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Re: Type-7SZ "Sandwich"-class Ceremonial Escort Frigate, Statek'vilk-pattern Mark I

on Tue Feb 16, 2016 3:55 pm
I followed all the instructions up to this point, but there must have been an error when plotting the interphasic protopeptide wave collisions, because I ended up with beef brisket. Do you think the problem is in the antinuclear delta-particle splicer? Mine's a bit patched up after I tried to coalesce a polaron-based macroneutrino beam without a type 6 automolecular counter-disruption barrier, which resulted in the trans-polyester metafiliment grid simultaneously imploding and exploding. We spent a week purging the resulting gamma-ovaltine radiation from Ops.

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Re: Type-7SZ "Sandwich"-class Ceremonial Escort Frigate, Statek'vilk-pattern Mark I

on Tue Feb 16, 2016 4:18 pm
Eh, I doubt it; most antinuclear delta-particle splicers come with some pretty heavy vanadium-tritanium omnigrain retroreversion shielding specifically to prevent multistate anapulse interference. Even if it's patched up, there shouldn't be too much of an effect on any sort of multiform collision plotting (at least within most standard gamma levels). If I had to take a guess, I'd say your ambiray decay-prevention field generators might've suffered a fault in their intrasonic maxicyclorotron webs during the initial inversion or anadisplacement stages. If so, you've got your work cut out for you; there's a reason subplasmid-channeling ignition drives have a reputation for needing so much positive muon-stream frequency-shifter carburetors. XD

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