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Thread: Who is the "League of Reparation"?

  1. #121
    FD is playing false. The crime against Cmdr Jameson is neither solved nor did he receive justice. So the cabal among the Superpowers is going on. By rewarding pilots with decals FD is blinding us. Please stay steadfast, keep on searching for the truth behind the murder of Cmdr Jameson, don't take these bloodstained decals, don't kill the truthseekers, please don't take part in these special CGs.

  2. #122
    Originally Posted by TheLawful View Post (Source)
    Oh, and the League gets hammered indeed, no counter CG, and they're not even linked.

    https://forums.frontier.co.uk/showthread.php?t=439566
    https://forums.frontier.co.uk/showthread.php?t=439563

    Somehow, I can't get rid of the suspicion Riri may be innocent, too. Nexus will rise again

    O7,
    It's a CZ one though, so the thing to do would seem to be to go and fight alongside the League. ... Or to UA bomb the CG stations. Where's Jmanis?

  3. #123
    I'm still hoping this evolves into greater narrative that changes the Alliance itself. Remember Salome's requiem? This sounds like the sort of thing she talked about.

  4. #124
    Originally Posted by Henoch View Post (Source)
    FD is playing false. The crime against Cmdr Jameson is neither solved nor did he receive justice. So the cabal among the Superpowers is going on. By rewarding pilots with decals FD is blinding us. Please stay steadfast, keep on searching for the truth behind the murder of Cmdr Jameson, don't take these bloodstained decals, don't kill the truthseekers, please don't take part in these special CGs.
    Remember Cmdr Jameson had an Elite combat rating, perhaps his death was actually revenge for one crew members on one of the 8000 ships he would have had to have destroyed to reach that rating.

  5. #125
    Riri McAllister is from Lave.
    Smels a bit of GalCop or Dr. Walden.

    Lavians are generally quite unpleasant. Not surpriced that they will hold a grudge for a hundred years or more.

  6. #126
    Originally Posted by Henoch View Post (Source)
    FD is playing false. The crime against Cmdr Jameson is neither solved nor did he receive justice. So the cabal among the Superpowers is going on. By rewarding pilots with decals FD is blinding us. Please stay steadfast, keep on searching for the truth behind the murder of Cmdr Jameson, don't take these bloodstained decals, don't kill the truthseekers, please don't take part in these special CGs.
    The League of Reparation" aren't "truth seekers", they killed people who's only connection to INRA was that one of their ancestors worked for INRA. Not even ancestors who where responsible for Jameson's mission or the events that resulted in Jameson's death.

    What makes Jameson so special that his death justifies killing innocents?

    Remember Jameson worked for INRA. In the logic of LoR his descendants should get killed.
    Remember that Jameson knowingly and willingly committed mass murder using a biological weapon of mass destruction against sentient aliens.

    Killing innocent people isn't searching for the truth.
    Killing innocent people isn't justice.

    LoR is nothing more than a terrorist group, a murder cult obsessed with a morally dubious person who lived generations ago.

  7. #127
    Originally Posted by CMDR Zadian Lichtfrost View Post (Source)
    Remember that Jameson knowingly and willingly committed mass murder using a biological weapon of mass destruction against sentient aliens.
    Huh, no, he didn't. INRA played him. What he thought he was delivering was a weapon that only targeted their hyperdrives, nothing else. And when he realized Thargoids inside the hive ship were dying too he was horrified.

  8. #128
    Originally Posted by discocat View Post (Source)
    Huh, no, he didn't. INRA played him. What he thought he was delivering was a weapon that only targeted their hyperdrives, nothing else. And when he realized Thargoids inside the hive ship were dying too he was horrified.
    Pray tell what would happen to a Thargoid Hive ship without drives stuck in a system not of their origin.

    They live happily ever after on some airless Icey moon drink Tequila?

    He was horrified he saw them died a painful but quick death, as opposed to not thinking about it at all.

    Juts like all the nameless faceless crews on all the ships he would have had to boil to be elite to begin with

  9. #129
    Well I for one will be supporting the League, because them losing would be fairly pedestrian at the moment.

  10. #130
    Originally Posted by Thatchinho View Post (Source)
    It's a CZ one though, so the thing to do would seem to be to go and fight alongside the League. ... Or to UA bomb the CG stations. Where's Jmanis?
    Oh, I didn't even see this one. I'm out of the UA bombing game these days

  11. #131
    Originally Posted by discocat View Post (Source)
    Huh, no, he didn't. INRA played him. What he thought he was delivering was a weapon that only targeted their hyperdrives, nothing else. And when he realized Thargoids inside the hive ship were dying too he was horrified.
    Sure, if we assume that Jameson was ignorant, naive and stupid - things that usually don't count as a defense.

    What do people expect to happen if they go on a mission "that could end the war" using missiles that require to be delivered to a hive ship and with an effect that spreads to the entire enemy fleet - a fleet made out of bio-mechanical ships.

    Yea, totally a humanitarian mission.

    The only difference between killing all Thargoids directly and disabling the hyperdrives of all Thargoids is that Jameson saw the result of his actions directly.

    If anything the logs found on his crashed Cobra are the attempt of Jameson to justify his actions to his son by playing stupid.

  12. #132
    Originally Posted by Vasious View Post (Source)
    Pray tell what would happen to a Thargoid Hive ship without drives stuck in a system not of their origin.

    They live happily ever after on some airless Icey moon drink Tequila?

    He was horrified he saw them died a painful but quick death, as opposed to not thinking about it at all.

    Juts like all the nameless faceless crews on all the ships he would have had to boil to be elite to begin with
    There's a difference between defending yourself and others doing patrols (which may include killing pirates and agressive thargoid scouts)... and commiting a xenocide while being convinced it would just immobilize a ship.

    See, the hive ship wasn't going to move, but it would still be able to call for help cause no hyperdrives doesn't mean every other system goes down (there would be really low chances that the part of their ship doing the jumps would also be a power source...). My guess is, Jameson was probably convinced that the thargoids on board would be calling another hive ship and telling them what happened (a single human firing a weapon immobilizing a hive ship). All this could have been enough to stop the war, the thargoids would have fear us immobilizing whole fleets, and may have backed away.

    Of course, we now know that it wouldn't have been enough, cause thargoids just don't stop what they're doing and if you're in the way they attack relentlessly, just like they did when they met the guardians... but Jameson didn't know any of that.

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