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    this breaks my emersion!!!

    While running cargo, I get interdicted by a Deadly Anaconda. I submit to fight, with my T-9. I successfully reduce it's armor to 19% before it low wakes. Iritated, i target the station, and low wake. INIDIATELY, I am interdicted AGAIN, by the SAME Anaconda... with FULL HEALTH. This happens, 3 times. This is absolutely ridiculous. Yamicks would be screaming, "EMERRRRRRRSIONNNNNNNNN!!!"

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    He went for repairs, ​really fast!

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    These things are sent to try us. Obviously his wing of repair limpet and healing beam-equipped ships sorted him out.

    Also: immersion*, irritated*, immediately*

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    Originally Posted by piercehead View Post (Source)
    These things are sent to try us. Obviously his wing of repair limpet and healing beam-equipped ships sorted him out.

    Also: immersion*, irritated*, immediately*
    appreciated... typing with both hands also breaks my immersion
    However, I will attempt to not irritate you with my laziness, and immediately turn on my spell checker. Now, whether or not I wil actually go back and change things... THAT, I won't promise.

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    I have a habit of sub-targetting the FSD of interdicting NPCs so that they don't get away. Yes, I'm that vindictive.

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    Originally Posted by RevCaoticFox View Post (Source)
    While running cargo, I get interdicted by a Deadly Anaconda. I submit to fight, with my T-9. I successfully reduce it's armor to 19% before it low wakes. Iritated, i target the station, and low wake. INIDIATELY, I am interdicted AGAIN, by the SAME Anaconda... with FULL HEALTH. This happens, 3 times. This is absolutely ridiculous. Yamicks would be screaming, "EMERRRRRRRSIONNNNNNNNN!!!"
    It is silly, I agree.

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    emersion

    e·mer·sion
    əˈmərZHən/
    noun
    noun: emersion

    the process or state of emerging from or being out of water after being submerged.

    Astronomy
    the reappearance of a celestial body after its eclipse or occultation.