You are planetary commander of RDAs colonial military. You have 400 men, rest are mining and running the colony.

You are planetary commander of RDAs colonial military. You have 400 men, rest are mining and running the colony. How do you win Na`vi?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Set up heavy MGs around unobtainium mining operation.
    Get enough unobtainium to make our dicks HUGE.
    Subjugate local population with our giant penises and BLEACH them.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The unit patch is very slick and clever.
    Very layered meaning. Like a rainbow cake, with raspberry jam.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >How do you win Na`vi?

    Reconstitute their atmosphere into ours. Once we can breathe that planetoid's air, we can bring a lot more non-specialized hardware from Earth (and anti-jungle stuff like defoliants, incendiary gels, etc).

    Not having to worry about re-breathers / atmo-masks would be a huge logistics gain.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Have you any idea how challenging terraforming, even with athmosphere is?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Not having to worry about re-breathers / atmo-masks would be a huge logistics gain.
      Would it really though? You'd frick up the entire ecology and ruin everything that makes the planet appealing anyway. No more immortality whales. No more easy food supply.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        NTA but build large scale greenhouses for farming the unobtainium whales.
        >Inb4 waaaaaaah not the trees
        I would pave an entire Na'vi forest and replace it with a 10,000 size parking lot for a walmart or a costco if it meant fricking over the blue monkeys

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          > I would pave an entire Na'vi forest and replace it with a 10,000 size parking lot for a walmart or a costco if it meant fricking over the blue monkeys
          Based

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    crocodile tankettes

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I frick all the blue aliens. All of them. Through strength, dick. Through dick, victory.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What do you do when the guy on alien fricking duty inevitably switches sides?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I am the guy on alien fricking duty.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Traitor

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I'M PUTTING TOGETHER A TEAM

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Negotiate with the planetary hivemind to gain access to the magic rocks in exchange for using human interstellar spacecraft to carry it to other planets.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >fires up to 40 rounds a minute

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Well it's a scifi setting, they might have guns like that in the future.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Kill bliggers. Behead bliggers. Slam dunk white phosphorus into bligger trees

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Introduce them to Opium

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Biological warfare.
    If humanity has advanced science and technology enough in this future that we can engineer and grow the aliens bodies then we clearly have a mastery of genetics and biology. So, why not engineer a virus specific to the alien's DNA and saturate the planet with it? If humans are capable of interstellar travel and growing aliens that can be neuro-uploaded into then genociding them with a disease tailored to them should be trivial.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >400 men to pacify an entire planet
      You don't.

      Viruses have a tendency to mutate.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Viruses can only jump species barriers after extensive contact: massive Asian chicken farms creat new influenza viruses, smallpox jumped to herders from cattle, measles jumped to humans from pigs, etc. The odds of a random human virus mutating to infect dogs is miniscule, and that's between two species with a common ancestor

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Viruses have a tendency to mutate.
        It's ok, humant can't breathe in this shithole anyway

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          You dont need to breathe to frick

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Knowing that every man is functionally irreplaceable, I refuse to let Jake Sully offbase until I can be assured he will do his job and not simp hard for the first 9ft blue alien catgirl who looks at him twice.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's so disappointing how they made all this shit just to have like 80% of them be killed in the first half of the second film. I really thought they were gonna show us a frick ton of MACVSOG/LRRP tier shit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      this tbqh. the first 10 minutes of the movie where they frick up that train were great, and then it all goes to shit.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Establish McDonald Franchise

