred 05/01/2015 on marshmallows +1
#31 - You know it's literally a directed and shaped laser right? Of …  [+] (4 new replies) 05/01/2015 on Choose Your Dream +1
#32 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
kind of? the descriptions of it's mechanics vary. some say curved laser, some say contained plasma. if it's a high-power laser, then I can see the use there. if it's a contained section of heated plasma, less so.
User avatar #50 - epicalania (05/01/2015) [-]
A machine that can generate and shape heated plasma contained in something approximately the size of a broadsword hilt? (guessing on the size there but I doubt I'm too far off) that definitely has potential applications in every field of research and technology.
At a minimum a power supply, which is integral to many parts of todays society (and definitely has military aspects) also the fact that it can generate and shape heated plasma in a way that is safe to the user (assuming you don't cut your own limbs off) because your hands are right there on the hilt (literally the only actual machinery) without damaging your hands.

But seriously, a power supply as advanced as a lightsabers would drastically change so many things. With the power needed to function (either with curved laser or plasma) it would be an astronomical improvement from what we currently have.
#58 - greyblade (05/02/2015) [-]
that's a fair point. and it's not like battery tech couldn't use an improvement. we've not really made much progress in the last few decades.
User avatar #59 - epicalania (05/03/2015) [-]
And any improvement to power supplies would have major effects on pretty much all technology on earth
#29 - Wat You push a ******* button. And y…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/01/2015 on Choose Your Dream +2
#30 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
the button bit's easy. it's the hitting them and not you that takes practice.

but keeping it a secret would probably be best. though I don't think it'd have any large-scale weapon applications...
User avatar #31 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
You know it's literally a directed and shaped laser right? Of course it has weapon applications, maybe not death lasers Death Star but blasters probably.
#32 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
kind of? the descriptions of it's mechanics vary. some say curved laser, some say contained plasma. if it's a high-power laser, then I can see the use there. if it's a contained section of heated plasma, less so.
User avatar #50 - epicalania (05/01/2015) [-]
A machine that can generate and shape heated plasma contained in something approximately the size of a broadsword hilt? (guessing on the size there but I doubt I'm too far off) that definitely has potential applications in every field of research and technology.
At a minimum a power supply, which is integral to many parts of todays society (and definitely has military aspects) also the fact that it can generate and shape heated plasma in a way that is safe to the user (assuming you don't cut your own limbs off) because your hands are right there on the hilt (literally the only actual machinery) without damaging your hands.

But seriously, a power supply as advanced as a lightsabers would drastically change so many things. With the power needed to function (either with curved laser or plasma) it would be an astronomical improvement from what we currently have.
#58 - greyblade (05/02/2015) [-]
that's a fair point. and it's not like battery tech couldn't use an improvement. we've not really made much progress in the last few decades.
User avatar #59 - epicalania (05/03/2015) [-]
And any improvement to power supplies would have major effects on pretty much all technology on earth
#27 - You know, brings up the point that the government would just t…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/01/2015 on Choose Your Dream +2
#28 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
would they though? I have a lightsaber. and they don't know that I don't know how to use it.
User avatar #29 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Wat

You push a fucking button.

And yes. They would, and either detain you or actually kill you cuz "Lol lets get this shit so we can nuke people harder"
#30 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
the button bit's easy. it's the hitting them and not you that takes practice.

but keeping it a secret would probably be best. though I don't think it'd have any large-scale weapon applications...
User avatar #31 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
You know it's literally a directed and shaped laser right? Of course it has weapon applications, maybe not death lasers Death Star but blasters probably.
#32 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
kind of? the descriptions of it's mechanics vary. some say curved laser, some say contained plasma. if it's a high-power laser, then I can see the use there. if it's a contained section of heated plasma, less so.
User avatar #50 - epicalania (05/01/2015) [-]
A machine that can generate and shape heated plasma contained in something approximately the size of a broadsword hilt? (guessing on the size there but I doubt I'm too far off) that definitely has potential applications in every field of research and technology.
At a minimum a power supply, which is integral to many parts of todays society (and definitely has military aspects) also the fact that it can generate and shape heated plasma in a way that is safe to the user (assuming you don't cut your own limbs off) because your hands are right there on the hilt (literally the only actual machinery) without damaging your hands.

