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Actually yes. It would likely be able to move underwater. So long as you can beat the water resistance (what you do when you swim), a dragoon could do because it was designed to move. The water would be extra, but not insurmountable resistance.
If something is air tight, we know it is water tight. So no problem there.
BUT can it take the water pressure? (you would think so)
In the hilarious category, would the shield keep the air trapped within? This may cause he dragoon to float like one of those plastic bubbles.
Curses. But despite this, I shall still triumph! Heb-reb!
A small creature seemingly composed of slime slithers up to the massive Roach. "Yes, Boss?"
Find how the Terrans and Protoss entered the Shrine, and when you have found the entrance, alert me so that I may destroy it.
"I hear and obey, mighty one," says the Changeling. However, his plans are slightly different.
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