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Re: The iCloak

From: "John C" <john1x@h...>
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 18:53:59 GMT
Subject: Re: The iCloak

> > Unlike standard cloaking, the iCloak does not render the ship using
> > totally invisible (with one special exception; see below).	Instead,
> > blurs and confuses the enemies' targeting sensors, making it
> > "lock on" to the iCloaked ship.
>	It does this by turning the ship's hull into transparent,
>fruit-colored plastic, right?

"But it looks so *cute*!  How could I possibly shoot at something that
so *cute*, captain?"

In typical fashion, I came up with the perfect name mere moments after 
hitting the SEND button: The Fnord device.  Therefore, a ship making use
this device shall be referred to as being "Fnorded".

Be afraid, and all that.

John Crimmins

   "We're not at home to Mr. Reasonable, sergeant."
   "I do not hear him knockin', sir."
    --Terry Pratchett, _The Fifth Elephant_

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