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Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« on: 15 December 2020, 00:57:46 »
Reading through the ROC MWDA novels, there are repeated references to something scandalous that Julian did with Calamity Kell while they were Nagelring students together.  The only details given were that:
1) It caused half a million kroner in damage
2) It involved hotwiring a Zeus
3) It made the Archon angry enough that she banished Julian from the Lyran Commonwealth and shut down the FS/LC educational exchanges for three years.
4) Julian and Calamity had their academic credits voided and had to repeat the year

It'd be fun to speculate what they could have done to get such results that ONLY caused 500,000 kroner in damage.  I mean, totaling a Locust has a price three times that amount, and nobody's going to get banished from 1/4 of the Inner Sphere over something like that.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #1 on: 15 December 2020, 02:11:23 »
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #2 on: 15 December 2020, 02:43:08 »
This really does seems like perfect fodder for a Shrapnel short story.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #3 on: 15 December 2020, 08:42:39 »
I bet it was something like
"Want to bet if this Mech has real ammo in it?" (Calamity)
"No way"
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #4 on: 15 December 2020, 08:49:53 »
or stomping on some private vehicles or something else relatively minor.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #5 on: 15 December 2020, 13:10:15 »
Eh, simply firing off a couple of missiles would not do it . . .

Keeping this in mind, and having pulled or participated in pranks in the military- I got some good mileage out of the box of grid squares and the ID-10-T form- I looked to some historical examples . . . some of them refreshed my memory.

1986 in the Med, the USS Kennedy was relieving the USS America on station . . . a helo crew from the America was tasked with delivering urgent paperwork to the relieving carrier.  As they hovered over the flight deck, instead of paperwork they dropped off 3 painted (Red, White, and Blue) greased pigs.  They thought ahead so much so that they were actually filming the pigs scrambling across the deck away from the deck crew for posterity.  No report of what happened to the pigs . . .

I found stories of Ceremonial Honor Guards who had a member of the training team waiting in the casket to open it up thus freaking out the already uncomfortable trainees.

Put 'Exit Only' signs all over a building . . . the joker that reminded me of this also said he put out official looking parking tickets on vehicles that were parked in loading or no parking zones- report to most senior NCO was the tag.  This same person worked the night shift on staff . . . apparently he was bored a lot . . . but when he noticed the report he was required to put out was being signed off on without reading he started putting in a report of a Yeti in the company of a asset, or a Yeti was seen using some equipment in the report every other night.  Said it was 2 months before his sergeant caught on . . . and another month before the captain caught it.  His next one I am just going to clip completely-

Alarm clock scavenger hunt. Get 4 or more alarm clocks battery powered and cheap as possible. Set #1 for the start of their day shift plus 25 minutes. Set #2 for minus 10 minutes from lunch start. Set #3 and #4 for sometime after lunch but both at the same time. Hide all 4 in their shop where it won't stop business just be hell. All need to be in different places. This is mean and a bit much but some people suck and I can be a jerk. Now how you get these back will tell you much about your opponents. If they break them and throw them in your rack no worries, that is an amateur move. If you don't get them back in pieces you'll get them back that night or some night in the future! Don't prank that guy again, if all 4 were set to the same time he is warning you he can think and chose not to ruin your whole night.

Yeah . . . with all the pranks I pulled on people at work and the limited amount of time on active duty, I could see myself doing what this guy did.  HECK, I DID some of this stuff- convinced a guy when he was drunk he had taken a hooker behind the 7-11 when I stopped the van on the drive back.  We told him it was a joke when he told us he had scheduled to see the doc after breakfast b/c he did not want to take anything home to his wife.  He still had to go to medical though b/c he made an appointment . . .

Heard plenty of stories of using the old field phones to electrify a portapoty.  Or even cranking the phone when someone is trying to fix or set up the wires.

You also usually joke about the most dangerous part of your job/mission . . . FREX, nukes make radiation/contamination jokes.  I have heard of practical jokes where they convince someone to completely gear up to complete a task.

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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #6 on: 15 December 2020, 13:12:43 »
My money? The academy had a mascot, a enclosure and easiest way to get it out was that Zeus. As a getaway vehicle.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #7 on: 16 December 2020, 22:47:48 »
I ratchet strapped my major in a potra-pottie.

When my cell rang, all he said was "There's no TP in here."

We loosened it, passed in the TP, then tightened it.  He was a good sport and waited 5 more minutes before telling us to let him out.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #8 on: 16 December 2020, 22:53:42 »
What did he do to you after you let him out?
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #9 on: 17 December 2020, 01:37:36 »
What did he do to you after you let him out?

IMO good commands let original pranks off light realizing what it is- a way to let out stress and see how their folks respond.  If you cannot handle the minor stress of someone pulling a prank, how do you handle combat?

