strorus wrote: »
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drowrulesupreme wrote: »
We don't want what the Feds have. We want the equivalent. We want fairer treatment. Concern, desire, greed to some extent, and passionate belief that the enough people would buy KDF items to make it worth Cryptic's while.
"A different approach," the younger Klingon said. "If you can't defeat your enemy in a face-to-face battle, try coming at him from behind."
"There are many who would say that would be dishonorable," K'men said.
virusdancer wrote: »
So about those flanking bonuses on BoPs as they decloak behind their target, ambushing them...
...what are you trying to say there?
"The Empire must live," she said. "Someone must be willing to risk eternity to save it."
turbomagnus wrote: »
using Omega's side-effect of destroying subspace to attack them in their own domain, we can unleash a palpable - perhaps even devastating - blow on two of the Iconians' most dangerous Servitor races...
jer5488 wrote: »
Um... Isn't blowing up a facility that runs off omega a really... bad? horrible? cataclysmic? apocalyptic? idea?
Though, the fireworks will be spectacular.
thay8472 wrote: »
Something is about to go BOOM!
namreef wrote: »
I'm really enjoying these story elements.
That poster though...? "Kling On To Our Future"...*facepalm* haha:rolleyes:
pwlaughingtrendy wrote: »
While I did not make the poster myself, allow yourself to succumb to the mild and childish amusement of a pun such as that.
Besides, what else are we gorna do for puns?
primar13 wrote: »
Its the new Klingon Form of Pun-ishment...
drreverend wrote: »
As Worf put it once, victory is the ultimate honor and in the end, the only one that matters. You win or you die, the rest is details.
pwlaughingtrendy wrote: »
Our latest Tales of the War showcases current conflicts on Qo'noS and our new Featured Episode.As the war rages on Klingon Intelligence must devise a plan at all costs.~LaughingTrendy
bluegeek wrote: »
Nice little blog
Klingons aren't generally known for unconventional battle strategies, but when they start thinking out of the box... look out!
I've always liked K'men in a way that I've never liked Franklin Drake, dunno why. Maybe the lack of smug, self-righteous pretention in how he says things.
And T'Kora...! Why is it that sneaky Romulans are often portrayed as unlikeable, but sneaky Klingons are a joy to 'watch' in action? And those pointed ears... makes me wonder if we're being introduced to a daughter of one of the children in "Birthright, Part II"?
In which case, I'm delighted.