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Mine in isolated, unpopulated areas. All our food has to come from greenhouses and we can't even breathe the air so the only concern for a base is how defensible it is. I have global strike capabilities and can base myself wherever I want, I don't NEED to set up shop in one of the most navi-heavy areas of the planet. With supply lines measured in years, every last man I have is pretty much irreplaceable. Let the scientists frick around and if they can make friends, cool, if not just vaporize any navi that comes within 100 square km of my heavily fortified compound (again in an isolated and ideally desolate area). In a perfect scenario, we can trade advanced knowledge of medicine and other minor tech/services to smaller tribes and they can give us the unobtainium themselves, or at least the rights to mine in their territory, worked for the early relations with American Indians like Cameron so desperately wants us to believe the navi are. DO NOT START A FRICKING WAR JUST BECAUSE A DEPOSIT IS BIG. We do NOT have the manpower or munitions to fight a sustained guerilla conflict against an enemy on their home turf. Being diplomatic is unironically the most profitable way to go about things.
    >But what if the corpo overlord there overrules you in the name of profit? He has to meet the monthly quotas, you know.
    Take his mask off and dump him out the airlock. He has no concrete power. I pay the men, lead the men, feed the men. Not him.
    >But that'll piss off the parent company on Earth.
    Guess they shouldn't have been stupid enough to hire me. It'll take literal years for them to send a replacement for me, and in the mean time the mineral shipments will stop and make Earth's economy crash. I have all the leverage here. They play by my rules, they profit. They act like morons, they don't get their rocks. Simple as.
    >OK, but what about long term relations with the navi when all is said and done?
    You thought I was being diplomatic JUST for rocks? We frick the space cats.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      plus it probably wouldn't even be necessary to play hardball when you could just fake an accident
      >oh no scrum master corpoman tragically fell to his death from the top of a cargo lift. guess he wasn't paying attention to the safety powerpoints

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      If you can't even breath the air the biosphere is useless. Drop rocks from orbit and create a dozen KM deadzone to mine from.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The problem was never the Navi, the problem was the planet brain monster that re-programmed every animal on the planet the instant it thought the RDA was attacking it on purpose.
    The Planet brain even let it slide when they destroyed the first nerve cluster spirit tree thing, probably assuming it was random chance or a mistake, a bee sting.

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >how do I win
    With 400 men? I don't. All I need to do is keep the unobtanium or whale oil flowing or whatever, and failing that, just hold a perimiter. I'll do that by just burning like ten miles in every direction and shooting anything that doesn't immediatly frick off after the warning shots (shooting on sight allows for a tragic backstory). Don't go for the big greedy deposits, don't overextend, just hold the line and as we get reinforced - maybe extend it.

    This should hopefully avoid pissing the planet off too much.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Oh, and I also would push for at least some limited permanent space infrastructure so that if we did get pushed off we'd have a much easier time reestablishing ourselves, but that's outside the bounds of actual military command.

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Take the time to build really good defensive structures and line them with automated defensive weapons. Avoid contact with the locals except when necessary or if they come to us. Don't even attempt to initiate trade. If some decide "Humanity frick yeah!" and come to us wanting to live with us and our amazing technology great, just monitor them and make sure they have a job and a good reason to not turn traitor. Kill all hostiles that come to us but don't go kick the nest. Definitely don't do cartoonishly evil shit like trying to incinerate their homes or their god trees. If the corpos "up top" want to do that shit we'll take the bastards right out of their offices, fly'em out, then leave'em in the woods with a lighter telling them to do it themselves and call it good. Also rig a "dead man switch" of sorts to turn the colony into a crater if the company tries to take back control. I've got the men, I've got the weapons, I run this shit. Their operations only move forward with my blessing. We do this right we can make plenty of money without kicking off yet another war with the locals.

    Find other valuable resources so we've got something other than the floaty space rocks and whale goop. Only an idiot would go to a planet so overflowing with resources and focus on one or two things. Designate landing zones for any new arrivals to limit environmental damage from re-entry/landing burns. Use the recoms and local volunteers with citizenship primarily as scouts to track down valuable resources without pissing on the primitives. Work to make the operation legitimately more profitable than ever with operational diversity (as in products, not ESG shit) while also safer for everyone. Money doesn't mean shit if you catch a 6 foot long poison arrow to the chest.

    If contact is made with Jake Sully inform him of the new order in the colony and remind him peace can be had three ways. Through peaceful cooperation, leaving each other the frick alone, or superior firepower.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >how do I win
      With 400 men? I don't. All I need to do is keep the unobtanium or whale oil flowing or whatever, and failing that, just hold a perimiter. I'll do that by just burning like ten miles in every direction and shooting anything that doesn't immediatly frick off after the warning shots (shooting on sight allows for a tragic backstory). Don't go for the big greedy deposits, don't overextend, just hold the line and as we get reinforced - maybe extend it.