Then there is stuff that sends a message up the chain . . . a micro-managing idiot (competent micro-managers are one thing, someone who has no clue but thinks they will improve your processes/responses without ever having done it is another- favorite line 'You guys run a great Op, I am not here to change anything but . . . ') who intentionally was left behind when my battery went to Iraq the 2nd time, had his name changed on his locker . . . LT Hinkle became LT Tinkle as someone re-arranged the H into a T.  Then his nickname became 'Hinkle-Hinkle' said rapid fire . . . we thought it was under the radar until the battery CO, a 'broken' Captain yelled at him over the battery FDC net 'HINKLE-HINKLE, shut the F up and let them fire the GD fire mission!'  So . . . command knew how much he pissed off the enlisted w/ the micromanaging.

So sometimes the pranks are about testing the new guy to see how they respond and for laughs . . . other times they are revenge or pushback.

SO . . . using what we know . . . I am going to change the order up

1)  I figure the Nagelring's Commandant pilots a Zeus . . . maybe one of the flashy new Zeus X types (which were the Zeuses in MWDA).  Getting to the CO's car, office, etc with a good prank is a top achievement . . . you just have to actually make it funny and not destructive, otherwise it can be considered vandalism.  Knowing the social general nature of the LCAF, we get good odds the Commandant was a political appointment at that time- and a prank that embarrassed him/her could have repercussions especially when it was performed by a foreigner and merc.

2)  Pranks that cause massive damage to property step over the bounds (see above vandalism) but when we start talking about mechs, running damage up on it is not hard.  Say what they caused the Commandant to fall on his arse while piloting the Zeus in some big public parade.  Some Zeus Xs had XXL engines and other experimental/advanced equipment as part of their construction . . . so a fall in the annual Archon Day Parade as the Commandant was leading the cadre down the street might damage not only the expensive parts on the mech, but the road . . . and if a arm was flung out a nearby building.  What caused the Zeus X to fall?  Putting wild animals in cockpits or crew areas is a common prank threat- the painted pigs went above that baseline- but I have seen folks stage plastic snakes and spiders . . . while others go to lengths to make sure they do not have anything like that get friendly.  Always tap/shake out your boots after you take them off in warm climates.  How well could YOU pilot a mech if someone put a excited wombat in there with you?  A wombat dyed the same shade of blue as the Nagelring cadre or Royals on planet?

3) & 4) Go hand in hand . . . public embarrassment to a politically useful tool has to be punished.  And IIRC, Calamity already had that nickname before she got to the Nagelring- no surprise she would be in trouble.  A colonel or general who had their mech fall in public would be the laughing stock of the LCAF for quite some time to come.  Further the Commandant would have very little other leverage against the pair than stripping credits.  Calamity is a Kell, while no longer related to the ruling line they are still powerful nobles . . . and a dead-end career in the LCAF (chief paperclip counter at the Triad) was never in the cards.  Julian?  No impact on his career in the AFFS except embarrassing Harrison- and a single incident like that might earn some displeasure but would not keep him from serving.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #10 on: 17 December 2020, 02:02:15 »
There's one more data point about the aftermath - Julian and Calamity apparently got drunk for a few days afterwards, and then Julian spent months deeply regretting his role in the affair, and worrying that his whole future was ruined.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #11 on: 17 December 2020, 11:17:52 »
There's one more data point about the aftermath - Julian and Calamity apparently got drunk for a few days afterwards, and then Julian spent months deeply regretting his role in the affair, and worrying that his whole future was ruined.

Was that before or after they tried to get together?

While Julian may have worried that his future was ruined (probably from Commandant haranguing), Harrison's comments later on implied it was not really likely . . . Julian still would have had a future in the AFFS if not the one Harrison was grooming him to carry out.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #12 on: 17 December 2020, 11:27:39 »
The Julian Davion noodle incident is that they discovered he was in fact...a noodle.

Edit: Why couldn't we have kept MW:AOD Julian instead of the one the TPTB gave us in Shattered Fortress and in A Splinter of Hope? 

As a further point, Julian's abilities from MW:AOD are called "Blood in the Water" and "Sucker Punch"

MW:AOD Julian beats Noodle Julian.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #13 on: 17 December 2020, 11:50:50 »
The Julian Davion noodle incident is that they discovered he was in fact...a noodle.

Edit: Why couldn't we have kept MW:AOD Julian instead of the one the TPTB gave us in Shattered Fortress and in A Splinter of Hope? 

As a further point, Julian's abilities from MW:AOD are called "Blood in the Water" and "Sucker Punch"

MW:AOD Julian beats Noodle Julian.

Yeah, I can agree the MWDA novel & Bonfire Julian was a better character than what we have gotten so far in recent fiction.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #14 on: 17 December 2020, 11:54:52 »
Was that before or after they tried to get together?

It appears to have been what convinced them to break it off.  So, after.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #15 on: 17 December 2020, 13:29:02 »
It appears to have been what convinced them to break it off.  So, after.

