Is it important to note that B.U.T.T. missiles always home on the stern of the enemy ship?
Where does the term "Plibnik maneuver" come from? More fan fiction? — SvdB 15:54, 4 Nov 2005 (CET)
- Yep, it looks like fanfic. The only place I found something like it was in the fanfic part of PONAF, and since it was added to this article by an anon we don't know who to ask for references. It's not in either manual or the resource guide. And I couldn't find anything in the conversations (though Plibnik is a Spathi captain name), so...She's a witch! Burn her! <cough...ahem> I mean, it's fanfic, let's remove it. --Fyzixfighter 17:13, 4 Nov 2005 (CET)
The line, "There are only two types of Eluder Captains: the living cowards, and the brave dead." Should probably read, "There are only two types of Eluder Captains: the living cowards, and the dead cowards." Reply: Spathi individuals equivalent of either cowards or suicidals; Statment is correct. Daktaklakpak 15:54, 10 February 2007 (CET)
The Spathi refer to all starships as voidships, not just Eluders (see Fwiffo, "Each of my species' Eluder-Class voidships typically holds 30 Spathi crewmen"). This statement has thus been removed, but the fact could be mentioned somewhere else.
-Dabir 15:15 20 April 2008 (GMT)