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    31 KB TG Quest 10: The Battle of Tokyo OP 11/02/11(Wed)19:59 No.16821463  
    Last thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/16811852/

    "I almost forgot. I managed to get a Mechagodzilla. It's... not exactly what you asked for, but close enough, right? And that's about it for your funding. Pack it up and get ready to ship out as soon as everyone's in place. The bomb arrives in an hour."

    These are the words you hear as you prepare for your greatest challenge yet. As the crew of the Transpace Guard vessel "The Oncoming Storm", you have been charged with protecting a Rewriter Bomb to be placed the Tokyo of a world gone mad. Infested with S.U.E.s, beset by crossover after crossover, only the infamous and mysterious 'reality nuke' can repair this world before it collapses under the weight of its own bullshit, possibly dragging other worlds into the mire with it.

    The forces you have massed for this battle are the following.

    “Eh... Sorry, no dice on the high output transporter. This is what you're looking at so far I addition to your standing forces. You're almost out, but you've got enough for a few more mechs, troops, or a squadron of fighters.”

    Final Loadout:
    Crowe and his Brasta.
    Shin Getter Robo.
    Amuro Ray in the Hi-Nu Gundam
    Kamille Bidan in Zeta
    Char Aznable in Hyaku Shiki.
    Enough Cap-grade Emitters to protect your team.
    Shield Generator.
    R.E.D. team
    B.L.U. team.
    One Adaptive Antaeus Cruiser.
    Enough Ysalamir for two squads.
    12 Arclite Siege Tanks.
    12 T-280 SCVs.
    3 R-9DH Grace Notes with Defensive Force modules.
    3 Reasonable Marine Tactical Squads.
    1 Reasonable Marine Devastator Squad.
    2 Atlas Battlemechs.
    2 Mad Cat Battlemechs.
    NOD M.C.V.
    GDI M.C.V.
    X-COM Veteran Squad
    2 Hellstar Battlemechs.
    3 Rifleman Battlemechs.
    4 Al'Kesh Goauld ships.
    1 Overlord Dropship.
    2 Leopard Dropships.
    Mercury-class Battlestar.
    1 Protoss Arbiter.
    4 M270 MLRS
    Admiral Pellaeon in command of space.
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)20:00 No.16821471
    Your original team:
    TGS Cruiser with Sensor, Containment Bay, and Weapons upgrades, The Oncoming Storm.
    1 Victory-II Star Destroyer, the Relentless
    1 Defiant-class Starship, the Indefatigable.

    Aboard the Victory-II you have 1 squadron of VF-25s, and 1 squadon of TIE-Defenders, as well as 1 Gunstar and a team of six Tomahawk Destroids.

    You have enlisted the services of Spike Spiegal, Egon Spengler, Carl “Mouse” Sampson, Star-Lord, and Gabriel Tosh. All have been given Phaser Rifles for a non-lethal option.

    You have the following troops, all with kinetic barriers, Shadowrun gear, and reality emitters.
    1 squad (12/12) of UNIT troops with Power Armor, Fallout energy weapons, and A280 Blaster Rifles.
    1 squad (12/12) of SCP troopers with Tiberium enhanced lasers, Phaser Rifles, and Advanced Power Armor mk 2
    1 squad (12/12) of Sandmen with Mass Rifles.
    1 squad (12/12) of Delta Greens with Chinese Stealth Armor, Mass Rifles, and A280 Blaster Rifles
    3 Mobile Infantry in Marauders equipped with Panther Assault Cannons and Phaser Rifles.
    1 Emergency Medical Hologram with mobile emitter.
    1 Auror team with prototype NOD armor and AK-47 backup weapons
    20 X-COM scientists.

    You have 1 NOD ICBM attached to a hardpoint on the Storm, 10 nannybags, 2 tanks, 6 shots of RED-2, 15 nuclear warheads, The Big One dud, 6 Fat Mans with 30 mininukes,12 assault rifles, 12 10mm pulse rifles, and 12 Marsec MA-11 laser rifles in reserve.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:07 No.16821530
    Alright so what's priority one? Neutering the Death Star and looting the Executor? Or getting ready for Tokyo?
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)20:07 No.16821533
    ANON: "This may be a good time to detail the weapons upgrade you received on the Storm. First of all, the combination of the weapons and sensor upgrades allows the ship to fire at very long ranges, even extreme ranges with some of its more powerful guns. In addition to its original loadout of 4 long range precision laser batteries, the Storm now boasts 4 turreted Hellbore cannons, 3 University of Planet singularity lasers, 4 missile bays with anti-matter missiles, 6 large bore railguns, and a number of plasma batteries. It is also equipped with a point-defense laser system."
    >> Daemonwelsh 11/02/11(Wed)20:10 No.16821562
    if we have any left over points, buy some more Mobile infantry, and then lets do this.

    Battle Plans anyone?
    My suggestions is: Beam team of sandmen and imperials onto the Exec and a few other space faring vessels, use, as one anon suggested, aurors wrapped in disillusionment, have them ward the place to high heaven in muggle-reppeling charms, then deploy our forces
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:13 No.16821593
    Dude, how the fuck could we afford all this? What happened?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:13 No.16821594
    How about setting up a good Troy Rising/Schlock Mercenary AI to help with hacking and battle coordination?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:14 No.16821599
    On loan for the job, if we do well enough, we might even get to keep some.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:15 No.16821605
    Alright. Briefing time with all of the Heroes.
    And is this right?
    >but you've got enough for a few more mechs, troops, or a squadron of fighters
    Could we still get that squadron of Jedi starfighters?

    Here's the plan.
    Tosh and Aurors are given RED-2, to keep them from dying.
    1. We transit to the setting approximately 10 lightyears from the Earth in order to get ready.
    2. The Indefatigable cloaks, and warps ahead of the fleet.
    3. Tosh and the Aurors beam/apparite onto the Death Star, and cloak/invisibility spell to avoid detection. Using ANON's technical readouts, they point-to-point transport or apparite and disable the power relays that feed energy to the Death Star's superlaser and its regular weapons. Retreat back to Inde once Death Star disabled.
    4. The fleet warps in, and while the cloaked ships move towards Earth and Tokyo, we broadcast that we are the organization 'A World With No Boundaries' and that we have placed nuclear weapons in London, Washington D.C., Paris, Hamburg, Moscow, Beijing, Kyoto, Lima, and Los Angeles.
    5. The fleet engages the US Space Navy, and the Inde will beam out the Executor's command staff, and beam aboard RED Team to secure the bridge followed by UNIT, Mouse, and junior bridge crew from the Relentless. They will seal the bridge and suborn the SSD.
    6. The Knights, Delta Green, Aurors, Star-Lord will secure a perimeter at the necessary coordinates.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:20 No.16821650
    We still need to clear out 400 meter radius of all life in downtown Tokyo, and then hold that area while energy signals become increasingly "HEY! EVERYONE IN THE STAR SYSTEM! LOOK OVER HERE!".
    Keeping them distracted will only get us as far as getting in place and getting setup. We need more plans to keep our people alive and accomplish the mission.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:21 No.16821656
    7. Aurors set up anti-muggle charms at the edges of the perimeter, magical wards, and defenses.
    8. SCV's unloaded and set up the field generators, as well as bunkers and turrets as BLUE Team sets up inner defenses around the Bomb.
    9. Once locals have left or been beamed out, bring down the other dropships and then activate the cloaking field.
    10. Secure the orbital space, hold off the locals till the Bomb is ready.

    Have the Mecha pilots stay in space to help with enemy capital ships.
    The battlemechs are planet-side only so they should come down with the second wave of non-cloaked dropships.

    Also, how about the idea of letting Mecha-Godzilla loose around Hiroshima, or Kyoto. Somewhere else so that Tokyo won't be looked at.
    >> DaANONDAKKA 11/02/11(Wed)20:23 No.16821682
    my vote is Kyoto, or beam him onto the deathstar.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:24 No.16821687
    See >>16821656
    Mecha-Godzilla should be almost impossible for some SUE's to ignore. A chance to fight and prevail against a real kaiju? We'll have the SUE's fighting each other for the chance to take on such a famous threat.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:28 No.16821731
    I have a slight concern about the anti-muggle charm.
    Namely: Aren't most of our soldiers, in fact, muggles?
    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/02/11(Wed)20:30 No.16821749
    We dont need them forever, just long enough to avoid civilian casualties.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:30 No.16821750
    So exactly where in Tokyo does it need to be? Dead center?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:31 No.16821756
    That reminds me, looks like we got the older model MG, we should try to work in what upgrades we can while we are at it.

    The more intact we bring these toys back, the more likely we are to get to keep some of them.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:31 No.16821757
    >University of Planet singularity lasers
    I came

    I'm in favour of using MechaGodzilla as a distraction, and very much in favour of the plan as described in>>16821656 and >>16821605.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:32 No.16821769
    Mount a Fat Man on it for hilarious effects.

    >Achievement Unlocked: You mean Metal Gear?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:34 No.16821784
    I seem to remember that they don't work if you know about them, but that could be bullshit.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:35 No.16821788
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    $10 says its at Tokyo Tower.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:39 No.16821813
    Yeah probably. But we can always (futilely) hope otherwise.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:40 No.16821815
    Let's get some Emiters on that bad boy, he's part of the team, so we've got enough.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:41 No.16821829
    Anti-muggle charms would repel our own forces, since they are not magic users and are technically muggles.
    Mechagodzilla needs to be as far away from the bomb as possible, otherwise its purpose as a distraction won't work.
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)20:41 No.16821831
    You just won ten bucks.

    "Bomb's here. Everyone's loading onto the ships. Anything you have to get done before you go, I'd get it done fast!" Holtz advises.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:46 No.16821872
    What time is it there? Like could we neutralize the subway system and destroy the highways or whatever to minimize the population influx? Or is it already working time?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:54 No.16821929
    Get crews started on any upgrades.
    Take my $10 and see what vittles we can gather for a good pre-battle meal.

    And did we get any word on that AI core or the Jedi Starfighters folk have asked of?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:56 No.16821959
    You forgot step 11.

