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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Sir Lordington » 20 Sep 2017, 15:46

I once screamed at a marine to kill a crusher and they did it. I gave the order, therefore the crusher kill is mine. *nod


Oh, and I guess this counts. When Carson declared war on W-Y I once dodged two salvos from a W-Y deathsquad and decapped him with slugs in the CIC. But that's not the point, the point is I wasn't wearing a helmet and everyone knows that is robust.
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Jackrabbit » 21 Sep 2017, 10:33

Once upon a blue moon, myself and another marine were sweeping a section of Lambda labs, and we got jumped, he died, and I somehow fended off two hunters, then promptly died after finding a medic to revive my friendo. Was playing as Sierra Nicholas. I got revived too.

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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Gabe » 23 Sep 2017, 12:17

Jackrabbit wrote:
21 Sep 2017, 10:33
Once upon a blue moon, myself and another marine were sweeping a section of Lambda labs, and we got jumped, he died, and I somehow fended off two hunters, then promptly died after finding a medic to revive my friendo. Was playing as Sierra Nicholas. I got revived too.
I was cheering the whole time.

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A less cheesy example was earlier today when as an SO on the Almayer I was jumped by a sentinel, runners, hunters, a crusher and a rav. Thanks to spamming doors open and closed I managed to kill I believe a hunter and the sentinel whilst critting a runner before the big boy T3's got me.
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Chaznoodles » 23 Sep 2017, 17:50

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Survived 33 xenos boarding, blew a few away myself. Everyone else aboard died. I slid my way through the hallways crawling with xenos to the deserted SD room and Metal Gear'd under the dead Queen's corpse, until all the rods popped up. Triggered the self-destruct and went down with my ship, as the final marine alive. Marcellus Mason is waifxo and anyone who believes different should be shot

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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by HR171 » 23 Sep 2017, 18:00

Playing as PO copilot on Alamo, alien sneaks on when we alone and cuts off other guys arm and slashes me up, so I whip out my machete and bash the alien on the head so it runs into the back, then I grab my pistol and blow its brains out.

This happened another time but it was my arm that was cut off and other PO died so that wasn't as robust.
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by TheMusician321 » 23 Sep 2017, 21:47

One time as a PO, I killed four UPP that was hiding in the brig with an SMG, stole their guns and proceeded to kill 3 more before the dropship crashed on to me.
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Bobalobdob » 27 Sep 2017, 01:16

My second time as survivor.
LV.
Spawn in the pool area and have a mini-panic because I can't get through the doors cuz no power
Duh crowbar. Get out and head to the nexus
Move through slowly, thinking about what I could salvage.
Make my way to the LZ but get stopped near storage by Young Runner 199 (you know who you are ;) )
We fight for a while. Single pistol hit before getting tackled.
We run around storage for a bit, trading punches and tackles.
Try to run outside with my crowbar in hand but get pounced after opening the door.
We go outside after I get up and keep fighting just running in circles.
I snap a picture of her-- I mean Young Runner 199 -- and drop it and the camera before playing ring-around-the-roses for a good three minutes
Continue robust I get the runner to low health as it tries to call for back up
Eventually it runs off and I hide behind the wooden Cade in the upper left of the left for more then twenty minutes before getting attacked by a sentinel or hunter five minutes before the Alamo lands.

While nested, Young Runner 199, kept standing in the right hand door of my nest cell thing
I kept resisting and punching it and a crusher before bursting.


I came back as a drone and infiltrated the nexus and roared at the lonely Charlie SL before getting bored, nesting engineering singlehanded, and getting killed in the marine retreat to hydro.
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Evolet » 01 Oct 2017, 03:05

Joined as Delta standard.
SL was good and started team building right from the start.
He asked us our favorite name and a musical album.
"Dick", and "The Mollusk" by Ween. "Is that the fucking ocean man?" "Damn right" I said.
Then he asked us to tell him our best pickup line.
Answered with a generic Liberal Crime Squad flirting line.
"Best pickup line." he concluded.
Mid-round our SL decided to hold medical dome.
We were good for a while, until our squad spread out because of our SL dying.
SL got defibbed.
We started to hold medical all by ourselves. "Army of two" as Alexander said.
Those smug faced communist martians started breaking down our cades and were damn good at it.
SL overextended (started to run for da boiler frag) and got himself in trouble.
I noticed it and came for help, critting the boiler but getting pounced by a hunter.
Stood up and critted the hunter too, got stunned once again.
Finished them both off and started to run for it, with an almost empty M41A in one hand and a dead SL in the other.
Got to medical dome.
Empty.
The air started to turn greenish and I got jumped by an another boiler.
She started to acid-trail me.
Maneuvered out of it and started to swipe hands, trying desperately to get my gun out.
Shot at the boiler, all while in great pain.
She was determined, but I still managed to scare her off for good after the second burstfire landed right on her acidy bubble head.
SL got defibbed successfully and I stood there, thanking GO single D, reloading my rifle and preparing to die in the next assault.
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by contactdenied » 08 Oct 2017, 20:39

