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  1. “I see…you know Tenno? I think I will try it out. Sounds fancy and tasty enough to give it a try”
  2. "Gotta be honest, kinda expected the fight to be longer, but I suppose it's best that it didn't last as long" he simply remarks as he picked up his k-drive, followed by pressing a button that made it vanish into him or away.
  3. He nods, looking at the menu once more until he found something that interest him. "What is this...deluxe meat platter on a...board? Sounds hefty" All he understood from that dish was the meat, but the board thing threw him off.
  4. My character was for a moment (Thraks Dhraga), but he's currently in the restaurant with a bigger than normal tenno, about to order food. However, we could say that someone in the staff team watched said Grineer trying to score a goal and once he did score a goal, maybe give him an offer to train him in the art of Lunaro. Just an idea.
  5. "Never imagine a Tenno of all people would be a picky eater, but maybe that is just me seeing it from an ex grineer's perspective" he seemed to still be looking at the menu, having a hard time to pick one dish. "Do you any idea on what I should try? Most of these dishes seem too...complex for my mind to wrap around. Granted, there are some simple ones, but I figure I might try something...fancy, you know? Although maybe you're not the Tenno to ask since you stated being a picky eater, no offence"
  6. Thraks then sat down at the same table, picked up the menu and pressed the grineer icon and like magic, it switched to grineer. ”Huh, what do you know, it worked as you described it” The next couple of minutes the grineer spent time to read what’s on the menu. “There sure is a lot of interesting choices in this menu. Way more fancy than a grineer would get. It was mostly military food like canned, soup, dried meat and so on. Nothing wrong with it, but it gets somewhat stale after a while. Not the food, but the whole eating similar ration bit”
  7. "That's...quite a story Tenno. I'm surprised that you're still alive after being found out by this Ni'saa. Although you did mention that you Tenno heal well, which is something that most living things would want to have. We grineer are happy if we can live a long life, no matter what cost, whenever it's losing a limb, clone rot or simply dying in battle" They would then eventually step into the food area, which looked like a semi fancy restaurant with the golden trimmed tables, chairs, carpets, even the walls were orokin. It seems that there was plenty of tables for everyone. There was even some fancy looking sofa corner tables for those bigger group of people. "The golden people of the old sure liked gold in their stuff. Was gold plenty back in the day or did they found a way to make more of it? Who knows" he shrugged, walking toward what looked like to be a menu on the wall, but it wasn't in grineer. It was in the Tenno language. "Um...I can't read Tenno or whatever your language is called. Could you perhaps read whats on the menu?"
  8. “Interesting...Not the usual way a Tenno would do spy work I guess? Cause usually a Tenno would do it in their Warframe, sticking to the shadow or so I have heard. Have heard tales of Tenno being so sneaky that a vault was looted so fast that non noticed that the vault was empty, until I think one week after the weekly inspection”
  9. “Oh, interesting..” he would then put away his grineer mask into one of his belt bags and started to follow the Tenno with a causal walk, not so much military walk of a grineer. Probably because of the missing weapon.
  10. "I don't know who this heavy gunner by the name of Ni'saa is, but she sounds like someone with a short fuse, which is quite common when it comes to grineer personality. Anyway, I was thinking of getting something to eat at the cafeteria or whatever the food place is known as in this resort. Even though I'm a clone, we clone still need to eat now and then like any non clone beings. Although in a battlefield, we grineer didn't have the luxury of eating proper food. The best we got was canned food or some mystery protein drink that had a strange aftertaste. I never ask what was in those mystery protein drinks and probably don't want to know to be honest" he chuckled a bit nervously, probably thinking that these mystery drinks had some foul ingredients in it or something.
  11. “Probably right there Tenno, but I think most grineer need some time to adjust to non violent life, because you know, grineer was all about war and all” He then remember something important. ”How silly of me, I haven’t told you my name yet. Names Thraks Dhraga”
  12. "I get what you mean Tenno, beside of the whole DNA bit, but you gotta remember: grineer's aren't known for doing smart things. All we are taught before we head to the battlefield is "fight for the queen and let non survive" or something similar to that and beside, the grineer don't have time to gain new clones in the old fashion way. It's simply takes too much time when you can just get a clone of generic grineer number 55, even though the chance of getting a faulty clone from cloning a clone is not ideal. However, if a clone becomes faulty, from what I heard, they simply turn said clone back into goop and use said goop for clone rot stabilizing serum, which may explain why there is something faulty clone rot serums sometime..." he seem quite calm talking about this, probably cause it's something he's used to hear or see.
  13. “What makes the special units...unique? I guess the amount of high tech augmentation and the higher than average intelligence, cause most grineer aren’t lucky to be cloned with a smart or decently functional brain. As long as a grineer know how to fight in a war and basic survival skills, then it’s enough to serve the queens. Bonus point if said clone don’t question the orders or have a morale that doesn’t work with the way of the grineer warfare” ”While it would be wise to advance our tech in the long run, most of the grineer leaders wants direct result, which means going to war is higher priority than improving the tech. While there has been attempts at improving our tech for the war efforts, it has been mostly been stopped by opposing force, mostly by the Tenno. No offense of course. You know what they say; If it’s not broken, don’t try to fix it or as a grineer saying goes: another clone’ death is another clone’s victory. Not the best saying, but it’s easy enough for most clones to remember” he chuckled once more, mostly cause most grineer aren’t that bright, unless they get lucky.
  14. He laughs a bit ”Easy there Tenno or you may run out of breath. Anyway, the clone rot may sting a bit in the beginning, but there’s serums that reduces the stingy feeling to almost nothing, but most grineer usually get used to the pain. Some even uses the pain to stay alert for anything. Let’s just say it’s quite difficult to sleep with the pain” he jokes with a short chuckle. ”Regard the mostly primitive weaponry that we grineer used, it’s easier to make and considering that the average death in mission for a grineer is quite high, it’s cost effective to keep the design simple. The more advance grineer weaponry is mostly reserved to high ranking grineer or special units like the nightwatch or the kuva force” he would then ponder a bit. ”let’s take the infamous gun Grakata. It may look like it shoots bullets in a rapid pace, but it’s not actually bullets it shot. The ammo is in fact tiny scrap metal bits that gets heated up when it travel through the weapon. This is why the Grakata is known as the bullet rain gun by the grineer, cause it’s like a storm of burning rain that spew out from the barrel. Plus, since it’s heated, it makes it great against the infested. In short; easy to make weapons equals easy to mass produce for an ever growing and depleting army”
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