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  • I would be interested in seeing NRG's predator. Since NRG is always in his near indestuctible suit, what could his predator really do to damage him? Keeping in mind the suit also contains the radiation, so the predator wont be able to simply siphon off his energy.

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    • NRG's predator might be some kind of cockroach like creature since real ones are ummune to radiation so it could that if they ever get to makeing one for NRG

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    • but what out his suit? it's like undestructible, so i doubt they'll ever even try to use NRG's predator 

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    • who's to say he can't have some way of absorbing his powers and him while he is in it

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    • Well the predator is typically something that have evolved to eat these creatures in their natural habitat, so whatever it is, especially as a non-sapient creature wouldn't necessarily be developed to eat through the armour.

      Having said that, some sort of living sponge that absorbs radiation and uses it to grow would be cool.

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    • NRG is made of energy so the predator could be a cockroack-like alien (because they are immune to radiation) with sharp and long claws to drain his energy. The armour isn't the part of the Prypiatosian-B's  biology but it has slots through which his natural predator should be able to drain his energy.

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    • i think the predator nrg is conductoid like feedback. nrg is made from

      energy. the predator can absorb nrg and defeat him this way.

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    • Feedback100 wrote:
      NRG is made of energy so the predator could be a cockroack-like alien (because they are immune to radiation) with sharp and long claws to drain his energy. The armour isn't the part of the Prypiatosian-B's  biology but it has slots through which his natural predator should be able to drain his energy.


      actually scientific tests have killed cockroaches using radiation.

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    • Linkmadara wrote:
      Feedback100 wrote:
      NRG is made of energy so the predator could be a cockroack-like alien (because they are immune to radiation) with sharp and long claws to drain his energy. The armour isn't the part of the Prypiatosian-B's  biology but it has slots through which his natural predator should be able to drain his energy.

      actually scientific tests have killed cockroaches using radiation.

      Any creature can die with radiation. In fact, anything can be destroyed by radiation. It's just a matter of how much there is, what kind it is, and where it's being aimed at.

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    • Linkmadara wrote:

      Feedback100 wrote:
      NRG is made of energy so the predator could be a cockroack-like alien (because they are immune to radiation) with sharp and long claws to drain his energy. The armour isn't the part of the Prypiatosian-B's  biology but it has slots through which his natural predator should be able to drain his energy.


      actually scientific tests have killed cockroaches using radiation.

      I think fruit flies or some other type of fly that survives radiation the best and cockroach are one of the first insects to die from radiation.

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    • Madlooney6 wrote:

      Linkmadara wrote:

      Feedback100 wrote:
      NRG is made of energy so the predator could be a cockroack-like alien (because they are immune to radiation) with sharp and long claws to drain his energy. The armour isn't the part of the Prypiatosian-B's  biology but it has slots through which his natural predator should be able to drain his energy.

      actually scientific tests have killed cockroaches using radiation.

      I think fruit flies or some other type of fly that survives radiation the

      best and cockroach are one of the first insects to die from radiation.

      Mythbuster tested. The flower beetles, actually, were proven to withstand radiation the best out of three insects (with fruit flies and cockroachs included in the test), with some surviving a extremely lethal 100,000 rads. There were no cockroaches still living that had handled that level of radiation.

      The Mythbusters have concluded that, while cockroaches can survive in radioactive areas, there were better choices out there that can survive in even stronger radiation fields.

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    • Joker-Man wrote:

      Madlooney6 wrote:

      Linkmadara wrote:

      Feedback100 wrote:
      NRG is made of energy so the predator could be a cockroack-like alien (because they are immune to radiation) with sharp and long claws to drain his energy. The armour isn't the part of the Prypiatosian-B's  biology but it has slots through which his natural predator should be able to drain his energy.

      actually scientific tests have killed cockroaches using radiation.

      I think fruit flies or some other type of fly that survives radiation the

      best and cockroach are one of the first insects to die from radiation.

      Mythbuster tested. The flower beetles, actually, were proven to withstand radiation the best out of three insects (with fruit flies and cockroachs included in the test), with some surviving a extremely lethal 100,000 rads. There were no cockroaches still living that had handled that level of radiation.

      The Mythbusters have concluded that, while cockroaches can survive in radioactive areas, there were better choices out there that can survive in even stronger radiation fields.

      Knew it was something like that, I saw it on QI but couldn't remember which bug survived radiation the best (I was almost right).

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      Madlooney6 wrote:


      Joker-Man wrote:


      Madlooney6 wrote:

      Linkmadara wrote:



      Feedback100 wrote:
      NRG is made of energy so the predator could be a cockroack-like alien (because they are immune to radiation) with sharp and long claws to drain his energy. The armour isn't the part of the Prypiatosian-B's  biology but it has slots through which his natural predator should be able to drain his energy.

      actually scientific tests have killed cockroaches using radiation.
      I think fruit flies or some other type of fly that survives radiation the

      best and cockroach are one of the first insects to die from radiation.

      Mythbuster tested. The flower beetles, actually, were proven to withstand radiation the best out of three insects (with fruit flies and cockroachs included in the test), with some surviving a extremely lethal 100,000 rads. There were no cockroaches still living that had handled that level of radiation.

      The Mythbusters have concluded that, while cockroaches can survive in radioactive areas, there were better choices out there that can survive in even stronger radiation fields.

      Knew it was something like that, I saw it on QI but couldn't remember which bug survived radiation the best (I was almost right).
      I was only giving an example, anything that can handle radiation to a certain level or is fast enough to dodge it can be NRG's predator and its no big deal if they introduce a species that can be completely immune to radiation, after all its science fiction. How about something that is not immune to radiation but depends on energy for their survival and are also made of energy, like a Vladat-like alien made of energy.
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    • Feedback100 wrote: Bold text


      Madlooney6 wrote:


      Joker-Man wrote:


      Madlooney6 wrote:

      Linkmadara wrote:



      Feedback100 wrote:
      NRG is made of energy so the predator could be a cockroack-like alien (because they are immune to radiation) with sharp and long claws to drain his energy. The armour isn't the part of the Prypiatosian-B's  biology but it has slots through which his natural predator should be able to drain his energy.

      actually scientific tests have killed cockroaches using radiation.
      I think fruit flies or some other type of fly that survives radiation the

      best and cockroach are one of the first insects to die from radiation.

      Mythbuster tested. The flower beetles, actually, were proven to withstand radiation the best out of three insects (with fruit flies and cockroachs included in the test), with some surviving a extremely lethal 100,000 rads. There were no cockroaches still living that had handled that level of radiation.

      The Mythbusters have concluded that, while cockroaches can survive in radioactive areas, there were better choices out there that can survive in even stronger radiation fields.

      Knew it was something like that, I saw it on QI but couldn't remember which bug survived radiation the best (I was almost right).
      I was only giving an example, anything that can handle radiation to a certain level or is fast enough to dodge it can be NRG's predator and its no big deal if they introduce a species that can be completely immune to radiation, after all its science fiction. How about something that is not immune to radiation but depends on energy for their survival and are also made of energy, like a Vladat-like alien made of energy.

      Like a giant vampire bug?

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    • An energy draining vampire made out of some kind of energy. And I didn't say anything about "bug".

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