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Cobalt-60
Oct 11, 2016

Over time, random factors add up. What is chaos in the moment becomes systemic over time and space. As data accumulates, a pattern emerges.



RBA Starblade posted:

For nearly the entire game Fleet Intelligence reads his lines very passively and coolly, except for when he's reading off the damage they can see; the voice actor chokes slightly and is quieter.

He's back to impassive and cool when he mentions that the alien soldier they captured didn't survive the interrogation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjjANMCYm9o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1ahWObI37w

Man, I wish I didn't utterly suck at Homeworld. Keep trying it, keep getting my rear end kicked.

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Cobalt-60
Oct 11, 2016

Over time, random factors add up. What is chaos in the moment becomes systemic over time and space. As data accumulates, a pattern emerges.



I choose to believe the "Picard is in the Nexus and the last 3 films are his imagination going wild" theory. First Contact was great, but Insurrection was a wet fart and Nemesis just feels cobbled together. If anything,t hey prove the Picard Show isn't good Star Trek.

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