    11. DETONATE! THE REALITY BOMB! *Maniacal laughter*

    Otherwise the plan seems sound. Keep a reaction force to support/reinforce any weak point in our defences around the bomb.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:56 No.16821968
    If I had to choose between them, I'd ask for the AI, we've got a fair amount of space forces. Newtypes are practically force-users as it is.
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)20:57 No.16821976
    "No dice on the A.I., but we can install some tactical analysis/control programs on A.N.O.N. I think I can swing a squadron of X-wings with Jedi pilots from the NJO, but I dunno when they'll show up. We'll remote teleport them to you when they're ready."
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:58 No.16821984
    "Yo Holtz, you had any luck getting Clone Wars-era Jedi starfighters?"

    Get a large reality emitter mounted onto Mecha-Godzilla, it'll need it.
    And then mount 2 Fat Man's with 4 mini-nukes.

    Achievement Unlocked: "Metal Gear?!"
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)20:59 No.16822002
    HP forums seem undecided on whether muggle-repulsion works if said muggles are aware of it. But there is an argument that it may not, given that muggle parents can take their kids to Diagon Alley.

    If they do affect our forces, we may have to come up with a new way to clear the area. Poison gas?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:01 No.16822018
    The video-game ones are low on the canon totem-pole, but those things were pure hax.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:03 No.16822042
    Not even.
    Japan, and especially the Tokyo area, uses a lot of natural gas.
    Just have the Aurors conjure up that smell and put it on the wind, and all the locals will leave on their own, and they won't even raise a fuss about it.

    Get a few people with either universal translators or who can speak Japanese to put on Tokyo Gas employee uniforms to yell into a megaphone and ask all residents to evacuate the area for their safety, and they won't even call the police, either.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:04 No.16822046
    Maybe we can trade in some of our existing gear for a SEP (Somebody Else's Problem) field generator and crank that shit up to eleven?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:06 No.16822066
    Then do a final scan for anyone who stayed behind, keep up the smell of a gas leak around the surrounding area to keep people away, and we might be able to get all of our defenses erected before the SUE's notice the Bomb's energy signature.

    After all, what superhero is going to bother with a gas leak, that's already being taken care of by the gas company, when there's a mecha-kaiju to fight down in Kyoto?

    We can use the SUE's inherent desire for attention against them.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:07 No.16822076
    ...Yeah that works.
    Although should we neutralize the Death Star and steal the Executor anyway?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:10 No.16822106
    Don't forget an attack on their space fleet as well right?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:10 No.16822109
    Sounds good to me. Replicate some gas masks and uniforms and see if we have any Japanese-speaking soldiers in our ranks.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:10 No.16822114
    Shit, this is a much better idea. Adding my vote to this. One question, though; how is Mechagodzilla gonna be used again?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:12 No.16822125
    Honestly, I don't know how we'd steal it.
    SW tech is notoriously low on automation, it takes a crew of thousands to run the damn thing.

    We'd be better off trying to just steal the Super-Laser off the DS.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:12 No.16822129
    Pretty much as a giant distraction so all the heroes will focus their attention on it.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:13 No.16822147
    I think we were hoping the Sandmen could use their powers to Assume Direct Control?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:14 No.16822158
    Additional distraction for attention seeking SUEs.
    Just hope we have him beefed up enough, want to bring it back in one piece.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:14 No.16822159
    Of course. We'll still disable the Death Star and loot the Executor. We need to keep the space navy too busy with us to notice the Bomb's energy readings until they're too late.

    Mecha-Godzilla, equipped with a big reality field emitter, and a pair of Fat Man's and 4 mini-nukes, is going to rampage in downtown Kyoto, threatening precious historical landmarks.
    He's going to be raising a ruckus that will draw the SUE's to him.
    As said before, why would a SUE bother with an every-day run-of-the-mill accident that probably won't even result in anyone going to the hospital or property damage, when there's a giant mecha-kaiju with nukes threatening the heart and soul of Japan?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:14 No.16822162
    We still need to tie up the fleet as long as long as possible. Once the bomb gets warmed up it'll be crying out for attention to the whole planet, we have to keep them occupied enough that they don't notice until it's too late. Orbital bombardment would be bad, as would Disco Vader showing up too early.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:16 No.16822180
    OP will probably point out the same problems with that as he did when we wanted to do that with the Deathstar itself.

    Though we do need to loot _something_ from this crazy world before we reset it.
    What else would we want though?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:17 No.16822193
    It's a combination:
    Mouse and the Sandmen ASSUMING DIRECT CONTROL, the junior officers from the Relentless giving orders that sound enough like valid ones, and hoping that most of the Imperial crew is still aboard so that when Grand Admiral Gilad Pellaeon tells them to jump, they jump.
    Also, all they need to do is prevent the Executor from being an effective weapon, and we can capture it by trapping it with our transit field, and then we can reprogram the crew at our leisure.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:18 No.16822197
    Can Mouse use his l33t hax to eavesdrop comms between Earth and the Spacefleet? That would be useful. We may get an advance warning on when they notice the bomb.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:19 No.16822208
    Fighters from Babylon 5?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:20 No.16822213
    If we take the bridge of the Executor, we'll have direct access to the comm system, which means we get access to all of their frequencies and comm-codes.
    At that point, given how retarded these locals are when it comes to real military tactics, it'll be laughably easy to read their communiques.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:22 No.16822232
    They seem pretty retarded (I'm getting a Team America: Space Police vibe) so fingers crossed.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:26 No.16822274
    Sweet, they got B5 stuff? I missed that memo.
    Anything besides those Starfuries? A Whitestar or two, or even better an Excalibur would be fucking awesome.
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)21:27 No.16822287
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    "Everything is loaded. Make it back here in one piece, boys," Holtz salutes as your new battlefleet forms up and makes the transpace jump back to that benighted system.

    You warp out 10 light years away from Earth as planned. Ultra-long range scanners do not detect anything amiss other than what you already know so far. The Indefatigable prepares to warp ahead.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:29 No.16822306
    I just thought of something worrisome.
    What if we're overestimating MechaGodzilla's capacity to serve as a lasting distraction?
    Like what if the heroes are so broken that they can curbstomp him?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:32 No.16822340
    So at what steps do we include 'fake gas leak' and 'deploy MechaGodzilla'?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:32 No.16822349
    On one hand, we're hoping they get into fights with each other over the honor. These are the ones not distracted by other issues like our story of hidden bombs in all these other cities and the space fight in orbit.
    On the other, that's where some of those Emitters and shields are coming into play.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:33 No.16822356
    Oh wait never mind, I forgot about the reality emitter.
    ...That's going to be an unpleasant surprise for the first wave or so.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:36 No.16822384
    The gas leak goes up asap, to give them time to evac and us time to set up. Hold mechagodzilla for now, but prepare to broadcast our nuclear threat message. Do we have a non-lethal nuke target for demo purposes?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:36 No.16822392
    Fake gas leak is in with 'clear the area'.
    Drop in MG after the fleets are engaged and the perimeter is secured around the Bomb.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)21:38 No.16822407
    Seriously though, if we can manage to grab some of that on our way out, that would be totally sweet.
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)22:02 No.16822637
    rolled 3 = 3

    The Indefatigable warps in under cloak, moving towards the Death Star until it is within transporter range and offloading its team of the Aurors and Tosh. They act quickly to begin planting the demo charges on the reactor conduits that supply power to the weapons...
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:02 No.16822638
    At this point we've planned so far ahead that we just need to sit until the unexpected inevitably occurs.
    -or until we decide to toss in some impromptu theft.
    Maybe beam/apparite some of the Deathstar disabling team over to some things that are nice and steal-able after that task is done.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:05 No.16822661
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    Why OP? Why?
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)22:05 No.16822665
    rolled 65 = 65

    A hail of turbolaser blasts begins battering the cloaked Indefatigable's shields even as Tosh and the Aurors see security teams scramble within the Death Star. However, despite being tipped off, they are unable to locate the cloaked team and they manage to detonate the charges, shutting down power to most of the Death Star's weapons. Only its anti-starfighter point defense guns are operational.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:06 No.16822671
    ...Ah yes, the /tg/ dice. For when a plan just simply won't come together.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:08 No.16822679
    Damnit, how could they spot us?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:09 No.16822686
    Because that is part of the long and detailed plan we've laid out for this mission over the course of two threads?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:11 No.16822717

    I was referring to the dice.

    I'm actually pretty OK with the plan. But the dice gods revel in our suffering and joy alike.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:11 No.16822719
    Alright, not bad.
    Maybe the Indefatigable can still reach Tokyo without them knowing where on Earth it landed.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:12 No.16822731
    Force-users. Fucking Force-users.
    Darth Vader taught George W. Bush how to use the Dark Side.

    Anyway, the plan is still good.

    Beam Tosh and the Aurors out of there, and move on to Step 4.

    "Let there be a World with No Boundaries!"
    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/02/11(Wed)22:14 No.16822756
    ...hate to say it, but the unexpected inevitably occured.

    And on the first step of the plan too... for shame.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:17 No.16822784
    The plan is good.
    Though we might as well keep using our assets and see if we can use our now-unoccupyed DS disabling team to hijack some other ship(or ships) that we can during the chaos of battle.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:19 No.16822808
    Except we're going to be using are Aurors for the 'secure Tokyo' phase of our plan.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:21 No.16822833
    The Aurors are going to be needed ground-side, though we do have a plan to beam the entire command staff of the Executor out and replace them with our own. They seal the blast doors, take over the main computer core, and then route a comm-channel from the Oncoming Storm so that Grand Admiral Gilda Pellaeon tells them who's in charge.

    Not unexpected, only hoped against. The Indefatigable being detected while sabotaging the Death Star had been accounted for in the plan.

    We're executing a Captain Farlander-esque plan.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:22 No.16822849
    >Grand Admiral Gilda Pellaeon
    Bah, Grand Admiral Gilad Pellaeon.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:24 No.16822862
    Ah yes, only one team of those.
    Oh well, unless Tosh thinks he can take something on his own. Maybe send him along with the Executor team.
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)22:24 No.16822865
    rolled 76 = 76

    The Indefatigable moves towards Tokyo, managing to shake its pursuers after a short chase, regaining its stealth as the fleet warps in and the broadcast is made ready.

