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    Hi,
    I'm interested in some little brainstorming of the Ori/Jaffa staffweapons. I watched all SG-1 episodes, so based on my memories:

    Jaffa Staffweapon
    -less accurate than the Ori weapon

    Ori Staffweapon
    -seems very deadly
    -more advanced power supply

    my assumptions so far:
    - both weapons should be one shot = dead if hit in torso or head area and wearing no armor
    - Jaffa should be able to sustain up to 2 Jaffa Staffweapon shots in torso area

    Input welcome. I'm also looking for a sound recording of the Ori weapon shot, sadly all samples I took from my dvds always had music playing or were muffled as they were fired in the distance.

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    #2
    iirc teal'c takes 3 staffa shots and takes a while to die in continuum
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      #3
      Originally posted by asdf1239 View Post
      iirc teal'c takes 3 staffa shots and takes a while to die in continuum
      Yeah, but he's a badass, Sam took a strafing shot in some episode and nearly dies...

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        #4
        Ark Of Truth should give you some good sound samples for the ori weapons.


        anyway, staffweapons suck in every possible way. ori weapons are better but still not great

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          #5
          I can still remember the episode in which the Jaffa say that a staf weapon is a weapon of war and a p90 a trinket. Then a demonstration happens in which the Jaffa sharpshooter hits 2 out of 3 on a stationary dummy and sam cuts it in two with her p90

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            #6
            actually O'neill says that. The Warrior.

            a staf weapon is a weapon of war and a p90 a trinket.

            "this *points at staffweapon* is a weapon of terror. it is meant to intimidate your enemy".
            *jaffa shoots a few times, hits a few times, making scorch marks*
            "THIS *points at P-90* is a weapon of war. it is meant to KILL your enemy."
            *sam shoots three times, two hits in the log, the third snaps the rope. she switches to automatic and cuts the log in half*

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              #7
              Based on what we've seen, if you really want to find an explanation to the various firepower levels, aside from arguing that some System Lords give their Jaffa more powerfu lstaves, you may say that they have a way to charge shots. This problem existed since the film. The staves were powerful, but sometimes even several shots would do much less damage than the typical stone blasting bolts.
              In the show, there's been times when we've seen staves do fantastic things. We've also seen Bra'tac rapid-fire his staff weapon with low powered flaming bolts. Me thinks that if one is to argue that a build up is possible, it's generally not used too often for some reason, which could mechanical perhaps. Perhaps it damages the weapon, perhaps it makes the shot's accuracy very random at long ranges, etc.
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                #8
                Originally posted by thekillman View Post
                actually O'neill says that. The Warrior.
                "this *points at staffweapon* is a weapon of terror. it is meant to intimidate your enemy".
                *jaffa shoots a few times, hits a few times, making scorch marks*
                "THIS *points at P-90* is a weapon of war. it is meant to KILL your enemy."
                *sam shoots three times, two hits in the log, the third snaps the rope. she switches to automatic and cuts the log in half*
                Yep, I remember that. The staffweapon makes alot of noise and scares little children, but it's not very accurate. That's allready implementated ingame, in my play tests the ratio is like 1 to 3 so 10 SGC soldiers will defeat 30 Jaffa with few surviving.

                This however is also limited to engagement range. If I let them engage as far as 300-350m, the Jaffa will loose pretty surely (even more if I spawn SGC soldiers equipped with M107's and M249's).

                However, if I place the Jaffa nearer like 100-150m or even closer, SGC casulties will rise rapidly.

                As for the Ori I made the Ori weapon abit more accurate, deadlier and the energy bolt faster as it seemed more advanced.


                Originally posted by thekillman View Post
                Ark Of Truth should give you some good sound samples for the ori weapons.


                anyway, staffweapons suck in every possible way. ori weapons are better but still not great
                Hm yep, that's where I got the sound I'm using now. I used the sound at the beginning where Tomin decides to help SG-1, but the shots in the large battle before that all have music playing . And that sound is abit muffled, doesn't have alot of bass and clarity.


                Originally posted by Mister Oragahn View Post
                Based on what we've seen, if you really want to find an explanation to the various firepower levels, aside from arguing that some System Lords give their Jaffa more powerfu lstaves, you may say that they have a way to charge shots. This problem existed since the film. The staves were powerful, but sometimes even several shots would do much less damage than the typical stone blasting bolts.
                In the show, there's been times when we've seen staves do fantastic things. We've also seen Bra'tac rapid-fire his staff weapon with low powered flaming bolts. Me thinks that if one is to argue that a build up is possible, it's generally not used too often for some reason, which could mechanical perhaps. Perhaps it damages the weapon, perhaps it makes the shot's accuracy very random at long ranges, etc.
                Hm that sounds like a solid explanation, but maybe it's just that the writers weren't clear about their own stuff, like e.g. with the zat guns. As I remember in the first episodes they had Z's disappear bodies on the third shot and sometime later the writers said sth. like "oh yep, that was a bad idea" and mocked this particular aspect also in wormhole xtreme. Or maybe Bratac had a "pimped" staff weapon.

                A firemode for burst fire could be implemented, but I would leave it only for player use for now as it seems it was used rarely.

