I guess so...I just really want to see a good one, one that actually earns the title 'epic', shows droids as being the brutal merciless killing machines they should be, and doing away with after affects streamers. But then again, maybe one day I'll
Well I have been dinking about with the idea for a Construction Toy Internet review show in the same vain as Internet Personality Vange1us
, with my first set being the Battle of Naboo.
Since we can't have Jar Jar and (more importantly
) the awesome Roos Tarpals dying, they'd be saved by a small ragtag squad of clones (7913 Clone Trooper Battle Pack
) who'd we then follow through a continuing narrative.
Ben-Jammin wrote:I personally thought the clones were pretty awesome until the new animated series and the clonetards came about and effed it all up. Not to mention how all the freaky jedi show up and steal the spotlight from our awesome cloned warriors. Now we have sharpie and ice cream clones that just look like crap.
Admittedly, there are a few good battles in the CG series, but it all too often falls victim to "Hollywood Tactics" like in the movies.
Ben-Jammin wrote:The only ones I really can't stand are those orange "ordinance specialist" clones. They're practically screaming "Hey, I'm right here, shoot me!" with that dreadful armor they wear.
Well it would be nice if they only had one in a larger set or two with some kind of big explosive device, since they are
the bomb disposal guys...
...But yeah, why the hell they make up half of a battle pack I'll never know.
The ones in my little narrative are only their because the Munitions dump they were stationed at somehow got transported like everything else.
Ben-Jammin wrote:When it comes to clone armies, I try to take my force with a bit of reality and organize them into effective squads and specialist roles, rather than having hordes of the bad grunts that are often seen. My army runs at about 60-70 clones, nothing compared to what is seen in those vids.
Yeah, that's the big problem with a lot of Clone tactics in the Movies and CG series...
They focus too much on having a large number of troops clearly visible, but just standing there shooting instead of acting like they are in a real firefight!
The Droids at least have an excuse; they are purposely made stupid in order to prevent them pulling a Skynet and their LACK
of self-preservation coupled with sheer numbers give them a psychological advantage.