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Re: Stable numbers

Postby otherunicorn » Sat Oct 29, 2011 8:07 am

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mimezinga wrote:Curious facts: Solaris Stable had a large communication room that sported a big window overloking the wasteland, built halfway to the top of a mesa... obviously this little design flaw made all the upper sectors of the structur invaded by radiation almost immediately after the apocalypse, triggering the aforementioned security protocol bug. Go Solaris


How did they NOT see that?
The moment I read there was a giant window there, I promptly facepalmed xD


Clearly the majority of decisions were made by CEOs (scum always floats to the top), accountants (as long as it sells, it doesn't matter if it works) and the art department ('nuff said).

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Re: Stable numbers

Postby The Jack » Sat Oct 29, 2011 8:15 am

otherunicorn wrote:
The Jack wrote:
mimezinga wrote:Curious facts: Solaris Stable had a large communication room that sported a big window overloking the wasteland, built halfway to the top of a mesa... obviously this little design flaw made all the upper sectors of the structur invaded by radiation almost immediately after the apocalypse, triggering the aforementioned security protocol bug. Go Solaris


How did they NOT see that?
The moment I read there was a giant window there, I promptly facepalmed xD


Clearly the majority of decisions were made by CEOs (scum always floats to the top), accountants (as long as it sells, it doesn't matter if it works) and the art department ('nuff said).


I'm betting all the engineers applied for Stabletech stables xD
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Re: Stable numbers

Postby Damhoof » Sat Oct 29, 2011 8:47 pm

Im taking stable 51 for my horrorfic ;p
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Re: Stable numbers

Postby Rippedshadow » Sat Oct 29, 2011 9:07 pm

I'll lay claim to stable 35, with the stable experiment being a variant of vault 36's experiment ("The food extruders were designed to produce only a thin, watery gruel."), instead, they produce just a nutrient-rich paste, and clean water. Probably going to nab stable 55 (no entertainment tapes), just in case.
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Re: Stable numbers

Postby The Jack » Sat Oct 29, 2011 9:24 pm

Damhoof wrote:Im taking stable 51 for my horrorfic ;p


A horrorfic? Set in the Equestrian Wasteland?

I'm not even sure if I want to know if it's possibly to create anything horrific enough to deserve that classification.
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Re: Stable numbers

Postby a friendly hobo » Sat Nov 12, 2011 6:27 am

Ive got 50, 6, 41 for Tales of a Courier

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Re: Stable numbers

Postby Damhoof » Sun Nov 13, 2011 4:46 am

The Jack wrote:
Damhoof wrote:Im taking stable 51 for my horrorfic ;p


A horrorfic? Set in the Equestrian Wasteland?

I'm not even sure if I want to know if it's possibly to create anything horrific enough to deserve that classification.


Well the horror is prewar. With Caramel as the lead. So erm More like a Villain backstory than anything else and a nice tropical view of everything.
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Re: Stable numbers

Postby Mysterious Rook » Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:02 am

I'll take Stable 8 - Experiments to genetically enhance residents - and 16 please.

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Re: Stable numbers

Postby Damhoof » Sun Nov 20, 2011 7:03 pm

Mysterious Rook wrote:I'll take Stable 8 - Experiments to genetically enhance residents - and 16 please.


i fail to see how that would improve Equestria but hey to each his own. :3
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Re: Stable numbers

Postby Mysterious Rook » Mon Nov 21, 2011 2:03 am

Damhoof wrote:
Mysterious Rook wrote:I'll take Stable 8 - Experiments to genetically enhance residents - and 16 please.


i fail to see how that would improve Equestria but hey to each his own. :3


It was to ensure that they be better able to survive the after effects of the bombs.

Though my background for the Stable isn’t complete yet, I imagine that it would have been one of the first to open. And that because it’s residents are more resistant to the magical radiation, they would have been the ones to clean up the wastes for the rest.

But, as I'm sure you could guess, there was a problem. One problem that wasn’t physiological was that the ponies of the stable began to think of themselves as superior to those of the wastes…


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