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  1. Secondary cameras placed either at the chest or shoulders, and indepedent targeting and viewing cameras mounted of the arms or handheld weapons for shooting or defense.
  2. Blake let out a breath of relief when he managed to get to his destination without getting lost again. He looked around the large hanger, impressed by the number and variety of ships that are docked here. As he looked around, he spotted Houston, carrying a suitcase, moving towards the Marseille III class transport that currently being loaded with supplies and equiment. "That must be what we're going to be operating from," he thought as he hurried after Houston. As he boarded the ship, he smiled as he fondly remembers some of his missions abroad a Marseille III class transport during his time with the EA military. The smile was replaced by a frown as he also remembers how the brass has treated him like trash prior to him being discharged from said military. A man wearing a visor, later realized as Dimitri, was just saying,"Also, the information on the base is still limited, but..."when Blake entered the passenger hold. He silently saluted to the commander and Houston as he made his way towards one of the empty seats, his developing bad mood evaporating as he listened to Dimitri. After Houston had finished and settled back into his seat, Blake voiced out what has been gnawing him about the mission. "Our biggest problem will likely be whatever they have guarding the facility. When we try to escape with the tech and the MS, the forces guarding the lab may summon reinforcements, and if they really don't want the tech to fall into our hands, they won't be careful about preventing us from leaving with it. What forces are we dealing with? What is possibility of reinforcements? Where might the reinforcements come from if summoned? I suggest we set off some sort of distraction to lure whatever's guarding the lab away when we escape with the tech." "Also, it might be helpful if we locate whatever files related to the tech we're getting. It will give us a decent idea of what we're dealing with, so we won't blow ourselves to kingdom come if we mishandled it. The files will also come in handy if we need to use it against whatever will be coming after us. I think we should get more infomation, especially about the surrounding area before doing this.", he finished.
  3. "...pretty simple... go into a lab, steal some MS and tech, get out of there alive and wipe that lab flat. The hard part will prob be that we're out numbered by alot." was Houstons' answer to Blakes' question. He mulled over this, a part of him became slightly giddy over the possibility of getting his hands on some new, unknown MS and technologies. Another part of him worries over the fact they may be outnumbered by the whatever's guarding said MS and technologies. His worry must have showed itself plainly on his face, as Julia gave him a smile and said "Houston's got a point - We'll probably be pretty outnumbered, but I'm sure we can handle it." As the rest parted in different direction to prepare, Julia waved to him and bid him goodbye. He waved back, saying, "I won't." He turned his head towards his duffel, still slung over his shoulder, muttering to himself, "At least I don't have to pack again. Now to get to the hanger..." He thought of simply backtracking, but he remembered the twist and turns they have taken to get here, and he changed his mind. "Maybe I'll just ask for directions this time...", he muttered as he turns around to ask Lara how to get to the hanger.
  4. Nah. It's pretty much easy to simply scroll up/down through the site. But, if you make it that we have to scroll to left/right, THEN it will be a pain in the neck to do so.
  5. As he quickly manuvered himself down the hallway towards the hangar, Blake winced slightly as a sharp jolt of pain radiated out from his hastily bandaged wound on his head. He was passing through the mess hall when suddenly the explosion happened, and the resulting shockwave through the ship threw him headfirst onto a nearby table. When the order to launch came through his headset, he quickly drop by the infimary and grabbed a spare roll of bandage, and made his way towards the hanger while trying to wrap the bandage around his wound. The hangar was in total chaos when he arrived, with damage contaiment crews and repairs techs moving about, trying to contain and repair the damage to the ship while also preeping the mobile suits onboard for lbattle. He quickly got into the cockpit of his Calamity, thankfully undamaged, securing himself to the pilots' seat and sealing his suit while the mobile suit O.S. booted up. As the mobile suit was moved to the catapult for launch, he initiated the preflight checks. Finally, the preflight checks were complete, and his mobile suit is secured to the catapult. For a moment, Blake mused that even if his mobile suit design was one of the older ones onboard the Dominion II, the Calamity can still deal out a lot damage for a mobile suit of its size, even though its design was virtually unchanged since it was first built, with the exception of an improved battery capacity and a Natural-use O.S. installed. He received the all green from command, starts up the launch sequence and announced,"Blake ,The Calamity. Launching now!" With that, the Calamity was catapulted out of the ship. He quickly brought his mobile suit to a position covering the 'topside' of the Dominion II, thinking to himself "This is going to fun...", as he readies himself for the battle ahead.
  6. Just in case... http://www.adventdestiny.com/index.php?topic=1796.new
  7. A part of Blake fliched slightly as the commander scowled at him and demanded to know why he's there. But as he stood at attention and opened his mouth to say something, the commander suddenly said "I remember you now. Blake. Follow after them. They'll tell you what you need to do". Blinking in surprise, he then promptly saluted, then turned around and went to catch up with the rest before they got to far. (OOC EDIT: *winces* Ouch. Sorry about that.) Blake caught up to Houston, Allan, Julia and Dimitri just when Houston said,"... to get ready and leave pretty quick". He raised an eyebrow at Allans' statement and briefly wondered about what kind of 'unfinished business' Allan had that made him look so burdened. But he pushed that out of his mind for a more pressing matter. "Hey guys (and girl). What happened in there? What mission the commander gave us?", he asked.