    The comm systems are open and waiting for your declaration.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:28 No.16822908
    ...We can hide where we're transmitting from right?
    Well then I believe it was 'fake terrorist threat' than 'mechagodzilla' then 'gas leak' wasn't it?

    Let's make us some melodramatic threats we have no intention of following up on.
    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/02/11(Wed)22:32 No.16822936
    Yeah, I think our cover is blown... Stealth the shit out if and let them think it was the zilla, yes, but now they know we have a starship.

    They expect an invasion too.

    Lets target every single nuclear silo and fire upon them after our message.

    Give em something else to think about.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:34 No.16822965
    "The crippling of your Death Star was but the first opening move.
    "Even now, all across your world, forces are moving into position. London, Paris, Washington, San Francisco, Lima, Moscow, Beijing, Kyoto; all will feel the ending of your old world order, as borders are erased. We shall reset everything back to zero, and so create A World With No Boundaries!"

    Maybe that's melodramatic enough without going full Evil Overlord?
    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/02/11(Wed)22:36 No.16822983
    Also include: and as part of our first move, we will remove what has created such boundries, among other things, that is your capability to eradicate yourselves.

    Then fire on the nukes.

    Unless you guys dont like my plan. (normally Im more of a fuck it, lets nuke it, now i am more nukes... fuck it.)
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:36 No.16822990
    Them knowing we have a starship doesn't really change things since our fleet has just warped in-system.

    As long as the cloaked Inde and the Al'Kesh transports can get into position while the rest of the fleet provides a distraction, then our plan is still good.

    Target nuclear silos for orbital bombardment if you want, but it doesn't change the outline of the plan we're following.
    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/02/11(Wed)22:39 No.16823036
    Didnt want to change the plan, so it works, and prevents them from doing wierd shit with nukes.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 11/02/11(Wed)22:43 No.16823083
    Additional cities that should be mentioned:
    Johannesburg, Ankara, Chicago, Kinsasha, Islamabad, Edinburgh, Caracas, Helsinki, Astana, New York.
    Make them do a double-take when they put the first letters together.
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)22:43 No.16823084
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    rolled 63 = 63

    You are receiving a transmission from the planet. Accept?

    The Indefatigable has reached the target area and begun Operation: Bad Gas.

    The rest of the fleet sans dropships are moving to engage the Space Navy, which is sending a small team of UNSC ships, Zentraedi ships, and Star Destroyers your way.

    Captcha: gethoe relapses.

    ...what are you implying, Captcha?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:45 No.16823097
    It's a bit more complicated but it should be alright.
    I forget, aren't nuclear missiles constructed in a way that means they won't detonate even if we blow up the silos?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:46 No.16823121
    Wait, shouldn't we remove Kyoto from the list if that's where we're sending MechaGodzilla?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:49 No.16823141
    ...Yeah alright, but have a bunch of Ysalimari near us just in case.
    Actually, now that I think about it, these fuckheads probably don't even know what the Ysalimari are, do they?
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:50 No.16823149
    Oh and also conceal our appearance, voice, and location.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:52 No.16823168
    Also I suppose I mean Ysalimir.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:52 No.16823180
    No. Refuse communication.
    I suspect that some of the SUE's may have their powers work through speech, visuals, and words.

    Launch all fighter squadrons and MS Teams.
    Have the Oncoming Storm use its sensors to target the nuclear missile silo's of the United States, Russia, India, and China, and begin long-range orbital bombardment.
    Prepare to begin Step 5 as soon as the Indefatigable has finish offloading its complement of ground troops and cargo.

    Yes, you are correct. Nuclear weapons require very precise initiations in order to work properly and as intended. If the explosive lens isn't detonated in the exact manner required, then the fissile material won't reach super-critical and start a chain reaction.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:54 No.16823196
    Too late now.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:56 No.16823225
    Shouldn't the combination of Ysalimir and Reality Emitters neutralize any persuasive power they possess?
    I say we accept, if only because they're probably arrogant enough to reveal what their counterattack is, allowing us to counter their counterattack.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)22:59 No.16823258
    I suppose.
    Should we dress appropriately first?
    I mean, are we wearing a naval uniform of some kind, or should we wear a hooded cloak that hides our face and all they see is a dark hole, or should we be in casual T-shirt and shorts?
    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/02/11(Wed)22:59 No.16823263
    Route communication through a tie-fighter comlink, and through a speech to text program, two encryption programs, and then have one of our expendables read it to us.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:00 No.16823277
    I was thinking we would just distort our voice (or have someone they haven't heard before do the talking) and just broadcast some made-up logo?
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)23:05 No.16823329
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    A very familiar image appears onscreen, the fearsome visage of Darth Vader somewhat marred by the U.S. flag tie he has on over his normal garb.

    "Insolent fools" Darth Vader booms. "Do you truly think you can match the United States with those pitiful few ships? Just because you have sabotaged... one battle station and have some sort of protection against my powers, the entirety of this planet is turned against you! Surrender yourselves now and your deaths will be relatively quick."

    A young Japanese woman with long blond hair in a sailor suit edges into the frame.

    "You tell 'em, Vader-kun! We're going to cream you terrorist baddies in the name of love, justice, truth, and the American Way!" she squeals.

    "Honey we tal- nevermind," Vader murmurs to the woman before turning back to the camera. "Surrender immediately!" Darth Vader booms.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:10 No.16823360
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    ANON, send back an altered audio-video feed that replaces me with Rorschach.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:12 No.16823388
    I'll never get the mental image of Vader with a flag tie and red-white-&-blue suspenders out of my mind.
    For some reason he also holds a coffee mug in my mind.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:14 No.16823406
    The entirety of the planet?
    Foolish sith lord, all the forces this broken world can muster is no match for the power of... MECHAGODZILLA!

    (That's the cue to deploy MechaGodzilla, if possible while playing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CX-ZGzVXohs)
    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/02/11(Wed)23:15 No.16823423
    ...I just started laughing at that... wowza.

    Alright. Do what >>16823360 said to do, and then teleport a brick of some extremely radioactive material right over his head, preferably shaped like an anvil.

    Then ask if he has mars too, or the rest of the multiverse at his disposal.

    Then cut comms and let our plan continue.
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)23:17 No.16823437
    The Storm begins long range bombardment, destroying silo after silo with its extreme range singularity lasers and long range batteries.

    The Relentless begins launching its fighters and Gundams.

    The Indefatigable reports that the gas scare appears to be working and the citizens are leaving the area. They estimate it will be about another 8 minutes before the 400 meter area is clear.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:21 No.16823473
    You know, I almost pity them. They're not like the Royal Pain or the Wolf, these twisted inhabitants of this retarded world didn't ask to have their behavior twisted, becoming mockeries of their former selves that fail even to be humorous.
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)23:25 No.16823503
    A radioactive anvil is unavailable so you teleport a plain one over his head. The Sith Lord immediately slices the object in two with his lightsaber before replying.

    "That was an interesting trick. But your secrets shall soon be mine. So, you are from Mars? Hmhmhm. The red planet will be next to be annexed," Vader states, turning to someone off camera. "Get me Brigadier General Starscream! What? What do you mean he's missing? You-"

    "Mr. President! Mechagodzilla sighted in Kyoto!" a voice from offscreen shouts.

    "Oooooh! I'm going to get the rest of the girls and head over there in our Veritechs and Gundams!" the woman squeals as she runs offscreen. Vader turns back to the camera.

    "This isn't over. I will see you in punishment spheres before the night is out."

    Then the communication ends.

    Goddamn it, stop reading my mind! I had the link open and everything before I read that...
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:29 No.16823543
    Time for step numbah five.
    Oh yeah.
    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/02/11(Wed)23:29 No.16823551
    wait... A lightsaber can cut an anvil in two and cause it to lose momentum?

    Eh, its a SUE world, why am I suprised.

    THough we did mess with his mind a little.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:30 No.16823557
    Starscream is missing?
    Could he have actually decided to... pull a Starscream?
    Since we talked to him once before, can our sensors track him down?
    He's probably irrelevant, but I'm pretty sure all Starscreams have an uncanny ability to fuck things up at the worst time possible.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:30 No.16823559
    Starscream missing could be problematic. Unfortunately, I doubt that even the Oncoming Storm's upgraded sensors could pick him out of all of the reality distortions. But we should still try.

    I believe at this point we turn the coordination of the space battle over to Grand Admiral Pellaeon.

    Anyone reporting anything out of the ordinary, or unexpected?
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)23:38 No.16823614
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    "They out number us by a fair margin," Pellaeon notes. "But we outrange and outspeed them by more. With your permission, I would like to have the Storm cease its bombardment and train its long range guns on those... Zentraedi you call them? We will use the curvature of the planet as our shield and pull them out of sight from the rest of the fleet, then have the Relentless execute a microjump behind them and deploy its fighters. I do not see any point defense vessels among them. Though they will undoubtedly have their own fighters."
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:38 No.16823620
    Now, I lurvs me some Starscream, but if the chance presents itself, we should totally NOT recruit him. The only thing you can trust a Starscream to do is to break your trust and try and stab you in the back.
    >> Crix !!nLvSV/0cRma 11/02/11(Wed)23:40 No.16823640
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    Zentraedi battlepods, such a joke~
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:41 No.16823647
    By all means.

    (I figure he knows much more on the subject than we would)
    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/02/11(Wed)23:41 No.16823649
    He is the tactical expert, let the man do his job.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:42 No.16823657
    Well obviously. We wouldn't recruit a regular version of Starscream, and certainly not this SUEified incarnation.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:45 No.16823688
    "A sound plan, Admiral. A.N.O.N., please bring up the Canon technical readouts for those Zentraedi ships.
    "You are quite right, Admiral. Those ships will likely have point-defense snub fighters, if our intelligence is correct."

    Alright, let's put Pellaeon's plan into action.
    Man, it's great to see a professional at work.
    >> OP 11/02/11(Wed)23:55 No.16823758
    rolled 15 = 15

    The Storm ceases its fire on the planet and turns its guns on the foremost Zentraedi battleship even as its propulsion systems turn it around and begin to move away, forcing the enemy fleet to either give chase or allow themselves to be blown apart from outside their weapons range.