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« Reply #16 on: 17 December 2020, 17:42:22 »
There's one more data point about the aftermath - Julian and Calamity apparently got drunk for a few days afterwards, and then Julian spent months deeply regretting his role in the affair, and worrying that his whole future was ruined.

Cold wet spaghetti in the neurohelmet, unfortunately there was too much pasta water still in it and the neurohelmet shorted out.  Cue replacement and synchronizing the replacement helmet, raking extra time.  This caused a delay of the parade for fifteen minutes.

Julian got drunk afterwards because the prank wasn't really that funny/interesting

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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #17 on: 18 December 2020, 00:41:00 »
Well, what happened got spelled out . . .

 . . . and yeah, immature prank that could easily see the damage accumulate.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #18 on: 18 December 2020, 08:19:36 »
We all know what happened. Dead horse in the headmaster's Zeus Cockpit with the Zeus parked at a hard to reach spot.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #19 on: 18 December 2020, 08:25:17 »
We all know what happened. Dead horse in the headmaster's Zeus Cockpit with the Zeus parked at a hard to reach spot.

Julian’s entry in the Legends book tells the tale.

Seems Calamity was a fan of 31st century Lyran BDSM metal bands.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #20 on: 19 December 2020, 15:20:40 »
Julian’s entry in the Legends book tells the tale.

Seems Calamity was a fan of 31st century Lyran BDSM metal bands.

You know, that makes a whole lot of sense. Plus it seems Calamity is a mechwarrior and not just armor.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #21 on: 21 December 2020, 18:37:01 »
You do not have to be a mechwarrior to get the mech to move in maintenance mode . . . remember property damage- the old MW4 sound effect of hitting a streetlight!  A bumbling Zeus is going to cause a lot of property damage.
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« Reply #22 on: 22 December 2020, 18:26:18 »
You do not have to be a mechwarrior to get the mech to move in maintenance mode . . . remember property damage- the old MW4 sound effect of hitting a streetlight!  A bumbling Zeus is going to cause a lot of property damage.

True but to take a mech into the Steiner Royal Palace and all the way into the throne room and then to position that mech into a 'lewd' manner? And there is evidence that it was her mech as well going by what was written on it.
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« Reply #23 on: 22 December 2020, 20:05:40 »
She just slapped those names on while Julian was hotwiring them.  Julian could also have handled the positioning while she provided “artistic direction” from the throne.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #24 on: 22 December 2020, 22:51:43 »
Era Report 3145 also makes it pretty clear she chose combat vehicle training to aggravate her family and as a reaction to the legacy she had to live up too. I wouldn't be shocked if she received 'Mech training as a child and then switched to combat vehicles as a teenager.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #25 on: 23 December 2020, 13:53:36 »
How many packages of the 31st Century's equivalent of Raman Noodles does it take to fill the cockpit of a Zeus, and how long do they take to cook if you overheat the 'Mech?

I was in a fraternity, and also remember quite well the importance of Raman Noodles to students while living at the University.

There were several memorable incidents while I was there involving such things as Limburger cheese wrapped around a firecracker, or a carton of spoiled milk tossed through an open window, or a sky-writing flare in a closed building, or a cardboard "sleeve" filled with shaving cream, with one end stuck under a door, and then jumped on.  .....and I have absolutely no idea how that VW Beetle got on the 2nd floor landing.....
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #26 on: 27 January 2021, 00:45:57 »
It is always amazing the look on people faces when they find their car in a place it should not be.  Like the principal whose sports car moved over the weekend from autoshop to his office.   8) 8)
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #27 on: 27 January 2021, 01:46:15 »
At my high school, staff arrived on the last week of school to find a car impaled on the flagpole, engine running - with the pole running through the floor and roof of the car, and evidence of the remains of a block and tackle rig dangling from the pole.

(In actuality, the block and tackle was window dressing - the students had cut a notch in the side of the car and moved it in sideways, welding the removed section back in afterwards.)
"We have made of New Avalon a towering funeral pyre and wiped the Davion scourge from the universe.  Tikonov, Chesterton and Andurien are ours once more, and the cheers of the Capellan people nearly drown out the gnashing of our foes' teeth as they throw down their weapons in despair.  Now I am made First Lord of the Star League, and all shall bow down to me and pay homa...oooooo! Shiny thing!" - Maximillian Liao, "My Triumph", audio dictation, 3030.  Unpublished.

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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #28 on: 27 January 2021, 14:02:37 »
At my high school, staff arrived on the last week of school to find a car impaled on the flagpole, engine running - with the pole running through the floor and roof of the car, and evidence of the remains of a block and tackle rig dangling from the pole.

(In actuality, the block and tackle was window dressing - the students had cut a notch in the side of the car and moved it in sideways, welding the removed section back in afterwards.)
I'm sure you knew nothing of the event when it happened.
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Re: Brainstorm - Julian Davion's Noodle Incident
« Reply #29 on: 27 January 2021, 23:31:24 »
I wasn't involved with 40 gallons of Tide in the school's swimming pool, nope wasn't me...  ;)

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