@BadDo9 Vern grunted as the missile went far beyond the target. "Well, now we are prepared for that trick, don't you worry." He tried to console the upset-sounding sister-AI. If this simulated version was anything like his sister, he knew that she was an overachiever and that the smallest setback could be... Annoying, if not straight out extremely irritating. Just as he was going to swing around to follow the interceptor suit to avenge for the scratch on his brand new ship, the news of the bomber came up. "Let's not even give it the chance to engage. Keep your eyes on the interceptor. I won't go out of my way to destroy it until that bomber is down, but I don't want them to take advantage of our interception course!" His volume raised in volume as he resisted the g-forces from the sudden turn, trying to get behind the bomber and send a volley of his high velocity projectiles right into the engines. As long as it wouldn't reach his comrades, everything was going to be fine. @TuskatheDaemonKilla | @Wata | @Maleth | @Vulpas Speaking of which, he turned the team-wide comms on. "I got a bomber coming right at your direction. I will intercept it, but even then it might still crash into your area. I suggest to move out of there." It was not a tone of order, after all he was not their superior but equal to them. And considering the distance between him and the bomber while having to deal with at least one pursuer, he could not guarantee to take the bomber completely apart in time. He trusted the Starseeker systems completely, but he did not fight enough Henvet's to know how much they could withstand or how sturdy their engines were. Nonetheless he went with his guts and hoped that it was going to be enough to protect the pilots and their mechs.