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Unread postPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2018 11:04 pm
  

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OK. This is a real deal which I'm being working on for the past years. Given that current classic Robotech hung in the balance (with IP for SDF Macross / SDC Southern Cross / GC Mospeada slated to end / revised in 2021) or basically stands to be rebooted, and of course with Palladium losing the rights to Robotech RPG .... it is maybe hightime for fans to takeover the reins in expanding RT-verse, non-canonical ofcourse.

It is a daunting task, for me its more about how to incorporate several elements of RIFTS, 3 Galaxies and adapting the greater whole of SDC Orguss / Macross 0 / Macross II universe ported over to classic Robotech. Quite expansive endeavors.

Adaptation of Macross 0 basically to pad the Global Civil War - AUL connection on the early parts of Robotech: Macross Saga, RIFTS basically a part where UEEF marked its space colonisation projects and to pad Sentinels timeline, SDC Orguss is an attempt to introduced new Sentinel races while Macross II is basically covered classic Robotech Timeline from 2060ish - 2090s (yes, I am inclined to continue classic Robotech into Macross II verse).

On the issue of adaptation of 3 Galaxies, well its more of introducing elements of the aborted Robotech 3000 and turn it into a massive colonization efforts by combined UEG (Earth) - Allied Zentraedi - Tyrol - Praxis - Emaan (from Orguss) - Invid Solugi and Sentinels Confederation forces to explore new galaxies and the after effects of Robotechnology on the 3 Galaxies' socio-political scene once the colonisation Robotech armada arrived in-situ. Its scenario is more or less like Mass Effect: Andromeda kinda adventure.

I might opened a thread based on each scenario. Just feel the need to share this with you guys.

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Unread postPosted: Sat Aug 25, 2018 8:00 pm
  

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RobotechMaster wrote:
I might opened a thread based on each scenario. Just feel the need to share this with you guys.


Go for it. I value enthusiasm and hard work fandom, especially when somebody has an idea, develops it, and does it up proper.

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Unread postPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2018 2:37 pm
  

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"In all your years of being a mecha pilot for the UEsG, Commander Langley, what was your most difficult mission?"
"Oddly enough, it was a giant flying vulture creature from an anti-matter galaxy."
"Indeed? How was it difficult?"
"Because it looked like it should have been easy. Go in , wait for the thing to show up and attack, and blast it out of the sky. Didn't help that the thing was the GOOFIEST-looking monster anybody had ever seen and had a ridiculous screech. Might have mistaken it for a kids' parade balloon, it was so funny-looking, But that damned thing was bloodthirsty and going after anything that moved on land or in the air.
Thing is, it was normal matter, but it could call up a field of anti-matter particles that did all sorts of crazy things with normal matter and radiation. Radar deflected around it, so it had natural stealth, and missiles and bullets disintegrated upon contact."
"What about energy weapons?"
"Thought that would work at first, but no go. Though we only learned that AFTER losing several feet of armor off our Neo-Evangelions and our dignity, after we'd told the locals how we were going to deal with their big bird problem."
"But you did find a way around it, right? Absolute Terror Field?"
"Almost, but all that did was bounce the bird around. No, it was the locals coming up with an isotopic poison that temporarily shorted out the field like a disruptor, long enough for us to get through and TOUCH the buzzard. Once the anti-matter stopped zinging, that giant thing was surprisingly easy to kill; regular missiles finished it off. Eva-scale cannon would have been overkill. Thing went down in that Earth analogue's Long Island Sound mostly intact. You can still see the thing; they hauled it out of the water and built what has to be the largest preservative tank in history; the local New York City Museum of Natural History's rightly proud of their giant facility and the 'Giant Claw' exhibit. Go see for yourself."
"Thank you, Commander Langley, I just may do that."

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For all the Empires and Kingdoms,
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To be turned over with the Flick of a Finger,
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Unread postPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2018 10:09 pm
  

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"So what did you give the Alphans?"
"Only a do-it-yourself terraforming kit to supplement what they'd already reverse-engineered from various other sources, and enough Flower of Life seeds for a starting ecology. Nothing too overt; they'll think it's all just space detritus swept up on their lunar surface. They can do the rest."

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Than the Sage among his Books,
For all the Empires and Kingdoms,
The Armies and Works that you hold Dear,
Are to him but the Playthings of the Moment,
To be turned over with the Flick of a Finger,
And the Turning of a Page"

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