Mossad le-Modiin ule-Tafkidim Meyuhadim

The '''Mossad le-Modiin ule-Tafkidim Meyuhadim''' ("Institue for Intelligence and Special Tasks" or "מוסד  למודיעין ולתפקידים מיוחדים ") - or short '''the Mossad''' - is the main intelligence service for Israel. It is headquartered in Tel Aviv. The director is Amos Ben Yakhin.

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== Space Junk for Ammunition ==

Is a reference available to the usefulness of "welded space junk" as a type of ammunition in this sort of futuristic weapon?

I would think that a purpose-built projectile, preferable tungsten or depleted uranium, with an ejectable outer-shell ceramic heat shield to avoid overheating (and possible weakening) during re-entry, would be necessary.  A steering system for guidance in the lower atmosphere would also be a necessity, as winds would affect trajectory over so great a distance.

UserRainOfSteel 1034, 1 September 2006 (EDT)

I doubt it was that developed. Any good kind of meteorit should do the trick. One need to check Aztlan, and maybe other sources later, to see. There's also other orbital weapon platform, check System Failure. —UserJérémie Bouillon 1750, 1 September 2006 (EDT)

== Equivallent Explosive Yield ==

How big of a nuclear bomb are we talking about?  1kt?  20kt?  100kt?

UserRainOfSteel 1034, 1 September 2006 (EDT)

== Novatech ==

Since I don't have the relavent sourcebook available at the moment, it is mentioned anywhere if Fuchi's shots transfered to Novatech? Personally, I would be surprised if Villers didn't use one of his Thors to take out Art personally.

UserLordHaHa 26 Feb 2007 (U.S. Central Time)
In the adventure "Survival of the Fittest" (Fanpro 10665) Ghostwalker is referred to as Doll-Maker. In Earthdawn Doll-Maker was the Great Dragon Icewing (Dragons sourcebook). Icewing is the brother of Mountainshadow, known as Dunkelzahn in the Sixth World (which can be proven by the fact that Mountainshadow and Dunkelzahn are both referred to as Far-Scholar). So I think Ghostwalker is Dunkelzahn's brother. But since I'm a new around here I don't know whether you regard Earthdawn sources as canon. I thought it might be better to put this up for discussion before I change anything.

It worth mentioning.
Here's a good source on the matters of dragons in the sixth and the fourth world, which confirm what you said
(UserThe Laughing Man)

Yes, both Dunkie et Ghosty were infants to All-Wings. I'm not sure this is relevant to this wiki however, it depend on the amount of this kind of secrets it needs, and it came from ED and not SR sources.

Well, I assume the SR/ED background will be used in future immortals/dragons plotlines. Even if they diverge from it in a future publication, we can still change it. For now we know that Ghostwalker and Dunkelzahn are supposed to be brothers. --- UserLoki

== Drake Brothers ==

I'm sure it is possible, even probable that Ghostwalker and Dunk. were related or atleast peers. I say this basised on how the other Great Dragons paid him respect upon his arrival. Like one would for the passing of a relative.
Not to mention the apparrent "good" relationship between him and the Draco Foundation. 
But I also like to take this opportunity to point out that at the approx. time of Ghostwalker arrival, the appereance of Halley's Comment, all co enside with some pretty locco stuff on the Mayan Calandar.
Not to mention all the events that followed. What does this late arrival know about the potential addverse effects of a spike in Mana mean for MetaHumanity?
And WHY the Frontal assualt and eviction from the Devner area of the Azzies?

Inquiring Mind Wanna Know Omea!