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The '''''N121TG Noshur Viverse''''' (sometimes referred to as ''No Survivors) ''was a Lockheed C-130 Hercules used by [[Bane]] and his [[Paratroopers|hired guns]] to crash the ''[[Wreckage Brother]]'' as part of their [[Master Plan]]. It is white and considerably bigger (for you) than the ''Wreckage Brother''. It was flown by unseen [[Noshur Viverse Pilots|pilots]].
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The '''''N121TG Noshur Viverse''''' (alternatively referred to as the ''Noshur Vivors) ''was a Lockheed C-130 Hercules used by [[Bane]] and his [[Paratroopers|hired guns]] to crash the ''[[Wreckage Brother]]'' as part of their [[Master Plan]]. It is white and considerably bigger (for you) than the ''Wreckage Brother''. It was flown by unseen [[Noshur Viverse Pilots|pilots]].
   
 
== Passengers ==
 
== Passengers ==
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* [[Bane]]
 
* [[Bane]]
 
* [[Dr. Pavel]]
 
* [[Dr. Pavel]]
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== Theories ==
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* The comparative size of the ''Noshur Viverse'' to the ''Wreckage Brother'' may be symbolic to the relationship in size between Bane and [[CIA]]. This theory is supported by the fact that immediately after CIA's and Bane's "You're a big guy/For you" exchange, the ''Noshur Viverse'' makes its appearance for the first time, emphasizing the fact that it's a big plane for the Wreckage Brother. This is another example of [[Bravo Nolan]]'s genius, as he shows how the conflicts of the [[Plane Scene]] occur on many different levels.
 
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Latest revision as of 19:45, October 8, 2018

Noshur Viverse
Noshur viverse
General Information
Occupation Aircraft
Affiliation Master Plan
Size Big
Portrayed by N121TG


The N121TG Noshur Viverse (alternatively referred to as the Noshur Vivors) was a Lockheed C-130 Hercules used by Bane and his hired guns to crash the Wreckage Brother as part of their Master Plan. It is white and considerably bigger (for you) than the Wreckage Brother. It was flown by unseen pilots.

Passengers Edit

Theories Edit

  • The comparative size of the Noshur Viverse to the Wreckage Brother may be symbolic to the relationship in size between Bane and CIA. This theory is supported by the fact that immediately after CIA's and Bane's "You're a big guy/For you" exchange, the Noshur Viverse makes its appearance for the first time, emphasizing the fact that it's a big plane for the Wreckage Brother. This is another example of Bravo Nolan's genius, as he shows how the conflicts of the Plane Scene occur on many different levels.
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