rule through fear has never worked and it will never work
Death Star was a braindead move. For every planet that was cowed into submission five more declared secession and began providing support to the rebellion.
Palpatine was just evil. He had an inkling of what the vong were but was very much concerned with furthering his own power
too much moners!!!
depends on the economy and the ones you're fighting The Tarkin doctrine would be more effective in the Clone wars, big ships with large firepower against the masses of droids, but against the rebels its terrible.
yeah. Maybe, depends on how fast they can build, and the materials they have for it.
ketches are made from random junk on the interior right
Empire had ISDs in spades
Yes. I think they had 20,000 of them.
give or take
Which is a good idea, against foreign nations. But hit and run guirella tactics it sucks.
alot of imperial tactics in general kind of sucked
yeah. I will say that Stormtroopers were pretty good, however, because plot they get a bad rep
depends on where the stormtroopers were sourced most of the time
Eh. We saw what they did with the Jawas, and that was just a planetary guard force. The hallway scene (That's 501st I believe, but still) where they took two casualties and killed 6-7 rebels despite going through a narrow entrance is insane.
yeah. i just think the storm troopers get a lot of crap for no reason. The best army was the droid army tho. Like, my personal favorite is the clone army, but the Droid army is just, wow, incredibly smart.
what do you do if youre in a combat situation and you need to release waste