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(what’s a klingon cloaking device BTW?)
Do you Troll sir? If not a Klingon cloaking device is a fictional device from the Star Trek Universe. A cloaking device allows an area (usually a ship) to be rendered invisible. For more geekery: http://www.startrek.com/database_article/cloaking-device-klingon
Oh… My apologies to star trek fans :)
(just Googled it !)
star wars had cloaking devices for ships but only in the books, and I’ve never watched star trek so I have no clue about them lol
Um, Romulans had the cloaking device, not Klingons. I’ve been trying to avoid saying it, but these so called geek comics are totally lame – they’re the only thing I don’t like about HTG.
Anakin’s stealth ship in clone wars has a clockin device too. Don’t forget.
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