For me it’s gotta be The Last Jedi. You can say what you want about the movie, but to me all the performances were outstanding, I can’t wait to see all of them return in IX!
I am Queen Amidala 💫
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party last night was so fun! I definitely hope to make it back again before it ends! I vlogged it so that video will be going up on Sunday! In the meantime, another park-hopping video went live this morning! Follow me around Magic Kingdom + Animal Kingdom 😆💚🐾
So this turned into more of a breakdown of the battle of Scarif and how the Empire could’ve won the battle with correct tactics and less of my opinion, sorry! Later this week I think I’ll do a character spotlight on a less well known Imperial like Treuten Teradoc or Sander Delvardus. Anyway, I hope you guys enjoy the post!
The Imperial Navy could be called many things. A peace keeping force, a tool of terror, even a waste of Imperial funds. But to me, the Imperial Navy is the Empire’s most useful tool to bring order to the galaxy. But one cannot one command a ship without having proper strategy and tactics. Naval officers are taught within academies around the galaxy, though it seems most officer do not retain the information they learn. A prime example of this fault is shown in Rogue One during the battle over Scarif. The two Imperial I-Class Star Destroyers are seen to only be able to fire one octuple turbolaser forward on each side (seen in photo two). The ISD was not only designed to be able to fire all batteries at once, but are also designed to protect their deploying fighter complement at the same time. A proper Admiral would’ve done what we was taught to do and angle his ISDs to allow cover for deploying TIEs and allowing almost all batteries to fire upon the rebel fleet. Another issue with Imperial strategy is their lack of using fighters and anti-fighter ships. Once again the battle over Scarif is a prime example of this fault. There was not one support ship seen at the battle, even one or two Lancer-Class Frigates or CR90 Corvettes. Also during the battle, out of the hundreds of TIE Fighters deployed from the shield gate and ISDs not a single one was defending the fleet or able to stop the 3 or 4 Y-Wings (Seen in photo 3)(Which is one of the slowest starfighters the Rebellion deployed into combat) that disabled an entire ISD, due to them being seemingly ordered to attack the rebel fleet instead of using their TIE Bombers (seen in photos 4, 5, and 6). The TIEs might have even been able to stop the, some how undetected, Hammer Head Corvette that ended up winning the battle for the Rebels. [Continued in comments]