Sorry LeHah, I misread your post
Originally posted by TopGun
Going a little bit back on topic:
Did you prefer to go after Hobes stright away or wait?
I tended to stay on the ship
Originally posted by Templar
If you want the "real-life perspective" just don't factor in Vaquero. As for everything else: that Hobbes' is a spy is obvious at this point, the intel he gained about the T-Bomb is on the pad in your hands, and even if he didn't transmit it, he has it filed away in the space between his ears, in addition to your carrier's current position, not to mention the potential info he may have gained as a high-ranking member of the Confederation, and the fact that at this point I would rank him number one in my book of suspects for people who leaked the info on the soft-spots on the Behemoth.
What I didnt like in WCP was the behavior of Blair when he flew again after a lot of time."Blair is back" etc...
Originally posted by T8H3X11
I felt that Blair instead of taking forever to destroy a target, I thought that he should have comepletely kicked everything's ass in a flash even if his last flight was a year or whenever before because he's Blair.
Originally posted by Ripper
The traitor was Rachel! She only lets you get into her shorts to get info on the Behemoth. She planted the stuff on Hobbes to frame him. Hobbes flees the ship thinking you won't believe that he was framed. Rollins cut up Cobra to hide the fact that she was gonna rat him out because he contacted Thrakhath trying to defect but accidentally put the video feed to all the monitors on the ship and Thrakhath covered for him by doing the "Heart of The Tiger" spiel.