But seriously, a power supply as advanced as a lightsabers would drastically change so many things. With the power needed to function (either with curved laser or plasma) it would be an astronomical improvement from what we currently have.
#58 - greyblade (05/02/2015) [-]
that's a fair point. and it's not like battery tech couldn't use an improvement. we've not really made much progress in the last few decades.
User avatar #59 - epicalania (05/03/2015) [-]
And any improvement to power supplies would have major effects on pretty much all technology on earth
#25 - Fair enough.  [+] (10 new replies) 05/01/2015 on Choose Your Dream +2
#26 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
plus, the cool factor.


also, the technology in a single lightsaber would advance humanity by a fair chunk. force fields, high-capacity batteries, room-temperature superconductors, all kinds of shit.
User avatar #27 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
You know, brings up the point that the government would just take the Lightsaber and the pokemon for testing...
#28 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
would they though? I have a lightsaber. and they don't know that I don't know how to use it.
User avatar #29 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Wat

You push a fucking button.

And yes. They would, and either detain you or actually kill you cuz "Lol lets get this shit so we can nuke people harder"
#30 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
the button bit's easy. it's the hitting them and not you that takes practice.

but keeping it a secret would probably be best. though I don't think it'd have any large-scale weapon applications...
User avatar #31 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
You know it's literally a directed and shaped laser right? Of course it has weapon applications, maybe not death lasers Death Star but blasters probably.
#32 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
kind of? the descriptions of it's mechanics vary. some say curved laser, some say contained plasma. if it's a high-power laser, then I can see the use there. if it's a contained section of heated plasma, less so.
User avatar #50 - epicalania (05/01/2015) [-]
A machine that can generate and shape heated plasma contained in something approximately the size of a broadsword hilt? (guessing on the size there but I doubt I'm too far off) that definitely has potential applications in every field of research and technology.
At a minimum a power supply, which is integral to many parts of todays society (and definitely has military aspects) also the fact that it can generate and shape heated plasma in a way that is safe to the user (assuming you don't cut your own limbs off) because your hands are right there on the hilt (literally the only actual machinery) without damaging your hands.

But seriously, a power supply as advanced as a lightsabers would drastically change so many things. With the power needed to function (either with curved laser or plasma) it would be an astronomical improvement from what we currently have.
#58 - greyblade (05/02/2015) [-]
that's a fair point. and it's not like battery tech couldn't use an improvement. we've not really made much progress in the last few decades.
User avatar #59 - epicalania (05/03/2015) [-]
And any improvement to power supplies would have major effects on pretty much all technology on earth
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#23 - Yes, they'd melt. But you realize cops have rifles right...? I…  [+] (12 new replies) 05/01/2015 on Choose Your Dream +2
#24 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
depends on the country. cops over here don't tend to be armed.


and I was thinking more of sneaky-type bank robberies, with the saber being used to cut open vault's'n'shit.
User avatar #25 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Fair enough.
#26 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
plus, the cool factor.


also, the technology in a single lightsaber would advance humanity by a fair chunk. force fields, high-capacity batteries, room-temperature superconductors, all kinds of shit.
User avatar #27 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
You know, brings up the point that the government would just take the Lightsaber and the pokemon for testing...
#28 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
would they though? I have a lightsaber. and they don't know that I don't know how to use it.
User avatar #29 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Wat

You push a fucking button.

And yes. They would, and either detain you or actually kill you cuz "Lol lets get this shit so we can nuke people harder"
#30 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
the button bit's easy. it's the hitting them and not you that takes practice.

but keeping it a secret would probably be best. though I don't think it'd have any large-scale weapon applications...
User avatar #31 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
You know it's literally a directed and shaped laser right? Of course it has weapon applications, maybe not death lasers Death Star but blasters probably.
#32 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
kind of? the descriptions of it's mechanics vary. some say curved laser, some say contained plasma. if it's a high-power laser, then I can see the use there. if it's a contained section of heated plasma, less so.
User avatar #50 - epicalania (05/01/2015) [-]
A machine that can generate and shape heated plasma contained in something approximately the size of a broadsword hilt? (guessing on the size there but I doubt I'm too far off) that definitely has potential applications in every field of research and technology.
At a minimum a power supply, which is integral to many parts of todays society (and definitely has military aspects) also the fact that it can generate and shape heated plasma in a way that is safe to the user (assuming you don't cut your own limbs off) because your hands are right there on the hilt (literally the only actual machinery) without damaging your hands.

