How do you suppose the hunters control their jetpacks?

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Like is it neurological, is it a leaver system, are there buttons on their butt cheeks that they have to press, or is it controlled by farts?

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#2

I always assumed it was controlled neurally.

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#3

Hey that Sexual Chocolate Mark Henry omg.

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#4

New Lore:

  • Hunters are actually extremely lactose intolerant and gorge themselves on dairy products before a Hunt.
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#5

What about bucket then? I can’t imagine how many farts it would take to power the thunderchild.

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#6

Remember, Abe replaced his oil with bacon grease.

She’s an old lady, she’s especially affected by her lactose intolerance.

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#7

What have I just read.

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#8


There are drones nowadays that can use the electric signals in humans. There was some videos on it, but I can’t find them.

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#9

This might be the first time that I actually liked something you said haha because because I even opened the thread up …[quote=“Azmi_Anuar, post:1, topic:85281”]
controlled by farts?
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I thought—they control it from their ass lol

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#10

This was in the concept art. Until told otherwise, I’m assuming that they replaced the cable with a small chip in their skull that links to the jetpack remotely. @Matthew probably knows the real method, or he could just make one up.

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#11

Flatulence.

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#12

I vote flatulence as well.

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#13

This seems reasonable, I bet when you eat too much curry it’ll make you jump like you’re in SS mode. :laughing:

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#14

A prophecy.

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#15

Hunters are technopaths. :stuck_out_tongue:

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#16

I hate neolutionists!

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#17

i would say they use their jetpacks just like jango fett uses his pack in star wars. ^^

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#18

I always just assumed the same way a segway or a hoverboard is controlled. leaning forward in flight, backwards to the left and right. most likely weight distribution.

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