    The singularity lasers themselves are invisible, they only clue to their presence is the massive energy readings they give off and the sudden ripple-like disappearance of huge chunks of the battleship. Moving in a continuous line, the lasers cause immense portions of the mile-long ship to collapse in upon themselves until at last the ship detonates in a fireball. Pellaeon raises an eyebrow.

    "I did not... quite expect such firepower. But better to be safe than sorry. Gunners, target next vessel, please."

    As another Zentraedi ship begins to be pulled apart at the seams, you begin receiving Mechagodzilla's live-feed. The giant robot hisses its unique steam-like roar and begins tromping through the streets, waiting for its enemies to arrive.

    The Aurors report just another three minutes before the area is clear.
    >> Anonymous 11/02/11(Wed)23:56 No.16823762
    Fuck that's low. Deploying emergency theme song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpgzOfbVhao
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)00:04 No.16823823
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    "Stop right there you tin freak," a gruff voice commands as MechaGodzilla's vision turns towards a floating green alien in a turban and cape. "Let's see you pick on someone your own size!"

    "Suuuuupeeeeer Giaaaaantificaaaation Speeeeell!!!" he roars as he slowly begins to grow to Mecha-Godzilla's size.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:04 No.16823826
    Good, good. Mecha-Godzilla is fulfilling all of our expectations.

    There should be incoming SUE forces, probably Gundams and VF's. Have they shown up on Mecha-Godzilla's sensors?

    Isn't this one better?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:07 No.16823840
    Reality Emitter Field to maximum strength!
    Fire Maser Ray and Optic Cannons!

    Let's see how flesh compares to metal!
    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/03/11(Thu)00:08 No.16823848
    Shoot a single turbolaser at that dude.

    Then get on with the normal fighting.

    Lets go Aurors!
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:09 No.16823860
    MechaGodzilla: Pick on someone your own size
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:11 No.16823875
    Fire everything.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:11 No.16823876
    Eh, different MechaGodzillas.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)00:27 No.16823962
    rolled 97 = 97

    Mecha-Godzilla's eyebeams and chest cannon fire as its Reality Emitter is set to maximum, cancelling out Piccolo's vaunted plot armor as the weapons cut right through the fighter's head in mid transformation. The Namekian begins to revert to normal size as he falls amidst a pile of rubble, Mecha-Godzilla tromping along. A few minutes pass before its next foes arrive, a task force of tanks, AT-STs, and Gundams, backed by a horde of storm, and clone troopers. Also present are an unidentified troop of female cyborgs in some sort of Nazi/Samurai/Stormtrooper amalgam armor.

    The Aurors report the area is clear.

    In space, another Zentraedi ship explodes as Pellaeon shouts. "Now!"

    The Relentless appears at the back of the task force, fighters and mecha boiling from it like a beehive as the slower UNSC, Zentraedi, and Imperial ships began to slowly turn.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:33 No.16824008
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    >Step 6 to destroy the space navy is now underway
    >MechaGodzilla about to fire on approaching SUE's
    I am laughing so hard right now. I know I shouldn't, not yet, not until after victory has been achieved, but I can't help myself.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:35 No.16824028
    MechaGodzilla: Continue to demonstrate to them that you are not to be fucked with.

    Also it's time to deploy the bomb.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:36 No.16824033
    So I take it that Mechagodzilla will be firing its two Fat Man launchers at this approaching group, then.

    And Pellaeon's manuever, in true Thrawn fashion, completely and utterly annihilates the US space navy.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:42 No.16824072
    Excellent. Now have the aurors preparing as many wards and shield spells as they can muster.
    ...That won't hamper the effectiveness of the bomb, will it?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:43 No.16824080
    No, we shouldn't deploy the Bomb yet.

    We still need to do Steps 6, 7, and 8.
    I want the Indefatigable to confirm with sensor sweeps that all locals and contaminants are clear of the area. The Aurors set up wards that will warn if anyone attempts to enter the area while some of the SCV's set up missile turrets and bunkers, as well as creating road blocks so that no one enters the exclusion zone.
    The other SCV's and MCV's should put up the cloaking field, interdiction field, reality field, and shield generator.
    Star-Lord is to coordinate the Delta Green, SCP, and Knights Inductor squads, taking advantage of the bunkers being built.
    And have the Al'Kesh, still cloaked, take up overwatch positions.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:45 No.16824104
    Jesus, two nuclear weapons at once, at that range?
    Save the bombs for the SUEs, dont waste your weapons of last resort on what amount to minons.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:46 No.16824114
    Oh right, my bad.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:48 No.16824121
    Why bother?
    Hell I'm pretty sure MechaGodzilla's standard armaments surpass a nuke, seeing as he was able to cut through a fucking mountain.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:48 No.16824125
    Well, I suppose you're right.

    Belay firing your twin-linked Fat Man launchers!
    Instead, fire your plasma grenade launchers and your Absolute Zero Cannon! Squash the insects underneath your metal feet like the bugs they are!
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:52 No.16824163
    Wrong MechaGodzilla jackass.
    This isn't the one made by Godzilla's bones, or the one reverse-engineered from future tech.
    This is the one made by space apes, like god intended.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)00:57 No.16824186
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    The Relentless lives up to its name, multiple turbolaser blasts tearing apart the lightly protected UNSC ships as its fighters and mechs launch.

    "Hi Nu Gundam, launching!"

    "Hyaku Shiki, launching!"

    "Kamille Bidan, Zeta Gundam! Launching!"

    "Change Getter-1 Switch on! OPEN GATE!"

    Another Zentraedi ship is torn apart by the Storm as TIE Fighters and battlepods stream from the remaining ships, meeting the Tie-Defenders and VF-25s from the Relentless. The mechs ignore them for now, focusing on bigger prey. Kamille fires his Hyper Mega Launcher at a Star Destroyer's shield generator as Char does the same with his Hyaku Shiki. The powerful weapons blow apart the protective devices, leaving the mighty vessel vulnerable for what happens next.

    "Getter Tomahawk Boomerang!" Ryoma needless shouts over the comm as Shin Getter Robo charges the bridge of the doomed Star Destroyer and hacks at it with its gigantic axe. Without its shields, the weapon crashes into the ship, deeper and deeper as repeated blows ensure the destruction of the Destroyer's command center. The capital ship begins to spin out of control as the mechs search for new prey.

    "Fin Funnel!" A storm of psychically controlled remotes flurries around a TIE squadron, bursting their spherical cockpits like bubbles.

    Another Star Destroyer erupts into flame and then oblivion as the R-Types fire their wave cannons.

    And through it all the VF-25s dance in and out of combat like arrowheads of doom.

    The brutal starborn melee grows fiercer and fiercer as more and more fighters are launched. The space is swarming with TIEs and Battlepods, the sheer numbers of them pressing hard on the Relentless and its escorts...
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)00:58 No.16824197
    Oh god, please don't let that mean it is time for *dancing*
    >> Sciencezam Von Sciencestein !!eh0Fgi0FQSV 11/03/11(Thu)01:00 No.16824204
    As a visitor from /m/, I suppose I am obligated to watch this thread.
    >Possibly including X/DX
    ...Is the moon out?
    >> Crix !!nLvSV/0cRma 11/03/11(Thu)01:01 No.16824218
    >"Change Getter-1 Switch on! OPEN GATE!"

    >Posted picture
    dat stock animation

    >he space is swarming with TIEs and Battlepods, the sheer numbers of them pressing hard on the Relentless and its escorts

    Getter Beam, almost as good as gunbuster beam
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:02 No.16824221
    Now time for the second half of step 5.
    Time to get ourselves an Executor.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:03 No.16824233
    >...Is the moon out?
    Gods I wish we had the DX with us.
    So far, no, we haven't detected a microwave beam or any facility on the Moon.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)01:03 No.16824234
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    As the sheer amount of starfighters seems about to inflict heavy casualties, Admiral Pellaeon calmly hits the comm and says two words.

    "Death Blossom."

    Immediately the side panels of the lone Gunstar, which had been waiting patiently for this command, open up, revealing row on row of missiles and bombs. The fighter begins to spin rapidly, faster and faster before erupting into a shower of energy bolts, explosives, and general ordinance. TIEs, battlepods, and Tri-Fighters are ripped apart all the same under the destruction barrage. As the ship begins to spin down, barely a handful of the enemy fighters remain.

    "Second wave assault and mop up," Pellaeon commands as the R-types pool their firepower to annihilate another Star-Destroyer, leaving only a single Zentraedi ship left. Pellaeon turns to you.

    "They will undoubtedly send a second attack group after us with the Executor at its head. But this maneuver has set them back a long way."
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    >Death Blossom.
    "Undoubtedly, Admiral. However, the ground force has indicated the success of the first stage of their operation. We should have the Indefatigable available to us once again shortly, at which point we can implement the boarding of the Executor."

    What's the status of the ground forces?
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)01:12 No.16824297
    Meanwhile on Earth, Mechagodzilla's eye beams trace across the tank battalion, melting them all down into pools of metal as their cannon rounds explode on its space-titanium armor with little more than scratches. The AT-STs and Gundams fare little better, though the particle beam weapons of the Gundams manage to cause some superficial damage. The various troopers fire rockets, explosives, and heavy beam weapons which don't seem to do anything at all as Mecha-Godzilla's eye beams reduce platoons of them to ash at once while its chest cannon cuts apart several Gundams in one swipe. The fearsome weapon lives up to its reputation as it massacres the task force sent to stop it. The strange SUE troopers leap stories into the air with energized super katanas and nodachis... only to run smack into the Reality Emitter field. Their technology begins to short out just as they reach the height of their impossible leaps, falling back down to the ground like a rain of stupid. They leave many bloody craters in the asphalt as they impact the road, though a few land on Mecha-Godzilla and fruitlessly begin stabbing him with no-longer overpowered weapons.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:12 No.16824300
    F5ing, F5ing everywhere..
    Carry on OP.
    For the mission!
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    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:15 No.16824330
    Glorious war is being waged upon our foes. My smile could not be wider or more sincere.

    Prepare for the next steps of the plan. We must be swift, merciless and efficient. Like... Daleks.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)01:20 No.16824374

    The Aurors, Reasonable Marines, and Delta Green begin setting up a perimeter with Star-Lord at the helm. They report all green so far. The Indefatigable is already enroute to meet up with the rest of the fleet again for the Executor seizure. ETA ten minutes.