      This should hopefully avoid pissing the planet off too much.

      One of the biggest plotholes in the film is that if Earth is such a shithole why isn't anyone signing up to be a permanent colonist in the first film? The second film shows that there were kids born on Pandora.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >why werent people signing up to colonize Africa
        1. Unpleasant climate
        2. Hostile natives
        3. Better options elsewhere

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >3. Better options elsewhere
          Is this true though?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        James Cameron went full moron the second, and I mean the very second, when he had the idea of "Earth is dying" as a reason for humans to come back to Pandora. The only bloody thing that kept that original conflict believably balanced was the fact that it was a mining operation by some company trying to turn a profit. As such, they were sending over outdated technology and were not a true military force. All that gets thrown out the window if Pandora is humanity's last hope. Earth would be sending fricking everything. There would be no conflict, just slaughter.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    these premises are always dumb because dumb people tend to forget chemical weapons and bio warfare is a thing

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Bio warfare
      >Against a planet sized organism that can instantly re-engineer the fauna and flora

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Humanity in the film is perfectly capable of growing a living organism that combines two entirely different forms of biology that is capable of producing viable offspring. That is some next level genetic engineer to the point a valid question is why not simply make a bunch of human avatars capable of existing on Pandora for people to use during the work day.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Because they cost a brillion gorillion dollars for some reason.

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >you don't understand
    >these custom $200 oversized oakleys are a mission necessity

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I market powdered Navi livers as a healthcare product to the home colonies/Earth and use the resultant corporate interest to balloon my allocated personnel and budget

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    With just 400 men? Impossible.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Stop pissing off the locals, for the love of god.

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Introduce pest species and oxygen producing plants, destroying the native ecosystem and slowly replacing the atmosphere with something humans can breathe but the na'vi can't
    Massively scale up the mining operation once the air is breathable to make up for the extra time you spent waiting

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >laughs in hydrogen sulfide
      Just dealing with the CO2/O2 ratio isn't enough. You'd also ruin the local biosphere which is a dumb as shit idea when you're trying to exploit that biosphere for insane profit. If you wipe out the plants and animals you could be destroying incredibly valuable resources they hold.

      If you can't even breath the air the biosphere is useless. Drop rocks from orbit and create a dozen KM deadzone to mine from.

      Just because you can't breathe the air without equipment doesn't mean materials and whatnot found there stop being valuable. The whale brain spooge for example is canonically the single most valuable material in human history (even more than unobtainium) and you guys would end up destroying it because I CAN'T BREEV (without a rebreather, it's inconvenient, reeee). The reason the spooge is so valuable is it grants humans biological immortality when used as a medicine. Colonists that won't die of old age would be a HUGE boon to space exploration in the days of things like sleeper ships.

      If you want to make space travel more affordable and make fricktons of money on other stuff in the process you have to play ball with that environment. If it was a dead world with no life but close enough to be able to be manipulated into being breathable great, get it frickin done. A world like Pandora with bountiful valuable life? You do your absolute frickin best to not frick up the renewable resource flow from flora and fauna while you carefully mine the non-renewable.

      >3. Better options elsewhere
      Is this true though?

      I don't think earf had gone anywhere else yet simply due to the insane cost of making ships like the Venture Star. Part of the reason for unobtainium being so important is it made it cheaper and easier to build such ships. If I remember right humanity hadn't even gone the Gundam route with large space colonies yet in the Avatar timeline. Also have to remember the whole point of the series is humans evil, capitalism bad, hippy shit good. It's why RDA consistently makes so many hilariously evil and downright stupid choices.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Almost any planet would be better due to
        1. Pandora doesn't have a breathable atmosphere, necessitating extensive infrastructure to support human habitation
        2. Pandora has intelligent natives, meaning that any colonization effort will need to fight more than just the environment.
        The only advantage Pandora has is an abundance of liquid water, but that isn't enough to offset the other bs. A base on Titan or polar Mars would be a million times easier than Pandora

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          For full colonization yeah, that's a problem. For harvesting resources via a large scale well defended industrial operation? Who gives a frick, wear the damn rebreather Carl. Either do it or you're fired and on the next ship back to earth along with your family.

