The Knight Life by Keith Knight for January 07, 2013

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    sleeepy2  over 10 years ago

    NOT a direct sequel to Jedi! Set it years later, with all new characters! Forget all that expanded universe junk, with the Skywalker kids!

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    lutherg1  over 10 years ago

    A little nookie is always welcome (big nookies, too!)

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    sleeepy2  over 10 years ago

    A Sovereign Class Enterprise E is 685 meters long. The first Death Star was 160, 000 meters in diameter. No fireworks, the Enterprise isn’t even a pimple on the Death Star’s butt.

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    Spiff103  over 10 years ago

    The Enterprise could sooo take out ANYTHING from star wars

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    Greg Johnston  over 10 years ago

    And so it begins…There’s no basis for comparing made up future tech from two different universes. And the Star Wars universe does feature energy shields – in Jedi, it was the loss of the super star destroyer’s bridge shield generator that in turn allowed an alliance fighter to crash into and destroy the bridge, leading to the ship loosing control and crashing into the Death Star. The Death Star itself was protected by the energy shield generator on Endor, which was the reason behind Han, Luke and Leia going there to take out the shield generator to leave the Death Star vulnerable to the Alliance attack.

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    emf1701  over 10 years ago

    OK so here it is. The Enterprise drops out of warp on Endor and launches a full spread of photon torpedoes and phasers on the shield generator. With that out of the way the Enterprise can now take out the Death Star no problem.

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    McSpook Premium Member over 10 years ago

    I’m kinda Old School here; Robbie the Robot vs. Gort?Any thoughts here? (Consider that Robbie could operate independently while Gort needed Klaatu to give orders).

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    rwpikul  over 10 years ago

    The first key question when doing the Trek ship v. Wars ship fight is: “Do Star Wars shields block transporters?” If they don’t, even a small Star Trek ship can tear Star Wars ships to bits using T-Bombs.

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