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ITT: Scenes only you can remember Stormtrooper 04/06/2023 (Thu) 21:22:19 No.6585 [Reply]
>"Who's the more autistic? The Autist or the autist who follows him?"
The autist who enjoys yidsney.

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Star Wars memes & images Stormtrooper 10/19/2019 (Sat) 18:13:01 No.152 [Reply] [Last]
What the title says. Post any and all SW memes and images you have in this thread.
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>>6262 The prequels should have gotten an anime adaptation with 1 and 2 being changed to have less political sperging in the senate.
>>6322 Imagine if the Sarlacc monsterized, wouldn't that be something haha
>>6328 >He wants less palpatine Casual.
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I don't know where to put these, so here you go.

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QTDDTOT Stormtrooper 04/02/2021 (Fri) 18:03:50 No.4319 [Reply] [Last]
Ask your questions and get your answers here. How much did the wroonian got fucked over when they added the Pantoran in Star Wars: The Clone Wars?
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>>6591 Bo-Katarn is a lesbo?
Were OG, Vader, Bomber, Shuttle (very briefly), Interceptor and the Kenner toy version of the OG TIE (which is clearly distinct if you're actually freeze framing a high res copy) the only TIE variants seen in the OT, or did I forget one/some?
>>6595 >Kenner toy version of the OG TIE (which is clearly distinct if you're actually freeze framing a high res copy) There was a toy in the movie?
>>6596 In Return of the Jedi when Palpatine is leaving his shuttle in the hanger some of the TIEs flying outside are actually off the shelf toys. They're easily spotted if you're looking for them by their different coloration and octagonal sides. They're also elsewhere, but it's nowhere near as obvious.
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>>6597 Oh yeah, there are some wierd looking ties.

/toy/ Stormtrooper 08/01/2022 (Mon) 17:20:24 No.6265 [Reply]
Star Wars Toys general
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>>6397 Odds are they don't believe the shit they say and only do that to make their collection value go up.
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why is she so ugly bros
>>6580 Because tuskens are just ugly.
>>6580 They made a toy about her, why? The kenobi show was shit, hell, they couldn't even push her lightsaber in that hasbro kickstarter.
Reeeva was specifically cast with a disgusting negress in the role for obvious reasons. Even with a poorly written character, they could have had her wear a mask or full face helmet. Maybe an alien makeup instead. Yet they chose to shove her ape face front and center so people could see that Star Wars is not for white men. Of course, they rushed figures of the character out, which nobody wanted. So we still haven't seen a Seventh Sister for the Black Series, which would outsell this coon. We're more likely to see a toy of that black chick from Bad Batch than a Magnaguard at this rate.

A new hope on repeat Hans score 200,000+ 08/29/2021 (Sun) 00:52:46 No.5315 [Reply]
We're gonna need to create another galactic panic to cover up what extreme measures are required to start this episode all over again before it gets out of control. The news is going to get crazy again! I can't wait to have my mind blown by this political roller coaster. Lots of people are going to go broke, hopefully even record numbers. The empires got some super extreme tormenting to get on with to teach the republic yet another lesson. Such hard work these rebels demand. Rebel scum don't stand a chance.
>>5315 >Rebel scum don't stand a chance.
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>>5315 Imperial pls

Roger roger Stormtrooper 03/06/2023 (Mon) 14:51:31 No.6556 [Reply]
Post in this thread, roger'd.
Which one's roger?
>>6557 He's Roger she's Roger your Roger I'm Roger, we're all Roger.
Oh no, I've been roger'd
>>6565 How does one go about not getting roger'd?
>>6568 Be the Roger Doger!

