Bottomless Magazines In spite of the massive amount of ammo expended, you can pretty much count on one hand the number of times anyone reloads on-screen. Averted during the battle at the outpost on Planet P in the first movie. One of the MI says he's low on ammunition and another says they're out of ammo. Which for Dizzy is kind of weird for her to run out, as she spent the better part of the assault trying to call for retrieval. The Brain Bugs, who use a rather straw-like proboscis to stab through the skull and suck out the juicy brainmeats within. At the end of the Boot Camp portion of the film, Zim is told that due to his value as a Veteran Instructor , the only way he'll see combat is if he busts himself down to private.
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Novels[ edit ] Mass Effect: Revelation , by Drew Karpyshyn: The first novel based on Mass Effect, the plot is centred around then-Lieutenant David Anderson and tells the story of how he came to know Saren as well as the beginning of his relationship with Kahlee Sanders. It expands on the history of the Mass Effect universe and reveals in detail how Anderson failed to become the first human Spectre.
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November 7, TriStar Pictures On November 7, , moviegoers watched as a cast of no-name actors—plus Neil Patrick Harris—went to war against a planet full of giant bugs. Most critics dismissed the splatterfest that ensued as yet another brainless action flick. Here are a few things you might not know about Starship Troopers, on the 20th anniversary of its debut. Filled with classroom lectures and lengthy dialogue about the virtues of armed conflict and molding men into soldiers, the book struck many readers as more political diatribe than action story. One such reader was Ed Neumeier, co-writer of RoboCop, who decided to give Starship Troopers an over-the-top satirical bent, complete with fascist overtones and wholesome teenagers getting mowed down in droves.