    A.N.O.N.: "Long range scanners are detecting movement around Babylon Five. They are mustering the second fleet now. I will attempt to track their progress."
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:22 No.16824390
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    >> Lord Kobald !1jPEJ87kV. 11/03/11(Thu)01:24 No.16824409
    Get our forces onto the ground and get ready to initiate the bomb.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:28 No.16824433
    A fast scoutship or a cloaked recon probe would be nice about...wait a minute.
    Imperial ships like the Relentless have probe droids as part of a standard complement of droids.
    Launch a trio of probe droids towards Babylon 5, 1 above its orbital plane, another below it, and the third on its orbital plane but aimed way towards the back. Maybe they can send back some images of what we can expect.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)01:29 No.16824447
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    The decimation of the first task force is completed and MechaGodzilla is moving out when on the horizon it seems something that simply should not be. A squadron of Veritechs painted with a Sailor Scout motif, partnered with what looks like a flying fusion of a VF-23 and a robot allosaurus.

    The first Leopard begins to descend towards the planet, carrying with it the SCVs and their building supplies.

    ANON: "Six Nazca-class vessels have formed up around the the Executor and seem to be accepting Starfuries from the space station."
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:36 No.16824498
    Currently our plan looks to be at Step 7:
    a. Aurors set up wards and magical protection.
    b. Star-Lord, Delta Green, and the Space Marines set up a perimeter.
    c. SCV's construct bunkers, missile turrets, and roadblocks.
    d. MCV's set up their Firestorm and Cloak generators.
    e. SCV's deploy the Reality Emitter, Interdiction Field, and Shield Generator
    f. X-COM squad is deployed
    g. BLU Team sets up defenses where the Bomb is to be set up
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:39 No.16824515
    "ANON, zoom in magnification on those Nazca's. Are any of them equipped with Neutron Stampeder systems?"

    If they've got a Stampeder, and it'll be visually obvious if they do, then we need to dump all of our nuclear weapons immediately.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)01:42 No.16824527
    rolled 47 = 47

    The Relentless launches a trio of probe droids towards Babylon 5.

    The Aurors report the muggle wards are complete and have begun work on the magic defenses. The Leopard lands safely, disgorging its cargo who immediately begin to set up the field generators.

    MechaGodzilla immediately fires its eyebeams, blowing one of the Veritechs out of the sky as the others bank out of the way. The squadron of bizarre Veritechs unleash a barrage of missiles against MechaGodzilla, then promptly pull up. Contact is temporarily lost as a nuclear fireball consumes the gigantic robot, a mushroom cloud forming as the Veritechs fly to a safe distance and begin to circle.

    The impact and cloud is felt even at the bomb site, the Marines hastily reporting in the disturbance even though you caught it with the Storm's sensors.

    For a moment, there is nothing but smoke and static. Then a hissing roar of anger as a battered and damaged MechaGozilla pulls itself to its feet once more and unleashes another wave of destructive energy on the fliers.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:47 No.16824582
    Step 8 (The boarding of the Executor):
    a. aboard the Inde: Tosh, Mouse, Sandmen, Mobile Infantry, UNIT, junior bridge officers, RED Team, EMH, 5 nanny-bags. Tosh already had a dose of RED-2.
    b. the Indefatigable, with it's cloak, gets close to the bridge of the Executor.
    c. Stun grenades are beamed aboard the bridge of the Executor.
    d. stunned bridge crew are beamed to a cargo hold in the Inde; transporters make sure to not beam up weapons.
    e. RED Team goes first (spawn point, Inde transporter room) and secure the bridge and close the blast doors.
    f. Others beam aboard
    g. Mouse and Sandmen attempt to merge and ASSUME DIRECT CONTROL the primary systems of the Executor (navigation, shields, power, engines) while officers take control of terminal stations.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:49 No.16824598
    I don't know where the SCP, Egon, and Spike should go. Where do people think they would be most needed?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:50 No.16824608
    Alright guys, they used nukes first. NOW can we have Mechagodzilla fire the Fat Man's?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:52 No.16824616
    I guess his luck had to run out eventually. Is MechaGodzilla still waterproof?
    If so, take a page out of the Big G's book and retreat into the ocean, and see if they take the bait.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)01:53 No.16824617
    rolled 16 = 16

    No, they do not seem to be.

    TIE fighters intercept and destroy the probe droids as they stray close to the staging area.

    The Second Leopard, packed with the MCVs and the Antaeus begins to descend.

    MechaGodzilla fires its beams, but the agile Veritechs dodge out of the way once more, firing a barrage of thankfully normal missiles that impact on the giant mech's damaged armor as they land and begin to change into Battloid mode... all except the VF-23, which begins to change into some sort of mechanical dragon/EVA combination.

    ANON: "A few Decepticons have joined the fleet, as well as eight more Star Destroyers. Their space force seems far more uniform than the ground force. They are beginning to move."

    The Indefatigable has reached the main fleet.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:53 No.16824620
    I don't know, are MechaGodzilla's targeting computers accurate enough?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:55 No.16824628
    Good enough for me. What's the target?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:56 No.16824638
    Fuckity fuck fuck.
    MechaGodzilla: Don't even bother aiming at the enemy, just aim at the ground they're standing on.
    I don't care if the ground is merely collapsed or actually becomes liquid, either way it should at least slow them down.
    Do that while retreating in the direction of the ocean, as mentioned in >>16824616
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)01:58 No.16824646
    ...Is there any way to make the second leopard descend faster?
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)01:59 No.16824650
    rolled 42 = 42

    MechaGodzilla attempts to retreat towards the ocean, but its path is blocked by the Dragon-Evangelion, which draws two huge gauss cannons and begins to fire on the robot. A lucky shot strikes the machine's face and Mecha Godzilla's head controls go out of order. It ceases taking commands for now.

    ANON: "Fat Man mininukes would almost certainly be dodged by the high mobility VFs given their slow speed."
    >> Zeta Zaku 11/03/11(Thu)01:59 No.16824651
    This may be an issue. The Simian Mechagodzilla was designed to fight other kaiju and hordes of 70s-era war machines. The closest equivalent there would be surplus Phantoms or maybe Rodan.

    Glass the area and fall back into any remaining heavy metro districts. Mechagodzilla may not deal with saltwater well without his synthetic skin cover, and with any luck we can force them to stick with Battloid mode and forfeit their superior mobility.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 11/03/11(Thu)02:00 No.16824652
    Ooh. I have a use for the two Fat Man nukes in mechagodzilla's boobs. er, it's where it's stored at, right?
    I say we try and force them into close combat, possibly by taunting them or something, and then we grapple them.
    Then we detonate the two nokes right then and there.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:00 No.16824656
    Admiral, it looks like the enemy has finally gotten it together.
    I would advise beginning defensive and evasive maneuvers but I'll defer to your judgment on the matter.
    >> Zeta Zaku 11/03/11(Thu)02:01 No.16824661
    Crud. Do the nukes have dead-man switches? It's unlikely we can trigger remotely if the robot is gone berserk.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:02 No.16824662
    The VF-23. Fire all the nukes. Hopefully it will also catch the others in the blast radius.

    Now, we've got to neutralize the Executor quickly, before it can bring its massive turbolaser batteries to bear.
    As we go to Step 8, rather than beaming the bridge crew onto the Inde after taking them all down with beamed aboard stun grenades, it might be easier to just have them all tied up and kept stunned. As long as Mouse and the Sandmen can gain control of the power system, they can deny power to the turbolasers and therefore take the Executor out of the fight.

    This also frees up the Inde to do what Federation ships do best; hax telebomb dickery.
    Send photon torpedoes into the bridges of the Star Destroyers, that should take them out of the fight.
    Then do the same to the Nazca's.
    As for the Decepticons, let's see how well they function after a partial beam-out of their cores.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:02 No.16824663
    Does that mean it's offline, or has it gone berserk?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:05 No.16824684
    ...At least we have memories of the time several moments ago when things were going so well.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)02:07 No.16824690
    rolled 6 = 6

    This tactic was the final command given before the head controls went out of order. MechaGodzilla fires its hand-missiles, the fast-moving rockets impacting and blowing apart one of the Scout Valkyries as its chest cannon and eye beams drive back and damage the Eva, breaking past its AT-Field. The mecha-kaiju detonates its Fat-mans and missile ordinance at the ground in one huge missile storm before falling back.

    The Indefatigable begins moving towards the Executor as the United States/Imperial Fleet begins moving towards the Storm.

    "When they round the curve of the planet, they will be in range of the singularity guns," Pellaeon states. "We will have a minute or two to fire freely and should not waste it."
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)02:11 No.16824702
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    The Indefatigable begins to come under heavy fire from the fleet as it comes into transporter range despite its cloak. It manages to transport the first batch of stun grenades before its shields go down and it begins to suffer hits to its hull. It is forced to retreat prematurely, though it manages to escape.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:11 No.16824704
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    Why do you forsake us, /tg dice?!
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:12 No.16824705
    Very well Admiral, but at the same time, place all our forces on high alert for a surprise assault, and perhaps even be prepared for the possibility of the Death Star being brought back online.

    ...Let's just say I have a very bad feeling about this.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:14 No.16824715
    Have the Defiant take a rear position while her engineers repair the shields.

    We need to identify the Force-user that's detecting the Inde despite her cloak, and kill him.

    Ask Tosh to scan the enemy fleet and see if there's anyone that could be the Force-user that's been the thorn in our side.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)02:16 No.16824723
    rolled 9 = 9

    The second Leopard touches down safely and the Antaeus and MCVs begin to get offloaded.

    Mecha-Godzilla stops its retreat, turns and fires with all its weapons into the debris and dust cloud behind it just as the Eva-Dragon launches itself out of the smoke. The potent weapons damage the Evangelion further, the chest cannon taking off one of its arms while the other weapons of the mechakaiju rip deep holes past its armor. Blood begins to flow freely from the cybernetic monster. A single trio of Valkyries fly forth from the smoke as it clears, the rest shattered and destroyed.

    A quarter of thick energy beams strike Mecha-Godzilla's back as two Guncannons painted to look like Sailor Scouts join the fight.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)02:21 No.16824741
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    "Ya, mon. It be easy to sense. He be on da big ship. I can feel him easy... He's... powerful. But... corrupted. Sorta like that gurl in Chicago... but not quite."

