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Hello, so I would like to talk about the size of the Almighty and saying that it rivals the Dreadnaught, with calcs, the Dreadnaught is around the size of earth's moon, but after looking at the post credit scene comparing the Almighty to Mercury, it should be relatively smaller, right?--CNBA3 (talk) 15:46, 13 February 2018 (EST)
The Almighty’s Destruction: Your Opinion
Alright, now that the Almighty has been destroyed, I want your guys’ opinions on the “live event” that was presented to us. Because, to me, as an absolute lore fanatic, the entire event was steaming garbage. For those who don’t know, the Almighty has a wingspan of at least 3,000 kilometers; the size of Mercury. That means, if the Almighty had made contact with the Earth, it would wipe out everything, and possibly shatter the planet.
But, as I came to realize, Rasputin only launched two sets of the Seraph Satellites; he never launched the third set. Meaning, that only 6 million Satellites were used to destroy a 3,000 kilometer long ship. That aside, somehow, the missiles only destroyed the center mass of the Almighty, not the wings. That aforementioned piece was still absolutely gigantic, and impacted into a mountain range. The result? A flash of blinding light, a shockwave, and a forest fire. Had the actual size of that piece been used, it would’ve caused an extinction level that would’ve killed everything on the planet. But, that didn’t happen, as Bungie completely disregarded the size of their sun-destroying super-weapon, for a glorified light show.
My ranting aside, what do you guys think of this event? Many people enjoyed it, by I absolutely hated it. There was nothing that could’ve redeemed this.
- I had an important question regardless of how the event went. After we launched a million satellites from those Seraph Towers, did those Seraph Satellites physically attacked the Almighty themselves or did they produce giant laser missiles like from Starkiller Base in the Force Awakens? Sparta94 (talk) 02:39, June 7, 2020 (EDT)
- I’m ok with the event, it just that, I wish that when the Almighty did crashed into the mountains, it kicks up a huge dust cloud that blanket the entire City for at least a couple minutes after sun destroyer crashed. But my concern is, what happen to Amtec, did they killed her within the Almighty, when it was annihilated, wasting possibly a good boss, (if they (Bungie), did it correctly). Or the Guardian that was stuck in the almighty, is there a possible change he could escape?, (and yeah I know, the Ghost said that he will be stuck there for 50 years, I even had to watch a My name if Byf video about the lore snip it, I just have this feeling, what he was able to escape luckily, or did the Ghost was able to free him, or did the Cabal killed him, or trapped him, before they sent the Almighty to Earth). Joskaa, Lion Kell What's the problem? All in a day's work...well for me, (heh heh) 12:52, June 7, 2020 (EDT)
- I honestly hope Amtec didn’t die in the Almighty’s crash. If she survived, I hope that we get to fight her in a secret mission. However, if she did die, then she was wasted. In addition, the trapped Guardian may have finally become free when the Almighty blew up. He’s dead, therefore, his Ghost, assuming he’s alive, can Rez him. But, we’ll have to wait and see if Bungie follows up on these two individuals. Akarasis, Archon of Stone
- Well is there a change, that the Ghost can Rez if he is dead?, unless they can’t Rez him, due to the That tech, the Almighty has, or just end up how Jaren Ward’s Ghost was presumed unable to Rez Jaren, because of whatever Dredgen Yor did to him, or because Jaren wanted his Ghost to Rez Shin. Also since the Season of the Worthy is about two days until it’s done, I have a feeling Amtec is officially dead, unless they delay the June 9th DLC, so that they can make a mission to stop her. Joskaa, Lion Kell What's the problem? All in a day's work...well for me, (heh heh) 13:25, June 7, 2020 (EDT)