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If you can resurrect, then I'd go with the kinetic bombardment method and sift through the rubble for the corpse of your rescue target. Resurrection counts as saving, right?

 

Or you could go the distress beacon trap route and hope that they're of the same mind as Rick.

 

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I don't think resurrection would work so well... we don't even know who we're supposed to be helping :lol: 

 

Thanks for all the suggestions and ideas ^_^ you guys have really helped. I'll let you know what we end up doing. Assuming we don't die :lol: 

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12 hours ago, Werkrobotwerk said:

find an annoying fast reproducing critter. load several into torpedoes. then Giant Space Hamster bomb them.

FTFY

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6 hours ago, Cranky Dog said:
18 hours ago, Werkrobotwerk said:

find an annoying fast reproducing critter. load several into torpedoes. then Giant Space Hamster bomb them.

FTFY

 

GO FOR THE EYES, BOO!

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4 hours ago, Unruly said:

 

GO FOR THE EYES, BOO!

Space hamsters, the distant relatives of the murderously cute bunny rabbit.  Yes, that cute fluffy one in Monty Pythons and the holy grail that so wouldn't hurt a soul and oh gawds it's going for that guy's throat... 

 

Alternate suggestion is space ferrets, because once they get in somewhere I sure hope your wiring is sturdy, and encased, because those guys will chew on anything...  Or give it a soft tug, or scratch it, or... 

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