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"We're just clones, sir. We're meant to be expendable.": Clone Sergeant in The Clone Wars: Season 1 Episode 2 Rising Malevolence


22/October/2017 Posted by : Freddy

        From yesterdays review of Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Season 2 Episode 11: Lightsaber Lost I've added the Cybot Galactica GU-series Guardian police droid to the Star Wars D/6 Equipment/Droids Section, the SoroSuub Corporation RGC-16 airspeeder and the Aratech Repulsor Company RapidResponse police speeder to the Star Wars D/6 Vehicles Section, and the BlasTech Industries SS-410 Police Special blaster pistol to the Star Wars D/6 Equipment/Weapons Section of the Site.



20/October/2017 Posted by : Freddy

        Today only one addition to the site from yesterdays review of Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Season 2 Episode 10: The Deserter, I've added the Clone trooper medic to the Star Wars D/6 Characters Section of the Site.


        There's a theory going around at the moment based on some of the artwork being shown, that Luke is going to be the bad guy in the next movie, The Last Jedi. Well I'm sorry to say, that Luke has been the hero of Star Wars for me since I was six years old, and 40 years later he's a character that I've grown to trust. So sorry makers of Star Wars, I'll trust him, and if he decides that Rey needs to die because she's dangerous, I believe him rather than someone I've only seen in 1 movie.

        Anyway, just a thought.



20/October/2017 Posted by : HellStormer1

Hello everyone. Something new I did for fun, Force Skill: Invert, another new Force skill with 21 powers. This, combined with Force Skill: Focus and its related powers, could make your Star Wars games more interesting, depending on how you apply them. I also did some editing on Focus, and wound up adding some new powers (Quicken Force, Quicken Force In Another). Also swapped the pics, thought they were more fitting that way. Other stuff I did for fun are Kryptonians, racial stats that do include their well known powers, but compared to Force abilities they shouldn't be too overpowered as presented here, and the Slayn & Corpil H-60 Tempest Bomber. I thought I had seen stats for that one here somewhere, but couldn't find them again. Anyways, I had done this one up with some new bomber weapon rules that I hope someone finds useful.

Comments and feedback welcome. Especially on the Force skills. Focus has had some editing, though Invert may get some later too.


18/October/2017 Posted by : Freddy

        Today a couple from yesterdays review of Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Season 2 Episode 9: Grievous Intrigue, the Kuat Drive Yards Arquitens-class light cruiser and the Cygnus Spaceworks Eta-class shuttle both added to the Star Wars D/6 Starships Section of the Site.
        The Arquitens-class light cruiser is one of my absolute favourites out of the animated series (Rebels has a slightly updated version, but they're basically the same ship). However, this brings up a slight problem with crew numbers on Star Wars ships, comparing this to the Pelta-class frigate added a couple of days ago, they're both around the same size (325 Meters to 282.24), they've both got similar numbers of weapons (12 on the Arquitans to 8 on the Pelta), but their crew numbers don't match up at all. The Arquitans lists 2 Crew + (at least) 10 passengers, compared to the Peltas 800 Crew and 300 Passengers.
        Now, I've increased the numbers on the Arquitans, making the 2 a skeleton crew level, and since you see the Pelta with only 2 pilots, I've made 2 the skeleton crew for that as well. But given that the Arquitans is the more efficient combat vessel and is larger, it seems really quite odd that WookieePedia (and the sources they use) have decided that the Arquitens isn't much more than a glorified Lambda class shuttle, while the Pelta is a massively crewed battle cruiser.
        Just thought it mentioning . . .



16/October/2017 Posted by : Freddy

        From yesterdays review of Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Season 2 Episode 8: Brain Invaders, today I've added, the BlasTech Industries DC-15A blaster rifle and theBlasTech Industries DC-15S Blaster carbine to the Star Wars D/6 Equipment/Weapons Section, and the MandalMotors Interstellar tug and the Kuat Drive Yards Pelta-class frigate to the Star Wars D/6 Starships Section of the Site.
        The DC-15A is an updated version of the Clone Trooper Rifle that I first added to the site way back when Episode 2: Attack of the Clones came out, and the updated version is based around the fact that there's far more information available now, so the Rifles high power mode has been added. The strange thing I find about both the weapons, is that they have massively more ammunition available than the later weapons. For example the DC-15S Blaster Carbine has 500 shots, whereas the E-11 normally only has 100 (although with Plasma Cartridges can be extended to 500). As often happens in the Star Wars universe, technology doesn't necessarily seem to improve over time, perhaps the universe is in decline due to all the wars . . .




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