          Pandora's advantage is it's massive and diverse biosphere that comes with amazing new materials. Water is great but so far Pandora is the only source of at minimum two specifically named critical for human expansion materials. One of those materials only comes from a living organism.

          >A base on Titan or polar Mars
          Or just use the massive amount of materials in the asteroid belt to build pic related. If you can get to another star system period then building an O'Neill cylinder shouldn't be an insurmountable task. Also allows you to move industry to space where manufacturing is guaranteed cheaper due to microgravity and also take pressure off Earth's environment. Wonder how micrograv manufacturing would affect firearms manufacturing aside from the obvious ways. Imagine delivering literal space guns to people via orbital drop pods like Halo has.

          Again, remember that the movie isn't meant to be realistic, it's meant to push a narrative.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >you're trying to exploit that biosphere for insane profit
        well forgive me for assuming we were just going there to mine, mention that shit in the OP next time
        Besides, there will be plenty of money to make from your new planet sized strip mine/cash crop farm anyway

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >mention that shit in the OP next time
          I'm not OP. He pretty clearly is assuming we've all seen the second movie. I haven't but I at least read into the latest movie's MacGuffins and setting.

          The reason you preserve the environment as much as you can is it's entirely possible your actions are driving valuable yet unknown to science organisms to extinction. For example it's pretty clear the humans of the Cameronverse are absolute morons and will hunt the spooge whales to extinction then pull ye olde surprised pikachu when they can't get anymore because evil bad capitalist humans reeee. Realistically if you can bioengineer a long distance remote controllable alien human hybrid you should be able to engineer an organism that is literally just a spooge maker part of the whale too instead of hunting them to extinction. Ecological preservation must be done if you want to maximize profits. Last thing you want to find out is your strip mining killed off irl sensu beans or whatever. Pandora's flora and fauna very clearly has some extremely exotic unknown materials with extremely exotic effects to it but if you wipe them out you can't exploit it.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >The whale brain spooge for example is canonically the single most valuable material in human history (even more than unobtainium) and you guys would end up destroying it
        You discover magic sperm or whatever, take genetic samples of the thing, artificially grow them and then having test subjects synthesize the thing.
        You aren't going to tiptoe every step you take, you are going to have one task, do it balls deep with as little risk as is physically possible. When you mine, you kill everything to the horizon then a bit further just in case before you set down. When you study you send robotic equipment piloted from orbit first to identify dangers and surgically remove them from orbit. You don't do both at the same time and you don't ever have some above ground colony or anything capable of being touched by 21st century technology, much less 20th century BC technology.

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just make fricking screamers.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      what's that from?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The movie Screamers, neat sci-fi movie

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          thanks anon

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Smallpox blankets and then trade medical treatment for loyalty. I encourage settlement of 'tame' Navi around my base and gradually civilize them through education and cultural exchange. I then use these natives as ambassadors to establish trade networks of whatever the locals want for unobtainium
    I shoot any adventurer that tries to pull a Cortes and rock the boat

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Hover Venture Star over the blueBlack person tree at the start of the first movie instead of the second.

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    locate enemy bases via satellite
    request orbital bombardment

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    They cant reach orbit can they? Time for orbital bombardment, lets see them dinosaur bullshit their way out of metal telephone poles raining down at 40,000kmph on their stupid trees.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      why not drop rocks on them?
      or one big?
      its not like we can breathe there anyway...

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Usually a complete pain in the arse to accelerate a rock from wherever its already orbiting to impact a planet on a completely different orbit. You're talking months to years, depending on technology.
        Best off just bringing some kinetic bombardment equipment with you or mining more material on the planet local moon and flinging that at the planet.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          i would imagine there is asteroid belt there somewhere - just nudge rocks so they will impact the planet in few years doing corrections few months before the impact
          but that is also why i mentioned one big rock - much less hassle than keeping tabs on thousands of smaller ones and there might be something on course close enough that just a nudge will sufice

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        but if you just want to frick the planet, have at it. Toss a few massive rocks at them and come back a couple of decades later after they've sped up and impacted and wrecked the place. Its not like the biosphere will be any less hostile than "unbreathable air and killer aliens", it would be far more predictable, and the minerals you actually want will still be mineable.