But seriously, a power supply as advanced as a lightsabers would drastically change so many things. With the power needed to function (either with curved laser or plasma) it would be an astronomical improvement from what we currently have.
#58 - greyblade (05/02/2015) [-]
that's a fair point. and it's not like battery tech couldn't use an improvement. we've not really made much progress in the last few decades.
User avatar #59 - epicalania (05/03/2015) [-]
And any improvement to power supplies would have major effects on pretty much all technology on earth
#21 - Well, yeah. Until the cops come after you. I mean, sure you ca…  [+] (14 new replies) 05/01/2015 on Choose Your Dream +2
#22 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
if the cops get that close, then the getaway driver's not worth what I'm paying them.

that said, I wouldn't even try to block bullets with a lightsaber. they go way too fast, and I expect they'd just melt rather than being deflected, which is not much of an improvement.
User avatar #23 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Yes, they'd melt. But you realize cops have rifles right...? It'd just take one shot to the leg from a couple meters out.
#24 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
depends on the country. cops over here don't tend to be armed.


and I was thinking more of sneaky-type bank robberies, with the saber being used to cut open vault's'n'shit.
User avatar #25 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Fair enough.
#26 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
plus, the cool factor.


also, the technology in a single lightsaber would advance humanity by a fair chunk. force fields, high-capacity batteries, room-temperature superconductors, all kinds of shit.
User avatar #27 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
You know, brings up the point that the government would just take the Lightsaber and the pokemon for testing...
#28 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
would they though? I have a lightsaber. and they don't know that I don't know how to use it.
User avatar #29 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Wat

You push a fucking button.

And yes. They would, and either detain you or actually kill you cuz "Lol lets get this shit so we can nuke people harder"
#30 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
the button bit's easy. it's the hitting them and not you that takes practice.

but keeping it a secret would probably be best. though I don't think it'd have any large-scale weapon applications...
User avatar #31 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
You know it's literally a directed and shaped laser right? Of course it has weapon applications, maybe not death lasers Death Star but blasters probably.
#32 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
kind of? the descriptions of it's mechanics vary. some say curved laser, some say contained plasma. if it's a high-power laser, then I can see the use there. if it's a contained section of heated plasma, less so.
User avatar #50 - epicalania (05/01/2015) [-]
A machine that can generate and shape heated plasma contained in something approximately the size of a broadsword hilt? (guessing on the size there but I doubt I'm too far off) that definitely has potential applications in every field of research and technology.
At a minimum a power supply, which is integral to many parts of todays society (and definitely has military aspects) also the fact that it can generate and shape heated plasma in a way that is safe to the user (assuming you don't cut your own limbs off) because your hands are right there on the hilt (literally the only actual machinery) without damaging your hands.

But seriously, a power supply as advanced as a lightsabers would drastically change so many things. With the power needed to function (either with curved laser or plasma) it would be an astronomical improvement from what we currently have.
#58 - greyblade (05/02/2015) [-]
that's a fair point. and it's not like battery tech couldn't use an improvement. we've not really made much progress in the last few decades.
User avatar #59 - epicalania (05/03/2015) [-]
And any improvement to power supplies would have major effects on pretty much all technology on earth
#19 - And then you cut off your arm because you have no actual train…  [+] (16 new replies) 05/01/2015 on Choose Your Dream +3
#20 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
oh probably.



nah, a leg's more likely. maybe a cut to the elbow or something? that said, even if you don't swing it around carelessly, a weapon that can cut through anything is quite useful. think of the bank robberies.
User avatar #21 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Well, yeah. Until the cops come after you. I mean, sure you can maybe block one or two shots, then your leg's shot out from under you and you fall on the blade. RIP
#22 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
if the cops get that close, then the getaway driver's not worth what I'm paying them.

that said, I wouldn't even try to block bullets with a lightsaber. they go way too fast, and I expect they'd just melt rather than being deflected, which is not much of an improvement.
User avatar #23 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Yes, they'd melt. But you realize cops have rifles right...? It'd just take one shot to the leg from a couple meters out.
#24 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
depends on the country. cops over here don't tend to be armed.


and I was thinking more of sneaky-type bank robberies, with the saber being used to cut open vault's'n'shit.
User avatar #25 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Fair enough.
#26 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
plus, the cool factor.


also, the technology in a single lightsaber would advance humanity by a fair chunk. force fields, high-capacity batteries, room-temperature superconductors, all kinds of shit.
User avatar #27 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
You know, brings up the point that the government would just take the Lightsaber and the pokemon for testing...
#28 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
would they though? I have a lightsaber. and they don't know that I don't know how to use it.
User avatar #29 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Wat

You push a fucking button.

