Lexington Comm Files

Dragon1

Rear Admiral
Hello everybody!

Would anyone have the TCS Lexington audio/video comm reply files from WC4? Nothing is cooler than watching Naismith panic as the bridge of the carrier is burning up around him.
 

AD

Finder of things, Doer of stuff
HCL's movie viewer was able to extract them for prophecy but I couldn't get it to work on the comms for wc4 dvd edition. I dont know (but dont think it would be any different) about the CD version.
 

ChrisReid

Super Soaker Collector / Administrator
Was there something specific that made people not like Naismith? He had some weird smirks on his face sometimes.. but I'm trying to think, and I don't recall specific rude things he ever said or did.
 

AD

Finder of things, Doer of stuff
there's a couple of great death/traitor comms from naismith's counterpart on the Midway in prophecy.
 

Fruitcake

Spaceman
ChrisReid said:
Was there something specific that made people not like Naismith? He had some weird smirks on his face sometimes.. but I'm trying to think, and I don't recall specific rude things he ever said or did.
If you'd fail a mission he'd say: "You're lucky to have made it back alive, colonel." or "Paulsen will not be pleased." in a very denegrating manner.
 

Delance

Victory, you say?
ChrisReid said:
Was there something specific that made people not like Naismith? He had some weird smirks on his face sometimes.. but I'm trying to think, and I don't recall specific rude things he ever said or did.
Naismith is the WC-equivalent to that cop nobody likes on a horror movie.

Now, seriously, he was smug towards Eisen and Blair. There was something about his attitude.
 

Delance

Victory, you say?
The WCP Lt. Anderson doesn't care if Casey bites the dust, per game cut scene. What what the traitor comm, anyway?

Another interesting comm is given by Capt. Wilford if the Midway has to jump leaving fighters behind. He thanks them for their service.
 

AD

Finder of things, Doer of stuff
Delance said:
What what the traitor comm, anyway?
?

The traitor comm in prophecy has him saying "you can just rot in space traitor!"

Personnaly I like his death comm: "See you hell, you bastards! Aaaaughhhhhh..."

In each case, though, he has a fitting amount of inflection. They can be extracted using the wc movie viewer.
 

Edfilho

Cry some more!
Cop in horror movie? What horror movie has a cop in it?

Naismith was a jerk. But Anderson was cool.
 

Vinman

Vice Admiral
Delance said:
The WCP Lt. Anderson doesn't care if Casey bites the dust, per game cut scene. What what the traitor comm, anyway?

Another interesting comm is given by Capt. Wilford if the Midway has to jump leaving fighters behind. He thanks them for their service.
werent two other dead pilots mentioned in that cutscene?

if people are dropping like flies you cant expect him to freak out over any particular loss, besides Blair or Princess
 

Dragon1

Rear Admiral
We never really saw the bridge of the TCS Lexington in WC4. What do you guys think it might look like? At first, I was thinking that it might look like the Victory's bridge, but the interior layout of the Lexington was totally different. Perhaps a cross between the Vesuvius and Victory bridges.
 

luminon

Spaceman
ChrisReid said:
I don't recall specific rude things he ever said or did.
I may just be interpreting this in my own way but it sounded rude when Naismith said: "Captain Paulsen passes on his congratulations." This may have been a genuine comment, but to me he seemed to emphasise the name "Paulsen" and it came across like he was reminding Blair that Paulsen had replaced his good friend Eisen.
 

Porthos

Crazy Nazi Kitten Impaler<BR><IMG SRC="images/rank
luminon said:
I may just be interpreting this in my own way but it sounded rude when Naismith said: "Captain Paulsen passes on his congratulations." This may have been a genuine comment, but to me he seemed to emphasise the name "Paulsen" and it came across like he was reminding Blair that Paulsen had replaced his good friend Eisen.
I never liked Naismith. He was an arrogant jerk. I went with Eisen as soon as I was given the choice, and Naismith was one of the reasons. After WCIII, what choice did I have but to go with Maniac, Eisen, and Vagabond?
 
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