Post by Jandalf on Toast on Sept 16, 2005 15:37:47 GMT -5
Hmmm, lessee. Skips get wise to the trick of making them shoot each other by passing between them too quickly... I'd agree with Cy's answer if a Jedi islying, as the T-65XJ does carry one torpedo for each skip on the approach. If the pilot isn't a Jedi, however, that lessens the chances considerably. Perhaps I'd just eject my astromech and fly off into the asteroids to distract them and make them waste time shooting it in their BURNING YV ANTI-DROID HATE!! Heh heh heh. As if that would work. Sigh.
Post by Master Warious on Sept 20, 2005 13:01:17 GMT -5
Use Nuclear torps and remote activation. Don't rely on your computer to activate it when you want it to. But don't let it hit the skipps. Detonate it just outside the skipp. The radiation will do far more damage to their ships then any non radioactive weapon.
Post by Master Warious on Sept 21, 2005 12:50:46 GMT -5
They are biological ships and because of the negative effects of Radiation on biological things a Nuclear weapon may just do the trick. Or Biolological warheads....but please keep these in space as they would harm the rest of us as well. 'Alpha Red' was SO not a good idea.
Post by Jandalf on Toast on Sept 28, 2005 0:13:00 GMT -5
Mmm, yes...if the living tissue of the skips were exposed, then a really strong radiation would take some nice effect. However, I'm under the impression that skips have this sort of vacuum-calluse as an outer layer. I remember reading in SbS how the YVH droids were walking around on a skip in vacuum and got away without being noticed. Like a hard, unfeeling shell...
I think I'll stick to my original plan. Even though I might collide with a potato asteroid.