And yes. They would, and either detain you or actually kill you cuz "Lol lets get this shit so we can nuke people harder"
#30 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
the button bit's easy. it's the hitting them and not you that takes practice.

but keeping it a secret would probably be best. though I don't think it'd have any large-scale weapon applications...
User avatar #31 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
You know it's literally a directed and shaped laser right? Of course it has weapon applications, maybe not death lasers Death Star but blasters probably.
#32 - greyblade (05/01/2015) [-]
kind of? the descriptions of it's mechanics vary. some say curved laser, some say contained plasma. if it's a high-power laser, then I can see the use there. if it's a contained section of heated plasma, less so.
User avatar #50 - epicalania (05/01/2015) [-]
A machine that can generate and shape heated plasma contained in something approximately the size of a broadsword hilt? (guessing on the size there but I doubt I'm too far off) that definitely has potential applications in every field of research and technology.
At a minimum a power supply, which is integral to many parts of todays society (and definitely has military aspects) also the fact that it can generate and shape heated plasma in a way that is safe to the user (assuming you don't cut your own limbs off) because your hands are right there on the hilt (literally the only actual machinery) without damaging your hands.

But seriously, a power supply as advanced as a lightsabers would drastically change so many things. With the power needed to function (either with curved laser or plasma) it would be an astronomical improvement from what we currently have.
#58 - greyblade (05/02/2015) [-]
that's a fair point. and it's not like battery tech couldn't use an improvement. we've not really made much progress in the last few decades.
User avatar #59 - epicalania (05/03/2015) [-]
And any improvement to power supplies would have major effects on pretty much all technology on earth
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#145 - funpunk (05/01/2015) [-]
You're missing out, my friend.
User avatar #112 - xecoq (05/01/2015) [-]
what he said ^
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User avatar #45 - thisxshitxisxhard (05/01/2015) [-]
i want it too
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User avatar #18 - fourfangedferret (05/01/2015) [-]
the zulu shields would turn musket balls unless they came straight on. they were just cape buffalo hide over woven elephant grass.
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User avatar #42 - thisxshitxisxhard (05/01/2015) [-]
its oc apearently
User avatar #43 - sptnfouroneseven (05/01/2015) [-]
Well, my point still remains. At least the latter, because fuck.
User avatar #45 - thisxshitxisxhard (05/01/2015) [-]
i want it too
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#11 - I'm fully aware, but the suit exists. Why would someone crosso…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/29/2015 on East meets West crossover... +1
User avatar #68 - donbionicle (04/29/2015) [-]
Probably because the person who made it never heard of Prototype? I certainly didn't until now.
#9 - I mean, Halo already has that... Why crossover it?  [+] (3 new replies) 04/29/2015 on East meets West crossover... +25
#10 - winstonamora (04/29/2015) [-]
I was also thinking the same, I did watched Halo Legends: The Prototype long ago, but that Prototype armor was pretty much in a Gundam style and confirmed as a part of the storyline in the Halo Universe, but isn't really a crossover to Gundam.
User avatar #11 - sptnfouroneseven (04/29/2015) [-]
I'm fully aware, but the suit exists. Why would someone crossover something that's pretty much in the universe already? That's like Merlin crossing over with Warcraft. Or Game of Thrones with Skyrim/Elder Scrolls.
User avatar #68 - donbionicle (04/29/2015) [-]
Probably because the person who made it never heard of Prototype? I certainly didn't until now.
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User avatar #1 - cryoticshell (12/28/2013) [-]
Content was deleted apparently. Basically what I said was there's no way anyone can REALLY say that Chief didn't love Cortana, no matter what augmentations he went through. They both loved each other, despite Chief not being allowed to and Cortana being an AI.

