Mjr. Whoopass said:Given the covert requirement of the Behemoth project, I would hope that I would have the good sense to be skeptical of putting a Kilrathi on a strike team destined to kill his own planet. Even if Hobbes was loyal to Confed, blowing up an entire planet that was the Kilrathi homeworld and had old friends and family living on it would be bound to cause conflict in even the most loyal defectors. Of course "loyal defector" seems to be a contradiction of terms.
Dyret said:I thought that was more like "LOL! Cool!"
AD said:What possible reasons do we have to believe this? The whole temblor bomb was secret but there is no indication that that it was some kind of black op that the black lance were involved in. The operation, under paladins oversight (paladin has always had a part in covert operations throughout the WC series), after all had Angel and her squad infiltrate kilrah(and resulted in their capture and execution) were a part of the whole operation as well. (didn't they plant some kind of devices to augment the effect of the temblor bomb as well as get detailed info on the seismic makeup of the planet?) It doesn't seem likely (unless it was part of one of his regular commision assignment and not black lance) that Seether would have had any part in it, especially since Tolwyn, of whom seether was a prized asset, was pushing the behemoth project.
Sigmar Maximus said:Obviously, I can see how some really good covert ops people would have been responsible for entering those asteroid fields and building those two asteroid bases within the Kilrah system. But the Temblor Bomb being secreted into the system and waiting for BLair would have taken some skill.
So yes, I guess that is just hyberbole that it was Seether. Although he might have been presented as a really good pilot that would be needed to get the T-Bomb into Kilrah for BLair to eventually use.