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About Rasyvias' military Edit
To let you know, guided bullets would be extraordinarily expensive if your nation's era is in the modern age. A single bullet would cost $10,000, perhaps even more, and would require a laser to target and confirm (bullets can't read a person's mind, the last time I checked). Also, I do not understand how your nation's grenades could be engineered to explode only when near a target: that essentially makes them motion sensor land mines that only activate after a few seconds, though a major design flaw would be where in the world would the motion sensor be aiming when the explosive hits the ground as well as if it's elevated properly to make an enemy soldier trip it. As for your armored divisions, keep mind that a laser targeting system that utilizes reflective surfaces to detect the enemy is hardly foolproof. --れび (talk to Lavi!) 02:25, July 14, 2010 (UTC)
RE: Military Edit
Launched grenades is a more understandable alternative: the ability of a grenade to not detonate in certain circumstances, such as if a nade was misfired and landed too close to the user, is a safety feature to keep soldiers from accidentally blowing themselves up. But how do you remote-control a speeding bullet? Wikipedia's smart bullet article does mention soldiers being able to fire around corners without revealing themselves, but it only explains it with muscle wire (which I have never even heard of). --れび (talk to Lavi!) 19:21, July 16, 2010 (UTC)
- I feel like the guided bullet would get really complicated, since it's a future weapon that has not seen regular deployment yet. Try to describe it in a simple manner, say a UAV scans an environment, and operator designates objects for the bullet to avoid, the target is laser-scanned and data added to the scanned environment, and then the soldier fires the bullet. Would be slightly time-consuming, making it useful only for ambushing or assassinations. --れび (talk to Lavi!) 19:25, July 16, 2010 (UTC)