Posted Nov 11 2012 - 11:25 AM
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Posted Nov 11 2012 - 11:49 AM
A Suletu? Isn't that a Mask of Telepathy?
No it is confirmed that a kualsi user can travel to places they see via a selutuSo with an eyepiece it will work to
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Posted Nov 11 2012 - 11:51 AM
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There's no reason not to put lasers in the palms of planet-sized robots. In fact, if I had my own planet-sized robot, palm lasers would be one of my first upgrades. It's good for self-defense if you're attacked by something big.
Posted Nov 25 2012 - 03:21 PM
Perhaps it would teleport you to the place the wearer showed you, regardless of how it actually looks. For instance, if a Suletu wearer showed the Kualsi wearer a pre-falling picture of Mahri-Nui, and it was underwater, then the Kualsi wearer might die, if not mutate into a hideous form that prohibits return to the surface.
It does say on BS01 that it is also risky to teleport using a Suletu, I imagine the same would apply if using something that drastically extends the field of vision, such as a Telescope. Not sure what exactly makes these things "risky" though. Risky in terms of you have less knowledge of the place you end up, or risky in a "potential teleport failure vaporisation" type situation?
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Posted Nov 25 2012 - 06:01 PM
Now that is awesome. Could make for a good double team
Yep another toa send a mental image of a place to a kualsi wearer and poofI is stated on BS01
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