  29. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'd use fricking diplomacy along with force. Like, the magic rocks aren't even special to the natives at all in the first place. I'd go and explain our world was in desperate straights, but that we'd trade culture or whatever and try to be as minimally impactful as possible. Fully, 100% underground tunnel mining from the main base, minimum of 100' underground, zero disturbance of the surface, with the surface base being in an area aimed to cause as little disruption to the natives as possible.

    Sure I'd back that up with orbital strike capability, base security, build O'Neil cylinders in orbit or in the star system for actual habitation and so on, but there isn't any reason to be moronic when there is so much fricking money and value on the line. History shows natives are delighted to trade for other shit, and if you don't aim to actually LIVE there (and there is zero reason to, there are infinite better places for humans to live than Pandora including full artificial habs) then there just isn't any reason to go to war over it.

    Of course the movie demands humans be BIG BAD IMPERIAL WHITE SUPREMACY COLONIALISTS so everyone has to be moronic. Then the movie ALSO fricks up the premise by making the stakes too high. Ultimately it's pointless to think too deeply about because the plot and worldbuilding are shit and just an excuse for Cameron to have spooge over furry waifus with cutting edge 3dcg.

  30. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    force the eggheads to design and produce a the space Black person whipper 5000 and introduce it to the blue space Black folk

  31. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    na'vi are not for doing to bad things to

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yes. Exterminating them is a good thing to do

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous
      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Awful bold of them exisiting on rightful earth clay

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Define bad things

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        here are some pointers:
        na'vi are NOT for:
        >Gangbangs
        >Breeding Experiments
        >Being conditioned to crave human wiener and pussy
        >Being made a horny slave race for a sexually insatiable humanity.
        >Mindbreaking
        >Maid training
        >Multiorgasm training
        >BDSM punishments for minor infractions
        >Sex Drug Test Subjects
        >Lamenting the loss of their culture while cumming all over massive human wieners.
        >Dubiously Consensual Sex
        >Really Dubiously Consensual Sex
        >Stripping
        >Prostitution
        >Bimbofication
        >Body Modification
        >Bootlicking
        >Pussylicking (Giving and receiving)
        >Nipple Sucking
        >Hatefricking
        >Giving Massages with state mandated “happy endings” and “Really happy endings”
        >Breeding a new generation of human/Na’vi hybrids
        >Taking care of the kids (human and human/na’vi hybrid) while the master and his wife are out on a date.
        >Having their queues hacked like computers, and getting human porn downloaded into their heads.
        >Being teased with wireless vibrators.
        >Shibari
        >Spanking
        >Tail Tugging
        >Hair Pulling
        >non-consensual ear massage
        >Public Breeding
        >Being taken advantage of while doing housework.
        >Chugging Human Semen
        >Being plowed by their human masters in front of their na’vi husbands. Compelled to literally scream their lust and the superiority of human dick.
        >being taxidermy objects
        >eating
        >Hatefricking
        >Public spankings for minor lawbreaking
        >Human/Na’vi hybrid breeding quotas
        >Daily public orgasm quotas
        >Lewd comments, followed by slaps on the ass
        >harnessing their natural stamina for clean and renewable power, by strapping them to combination generator/fricking machines
        >porn megastardom
        >breeding for high lidibo and fertility
        >a fluffer to keep your wiener nice and hard during the workday
        >introducing to your horny friends
        >conditioning into being psychologically dependent on human semen
        >being locked in breeding pens with ugly, three dicked sex monsters
        >sharing with other strange men
        >easy and quick release when the wife isn’t in the mood

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >worshipping dick instead of Eywa
          >having their culture perverted into a pornographic self-parody, in order to sell dirty videos and magazines, and to convince the world that all Na’vi are dick worshipping bawds
          >Being forced to work at stripclubs and brothels built on their once-sacred land.
          >Downloading the spirits of the dead Na’vi from Eywa into big tittied sexbots.
          >Orgasm Training
          >Having honest housework interrupted by sexual boobytraps, involving lots of handcuffs and big bumpy buzzy things.
          >Peer pressure anal
          >Being suddenly molested by strange human men in public places
          >Being strapped to tables and forced to cum over and over again in front of rich humans.
          >Pussy eating contests (not as contestants!)
          >slavery (of any kind)
          >genocide
          >nuking from orbit
          >eating ass

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            ass
            Degenerate

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              https://i.imgur.com/qyDPlDc.jpg

              [...]

