I've read the novel -- three or four times, in fact. I suppose that his meaning in saying "You, the Black Lance..." is in how one interprets it, because I see it as referring to the organization, not just the pilots. Certainly not just pilots were in that auditorium.Originally posted by Earthworm
But if you read the novel, you'd know that this little briefing was meant as a "confidence" boost for the Black Lance forces (pilots who fly the Black Lances) and when Tolwyn said "You, the Black Lance..." or something to that effect in the game he was reffering to those pilots.
Originally posted by Napoleon
Ice that quote came out of the blue, what does fantasy have anything do do with anything or any I just being dense?
Originally posted by TyeDyeBoy
the thing is, iCe, that you wouldn't be able to create that perfect fighter. The powerful weapons would just be too heavy, or too slow, etc. That's why they haven't already created one.