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26/May/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A few updates from the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Unfiniished Episode 1: A Death on Utapau. Today I've added the Dactillion to the Star Wars D/6 Creatures Section, Holowan Mechanicals IG-100 MagnaGuard to the Star Wars D/6 Droids Section, Pauan to the Star Wars D/6 Races Section, and Baktoid Armor Workshop Single Trooper Aerial Platform (STAP) to the Star Wars D/6 Vehicles Section of the Site.

        I'm really not sure about my treatment of the MagnaGuards, as they come with so many systems from self destructs to cloaking systems, and have to be able to stand toe to toe with a Jedi for a short time, I feel as if they're overpowered, while not being powerful enough. Anyone got any thoughts?

Freddy

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24/May/2018 Posted by Freddy

        Today we've got a few updates based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Season 6 Episode 13: Sacrifice. I've added, Dark illusion to the Star Wars D/6 The Force Section, Moraband to the Star Wars D6 Planets Section, and Moraband serpent to the Star Wars D/6 Creatures Section of the Site.

        And that's all of the broadcast episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, reviewed and stat'ed, not a minor feat, and as I said at the start of this project, when I've got a goal, I'm pretty good at carrying through with that goal.
        So what next?
        Well, tomorrow, I'm heading straight into the 8 unfinished episodes of The Clone Wars, and working my way through them over the next few days. For some reason after Disney bought Lucasfilm, almost everything else was marked as non-canon, even the slightly older Clone Wars series. However, even though they were never finished, and never broadcast, and only released on Youtube, these 8 episodes are apparently Canon. So I'll treat them as the rest of the series, and review and stat them.

Freddy

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22/May/2018 Posted by Freddy

        A couple of updates today, based on the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Season 6 Episode 12: Destiny. There's not a lot to stat from this episode, as it's mainly just Yoda having visions of events we've seen elsewhere, so I was really reaching a bit. Today I've added the Wellspring of Life to the Star Wars D/6 Planets Section, and Force vision to the Star Wars D/6 The Force Section of the Site.

        Well, one episode to go before I reach the end of the broadcast "The Clone Wars" series, I'm going to do the incomplete episodes after that, because they're counted as canon.

Freddy

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21/May/2018 Posted by Freddy

Elite: Dangerous Role-Playing Game

        I've long been a player of Elite Dangerous, being a Kickstarter funder of the project. As you can probably tell, I've been a fan of the series since the original version on the BBC Micro (played on my friend David's BBC), through the C-64 and Amiga version, Frontier, Oolite on the PC, and most recently Elite Dangerous. I stat'ed out some of the ships from the original for the site, many years ago.
        I love being a poor mans Han Solo, flying my freighter around the galaxy, although don't have anywhere enough time to play much of it at the moment.
        So when the Elite Dangerous: Role-Playing Game was announced I kept an eye on it, haven't had chance to pick up a copy, but it seems quite interesting, since rather than being the crew of a ship, each player commands their own vessel, and they play as a small fleet of ships.

        Anyway . . .


BLAST INTO A DANGEROUS GALAXY…
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…where the police shoot on sight, entire systems are overrun with space pirates, and money is the only thing that talks. Gear up with high tech equipment to overcome heavily armoured combat drones, elite corporate assassins, and over-gunned soldiers of the interstellar powers.

RELENTLESS FAST-PACED COMBAT
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Each player owns their own spaceship, which is completely customizable with multi-cannons, plasma accelerators, enhanced shields and super-fast Frame Shift Drives. Land on alien planets and get behind the wheel of your Surface Reconnaissance Vehicle (SRV) to explore, or strap yourself into your own battle tank and storm pirate bases.

STRAP YOURSELF IN AND ROLL THE DICE
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Elite: Dangerous is the modern day incarnation of the seminal space trading game Elite. 30 years after the original game reinvented the way people experienced playing computer games, Elite: Dangerous Role Playing Game seeks to immerse the role player in the same cut throat galaxy experience by online players.


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20/May/2018 Posted by Freddy

        Just a couple of updates today, from the subject of yesterdays review, Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Season 6 Episode 11: Voices. Today I've added Yodas Starfighter {Modified Kuat Systems Engineering Eta-2 Actis light interceptor} and Kuat Drive Yards/Allanteen Six shipyards Venator-class Star Destroyer to the Star Wars D/6 Starships Section of the Site.

        The Venator is an update to the one that's been on the site for over a decade, which was surprisingly accurate apart from a few things here and there (Hyperspace Speed, what it carries, etc).

        As I mentioned in my review of the episode, I thought that Yoda's Starfighter was another step in the evolution of the Eta-2 Actis into the Tie Fighter. However, it turns out it's a modified Eta-2 Actis, which doesn't feel right to me. When we've seen modified ships before, it's always been small changes to the design, for example the large engines that Anakin added to his Delta-7, which are obviously add ons to an already existing design. However, Yoda's Starfighter seems to have totally changed the ship in almost every way, while keeping the same general shape, yet smaller. Anyway, just my thoughts.

Freddy


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