Nubula Class Are Stupit -1 reply

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StephenDid

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#1 14 years ago

If you have two or more numbula class then with gemini effect you can build up 100 of ships, (works better with the more orinal nubula start off with)




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#2 14 years ago

Ok, first if your going to post about things being "stupit" you should at least take the time to spell correctly, oh by the way, it dosent make them stupid, its called a glitch, or something you can take advantage of, plz dont waste space, as i'm sure many already knew of that little "stupit" thing those crazy "numbulas" do.

thanks ;)

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#3 14 years ago

It is not stupid. From a tactical point of view the support ship is invaluable. However, it is really useless alone in most cases. It is primarily a research vessel that is neither heavily armed, nor well defended except by its special abilities. However, from a canon Star Trek point of view, it is not an accurate depiction of the ship. Anyways, the Federation wouldn't manipulate time like that to benefit itself. You must remember the Temporal Prime Directive...




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#4 14 years ago

If you don't like a certain special weapon, you have a few options: 1. Remove the special weapon from the ship's .odf file so it no longer has said weapon (RECOMMENDED); 2. Set your Nebula-class AI to not use special weapons, and don't press the special weapon buttons; 3. Never play as / against the Federation ever again and it won't be a problem! Oh, and I really love the irony of your post. It... was intentional that you spelt nearly everything wrong while calling something stupid, wasn't it?




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#5 14 years ago

you could also just not use the gemini effect weapon...




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#6 14 years ago

Excuse me good sir, I believe you have a large piece of cheese wedged in each of your ears!




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#7 14 years ago

you need to move away from the mirror if you want to see anything...




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#8 14 years ago

Well he could move away from the mirror and just be nice. Or he could be refering to the fact that he already said that.




lostmyunimatrix

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#9 14 years ago

And still, I don't think this thought has occured to him: the Gemini effect is only temporary, the ships don't stay there forever, they will disappear after a while... and it's a classic when it's in the middle of a battle too...

"Ha! Behold my 100 'numbulas'!" --- Gemini Effect runs out, leaving 2 ships while the rest dematerialize----- "Ha! Behold my 2 'numbulas'! Please don't destroy them, they're the only 'numbulas' I have"

Oh and by the way, it's called a dictionary. Contains words. And how to spell them. Even Microsoft Office 97 can tell you NEBULA, not 'numbula/Nubula'




lostmyunimatrix

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#10 14 years ago

And remember, you can't use special weapons on a Nebula Class starship that's subject to the Gemini Effect - just doesn't work




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