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Post by freefly » Fri Jan 06, 2006 11:22 pm

possibly. anyway i think that's a turbolaser cause ion cannons funtions differently in that it doesn't blow up a ship but rather simply cripples its systems
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Post by e3lipse » Sat Jan 07, 2006 12:51 am

Just like the crust breaking turbolazer that the imperials had
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Post by Impulse » Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:11 pm

The blue laser scene was the best of all, it just showed the might of the Venator! and followed that is some lame rocket shot by a separatist and seem to have no much effect from the roaring venator! I love venators above coruscant. they look real sweet! :D
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Post by e3lipse » Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:34 pm

Commander Faie wrote:The blue laser scene was the best of all, it just showed the might of the Venator! and followed that is some lame rocket shot by a separatist and seem to have no much effect from the roaring venator! I love venators above coruscant. they look real sweet! :D
I believe that lame rocket is from a starfighter
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Post by Impulse » Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:43 pm

e3lipse wrote:
Commander Faie wrote:The blue laser scene was the best of all, it just showed the might of the Venator! and followed that is some lame rocket shot by a separatist and seem to have no much effect from the roaring venator! I love venators above coruscant. they look real sweet! :D
I believe that lame rocket is from a starfighter
republic starfighter shooting it's own big crusier?
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Post by e3lipse » Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:46 pm

Commander Faie wrote:
e3lipse wrote:
Commander Faie wrote:The blue laser scene was the best of all, it just showed the might of the Venator! and followed that is some lame rocket shot by a separatist and seem to have no much effect from the roaring venator! I love venators above coruscant. they look real sweet! :D
I believe that lame rocket is from a starfighter
republic starfighter shooting it's own big crusier?
DROID Starfighter or TRI Starfighter
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Post by Impulse » Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:49 pm

e3lipse wrote:
Commander Faie wrote:
e3lipse wrote: I believe that lame rocket is from a starfighter
republic starfighter shooting it's own big crusier?
DROID Starfighter or TRI Starfighter
My bad. So many starfighters here and there...haha!

Since the separatists invent their new buzz driod technology, can't they invent some sort of bigger tougher buzz driods and send a wave to ka jiao our venator?
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Post by e3lipse » Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:52 pm

Commander Faie wrote:
e3lipse wrote:
Commander Faie wrote: republic starfighter shooting it's own big crusier?
DROID Starfighter or TRI Starfighter
My bad. So many starfighters here and there...haha!

Since the separatists invent their new buzz driod technology, can't they invent some sort of bigger tougher buzz driods and send a wave to ka jiao our venator?
And you're a star wars fan? :P

The best reason would be "Ask George Lucas"

The geek reason would be Neimoidians and the others are dumb... not to know that they are being manipulated by the Dark Lord , and besides , with so little time span, there is no time. The Separatist Force got destroyed/disbanded at the end of ROTS
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Post by Impulse » Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:53 pm

Erm, i'm getting a bit creative over 'upgrading' options from various PC games such as C&C Zero Hour...lol. Pai seh! :lol:
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Post by Dr EMH » Sat Jan 07, 2006 11:08 pm

anymore movie screen grabs to share?
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Post by e3lipse » Tue Jan 10, 2006 4:34 pm

We have so many threads on clones i don't know which is which.
Here is what i found on wikipedia
In the films, the clone troopers were portrayed mostly by Temuera Morrison, the actor who played Jango Fett. The younger clones were played by Bodie Taylor at age 10 and Daniel Logan at age 5. (Because of growth acceleration, a clone will appear twice its age, e.g. a 10 year old clone resembles a 20 year old human.) Taylor and Logan mainly played unarmored clones on Kamino while Morrison voiced the armored adult troopers. In Revenge of the Sith, both Morrison and Taylor appeared as unmasked clones (wearing digitally-created costumes). In addition, a third face was created, a digital blend of the two actors to create a transitional clone.
Now i was right about different age clones together
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Post by Dr EMH » Tue Jan 10, 2006 6:00 pm

e3lipse wrote:We have so many threads on clones i don't know which is which.
Here is what i found on wikipedia ...
A gentle reminder that wikipedia is an encyclopedia open to everyone to edit and input, i.e. the source itself may not be canon. (Unlike starwars.com)

I still remember a joker update the word "Peanut" in wikipedia with the following description: "A measurement of currency in Singapore equivalent to S$600,000.00" ... and the description had been in wikipedia for months before it was later removed. :wink:
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Post by e3lipse » Tue Jan 10, 2006 6:58 pm

but this one is shown on the movie, just need to see carefully. :o
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Post by Dr EMH » Wed Jan 11, 2006 7:44 am

e3lipse wrote:but this one is shown on the movie, just need to see carefully. :o
The wikipedia description may not be the canon explanation on the different heads of clone troopers shown in the movie.
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Post by freefly » Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:03 pm

it's established fact that temuera morrison portrayed cody and the one beside him during the briefing in the star destroyer is bodie taylor. so i guess it's not far fetched that the one that looks like an asian clone is a digital blend of the two actors
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