LambdaGeneration
miho

miho

@miho

i am obsessed with halflife, and I also draw sometimes :^) // check out my socials B) // (she/her)

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some practice i did, my least fav is barney cos i couldnt seem to get his face shape right but oh well c:
some practice i did, my least fav is barney cos i couldnt seem to get his face shape right but oh well c:
some practice i did, my least fav is barney cos i couldnt seem to get his face shape right but oh well c:
some practice i did, my least fav is barney cos i couldnt seem to get his face shape right but oh well c:

some practice i did, my least fav is barney cos i couldnt seem to get his face shape right but oh well c:

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Resistλnce mercy dog

Another animal that had faired well with the new conditions on earth were dogs, providing not only moral support to survivors but also much needed physical aid, they were easy to train with what the resistance had on hand. So Barney seized the opportunity, not solely teaching them for combat, but as mercy dogs, going to and from injured survivors or someone in need of aid.

Supplies would be placed within their packs that anyone on the ground could access, and then with a simple command they could be sent back to a location or to the original handler to re-stock.
Only in very rare occasions were these dogs used to attack, if in a 1 on 1 situation with surprise being the upper hand they were taught to maul on command but only if covering fire by other members of the resistance was available.

In addition to this, a lot of the dogs were trained with techniques similar to herding. Therefore, bugbait (pheropods) could be placed within the packs to lead antlions and a handler could issue commands from afar by whistling to the dog.
(thankyou to @floofypeachsheep on tumblr for this specific idea!)

The most common dogs that were found were mostly labrador retrievers, but a lot of other breeds had survived the war and were picked up by citizens and the resistance.

The first dog employed by the resistance was a black german shepherd named Mesa.

Resistλnce mercy dog Another animal that had faired well with the new conditions on earth were dogs, providing not only moral support to survivors but also much needed physical aid, they were easy to train with what the resistance had on hand. So Barney seized the opportunity, not solely teaching them for combat, but as mercy dogs, going to and from injured survivors or someone in need of aid. Supplies would be placed within their packs that anyone on the ground could access, and then with a s…

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Resistλnce cλrrier/messenger/homing pigeons

With the invasion of the combine, all communication via radio waves was risky and in danger of being tapped into, Barney, taking up leadership wanted to source another way to safely send important emergency/update messages from outposts to a main base in case radio communication was lost or unstable. Someone suggested the use of pigeons, as they adapted well to the post war conditions and were in abundance.

They began to raise pigeons at the main base of operations, periodically testing their homing skills. A lot of pigeons before the 7 hour war were bred for racing/homing sport, and so it was also a viable to capture a few, although it was a lot more difficult, the effort was worth it for offspring.
The pigeons were treated well and lived in make shift aviaries made from chain-link fencing and found crab pots, assigned caretakers would routinely feed them.
When they were ready, pigeons would be transported with supplies to outposts and taken care of there.

When someone wants to send a message, they secure the piece of paper in a small cartridge made from a shotgun shell and a bottlecap, the straps wrap around the gap between their wings and body.
The pigeon is then released with 2 or 3 others, and they make their way home to the main station. Most of the pigeons would average 100 miles in about 40 minutes.

The first pigeon they successfully trained was called lambda.
Resistλnce cλrrier/messenger/homing pigeons

With the invasion of the combine, all communication via radio waves was risky and in danger of being tapped into, Barney, taking up leadership wanted to source another way to safely send important emergency/update messages from outposts to a main base in case radio communication was lost or unstable. Someone suggested the use of pigeons, as they adapted well to the post war conditions and were in abundance.

They began to raise pigeons at the main base of operations, periodically testing their homing skills. A lot of pigeons before the 7 hour war were bred for racing/homing sport, and so it was also a viable to capture a few, although it was a lot more difficult, the effort was worth it for offspring.
The pigeons were treated well and lived in make shift aviaries made from chain-link fencing and found crab pots, assigned caretakers would routinely feed them.
When they were ready, pigeons would be transported with supplies to outposts and taken care of there.

When someone wants to send a message, they secure the piece of paper in a small cartridge made from a shotgun shell and a bottlecap, the straps wrap around the gap between their wings and body.
The pigeon is then released with 2 or 3 others, and they make their way home to the main station. Most of the pigeons would average 100 miles in about 40 minutes.

The first pigeon they successfully trained was called lambda.

Resistλnce cλrrier/messenger/homing pigeons With the invasion of the combine, all communication via radio waves was risky and in danger of being tapped into, Barney, taking up leadership wanted to source another way to safely send important emergency/update messages from outposts to a main base in case radio communication was lost or unstable. Someone suggested the use of pigeons, as they adapted well to the post war conditions and were in abundance. They began to raise pigeons at the main bas…

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