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The old conundrum; Do Cornerian Pilots have augmented legs?
Topic Started: Aug 8 2012, 08:07 AM (1,205 Views)
Kursed
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Kursed aj rusb!
their not human.

gravity diffusers
Edited by Kursed, Aug 8 2012, 09:30 AM.
 
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Kursed aj rusb!
Two words: Not Human.
You don't see f-22 pilots or astronauts in the space shuttle without legs do yoU?
Edited by Kursed, Aug 8 2012, 07:47 PM.
 
Kursed
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Kursed aj rusb!
I think the fact that their not human plus the gravity diffusers could help and as far as moving fast their not human and they could have robotic exoskeletons.
 
Kursed
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Kursed aj rusb!
I think it's just rushed art.
 
Kursed
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Kursed aj rusb!
I think it's just bad art... to be honest
 
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Kursed aj rusb!
yeah well problem with fiction is science doesn't always work :P
 
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