Title: Star Wars: Shadow War Episode I
Media: Movie / Cartoon
Topic: Star Wars / MLP
Genre: Sci-Fi / Adventure
URL: Star Wars: Shadow War Episode I
Critiqued by TacoMagic and Darth Lord Crunchy (Retired)
Heyo, patrons! Welcome back to Shadow War Episode I, Part I, Book 2, Chapter 5, Subsection 27, Paragraphs c through q:l.
“Do not tempt the author with knowledge of finer-grained sectioning.”
Oof, good point. Last time our resident Sith-bait Stu, Kennith, or whatever his name is, made landfall with his cohort of other forgettable, cut-and-paste characters. They quickly stumbled upon one of the resident ponies of the area, swapped exposition, then headed off to join the dance party already in progress. Meanwhile in orbit, Kaleb’s
clone twin brother in everything except plot assignment waffled on about whether his hodgepodge fleet of 3,000 discount ships could possibly take on a single Jedi and his Celestial Uberwang. Eventually he decides his fleet is no match, probably due to genre savviness more than anything else, and decides to try to search for help on the planet, which pretty much limits him to an alliance with the Smooze.
“Which none exposed to the section title ‘The Smooze Campaign’ could possibly have predicted.”
And since the Smooze are pretty limited in attack strategy to blorping all over everything, we can all expect some absolutely riveting combat scenes in our future.