              Exactly, they're not for those things. Don't even think about it

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >worshipping dick instead of Eywa
          >having their culture perverted into a pornographic self-parody, in order to sell dirty videos and magazines, and to convince the world that all Na’vi are dick worshipping bawds
          >Being forced to work at stripclubs and brothels built on their once-sacred land.
          >Downloading the spirits of the dead Na’vi from Eywa into big tittied sexbots.
          >Orgasm Training
          >Having honest housework interrupted by sexual boobytraps, involving lots of handcuffs and big bumpy buzzy things.
          >Peer pressure anal
          >Being suddenly molested by strange human men in public places
          >Being strapped to tables and forced to cum over and over again in front of rich humans.
          >Pussy eating contests (not as contestants!)
          >slavery (of any kind)
          >genocide
          >nuking from orbit
          >eating ass

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Thay are for all of those things.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous
    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I find it odd that given how little RDA seems to care about what they do to the na'vi that nobody has decided to make extra cash by kidnapping some and bringing them back to Sol to be put in some CEOs private zoo/brothel. Like granted supposedly in the backstory RDA is being heavily scrutinized in their endeavors by the government but seeing as how that apparently hasn't stopped them from committing mass murder I don't see how interstellar alien trafficking/ prostitution is going to change things.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        space on the ISVs is extremely limited and na'vi are too large for standard cryocells.
        Also if someone insanely rich really wanted to frick a na'vi they can just grow avatar/recom bodies on earth

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Frick this game. It's clear from the success of Helldivers that people want to play as the humans, not the hippy aliens.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I want to play as na'vi.

  32. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    400 Recoms? Or just humies? Your chart shows only recoms.

  33. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    How the frick are we this many posts in and nobody proposed swarms of 3d-printed drones as a security system yet?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      for all intents and purposes smart weapons and drones don't work on Pandora for some unexplained reason (might be the magnetic fields generated by unobtanium) and as much as possible is done by humans

  34. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I dump plutonium and nerve gas on their trees.

  35. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The same fricking way as should have been since Cameron came up with "Dances with Wolves in space". Push some fricking asteroids out of orbit into whatever population group is giving you problems. "Oh no, a giant rock fell out of the sky, so sorry we didn't see it in time!" These movies are so fricking stupid.

  36. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Take the Female Na'vi clones and use them as Sex dolls for the rest of the Troops.

    Negotiate with the Na'vi and explain what we want and what we can trade to achieve it.

    Plus we get to frick giant blue cat women.

  37. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Do it hoxxes style.

    Crack the planet and mine the rest.

  38. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Employ the Na'vi. Find something they want, exchange if for what we need. Bolster chieftains sympathetic to us.

  39. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I wonder if RDA could build a propellent depot in orbit around Pandora, convert one of the ISVs into an asteroid catcher, grab some rocks from Centauri Proxima's belt and start accelerating them towards Pandora.
    I figure after a few Chicxulub level impacts there really won't be much in the way of a ecosystem or native species to worry about and now the moon is a blank canvas full of valuable (clearly created by an advanced tech species) room temperature ambient pressure superconducting metal to mine.

  40. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I do a CIA and start subtly introducing stronger and stronger opiates and other self-destructive drugs to the blue cats.

    The higher ranks and authorities might abstain and try to keep their plebians from partaking, but there will develop a userbase in any population. They'll be too busy doing Space Heroin and Supercrack to become a problem.

  41. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >no movie about the brave omaticaya freedom fighters dabbing on zogbots

  42. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    1) cut trees and Total deforestation for various km around the extration site.
    2) landmines on landmines on landmines on landmines.

    One of the few things my country was able to do in ww2 (till fricking Ottawa)
    Landmines.

    I love landmines.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      180kg of weight

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        A match made in paradise i tell u

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/XZT56Zf.png

        A match made in paradise i tell u

        Frick. I do not need a boner right now.

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