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225th Legion: Mission 1 An Unsuspecting Target
About this creation
This is the link to my squad
Recon Squad
This is a Link to the 225th Legion Group
225th Legion Group


**Log of CT-1111 "One-Shot"
"We got message from Commander Charger requesting our assistance to clear the lower levels of his venator from Buzz droids. When we arrived the damage was little but that was the only thing. The hardest part was to stop them cutting anything important, Boost volunteered himself to take the higher path which left me, Rusty and Fletch to clear the bottom half. We have cleared about half of them but still have many sectors to clear. Happy Hunting"






Upper balcony



Buzz Droid









Comments

  April 24, 2012
There is not much here for me to criticise, but there is not much to compliment either. Were they supposed to look like on a relaxing walk? If yes, good. If not, bad.
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  April 19, 2012
Clear photos. Well lit. Easy to see what is going on. Over all it is a good MOC. Why does the squad divide into two groups, and leave one clone by himself? Two up and two down would be much safer don't you think? Just a thought. Attack!
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  March 28, 2012
Good little big u got there, nice droid!
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  March 28, 2012
Good little big u got there, nice droid!
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  March 20, 2012
Quoting Kyle Peckham Nice job Blue! About the Sharpie question, you can use Sharpies only if your clone they are on has VERY NEAT and CLEAN markings. Dots and lines are accepted, no completely colored clones. Hope you stay with us! - KP
Dont worry i won't leave, starting to make mission 2 :D
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  March 19, 2012
Nice job Blue! About the Sharpie question, you can use Sharpies only if your clone they are on has VERY NEAT and CLEAN markings. Dots and lines are accepted, no completely colored clones. Hope you stay with us! - KP
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  March 12, 2012
Very nice work Blue!
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  March 12, 2012
creativity: 3/5. piece usage: 5/5 flat. tiles: 0 picture quality: 3/5 11 points from me.
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  March 12, 2012
Piece Usage: 5/5 Picture Quality: 5/5 Flat Tiles: 1/5 Creativity: 5/5 Total Points: 16 Nice Job overall! Although the clones aren't custom, they still have a lot of creativity on them. So I gave you a 5 on that.
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  March 12, 2012
Time to do my judging. Creativity: 5/5 Piece usage: 4/5 Flat Tiles: 2/5 Picture quality: 4/5 that brings your total score to: 15 I think you should of put more flat tiles on there to give it the smooth finish on that floor. I also think you should of put the flat tiles on that top area on the edge up there on your vig
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  March 11, 2012
Nice work!
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  March 11, 2012
Quoting Deff . Nice creation. The overall looking is very nice. Great work! ..-([Constructive criticism starts here:])-.. Using trampolines for the floor is something I don't like. But there a lot of different opinions. The floor itsself could use a bit more uniformity. I would prefer making everything studless or a texture with grills. Also, maybe take out the black grills. The balcony adds a very nice touch. I like the things you placed on it. The lower part of the wall should be studless or covered with some cheese slopes. And if you want to make the overall impression better, cover the studs of the wall on the top. I hope this helps. If you have any questions or don't understand any part of my criticism, just ask :)
thank you for taking the time to comment on it, I was running low on them flat smooth pieces so I had to keep the floor full of studs,anyway i'm glad you like it ~ blue
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  March 11, 2012
Nice creation. The overall looking is very nice. Great work! ..-([Constructive criticism starts here:])-.. Using trampolines for the floor is something I don't like. But there a lot of different opinions. The floor itsself could use a bit more uniformity. I would prefer making everything studless or a texture with grills. Also, maybe take out the black grills. The balcony adds a very nice touch. I like the things you placed on it. The lower part of the wall should be studless or covered with some cheese slopes. And if you want to make the overall impression better, cover the studs of the wall on the top. I hope this helps. If you have any questions or don't understand any part of my criticism, just ask :)
 
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