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Zampanů
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Originally posted by truejedi
or repairing it, and flying it out. Perhaps he used a little TK to help a bit, but didn't take on the full strength of the ship. Heck, if the ship had life support and lighting systems, it could easily have had launch rockets as well.

Please feel free to substantiate your claim regarding launch rockets on a ship constructed and operated entirely in outer space.

And shut up Gideon


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N
The screen either says he ripped it out or lifted it out (I remember). Flying it out doesn't fit in with that.


"Hauled out."

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And shut up Gideon


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Well, was I the only one who missed the noticeable bulge in his robes? Obviously the gravity manipulation gun.

It seems just as valid as the notion that he pulled it out through the Force, since no one has offered incontroverible proof that Nihilus possesses remarkable telekinesis.


Considering that N was a soldier stuck on Malachor V, I would find it more likely that he didn't have access to magical gravity gun of which we have no proof exists.

Although how he got it flying while stuck on the ground is a question. A ship like that is going to have a lot of mass. Combine that with a magic gravity well and you have a ship that weighs a lot.


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Actually DE, i'm fairly certain, it uses the word "tore".

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Considering that N was a soldier stuck on Malachor V, I would find it more likely that he didn't have access to magical gravity gun of which we have no proof exists.


Well how do you know that the magical gravity gun wasn't simply part of the standard Sith uniform, in case of emergencies?

Perhaps Nihilus is also some sort of MacGyver-esque figure and was capable of designing such a device?

I'm obviously teasing you about the gun, but there is no proof that has been offered that concludes that Nihilus tore the ship out of the gravity well through telekinesis.

You can say how it's the best possible explanation, but that doesn't make it absolute.

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Although how he got it flying while stuck on the ground is a question.


If one removes the cartridge from the Magical Gravity Manipulation Gun and replaces it with a Repair Star Destroyer cartridge, it can theoretically be used to... repair a Star Destroyer.

Edit: RN's investigations concluded that the quote says "haul." But I'm not sure that makes a difference.

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Well how do you know that the magical gravity gun wasn't simply part of the standard Sith uniform, in case of emergencies?

Perhaps Nihilus is also some sort of MacGyver-esque figure and was capable of designing such a device?

I'm obviously teasing you about the gun, but there is no proof that has been offered that concludes that Nihilus tore the ship out of the gravity well through telekinesis.

You can say how it's the best possible explanation, but that doesn't make it absolute.



If one removes the cartridge from the Magical Gravity Manipulation Gun and replaces it with a Repair Star Destroyer cartridge, it can theoretically be used to... repair a Star Destroyer.


No where, am I claiming it is absolute and nor should I have to. We do not need absolute anything to make conclusions. Sadly, this bad habit has developed here at SWVF for the past two years.


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I absolutely know it did not use the word "haul"

And that doesn't even sound like he used force if it did.

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What has been offered (rather tenaciously and vigorously) by a certain faction is that Nihilus used the Force (specifically telekinesis) to haul the Ravager out of Malachor's gravity well.

I ask for proof, I get almost nothing. Certainly not enough to prove that.

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Autokrat, this is what DS would call "grasping at straws." Usually, Gideon would then be the one to laugh at him. I guess I'll have to fill in for that step.

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"Hauled out."


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Actually DE, i'm fairly certain, it uses the word "tore".


Hauled and tore are just fancy white devil ways of saying ripped or lifted. And by sweet Urkel I refuse to use the slave language whitey imposes on me.


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DE, you'r not black.


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DE, you'r not black.


"I'm wondering if you're making grammatical mistakes just to bait me."

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I'm almost black.

(please log in to view the image)

See? Surely that almost counts.


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Didn't we declare a moritorium on that photo?

If I can't spam images of preemies then you can't have... that


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I find that to be incredibly racist. Just becuase I'm black (but not 'too' black, heaven forbid big grin ) and apparantly am rather well indowed doesn't mean I don't have the right to post my shnazzy sort-of blackness as I wish. Fo-shizzle!

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who was that fool that kept actually posting pictures of himself on here a few months back? Was that KOTOR3?

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hmmm, according to wookipedia (not a source, I know) A mass shadow generator was what was creating the gravity field on Malachor. Nihilus ripped his fleet, not from the surface of the planet, but from the pull of the mass shadow generator (which had been set up to trap the fleet at Malachor.)

For what wookie is worth...

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Hey look, I found this kickass respect thread in the Vgforums. If anyone needs some quotes, just look there, though the youtube links are dead mostly.

Of particular note is that Canderous mentions that the ship should have fallen apart by now, which supports the 'N was holding it together' argument, that Tobin mentions that N's keeping himself (Tobin) and the whole crew alive, possibly indicating a bond and that N was already weakened by hunger before his fight with teh Exile, which I'd forgotten.

Though Blax calls Gideon and Lightsnake the two best debators on KMC, so obviously the thread can't be that in tune with reality.


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No. They are not Palpatine fanboys. In fact they really don't like Sidious.

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Of particular note is that Canderous mentions that the ship should have fallen apart by now, which supports the 'N was holding it together'
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DE, stop it! This was the quote:

Mandalore: [The Ravager] is barely holding itself together. The structural damage should have destroyed it long ago.
Which clearly says : The Ravager is barely holding itself together.

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