    "Ships in range in one minute," one of the bridge officers reports.

    "Are we still to attempt the Executor's seizure?" Pellaeon asks. "I need to know whether or not to target it."

    Meanwhile, the Evangelion opens up on MechaGodzilla as the Valkyries and Guncannons join in, high power missiles, particle beams, and gauss rounds finding breaches in the space-titanium armor and causing notable damage to the mighty machine.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:21 No.16824742
    Is MechaGodzilla still offline to our commands?
    While I hate to miss an opportunity, I'm going to have to strongly recommend Pellaeon fall back for now.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:25 No.16824757
    "I am loathe to waste a chance to take a ship intact, however, that Sith on the bridge of the Executor cannot be allowed to live.
    "Admiral, please direct as much firepower as you can direction onto the bridge of the Executor. Once the Sith is death, the Indefatigable will be able to assist us in dealing with the remaining enemy ships."
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:25 No.16824758
    Fuck it. While capturing the Executor would be a neat feather in our cap, I am going to have to order its destruction.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)02:26 No.16824763
    rolled 4 = 4

    The Overlord begins to move towards the bomb site as the SCVs finish setting up the shield and interdict generators. They immediately begin to set up a ring of turrets as the M.C.V.s finish unpacking and request build orders.

    One of Mecha-Godzilla's arms is torn off as the Evangelion charges once more and begins to grapple with the giant machine, ripping and tearing both with its claws and a large vibroblade it produces. The Valkyries hold their fire and begin to shift to Battloid mode as the Guncannons fire with their beam rifles. Several of M-G's systems begin to approach critical levels.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:27 No.16824768
    We should also have Tosh keep us updated on whether the Sith is dead or not when we blow apart the bridge.
    As a SUE, it's likely to be on the bridge, but we shouldn't take chances.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:28 No.16824775
    ...We should have splurged on a self-destruct device.
    Also this is yet another confirmation that the /tg/ dice generator is both sentient and malevolent.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:30 No.16824785
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    Why u do dis to us, diceroller?

    Were we able to install a self-destruct into Mechagodzilla? Should we try to get it to go overload now?
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)02:30 No.16824788
    rolled 88 = 88

    "Ships in range," the report comes in.

    "Fire," Pellaeon orders. The destructive energies of the singularity lasers lash out at the Executor... only to be deflected back at the TG fleet in the form of green energy bolts that swiftly vanish once they strike the capital ship Reality Fields.

    ANON: "The S.U.E. on the ship appears to be taking advantage of the fact that our weapons range exceeds our reality emitter range. We may have to fight this one in close quarters."

    Pellaeon turns to you. "We can attempt a microjump behind them. It's risky, but if we cannot engage them at long range, we can at least make sure they cannot engage us in the same fashion either."
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:31 No.16824789
    I suspect that, since Tosh remarked upon the similarity of his psychic signature to the SUE we brought down with *words* in Shadowrun, we could probably "purify" Vader of the SUEishness that infects him. Probably with mentions of his real wife. And his children.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:31 No.16824793
    You know what Admiral? I'm going to order a fighting retreat.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 11/03/11(Thu)02:34 No.16824807
    >post number doubles
    >dice doubles
    Holy shit, /tg/ dice knows how to deal awesomeness. What better than a smashing tide-turner after sequential failures?
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)02:34 No.16824810
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    Pic related.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:35 No.16824815
    Very good Admiral, proceed immediately.

    Also, do we still have enough Ysalimir to equip Tosh and the Sandmen?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:35 No.16824820
    "A risky maneuver, Admiral. The guns of the Executor would press our shields quickly.
    "However, I see no other choice, not with that damnable SUE alive.
    "Tosh, is that SUE that's aboard the Executor, is it on the bridge? If we do this, we could bring the Indefatigable along, and using her agility and speed, plant a quantum torpedo on the Executor's bridge to take out the SUE."

    At least we have a battlestar and an Arbiter to help us with this fight.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:37 No.16824828
    As for the MCVs? I guess bunkers? And other defensive structures?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:38 No.16824834
    We have enough that we could equip Tosh, the Sandmen, and probably either RED Team (is the Medic's Ubercharge ready?) or UNIT.
    Are you thinking of doing an assault beaming right onto the Executor's bridge?
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)02:41 No.16824850
    rolled 81 = 81

    Staggering back from the loss of its arm, Mecha-Godzilla issues another hissing roar as it lashes out with lightning speed, grabbing the Evangelion by its long neck. Its eye beams flare to life, directed squarely at the EVA-unit's head, while its chest cannon fires point blank into the cyber-monster's torso. The EVA's AT-field simply cannot handle that much punishment and again it shatters, the monster burning away with an outraged howl. Two more beams strike its backside, but the mecha shifts so that they fall on armor. Mecha Godzilla's head begins to spin rapidly around as a force field wraps around it. The Valkyries and Guncannons open fire on it, but their attacks are deflected. The two Guncannons draw beam sabers and close to melee, but they run into a nasty surprise when they contact the field and it melts away their armor. Now at close range, Mecha-Godzilla dispels the field and fires point blank into both Guncannons with its beam weapons. Already damage,d both mechas detonate.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:43 No.16824856
    I support this. The best way to distract the SUEs forces is to attack their leader.
    In other words, we have to assasinate the President.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 11/03/11(Thu)02:43 No.16824858
    I reiterate this: /tg/ dice just KNOWS how to make a proper UNEXPECTED TWEEEST that is both AWESOME and JUST.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:45 No.16824866
    ...Now THAT'S what I call the Terror of MechaGodzilla.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:46 No.16824877
    Dare we try it, gentlemen?
    Dare we NOT?

    Let's run the idea past Pellaeon; at the same time that the fleet attempts a micro-jump behind the enemy force, the Indefatigable does a micro-warp jump similar to the Picard Manuever in order to get into transporter range of the Executor's bridge.
    While the fleet has the attention of the enemy, the Inde beams over Tosh, the Sandmen, and the Red Team (with an Uber charge), all equipped with Ysalamir to protect them from the Force-user. They kill the SUE, take the bridge, and shut down the Executor's turbobatteries.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)02:47 No.16824882
    rolled 91 = 91

    The remaining Valkyries convert back to fighter mode and lift off, but MechaGodzilla launches itself into the air as well, pursuing the fleeing craft and bringing them down with its eyebeams. One by one, the garishly repainted fighters fall to earth, flaming wrecks. Within the influence of the Reality Emitter, even Sailor Moon's Silver Imperium Crystal doesn't save her here.

    MechaGodzilla's internal repair mechanisms manage to bring the head controls back online, partially. You may issue limited commands again.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:48 No.16824894
    Indeed. And while he can't get into our head, we might be able to get into his.
    Like within the godawful fanfiction, Vader is literally the fictional character brought to life. Meaning that in theory he should have the same background as the 'real' Vader.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:48 No.16824895
    Just remember, Darth Vader without his Force powers or SUEness is still motherfucking Darth Vader.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:49 No.16824900
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    Do this >>16824834
    with the plan from >>16824877

    LET'S DO IT!
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 11/03/11(Thu)02:51 No.16824911
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:51 No.16824913
    Plus didn't we kind of just kill his wife?

    ...Would sending Vader video of MechaGodzilla destroying the Sailor Senshi be a good idea or bad idea?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:57 No.16824946

    Would an Ubercharge work on Mechagodzilla?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)02:58 No.16824952
    Fuck it, let's do it anyway to cause him to act even stupider before we attack.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:00 No.16824958
    Probably not.
    Did this version of Mechagodzilla have a cyber-organic heart?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:00 No.16824963
    Honestly? I have no idea what's powering this thing, and am trying not to think about it.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:01 No.16824964
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    You just made my night with that post sir. I just want to say, thank you.

    That being said, can it?
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)03:01 No.16824967
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    "As you wish, sirs. Beginning maneuver..."

    The fleet pulls itself into formation, the Relentless recovering its fighters for the jump, and then the fleet vanishes only to reappear behind the Executor and its escorts.

    The RED team immediately vanishes first, acting as a vanguard while the others step up five by five. Tosh's live-feed goes active shortly before he transports over.

    When he makes it to the bridge, the large chamber is filled with screams, the drone of a minigun, explosives, and "AAAAAAAYE AAAAAAM BULLETPROOF!!!"

    Mostly unarmored, the bridge crew in the crew pits are torn apart by the Heavy's chaingun and the various small arms of RED. The stormtrooper guards fare far better, their armor proof against the primitive slugthrowers... but NOT proof against rockets and grenades. They explode into showers of gore.

    "You are all WEAK! You are all BLEEDERS!"

    The Sandmen arrive next, Mouse hastily accessing the computers to seal the doors as he and the others begin the process of hacking the ship's systems.

    There is no sign of Darth Vader on the bridge...
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:01 No.16824969
    You know, the Force-user on the Executor might be George W. Bush, rather than Vader.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)03:04 No.16824978
    Won't know unless you try.

    Since becoming a Sandman, Mouse has acquired a somewhat cruel sense of humor. As he hacks into the SSD, he simultaneously uses its communications gear to broadcast the fall of the Senshi worldwide, as well as within the ship's monitors.

    You almost think you can hear faintly within the ship, "NOOOOOOooooooooooo..."
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:04 No.16824980
    The idea of Stormtrooper armor actually being something other than decorative never occurred to me.
    Aw fuck you're right.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:04 No.16824982
    "Tosh! Where's that SUE?"

    Have the Inde beam over the EMH to help them just in case they need an additional doctor or a bullet magnet.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:07 No.16824991
    Oh good, it is Vader.
    Secure the bridge and wait for him to come to you.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)03:07 No.16824993
    As the boarding team goes to work on the Executor, the Relentless and the Mercury begin to unleash their fighters and mechs once more as both fleets open up on each other with all they have.

    The Overlord has reached the drop zone safely and is offloading the rest of the ground forces.

    The Leopards are requesting orders.

    Mechagodzilla is currently idle.
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    >Hey OP, look at me. You know what would be awesome? An epic, life or death confrontation with the the big bad SUE.
    >Now look back at your thread. Now SWAN DIVE into the posts of your life!
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:11 No.16825006
    He's unfocused right now, we need to get the Inde to try to even up the odds for our fleet as quickly as it can.