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                  #9
                  I think, if a staff weapon hits a vital area, it should be more or less one hit kill on humans, a couple on Jaffa. IF it hits. It has horrible ergonomics.

                  then agaian, the P90 is vastly overpowered and accurate in SG shows, too. I'd rather have a half-brick than either
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                    #10
                    I never understood how it was a bad idea. It's not like it would change much to the plots, considering how they're used most of the time. And if I have time, I'll post an explanation how what zats do.

                    As for staves, if one watches Continuum, you'll notice that they're actually good weapons. Ba'al's men had no issue to score very good hits, and that even at long medium ranges, weapon to the hips.
                    Besides, before the shift to the ceramic-armoured vest, bolts would cook people in, while we do know that real rifles won't always kill. In general, aside from special main characters and plot convenience, one shot still manages to kill SGC troops at times, and will at the very least incapacitate a soldier with a serious wound.
                    See episode Heroes, O'neill was knocked down and needed immediate care, Frasier got shot and killed, and the wounded trooper she was taking care of wasn't exactly in good shape either). We also saw in this episode how a punchy bolt could send Siler fly backwards. Now it seems he wore an experimental heavy flak jacked, cause he didn't suffer from the near point blank range shot, while the troops certainly didn't seem to benefit from that kind of protection.
                    There's Moebius, some screenshots:




                    On the second picture we see that the bolt literally goes through the trooper. Same thing happened when O'neill shot a Jaff in the stomach with a staff in Children of the Gods:


                    Then consider the staff bolts when they crack open boulders (see several examples here), put fist sized holes in stone pillars and concrete walls, and cause serious damage to trees and make big explosions like in Thor's Chariot.


                    1 2 3

                    4 5 6

                    And an example from the movie, here.

                    Besides, considering that the bolts explode, they're prone to cause some lethal shrapnel over a short radius.

                    EDIT: I'd invite you to read this post, but some videos have been removed.
                    EDIT2: Wow, many IMG tags have been changed into URL tags. WTF?? I don't know what the hell happened. It worked fine when I left it yesterday.
                    EDIT3: "Last edited by Bagpuss; Today at 03:12 AM. Reason: IMG tags changed to URLs.Gifs were all way over the 100KB max. " - OK, got it. Back to URLs. Oh boy that messes up the post. Is it good now?
                    Last edited by Mister Oragahn; April 28, 2010, 10:40 AM.
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                      #11
                      Wow, thanks for the in-depth reply, may I rent you for further "QA" in the future ?

                      I adjusted the damage now (all for the jaffa staff), torso/head/neck is instant death, legs/hands/arms will need 2 hits.

                      Also shrapnel range has been increased to 1m (0.2m) before and will deal 2dmg which is 20% of the damage a direct hit causes.

                      See my test (rated M I guess):
                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bL21S0ILyk

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by bla232 View Post
                        Hi,
                        I'm interested in some little brainstorming of the Ori/Jaffa staffweapons. I watched all SG-1 episodes, so based on my memories:

                        Jaffa Staffweapon
                        -less accurate than the Ori weapon

                        Ori Staffweapon
                        -seems very deadly
                        -more advanced power supply



                        my assumptions so far:
                        - both weapons should be one shot = dead if hit in torso or head area and wearing no armor
                        - Jaffa should be able to sustain up to 2 Jaffa Staffweapon shots in torso area

                        Input welcome. I'm also looking for a sound recording of the Ori weapon shot, sadly all samples I took from my dvds always had music playing or were muffled as they were fired in the distance.

                        Please help. These guys will salute you:
                        http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/ll246/bla212/1-9.jpg
                        i'd imagine Ori staff weapons more advanced, since Ori more advanced than Goa'uld; curious--did u see a certain scene causing u to think Ori staff weapons have more advanced power source?

                        Originally posted by asdf1239 View Post
                        iirc teal'c takes 3 staffa shots and takes a while to die in continuum
                        Teal'c is one of the toughest, hardiest Jaffa ever so he can survive injuries longer

                        Originally posted by Mister Oragahn View Post
                        Based on what we've seen, if you really want to find an explanation to the various firepower levels, aside from arguing that some System Lords give their Jaffa more powerfu lstaves, you may say that they have a way to charge shots. This problem existed since the film. The staves were powerful, but sometimes even several shots would do much less damage than the typical stone blasting bolts.
                        In the show, there's been times when we've seen staves do fantastic things. We've also seen Bra'tac rapid-fire his staff weapon with low powered flaming bolts. Me thinks that if one is to argue that a build up is possible, it's generally not used too often for some reason, which could mechanical perhaps. Perhaps it damages the weapon, perhaps it makes the shot's accuracy very random at long ranges, etc.
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                          #13
                          yes Line in the Sand shows the ori have a pretty good powersource, better than 3 naquahdah generators.

                          according to carter a staff weapon can't even power a gate. though she was disproven by oneill later, although via very different means of accessing the power. a staffweapon thus generates much less power normally, and lasts long, while when using a powerbooster, you get MUCH more power.

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                            #14
                            i do believe there is a deleted scene where adria says much goa'uld technology is based of ancient desgins

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                              #15
                              and?

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