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prodigyduck wrote:I beleive there is a scene that shows up in the intro of the later episodes. It shows Tank smashing through a brick wall then standing there, looking all menacing.
For that scene, the set-building crew thought it would be funny if they actually mortared the bricks, so it would be a solid wall; not a breakable wall as is ususally used in these scenes. Sven would bounce off the wall and everyone would get a laugh. Ha ha ha!
That's not what happened.
No... Sven smashed through the wall! Then he looked all menacing.
The set crew ran for their lives!
When asked about the event, Sven said something akin to (remeber to read it in an accent): "After smashing through the wall, I didn't know what to do. I was completely stunned. All I could do was stand there."
Woodclaw wrote:Nice work, just a small note about Power's rank. On a old wiki on the show it was noted that the ranks on his uniform looks more like those of the U.S.Navy instead of army. If this is correct he should be a Navy Captain, which would make him roughly equivalent to Army colonel.
HustlerOne wrote:Notes: Hawk's Flight suit turned Matthew into a personal fighterjet. It is one of the most mobile
powersuit thanks to its Rocket Jet BackPack System. The Rocket Jet BackPack System allows Matthew to fly!
In addition it has good firepower in the form of a larger than normal ionblaster and wrist rockets. The
drawback is that the suit is one of the lightest and therefore the most lightly armored.
Hawk can pickup a passenger in flight allowing him to rescue people in trouble. Hawk's suit was actually
the first one to be activated in Matthew's rescue attempt of his friend Doctor power and his son. The two
were trapped in Volcania at the time.
Hawk is a good match against the aerial Biodread known as Soaron. Hawk normally acts as a decoy to lure
Soaron away from the Jumpship. Hawk provides critical airsupport while out in the field. He is sometimes
forced to fight on the ground and is passable as a ground soldier.
Hawk in my opinion was the most hit and incapacitated out of any member of the team. His light armor
gets him into trouble whenever he is on the ground. Nevertheless he was the most important member whenever a teammate needed a quick rescue.
Arkrite wrote:Hawk was always my favorite.
Sadly I think his family was dead, but I'll have to watch the first season again just to make sure it wasn't just implied.
If they were digitized that is bad news. Had the series lasted longer they would have revealed what Overmind was actually doing with the digitized humans... Lets just say it didn't fit into Lord Dread's vision of the future.
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