    It should be safe to transport UNIT, the EMH, and Spike with a shot of RED-2, and the rest of the nanny-bags over to the bridge of the Executor. With that many ysalimir on the bridge, it should be a No Force Zone right now.
    The extra personnel will help to secure the bridge, and then the Indefatigable can begin introducing those Nazca battleships to the wonders of transporter technology combined with photon torpedo.
    Concentrate on just taking out the bridges; we're interested in mission-kills, not complete kills.

    Pellaeon should be able to handle the rest of the space battle.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:11 No.16825011
    On Earth, how far away is the nearest concentration of reality distortions (like over ten entities worth?)
    As for the Leopards... I can't think of any particular use for them. I mean they're not really designed for combat are they?
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)03:11 No.16825013
    rolled 82 = 82

    "He be comin' towards us, mon. He's mad."

    One of the Star Destroyers outside explodes as the R-Types do what they do best. It is followed by another as the Storm brings its powerful weapons to bear.

    The Relentless is beginning to suffer heavy fire, its shields draining steadily. So is the Storm.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:14 No.16825026
    Begin evasive maneuvers for the Storm and Relentless.

    As for Vader? Inform the troops already stationed there that all four of his limbs are prosthetic and he's actually on life support. Maybe once he's taken by surprise by the Ysalimir, a Sandman can actually make him our puppet?
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 11/03/11(Thu)03:15 No.16825034
    Relentless and Storm micro-jump away, and wait to recharge their shields. Then get ready to jump back in to help the ground team at any moment.
    Gonna have to ask Pelaeon if it's good.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:17 No.16825042
    Okay, orders:
    Do this >>16825006
    The Overlord is to stay there and act as a fortress to aid in the defense.
    Leopards are to stay idle and within the Nod MCV's cloaking field. They'll act as additional air power if it comes to a fight.

    Mechagodzilla, perform self-repairs.

    Antaeus 01, manufacture a Pegasus transport chopper with cloaking device and a Scarab repair vehicle with a Soul Chip crewmember and cloaking device. Have it flown out to Mechagodzilla in order to repair Mechagodzilla with nanorobots.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)03:18 No.16825044
    rolled 56 = 56

    ANON: "All reality distortions are closing in on MechaGodzilla with varying speeds."

    "Seriously, this is all the defense they have? This is pathetic..." Mouse murmurs. His hand is on one of the bridge control consoles, fused with it, his fingers running from flesh to steel. "Give me just a few more minutes..."

    "He's coming, mon," Tosh whispers.

    More ships explode outside as the superior firepower of the Transpace Guard eats into the superior numbers and armor of Vader's fleet.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:21 No.16825056
    My orders from here >>16825042

    Everyone should be ready to pour solid slug or micro-blackhole fire onto Vader when he gets to the bridge. Inform the teams that he will be able to deflect back energy bolts.
    But explosives, slug-throwers like gauss rifles, and blackholes should work just fine.
    And with the No Force Zone, Vader can't catch grenades mid-air, either.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)03:22 No.16825061
    rolled 68 = 68

    Antaeus begins complying as M-G's limited self-repair systems go to work.

    The Aurors report the wards are all completed.

    The bomb is on site, its technicians appearing to be attaching it to Tokyo tower. The Chrono Legionnaires take up position around it.

    The Indefatigable transports the last of the assault team away and begins bombing operations as the Storm retreats to extreme range and the Relentless follows.

    "Almost there..." Mouse whispers even as a red lightsaber blade begins to cut through the bridge door.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:23 No.16825065
    Remember that while he can't access the 'true' Dark Side of the Force, he might still be able to do those bullshit disco moves.
    Ready a Sandmen to forcibly shut down his prosthetics.
    They can do that can't they?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:25 No.16825074
    All this and the bomb hasn't even been placed yet? Dear god.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:26 No.16825080
    >Ready a Sandmen to forcibly shut down his prosthetics.
    That'll require a Sandmen physically grappling Vader.

    We have 12 black hole guns and a psychic with a gauss assault rifle whose psi powers are not nullified by the No Force Zone.
    Why not just fire blackholes and gauss slugs at Vader till he's dead?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:27 No.16825083
    Yeah good point.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 11/03/11(Thu)03:30 No.16825100
    Aim for the head. Make it count.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)03:30 No.16825102
    rolled 87 = 87

    The Sandmen are occupied setting up control of the ship. They cannot be interrupted yet.

    "Got it!" Mouse cries triumphantly as the Executor ceases firing. "Now taking control of primary systems. We can't control the guns from here... but give me five minutes and we'll have life support, navigational, and engines under our command."

    The lightsaber blade continues to cut in a circle as the combat team tenses itself.

    Finally the circle completes and the molten circle of metal is hurled down, Darth Vader stepping into the bridge backed by a number of those bizzare female cyborg-samurai-stormtroopers.

    "You are all going to die," he says, flatly.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:32 No.16825113
    Because this is more dramatic and memorable.
    Still, back-up plans.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:33 No.16825120
    "Actually, I believe you'll find that the opposite of that is what is going to happen."

    Fire everything in his general vicinity.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:34 No.16825127
    Now he's sounding like the Vader we know and fear. Does he still have the tie?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:35 No.16825130
    "Everyone, reality emitters to maximum. Don't bother with blasters, use plasma weapons. If you're near one, pick up a mass rifle and use that.
    "Tosh, I'm sure you know what to do."
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:35 No.16825136
    Die? You mean like your wife did? When you couldn't save her, and in fact let her go into harm's way? Again?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:36 No.16825141
    ...Or is that going too far?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:37 No.16825145
    I belive this will set the mood.

    but really this
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:41 No.16825164
    ...Nah. It's going exactly far enough.
    While if he could use the force, filling him with this much rage would be signing our own death warrants, but since he can't, it isn't.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)03:44 No.16825181
    rolled 50 = 50

    He appears to have ripped it off.

    "SHUT U-"

    "Boo," Tosh says as he unleashes a psionic explosion. Vader AND his troops are temporarily stunned as plasma, laser, phaser, and good old fashion lead rake their ranks. A few Demo grenades only increases the pain, severed limbs flying into the air. In the few seconds of stunned stasis, Vader takes several bad hits to the torso and limbs while half of his troops lie dead and the other half wounded.

    Vader looks up and snaps his fingers. Nothing happens.

    "That should've activated the spell to summon my custom-made MJOLNIR armor!" he snarls. "What trickery is this? No Force?! No magic?! I don't NEED THEM! I HAVE MY RAGE!"

    Vader and the remnants of his bodyguard charge into melee, lightsabers and energy katanas/nodachis at the ready.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:46 No.16825193
    There's nothing left to say.
    Fight or die.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:49 No.16825205
    "Scout! Time to show them what you do best! Hurt them!"
    UNIT troops, stay out of melee. Group around the sentry turret.
    The RED Team and Spike are the only ones who can fight in melee. The RED Team have the advantage of the Medic and of being able to respawn, so they should take the brunt of the melee charge.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:50 No.16825211
    Oh yeah, we have reality emitters as well don't we?

    ...It's almost a shame that we must destroy him right when he's finally getting it right.

    Also has the bomb been secured yet?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:51 No.16825220
    Does Spike have experience in dealing with laser swords?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:52 No.16825227
    Suffer not the S.U.E. to live
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:53 No.16825231
    No, which is why I said that the guys who can respawn without problems should take the brunt of the charge.
    Though with all the firepower pouring down on them, I wonder if they'll even reach the RED Team.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:55 No.16825250
    Have the Heavy move in -- WITH THE KILLING GLOVES OF BOXING
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:56 No.16825255
    So how's everyone else doing?
    Has the repair forces met MechaGodzilla?
    What about the latest wave of enemies?
    Is the rest of the enemy fleet dead by now?
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)03:57 No.16825262
    rolled 43 = 43

    Demoman draws his Eyelander, but is too slow as Vader slices his head off with his lightsaber, spinning around to do the same to Heavy. The UNIT troopers open fire with their energy weapons, getting off a few well aimed shots that fell some of the enemy before they can close. Then things get chaotic. The energy blades of the saber troopers slice deeply into the Mobile Infantry suits, but the Medic is right there to heal them. The M.I. fire their phasers, unable to use their heavy weapons for fear of hitting their comrades in the melee. Scout is torn apart next with a strangled yelp as several of the UNIT soldiers are wounded and two die, their power armor preventing greatly casualties.

    One of the sabertroopers falls back with a pickaxe lodged in her brain as Soldier screams his warcry.

    Spike fires his handgun only to watch the bullets bounce off the trooper armor. He scowls and looks over to one of the Sandmen communing with the computers. "Give me that!" he yells as he grabs the soldier's Mass Rifle from him and opens fire, tearing apart a trooper that gets too close.

    Tosh coolly fires a gauss burst that decapitates another sabertrooper before another knocks his gun from his hands, half-leaping back, he produces his balisong with a smooth motion and proceeds to jam it into the female soldier's neck.

    More soldiers rush down the hallway to reach the bridge, but the M.I. step forward and hose the area with their heavy flamers, a risky but effective move as several of the reinforcements die and the rest retreat.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:57 No.16825272
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    Dammit, I knew I forgot something!
    We should have packed the Heavy a picnic basket of sandviches, so that he can punch out the blood of the babies!
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)03:59 No.16825288
    Where exactly are the Ysalimir located?
    I'd like to defend them without making it too obvious that defending them is what we're trying to do.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:01 No.16825301
    "EMH, get those UNIT trooper's heads into a nanny bag! We can attempt to resuscitate them later!
    "Engineer, what's the ETA on those respawns?"
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:02 No.16825310
    Should be on a frame on each person's back. As long as the ysalimir is alive it will continue to generate its anti-Force field. Even if a person dies, it doesn't mean the the ysalimir dies.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)04:02 No.16825311
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    With most of his minions slain, Darth Vader is the last to fall. First a plasma bolt pierces him and he stumbles. Soldier rushes in with his pickaxe to finish the deed, but Vader suddenly stands, slicing him in two. A sentry turret burst strikes his chest plate and his life support machinery begins to spark and fail as he stumbles back. The UNIT soldiers press the attack, melting off his Sith armor as Vader swiftly finds that without plot armor, SUE energy, or the Dark Side to sustain him, he's just a badly injured middle aged man that needs a respirator. With his last ounce of strength he tears his helmet and mask off to look around with hazy, clouded eyes...