I then continued to say that Cortana has no real way to return since she was fragmented beyond repair in the Didact's ship and her chip was destroyed as well. But, at the same time, the Forerunners were officially labled as extinct by Bungie, but 343 undid that too by having the Didact still in his Cryptum.

Now, there's a CHANCE that the Didact returned to his Cryptum, the writer of the Cryptum trilogy hasn't done the 3rd book though. So he could die to the absolute extinct of what death really is, not just what the Forerunners could save (though they don't resurrect themselves or anything) and so there was a chance that the Didact could actually not have a chance of being in the current part of the storyline. Now, the Didact has to return to his Cryptum at some point in the trilogy.
User avatar #2 to #1 - sptnfouroneseven (12/28/2013) [-]
Oh no I didn't say that John wasn't allowed, he literally does not have the ability to love someone. None of the Spartans did, especially Spartan IIs. They were bred for two purposes, war and moral.

And I don't follow any of the new Halo lore, they ****** it up by saying that Ancient Humans rivaled the Forerunners in technology and were at war with them when the first Flood outbreak occurred. And it would be impossible for Cortana to come back either way because she was a Smart AI, they turn rampant after several years and destroy themselves from within, essentially eating all their data.
User avatar #3 to #2 - cryoticshell (12/28/2013) [-]
Sorry, didn't mean that you said he wasn't allowed, i meant that through the augmentations and whatnot he wasn't allowed. But, to me, it definitely appeared that John loved Cortana, despite the augs. Also, Chief (very certainly sure) wasn't bred for the Spartan II program, he was chosen like the rest. I think it was Contact Harvest that Keys and Halsey went to where he was and found him playing King of the Hill with the rest of the kids there, winning obviously.

And as for the Ancient Humans part goes, why is that so had to believe? One species had the best technology in the galaxy, another species at the time can use it, why can't they (my theory) reverse engineer it? That would mean they're close, but the Forerunners are still more advanced because the Humans aren't creating their own.

Also, the cause of the Human/Forerunner war was the Flood outbreak (not sure exactly what you were saying with it). The humans were running from the Flood, and because of that it seemed like they were trying to expand over the galaxy for greedy purposes (point of view of the Forerunners) and so they (Fore's) attacked the humans, causing the Flood to gain the advantage in the galaxy.
User avatar #4 to #3 - sptnfouroneseven (12/28/2013) [-]
When I said "Bred for" I meant with the augments and training. Literally breeding something for a certain aspect takes generations. But It was a fairly poor choice of words I suppose. The book was also Fall of Reach by the way.

And my thing about the Ancient Humans part is that where's the evidence on Earth? Where's the previous ship wreckage? Destroyed buildings? So on and so forth. They were just as technologicaly advanced as the Forerunners at the time, why isn't it there now?

And as I said, I don't follow it, only new book I picked up was Glasslands and it seemed too dry for me to read through, sadly given it follows Kurt and the Spartan 3s more on Onyx, which was my favorite book by far.
User avatar #5 to #4 - cryoticshell (12/28/2013) [-]
Yeah, you've got a point with the no remains part. Though, the Ark Portal was burried, could be the same with everything else. Honestly it's kind of a hole, but it can kinda be filled, circle is big enough for the square to fit kind of thing.

Also, I don't follow the books all that much either, I just periodically google it to stay somewhat informed.
User avatar #6 to #5 - sptnfouroneseven (12/28/2013) [-]
The Arc portal makes sense with Origin though, with the Flood infestation in the universe the Forerunners took samples from all the planets and made 'saves' to speak to pick up from for each species. Could've been a simple portal from back then.

This is from the anime movies, Origin pt1 and pt2 where it's Cavemen and not super advanced humans.
User avatar #7 to #6 - cryoticshell (12/28/2013) [-]
Yeah, the Ark Portal was left over, but it's still an ancient ruin that was left over, and it wasn't discovered because it was buried, possibly like anything else.

As far as the cavemen part goes, it could have been a coincedence that he looked like one, but the data for humans could have just been the genetic buildup, not an exact copy of the species at the time, meaning that the humans that were re-seeded didn't have the knowledge that the Ancients had. Kind of like babies, except already grown up a bit.

And now I'm leaving for lunch, but when I get back I'll respond to whatever you have. Just letting you know it could b a while.
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