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Mal *Nexsis*
09-17-2001, 03:08 PM
Thats just the way it looks to me but I'm sure that precautions will be taken to ensure some kind of measure will be taken to even it all out...:fett:

Tie Guy
09-17-2001, 03:18 PM
Yes, alot of measures have been taken to even it out. the Imps may seem strong, but that is only superficial. In truth, the Gungans and Naboo are equally as strong, in their own way.

Warlord
09-17-2001, 04:49 PM
Nah, your wrong if anyone is strongest its the rebels, because they will have special units which wipe the awesome imperial mechs off the map, awesome air to deal with infantry and what ever is last, they are fighting a losing battle

Gamma732
09-17-2001, 05:01 PM
No one civ is all powerful. Not the Empire(I wish ;) ) Not the Rebels. Thats what 'balancing' is for. They balance the game so we avoid issues like this. Hopefully, the developers do a good enough job of this.

TheJackal_jk2
09-17-2001, 06:15 PM
I dont mind if the Imperial ARE too strong. After all, they DO have control of the universe. They only problem was controlling a handfull of rebels. Someone should of when to Vader and the Emperor: ''stop trying to make traps and just send every ship you have after them''... of course he would probebly never be seen after that.

Paladin
09-17-2001, 06:30 PM
I agree with u Gamma732

Tie Guy
09-17-2001, 07:50 PM
Originally posted by TheJackal
I dont mind if the Imperial ARE too strong. After all, they DO have control of the universe. They only problem was controlling a handfull of rebels. Someone should of when to Vader and the Emperor: ''stop trying to make traps and just send every ship you have after them''... of course he would probebly never be seen after that.

but they wanted to catch Luke, not just obliterate him. Sure, they could have sent every ship after them, but that would have left the other areas defenseless, open to rebel attack. Plus, they couldn't find the rebels, or least not inbetween Hoth and Sulust. Anyways, they DID send elmost every ship they had agains them at Endor, but they still lost.

Rdog22
09-17-2001, 08:21 PM
Yep at the Battle of Endor, the Empire hid practically all of their Star Destroyer fleet on the other side of the moon. Of course the Rebels only won because of the Emperor's control of the fleet, meaning he gave them Imperial Fighting Spirit. When he was killed the whole fleet went into a mass confusion. The Destruction of the Executor was a huge moral blow to the flee, as well as killing the Empire's brightest young officers. Many of you know this already, but for those of you who don't read the EU it might explain the Battle of Endor.

Admiral viper
09-17-2001, 11:10 PM
It kinda doesn't seem real does it, we all know that the empire would crush the naboo or the gungans I think that is a un realistic part of this game