    ...only to have his head explode in a fountain of blood.

    "Boom," Sniper says, lowering his rifle. "Headshot."
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)04:06 No.16825331
    On frames on the Sandmen and UNIT's backs.

    "'Bout two minutes," Engineer drawls.

    Meanwhile, the Mercury Battlestar outside explodes as the Imperial fleet overwhelms it. However, with the Executor dead in space, their own numbers reduced to 2 ImpStarDeuces, and a single Nazca, they opt to retreat rather than press the attack.

    MechaGodzilla is being repaired by the repair bot. The SUEs have apparently stopped to 'form up' before engaging it.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:06 No.16825332
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    >"Boom," Sniper says, lowering his rifle."Headshot."
    FUCK. YES.

    We are getting Sniper a TR-116 after this.

    The others should be respawning soon.

    And make sure that the EMH gets those UNIT troopers into nannie-bags; even though they might be clinically dead, they may not be information-dead, and we might still be able to reboot their brains in the reconstruction tanks.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:06 No.16825335

    Time to set up us the bomb?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:06 No.16825336
    Well that's certainly a decisive way of solving things. Although the more I dwell on it, the more sad it makes me.
    Let's see what everyone else is up to.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:08 No.16825348
    While I'm uncomfortable with the idea of giving them time to prepare, I recognize that MechaGodzilla needs it more.
    And as long as his Reality Emitter is still fully operational, or even just mostly operational, he should be fine probably.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:09 No.16825355
    >Mercury-class Battlestar status: SUNK
    Damn, and I was expecting it to survive this battle.

    As for the remaining enemy ships, they might not want to engage, but we do.

    Have the Indefatigable chase them down and put photon torpedoes straight into their bridges.

    That will secure the orbital space so that we can provide orbital strike support to Mechagodzilla.
    Oh, and before I forget, what's happened with the Decepticons? Have we identified and slagged Starscream?
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)04:14 No.16825379
    The SCVs have completed the ring of missile turrets and are now working on a few bunkers. The MCVs have finished setting up the Firestorm barriers, generator, and power plants, but are exhausted on resources.

    The technicians are ready to start the countdown and are waiting for your orders.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:14 No.16825381
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:15 No.16825390
    Begin the countdown. It's time for the hard part.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:17 No.16825397
    As soon as we confirm the status of the Decepticons that were part of this fleet, and the Indefatigable cripples the last 3 remaining ships, then I think it'll be safe enough to begin the countdown.

    This world's Final Countdown.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)04:19 No.16825408
    Starscream was not among the destroyed, but you fragged Skywarp, and a bunch of the others.

    I'm surprised you haven't figured out what happened to him yet.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:20 No.16825411
    I suspect Starscream might be waiting to see which way the wind is blowing. Once the bomb warms up he'll appear, no doubt.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:21 No.16825420
    Well, I assume he either made contact with the Orz and he got *pulled* or he successfully was able to make a transit and escape into the Meta.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:22 No.16825425
    That WOULD be classic Starscream.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:22 No.16825427
    Did he greedily keep the data for himself, and thus the Orz *snagged* him and only him?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:25 No.16825451
    I can't really think of anything left to add.
    Let's just stick with the plan, and hope nothing else goes wrong.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:28 No.16825468
    Well, the Inde, after it cripples the last 3 remaining US Space Navy ships, can swing back around and check for any escape pods from the battlestar.

    Otherwise, now that we control the orbital space, we can provide orbital support for Mechagodzilla, and the countdown for the Bomb can begin.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)04:30 No.16825472
    As much as I would like to get this done tonight, it's 4:25 AM. I'm going to have to call it here and pick up tomorrow at the usual time.

    Just in case, I began archival here:

    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:30 No.16825475
    That would be hil-arious.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:31 No.16825480
    Oh good, I was about to say it was getting late/early.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)04:32 No.16825487
    I thought so too. Everytime you've asked "What happened to Starscream", I keep imaging him falling through empty space with a PDA with the data in his hands, going "YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA" as a sea of Orz faces surround him.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:32 No.16825491
    OP...why'd you do that?
    Do you realize that the tags you used, the quest tags aren't the same ones as all of the previously archived tags?
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)04:37 No.16825520
    This is why I was closing shop. I'm falling asleep.

    Don't suppose there's a way to fix it?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:38 No.16825528
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    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:38 No.16825529
    Wait, we have Hellbores?

    Does this mean we have access to the BOLO universe?

    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:40 No.16825537
    Above our paygrade, and we couldn't have kept it after this mission.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:41 No.16825545
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:42 No.16825551
    Because Bolos are the most retarded fucking things ever in sci-fi, and that includes Plan 9 From Outer Space.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:45 No.16825565
    So I'm assuming our reward for this mission will be selected from the temp troops we requisitioned?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)04:57 No.16825616
    I vote we keep the Knight Inductor and the RED team. Mechagodzilla if possible.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)05:31 No.16825745
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)05:33 No.16825755
    Different type of hellbores, I reckon. I was thinking about the Star Control 2 version, the ultimate ship weapon for the precursor vessel.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)05:42 No.16825800
    Mechagodzilla has impressed us all, but where the hell would we keep him?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)06:06 No.16825911
    Hell, tie em to the ship.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)06:09 No.16825925
    The images in my head, they just don't go away!

    Not complaining.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)06:10 No.16825930

    He will stand on one of the Star Destroyers in a Gunbuster pose.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)06:13 No.16825948
    Maybe the Aurors could transfigure him to regular size, and then unleash him when needed.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)06:20 No.16825981
    Do we have access to anything from Dune universe at this point?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)06:36 No.16826054
    Do we have access to the SRW OG timeline? Our fleet could be bolstered with a few Gespensts, and maybe a Huckebein or two. Alteisen Riese would be swell too.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)08:43 No.16826631
    Sooo... MechaGodzilla in a Gunbuster pose on the ship... That's just going to be great for our diplomacy, isn't it?

    "Let us pass... or deal with MechaGodzilla."

    I still say we need to keep the Knights Inductor/Reasonable Marines.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)10:59 No.16827407
    I agree. If we can keep them, we should. If only for their partial immunity to Chaos.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)14:32 No.16828875
    Well, probably the temp troops. And we need to move the Oncoming Storm into position alongside the Executor so that we can extend our transit drive envelope to take it with us when we transit out ahead of the Rewriter Bomb's activation.
    I'm hoping we get to keep it, since we looted it and all.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)16:39 No.16829753
    I'm the dude who originally requested Mecha Godzilla in an earlier thread (though not the one who came up with the brilliant stratagem of using him as a giant metal distraction) and I am really grateful that OP gave us the original instead of the MK 2 I requested.
    I had somehow forgotten just how awesome the 'Bionic Monster' (and his theme music) was and is.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)17:45 No.16830266
    Next part of the plan:
    Hit Washington D.C. from orbit with blasts centered in the Whitehouse and the Pentagon. Send another blast at Mt. Cheyenne.
    Broadcast our decoy message.
    "Even now, all across your world, forces are moving into position. London, Paris, Washington, New York, Moscow, Beijing, Kyoto; all will feel the ending of your old world order, as borders are erased. We shall reset everything back to zero, and so create A World With No Boundaries!"
    Space forces secure space. Keep scanning the ground around the bomb, in case any S.U.E.s arrive.
    Most of our ground forces - including the mechs, gundams, and artillery - should be on the ground around our bombsite.
    Keep the Aurors working on those anti-muggle charms.
    Get the X-com troops over to the bridge of the Executor. Nothing like a little mind control for disposable scouting, and nothing like a Blaster launcher to completely fuck anyone fighting inside a space ship. They've boarded and wrecked ships like this before, they should be right at home.

    Do we have any forces for further distractions around the globe? Making people think New York and London are actually under attack will likely draw forces away from Tokyo.
    >> OP 11/03/11(Thu)17:54 No.16830326
    If you are doing this, are you aiming to actually blow these things up or to minimize casualties?

    Also, the X-COM troops are with the rest of the ground forces at the bomb site. However, between the cloaking field and the distractions, it should be at least a few minutes before they are attacked. You have a small amount of time to shuffle your forces around.

    On the Executor is RED team, the Mobile Infantry, Spike, Tosh, Mouse, the Sandmen, and UNIT. The Sandmen and Mouse cannot leave the ship.

    All your ships sans the dropships are in orbit. The R-Types, VFs, Gunstar, Tie-Ds, Gundams and X-wings which I forgot to mention are with the fleet along with Shin Getter and Brasta.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)18:04 No.16830395
    X-com troops are already deployed at the site? Best to leave them there, then.
    I'm not even sure a distraction at other parts of the globe is a good idea, so cancel that for now.
    The goal with the Whitehouse, Pentagon and Mt. Cheyenne is to blow them so far to shit that nothing is alive in the wreckage.
    Keep all Space-capable forces in space for now. That second fleet is likely to give us a shit-ton of trouble.

    But yes, go ahead with the Terrorist message targetting major cities worldwide.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)18:07 No.16830422
    I'm pretty sure the situation on the Executor is more or less under control, and so will the enemy space forces soon enough.
    Also I think we've got a good thing going here, with everyone trying to fight MechaGodzilla, so I don't see a need to change the plan.
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)18:08 No.16830437
    Question: Would it be possible to give the Star-Lord and Pellaeon a Ysalamir each without compromising the team on the Executor?
    Also, exactly how disabled is the Death Star?
    Finally, when this bomb goes off ... what will that mean for our forces in orbit or on the planet? Do they all die?
    >> Anonymous 11/03/11(Thu)18:10 No.16830451

    Some of those casualties in those places may be important people. It might not bode well for the canon if some of those people are missing or dead.

    Although, it's very likely that any important leadership/staff in those countries have already evacuated to bunkers and/or safe zones that are far away from our target locations. If that's so, we're looking at a skeleton crew and any stubborn leaders who refuse to be intimidated by terrorist threats to the point of idiocy (i.e. SUEs).

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