Volterites Vs Space Pirates

Volterites Vs Space Pirates

Suggested by Stronghold

Volterites will go up against Space Pirates (Metroid)

The Volterites from the N.O.V.A. franchise have used a judger artifact to create a wormhole into the Metroid universe.

Each army has 10,000 troops. The Space pirates have 3,00 aero troopers and 1,000 shield troopers. The rest are regular Space Pirates.

The Volterites have 3,000 stingers, 1,000 psychers and the rest are armed with plasma guns.

Who will become the champion in the battle of the species?

Who will win?

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3 Comments on "Volterites Vs Space Pirates"

  1. Rookie September 14, 2015 at 1:28 am -      #1

    Feats for Volterites?

  2. Stronghold September 14, 2015 at 8:43 am -      #2

    Volterites are a different species of spare fairing civilization than humans. Volterites have different classes. There are your regular volterite troops. They are armed with a plasma gun and have short ranged teleportation devices. Psychers have more health than regular troops and can turn invisible. They also can use their minds to control things (Volterite Psycher Maz’rah controls the final boss Kar’rak in the final level of the game). There are two other (as far as I know) unnamed types which aren’t included but are still powerful. The volterites have created weapons out of the power of Judger artifacts. Judgers are powerful beings which could easily wipe out the volterites if it weren’t for a Judger on the volterites side. They have also developed a weapon capable of passing through enemies although it isn’t used by the volterites in game.

    Description of the VOlterites is above. I think they are a worthy match for the Space Pirates…


  3. Mea quidem sententia September 14, 2015 at 12:50 pm -      #3

    Are we using the space pirates from Metroid Prime? There are space pirates and flying pirates. There’s no such thing as “shield pirates”, but if we’re using Metroid Prime, then those space pirates are called power, wave, ice, and plasma troopers, which will only receive damage from Samus from her specific beam weapons or charge combos.

    Space pirates used galvanic accelerator cannons. The word “galvanic” means “relating to or involving electric currents produce by chemical action.” So the weapon itself may be chemoelectrical, converting chemical energy into electrical energy. That may explain how this weapon functions, but not necessarily what is being fired.

    In chemistry, an accelerator would be a substance that increases the rate of chemical reaction, but with regard to firearms, this could be referring to a weapon that converts magnetic energy into kinetic energy for a projectile or a weapon that uses plasma discharge to accelerate its projectile. Because it’s energy being fired, chances are it’s referring to the chemistry definition.

    So we really don’t know what these are supposed to mean, but it’d be terrible to be caught in that kind of firepower if there are 6,000 space pirates. Flying pirates have something like this as well, but theirs is green and looks different from your typical space pirates. I’m not sure if they’re more powerful because I haven’t tested that out, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they were, considering they’re in a different location, and usually in the Metroid series, the further you progress, the stronger enemies are.

    Flying pirates can also shoot missiles, but if they’re shot down, they’ll dive in for the kill, and considering this isn’t going to be a single target these space pirates are going to be fighting, they’ll take out more enemies by dive bombing.

    The beam troopers are pretty much immune to Samus’ weapons. The only weapon that can kill them that doesn’t involve beams are Samus’ power bombs. Since the radius for these power bombs is supposed to be 10 meters, that means if we’re using TNT (a common explosive material in the military), then a single power bomb produces 58.32 gigajoules of energy. It take 2.99 gigajoules to atomize a human. This energy is equal to 13.94 tons of TNT.

    The only other weapon I’ve seen capable of killing these beam troopers is the Omega Pirate’s wave quake attack. Its plasma cannon probably will kill them, too. But yeah.

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