CORELINE (D20 Modern/D20 BESM Setting).

kronos182

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I imagine it'd be possible to modify the Gallop to include some of the adjustable mobile suit racks used on later versions of the Musai to allow the use of Dom or other-sized mobile weapons. In fact, I imagine that this might become standard on Principality of Zeon Gallops.

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These are meant to be regular Spacetroopers, but in Coreline? Well they could very well be Spacetroopers in Terminator Armor.

Regarding Spacetroopers, I imagine them to be among the most prominent users of mobile suits in the GFFA. This applies even more to Spacetroopers in the Milky Way galaxy.
While Imperial Spacetroopers in Terminator armour is visually awesome, I don't think they'd field many, if any..
1) Expensive to produce and acquire the materials to build to spec.
2) designed for much larger than average troopers
3) How many holy wars would the Imperium or Adeptus Mechanicus wage to recover their holy tech? Which could be a good factor in someone's campaign.

Although once I get the terminator armour stated, there is nothing to stop me from creating some Imperial versions for fun.
 
Well, the current versions are made for Space Marines, but the origins of the Terminator Armour was for use in blast furnace and reactor maintenance... as in walking in there while they were active.

The Iron Man "Igor" armor also resembles a Terminator Armour except for the heavy hydraulic jack on its back and I guess a few of the regular Iron Man features.


Heck, the new Marine suits like Centurion Armor and the Dreadknight holler "Hulkbuster" in concept (guy, power armor, bigger power armor).

Heh... wonder how many Mechanicus would think Stark is a Heretek or one of those in touch with the Omnissiah? And there is also a whole alien race that worships Tony (the "Stark". Think they were enemies of the original (Year 3000) Guardians of the Galaxy).

 
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kronos182

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Well, the current versions are made for Space Marines, but the origins of the Terminator Armour was for use in blast furnace and reactor maintenance... as in walking in there while they were active.

The Iron Man "Igor" armor also resembles a Terminator Armour except for the heavy hydraulic jack on its back and I guess a few of the regular Iron Man features.

Heh... wonder how many Mechanicus would think Stark is a Heretek or one of those in touch with the Omnissiah? And there is also a whole alien race that worships Tony (the "Stark". Think they were enemies of the original (Year 3000) Guardians of the Galaxy).

Mechanicus would probably be after Stark for creating artificial intelligences.. JARVIS.. FRIDAY to name a few.. Ultron would be their big point.
 

Lord Zack

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Though keep in mind that there is likely more than one faction of the Mechanicus on Coreline, like the Empire of the Milky Way/ Galactic Empire-aligned Forge World I have mentioned before. Some of these might be more heretechial than others, even to the point of using AI.
 

kronos182

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Though keep in mind that there is likely more than one faction of the Mechanicus on Coreline, like the Empire of the Milky Way/ Galactic Empire-aligned Forge World I have mentioned before. Some of these might be more heretechial than others, even to the point of using AI.
Oh yeah.. all the droids in Star Wars would be seen as abominations to the Mechanicus.
As Lord Zack says, there are most likely different factions.
A forge world in the Galactic Empire.. That can be a problem.. as if it's a Palpatine run GE, the Adeptus Mechanicus there would not like ol' Palpatine trying to run the show as we all know he would.
Also they'd have to change a lot of how they do things and accept droids/AIs as the Empire would use them and probably wouldn't look too
 
Well, dunno... if "Rise of Skywalker" doesn't has a grip in the Line as a canon event of the GFFA (even if it does, I think it would be a weak one), then there is "Dark Empire".
 

Lord Zack

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Oh, I had forgotten Rise of Skywalker. However, if the Dark Empire exists it'd probably be in secrecy, biding its time. Too many strong rivals, including another version of himself if he knows about him. There's nothing stopping it from working behind the scenes to weaken it's opposition, however. Palpatine might even offer boons to certain factions like the First Order, in order to fight their mutual enemies.
 

Lord Zack

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Two from the source material and probably alternates as well. I wonder if younger versions of him might be able to get away with passing himself off as non-Sith.

By the way, have any of you watched JoJo's Bizarre Adventure?
 
Nope, haven't. I am pretty much behind lots of stuff I am pretty sure I should be watching for this thing.

You guys know if it's on Crunchyroll? Free Crunchyroll? Don't really have the cash for Premium right now.
 

Lord Zack

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Netflix is how I happen to be watching it. I am wondering whether the power of Hamon would be effective against all vampires and possibly other undead, not just those from JoJo. I think it is possible, given how it works. Imagine if a Belmont managed to learn how to use Hamon alongside their other tricks, perhaps even in combination with their signature Vampire Killer whip...

I also think Hamon could be considered a form of Ki Control, learnable by other Ki Wielders. I wonder how far this would extend- could a Jedi learn Ki techniques? Could a user of Chakra? Could Goku use his excellent mimicry abilities to copy Naruto's Rasengan?
 
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Well, considering that I have a character in one Coreline fanfiction that has the capacity to copy techniques, I think that the limit is that you can't learn something if your not built for it. Ki users can learn Jedi or Sith code, but the Force may not like them. Jedi could learn how to do the Kamehameha, but it runs on a bit of a different wavelength (we are talking something similar to the difference between UV and visible light). Chakra user could probably learn how to use Ki. As for Goku learning the Rasengan, don't see why not, but my limited memory of how that technique works makes me think that it's kind of like the Destructo Disk, only replace "cut" with "drill" or "vaccum".
 

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