Can't expect much from a limpet specialist...True, not much of an improvement though. Ram Tah is the wrong man for the job.
I gather from the tone of your post that your date with that Thargoid went well. We all know Thargoids don't kiss and tell, so we need you to give us the details! Like, are the stories true about the size of their appendages? And the number of them?You know how Thargoids are still alive, and also really attractive? Guess what: the Guardians are NOT still alive. Which means they probably combat-logged. And that's bad.
Just saying, guardian-lovers.
But the question is, where they slurping up humans in '84? I didn't have the luxury of even knowing about the game back then thanks to growing up "in the sticks, sorta" in the states, so I was perhaps assuming incorrectly that this was new (ED era) Thargoid behavior.Borg?!
I'll have you know there were Thargoids flying around in Elite while the Trek TNG writers were still an evil gleam in a parent's eyes.
I don't see any way at all how I resemble that remark.OP, you remind me of that lady who made the sign and went up on the roof on Independence Day. You know, the one who got vaporized?
So I'm an FBI agent? Does that absolve me of gender entirely?Because this is the internet's, where men are men, women are men and teens are FBI agents.
They were certainly pulling us out of witch space and shooting thargons at us. And of course we were shooting back and scooping up their babies... Which is of course how @RELSPI came to be with us...But the question is, where they slurping up humans in '84? I didn't have the luxury of even knowing about the game back then thanks to growing up "in the sticks, sorta" in the states, so I was perhaps assuming incorrectly that this was new (ED era) Thargoid behavior.
Well, to be fair, Aegis does know that humanity is capable of far more effective tools than what the Guardians have. I seem to remember that humanity has already had an AI uprising, which is why computers in Elite have less functionality than a 20th century toaster; plus, Aegis presumably knows about how effective INRA used to be against the Thargoids.Can't expect much from a limpet specialist...
Edit: Even Aegis said: "We believe that Ram Tah's accomplishments, while impressive, represent only a fraction of what can be accomplished."