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Random Discussion Stormtrooper 03/14/2020 (Sat) 17:17:52 No.2730 [Reply] [Last]
Since this board is dead Anything goes in this thread. As a starting topic, the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Even if they were controlled opposition, were they in the right? How would things have gone if, somehow, the CIS were allowed to become independent?
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>>5809 Those also work. Thank you.
How does the transfer of the Darksaber work? If it can only be legitimately claimed through combat, what happens if the wielder dies of natural causes? Minor spoiler: in S3 E2 of Mandalorian, Din Djarin is incapacitated and the Darksaber is lost. Another character wields it and defeats the one who had captured Din. By right of conquest, shouldn't this character now own the Darksaber?
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>>2730 This >>5718 Last I checked the CIS army was mostly comprised of cheap mass produced droids and them some voluntary planetary forces and some mercs too where's the Republics main army is comprised of indoctrinated child slave soldiers born in test tubes and given high doses of THD in order to make them 'grow' faster. The very fact that the Republic could conceive and rationalize such a concept clearly indicates that they're objectively evil and only further justifies clause for independence of which they were denied because 'reasons'. Not surprising of course, as though imperialists need reasons to torment their occupied victims.
>>5054 >Blah blah blah blah Shut up space commie
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/ani/ Stormtrooper 06/15/2022 (Wed) 00:32:52 No.6166 [Reply]
A thread for the TRUE star of Star Wars, Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader.
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*ends the clone war* heh, nothing personel obi
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Before the grand Sith-storm: Jedi order sweeps galaxy for Force-sensitives, who mostly end up not reproducing. It drives the whole “light side (except-there’s-only-Force) / Dark Side” tug-o-war. The nu-Sith edgelords actually worth a damn tend to be their students turned to “heresy”. The last (but not least: remember those “voices screaming in unison”? It reflects in the Force!) problem: the greatest organization of Force users is a bunch of arrogant, self-righteous mind controlling assassins… which probably affected the common attitudes toward them and Force users in general. The second greatest group of visible Force users are mostly ranting bloodthirsty lunatics. The likes of Revan don’t pop up in every other generation, after all. After Anakin’s misadventures: The Jedi order is destroyed. The surviving Jedi are those who managed to blend in, they remember and can teach techniques, but cannot possibly see the traditional Jedi hubris as desirable or even sane. Most “Sith” emo-butchers are destroyed as well. The most famous and respected Force user (and also Anakin’s descendant) now (after facing both “certain point of view” and Palpatine) without a good reason won’t trust followers of either tradition any farther than he can throw one. So… is there a reason to think Anakin did not fulfill his supposed destiny of “restoring balance of the Force” mostly right (if not perfectly)?
>>6538 I always felt it worked even when Luke's new order was reasonably sized, since it openly rejected a lot of the traditions that were traditions for their own sake and forced a lot to be learned from scratch.

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Claim your waifu Stormtrooper 01/08/2020 (Wed) 21:57:48 No.1687 [Reply] [Last]
Claim your star wars waifu. For me, its the blue one.
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>>6469 Isnt she a lesbo?
Aurra Sing for me, please, the true Chosen One
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>>6541 Lol, nice. She's an Endorian?
>Tfw always had a thing for muslim women

