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That Imperial Commander’s speech bubble is so British it’s downright spooky.
Thanks! I’m trying to channel Peter Cushing as much as I possibly can!
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Probably the best dialogue you have had so far!
Like 2 spoiled kids bickering over a sand box. : )
With Luke and Vader in the parent roles!
Very cool – thanks!
The general has a point about those Echo Base turrets, though. The in-movie ones must elevate, like a tank turret gun, or they would only be effective against targets in a single plane around the gun – any higher or lower and the target would be safe. Anyway, the toy turret doesn’t elevate, and that’s all that matters here.
The Germans built some of the most spectacular Tanks in WWII, but quickly found out that cheep T-34 tanks worked better in Urban Warfare, as they could elevate their turrets at much greated degree, and were easier to replace. Studied military history have you?
Yup, in the army then casually. Of course, Star Wars kicked that off, learning about Mauser pistols and Sterling submachine guns when I was like 8 years old!