  8. EDIT: Intro Rp battle post deleted. Whoops. Sorry about that. I guess I'm a little too eager for this. I'll take the Calamity Gundam.
  9. Blake sighed to himself as he stowed away the datadisk."No use thinking about this now. Maybe later, when I can find a spare computer...", he thought to himself as he waited in the reception area. He was nodding off when the commanders' office door opened and Houston, Alan, Julia and a fourth person he haven't seen before walked out. He nodded back to Houston as he passed him, then turned his attention to the fourth person. The guy seemed to have a rather lanky build, and with his black thin framed glasses and pale skin, he gives an impression of being a 'geek' to Blake. He turned his attention to the door, waiting for the commander to give him his assignment, only partially listening to the conversation from the rest.
  10. I'm sorry to hear about that. I was looking forward to it.
  11. Modern day battleships, with the exception of the aircraft carrier, are usually design with the bridge embedded deep within the hull. I think the bridge design in gundam seed is a holdover from previous sci-fi shows like star trek and star wars where they have the bridge overlooking the ship.
  12. Well, on one hand, the mobile suits with PS armour were basically a recent technological leap forward. So is partly the technology haven't filtered down yet. Also, it could be that manufacturing the PS armour and the like is a very difficult and expensive process to begin with. On another hand, the gundam shows is focused on the mobile suits. The producers want to show to the viewers how cool gundams are, and getting blasted out of the sky by a normal capital ship cannons is not considered cool. Even a gundam would have a lot of difficult bringing down a capital ship if said ship is build at the same technological level as the gundam.
  13. Just in case, the thread is in the battle arena, with the title 'Assault on Barge[a569ssgoku VS World]'. Here's the direct link. http://www.adventdestiny.com/index.php/topic,1750.0.html
  14. Blake quickly maneuvered himself into his pilot seat and strapped himself in as the cockpit hatch closes. As he preps the Calamitys' OS, part of his mind drifted to the briefing he had attended earlier. Apparently, ZAFT had lost a recon squad nearby an abandoned asteroid military base. Said base is believed to be currently occupied and used by pirates and cutthroats as a base of operations. The base is also expected to be heavily armed with numerous defensive weaponry, such as CIWS systems, missile launchers and laser cannons. The pirates may also have on hand several capital ships, believed to be modified Drake classes, and an unknown number of mobile suits for defense. Normally, under these circumstances, the UPATH would just send in a squad to gather every bit of information about the pirates operation, and leave it to either the ZAFT or the EA military to swoop in and wipe out the pirates. But, UPATH had lost contact with the infiltration team they had sent in. But the team managed to transmit back to HQ one final bit of info, that some kind of new mobile suit is under construction in the pirate base itself. When the OS was fully booted up, Blake carefully moved his mobile suit towards the catapult. As he passes by the other mobile suits in his squad, he grins. The orders from higher up were simple;destroy the base. wipe out the pirates, either cripple or destroy their ships and mobile suits, and either destroy or capture this unknown MS. In short, a lot of destruction. And Blakes' MS can deal it out in spades. As Blake locks the MS into the catapult and begins the final preflight check before launch, his grin grew slightly larger. His MS, the Calamity, its design virtually unchanged since when it was first built, apart from the Natural use OS installation and battery upgrade, was the oldest MS design among his squads mobile suits,with the exception of the Forbidden. Despite the age of its design, the Calamity can still handle itself on the field, and packs a lot of firepower. Final preflight checks completed, he initiated launch sequence. The thought "This is going to be fun." flitted through his mind before he said "Blake. The Calamity, launching now!". As soon as he cleared the laucher, he moved a fair distance away, and stopped to wait for his comrades. As eager as he is, he knew very well he can't take on an entire pirate base and its assorted defenses all by himself. OOC: Sorry it took this long. Was a little busy. Since no one else is starting, I might as well go first. I took the details of the pirate base from both your initial message and the first post. If you disagree with it, PM me and I'll amend it.Oh, and yes I agree to the 5-day posting condition.
  15. Blake waited nervously as he sat on one the chairs available for visitors in the reception area. The woman behind the desk had asked him to wait while she shown Houston, Alan and Julia into the commanders' office. Before the door fully shut, he thought he heard a voice, saying,"...accepted a mission?" but no further as the closed door blocked any coherent sound coming out of the office. "Wonder if that's the mission Alan spoke of earlier?", he thought to himself as he sat on the chair. As a way to relieve his nerves while waiting, he dug out the package he received earlier out of his duffel. He briefly inspected the package for a return address, but there was none. He opened the package, and out slid a data disk the size of his palm and a note. The note reads,"Dear Blake. Heard about the mess you managed to get yourself into. Thought this might cheer you up. Took quite a while to find these. A tad outdated, but you'll definately love them." There was no signature, no clue to who or where the disk came from.
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