I managed to fire two incendiary slugs straight into the last alien using a DB, which won us marines the round. Me and a few other dudes were wandering around looking for an alien, recently having been called a "FUCKING IDIOT" because I splattered acid on my buddies, I go searching with renewed vigor. This vigor led me to where the alien was running around, and he was too slow, so I shot him twice, and he went down.

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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Nyeshivuu » 08 Oct 2017, 20:48

Wait phillip i was the one who dared you to touch the uranium wall
Probably dead in some remote corner of the map
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by manezinho » 08 Oct 2017, 21:22

The most robust thing you've ever done:

Not waste the SL's time with my incompetence.
All jokes aside. I think the most robust thing I've done was duel an (ancient?) sentinel after coming out of prep and win. He kept knocking me down, slashing my body but I always got hits in. Right as I was about to hit crit, I burst fired it in the face, got stunned, got up and finished the job. I attempted to cover a wounded marine afterwards until a crusher slammed me into the next dimension.

Probably not robust in comparison to others but oh well. /shrug :p
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by contactdenied » 08 Oct 2017, 22:20

Nyeshivuu wrote:
08 Oct 2017, 20:48
Wait phillip i was the one who dared you to touch the uranium wall
I think I overdid the touching, but one of our medics injected me with anti tox so I was fine
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Feeltheburnandslams » 09 Oct 2017, 07:21

I once fended off a queen and her supprt ayys at the ds1 landing pad, was a medic by the way with a marine that was in crit. healed his ass right at the LZ1 drop site. at any moment the dropship could of landed on me, healed said marine only to fucking find that this cunt had bailed leaving me with a literal husk and wasted med supplies.

Another bit I did was killing the queen in a 3x3 room with a knife.

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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by kooarbiter » 09 Oct 2017, 12:52

Today on big red I went down to the LZ as reinforcement s and by the time we got there the LZ was taken over. The queen a Rav and some sentinel s boarded and we killed all of them, the PO launched and all but one of us survived, one marine got dragged off but the rest of us were in pain crit but got healed, first time as a marine in a while. Had fun
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Nyeshivuu » 09 Oct 2017, 13:18

contactdenied wrote:
08 Oct 2017, 22:20
I think I overdid the touching, but one of our medics injected me with anti tox so I was fine
I wasn't so fine, i went up to the almayer for some russian red pills and what ended up happening was my kidneys got removed and i was diagnosed with ungaditus
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Winter » 09 Oct 2017, 22:28

I killed poor runner 69. :(

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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by misterjoper » 12 Oct 2017, 02:30

I talked my out of getting a ban.That's the most robust thing ever in my opinion.
Actually it was Xeno-job ban...To be exact so yeah,i got a final warning instead.And the previous note had instructed to job-ban me from xeno,on the next offence.So that's a robust thing.
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Nyeshivuu » 12 Oct 2017, 13:28

You are god
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Polari » 20 Oct 2017, 20:43

Was an MT, and cleaned floors during a crossfire with a mop. Both sides ignored me, deadchat praised me as a god.

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And in the next round... managed to execute a CO as a CMP.
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Damous » 20 Oct 2017, 23:14

Managed to outrobust a elite crusher with a bayonet in single combat.

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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Silversea » 28 Oct 2017, 12:51

I'm hardly robust, but I was proud of myself when I killed the queen with one leg.

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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Heckenshutze » 30 Oct 2017, 12:29

Killed the queen as a synth with a toolbox, it was the last alien at the almayer and it was injured but made the screech and everyone kissed the floor but me and went Greytide on it

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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by HR171 » 30 Oct 2017, 13:22

Heckenshutze wrote:
30 Oct 2017, 12:29
Killed the queen as a synth with a toolbox, it was the last alien at the almayer and it was injured but made the screech and everyone kissed the floor but me and went Greytide on it
i thought synths werent allowed to be violent (or is that just no violence against humans)?
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Re: The most robust thing you've ever done

Post by Winter » 30 Oct 2017, 14:06

HR171 wrote:
30 Oct 2017, 13:22
i thought synths werent allowed to be violent (or is that just no violence against humans)?
They can defend themselves and/or humans. Just no guns.

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