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Imperial /k/ommando Thread: No Lightsabers Allowed Edition Stormtrooper 01/01/2020 (Wed) 17:53:32 No.1504 [Reply] [Last]
Time to talk about blasters, slugthrowers, and other non-lightsaber weapons and designs. Which is the most practical, powerful or aesthetically pleasing? What would you take with you when the Day of the Rebellion comes and SHTF? Superweapons are also allowed but only the weapon, all fleet discussion goes in the ship thread.
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>>5099 IIRC the shots that caused it to explode hit right on the seam between the neck and the body. I always assumed that was a weak point that would otherwise be very hard to hit.
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The entertainment droid's holoprojector started up, bathing the previously dark room in the blue light one normally associates with a cheap holoprojector. The three dimensional image it created showed a Zabrak male with his dark hair in a ponytail sitting at a table in front of a strange looking and time worn blaster rifle. The red geometric lines tattooed on the presenter's face identified him as a trained engineer, while the ones made up of black swirls marked him a historian. The holo was then joined by an audio recording of the cheerful man's lecture >Hi guys. Thanks for watching another holo from Forgotten Blasters. I'm Ilit Mak-Cuth and I'm here today at the Hydians Auction House on Chandrila taking a look at some of the blasters they are going to be selling in their upcoming auction. What we have here is a standard Republic pattern PulseWave blaster. While at first you might be thinking "They made literally trillions of these things, how is that a forgotten blaster?", but it's actually very rare to find one in such good condition these days, thousands of years later, so I thought this would be a good example to make a holo on it and show you guys. The camera focused in on the ancient blaster, hiding the Zabrak and the table from view. Now suspended on air, the floating, glowing, weapon slowly rotated around in the dark room, inviting the viewer to soak in every detail of the valuable antique. While out of view, the Zabrak's monologue continued to explain the history of Pulse-Wave blasters >Pulse-Wave blasters are largely associated with the Mandalorian Wars and the "Old Sith Wars", the series conflicts between the Old Republic and various Sith Empires roughly 4000 years ago. A lot of people hear "The Old Sith Wars" and immediately think of soldiers with energy shields hopped up on stimulants running at each other with vibroblades trying to cut the other's face off. While yes, that is largely true, there was actually also a fantastic amount of experimentation going on with blasters during this time period. You had electric blasters, sonic blasters, early disruptors, plasma projectors, and even a few incendiary blasters, but by far the most common ranged weapon was something like this. In emphasis, the Zabrak's disembodied hand appeared to point at the relic before once again disappearing from view >"Pulse-Wave" technology is the ancestor of the current blaster. Instead of the compressed particle bolts we know today, a pulse-wave blaster fires energy in a way that creates spacial distortions that can separate molecules. This is roughly as powerful as a modern blaster but only within about 30 to 35 meters. After that the effectiveness quickly dissipates as the distance increases and past about 225 meters it can't even make holes in durasheet. >A lot of people ask that at that point "Why not just use a slugthrower? They're lethal out to 500 meters or more." and that's because two major advantages to a pulse-wave system. The first is the energy shields mentioned earlier. The omni-present Old Republic era energy shields could cleanly stop any slug coming at them without difficulty, but a pulse-wave would batter them and eventually get through after many repeat hits so a squad can concentrate firepower and still has a good chance of taking down a shielded target. The second is, as we often see, one of logistics. You have to actually transport the slugs to the battlefield to supply the men and droids using those slugthrowers. You'd see less than 100 shots per kilogram, and once you were done with the cartridge packs holding that ammo they were useless without a whole industrial setup and mining operation to fuel it. By contrast, even early blasters like this you get about a thousand shots per kilogram of power packs, and when you're done you only need energy and a small amount of Tibana to refill them. That kind of thing may not seem like a lot when you're out hunting on your own, but it maters a lot when you're sending millions of troops to the other side of the Galaxy and they have to bring all the gear they'll need for up to a year with them. That's not to say you didn't see slugthrowers during these conflicts, but the units using them were definitely specialists. The hologram returned to depicting Mak-Cuth and his table and he started to close out his lecture. >The story of pulse-wave blasters mostly ends with the invention of and proliferation of the modern blaster rifle just after the Old Sith Wars. They're longer range and better in nearly every way compared to the pulse-wave system. Nobody made new ones after that except for a brief period during the post-Russan Dark Ages when some smaller manufacturers in isolated areas reverted to the technology after they were cut off from regular imports of materials and tooling needed to make proper blasters. Even then they were definitely a second-line weapon or civilian hold out blasters where the range didn't really mater since the user wasn't likely to be shooting at much past 30 yards anyways. >Thanks for watching everybody. If you want to own this exquisite example of a Pulse-Wave Rifle, this is an auction house and it plus are few other examples are going to be up for sale in the upcoming auction. To place a bid on this example, you can send a holonet or subspace transmission to HAH at Cha. Full details in the attached datalog. If you want to see more details on how they work you can play the second part of this holo, where I take it apart and show you a full holo-scan of the internals and tell you how they all work. If you want to hear about the Pulse-Wave's even older predecessor, I also have a set of holos on the Core World Arms BR1-Z, which is just a really weird and fascinating design. The Zabrak disappeared and the the closing credits played, thanking camera droid M1-14, the Hydians Auction House, and Mak-Cuth's many patrons that make the travel and research for the show possible, but the silence is interrupted by the return of the presenter's voice, clearly recorded on a different audio setup >I realize I should add a quick word of caution while I'm editing this, and that's that before you get both your hearts set on owning one of these you should check your planet's laws. A lot of anti-disruptor laws are very poorly written and define "DIsruptor" so overly broadly they include Pulse-Waves. Nothing I can do about that.
>>5116 >designed to deal with blaster bolts Common pistols/carbines are one thing, but… We have seen a single hit from high-powered blasters (like Han’s “Imma outlaw on the run, no time to shoot you twice” piece or Leia’s holdout) even to chest plate result in a mission kill (though not confirmed fatality). > and kinetic stuff Shrapnel from blasters hitting anything solid seems the most common type of “deadly projectiles” in SW, so yes. Slugthrower projectiles presumably are comparable, though not omnipresent. Add to that NBC and electronics. But all this adds weight. Which is why… >perforated by arrows launched by teddy bears Again, vulnerable spots. These suits don’t include overlapping solid protection on all sides. Wasn’t one stormtrooper dropped by blaster shrapnel to the rear of neck joint (when Leia hit a wall behind him)? So the plate (white parts) may well resist anything short of high-powered blasters or sledgehammer grade impacts to the head. The joints (black parts) are much weaker.
>>6399 I wish I'd thought to train that voice AI on Ian's videos, and had "him" read out that commentary.
>>6537 Well if anyone did, that stray "yards" would need to be replaced by a proper "meters". Glad someone liked it though.

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