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Old March 4 2010, 08:00 AM   #16
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Re: Odo vs. a T-1000.

Yet the idea of the T-1000 was that it was "biological enough" to pass through the time machine that only accepted organics, or things disguised as organics by adding some flesh...

On the issue of Odo getting knocked unconscious, I think he was faking it in "Vortex"... A good ruse for finding out the true motivations of Croden. But perhaps he is vulnerable to impact damage when he's not prepared for it?

Anyway, T-1000 would win, because it could always come back in time again, until it got it right...

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Old March 4 2010, 10:11 AM   #17
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Re: Odo vs. a T-1000.

Honestly, it would probably be a draw until Odo remembered that he can become fire and just melt the T-1000
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Old March 4 2010, 10:44 AM   #18
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Yet the idea of the T-1000 was that it was "biological enough" to pass through the time machine that only accepted organics, or things disguised as organics by adding some flesh...
Think of it as being made of the "silver blood" from Voyager's episode Demon.
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Old March 4 2010, 01:37 PM   #19
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Re: Odo vs. a T-1000.

Odo would win. All he would have to do is engulf the T-1000 within his own body and then slowly crush him.

But, since you never bring a knife to a gun fight, Odo could just pick up a phaser and fry the T-1000's knife-wielding ass into vapor.
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Old March 5 2010, 05:58 AM   #20
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Re: Odo vs. a T-1000.

^

That'd have to be Overseer Odo, since Constable Odo never used a phaser.

Now, if there's an unshielded warp core handy, it'd be a different story...
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Old March 5 2010, 12:47 PM   #21
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^ I think he used a phaser, along with a squad of deputies, to save Kira and Rom in Sacrifice of Angels.
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Old March 5 2010, 12:59 PM   #22
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^ I think he used a phaser, along with a squad of deputies, to save Kira and Rom in Sacrifice of Angels.
Nope, no phaser in his hands in this scene.
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Old March 5 2010, 01:06 PM   #23
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Well, just have Mirror-Odo fight the T-1000. He used a phaser.
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Re: Odo vs. a T-1000.

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Well, he tried to, anyway, but Bashir was quicker on the draw...
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Old March 6 2010, 11:19 PM   #25
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Re: Odo vs. a T-1000.

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As shown when Odo as a glass was broken into multiple pieces, the pieces revert to liquid & reform into one entity - Odo.

As for assimilation, I'd say that a Founder can't be, since they have so much control over their own bodies, but a T-1000 could be, since they're technological. But, it wouldn't be a real drone, since there wouldn't be a biological component.

Or something...
They wouldn' turn the T-1000 into a drone, but adapt the technology and use it to make a totally new brand of morphing drones.
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Old March 6 2010, 11:22 PM   #26
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Pictures, please.
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Old March 7 2010, 05:27 AM   #27
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my vote goes to the demon-planet matter. it truly became the person or thing of the shape it assumed, including the mind, personality, memories. the prior existence was wiped out. the founders babbled a lot about becoming something, but never achieved that.
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Old March 11 2010, 10:41 PM   #28
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Odo. Odo can mass-shift, the T-1000 appears unable to.

It'd be an awesome "wizard's battle" though.
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