A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away...
Approaching Tatooine I was talking with Toe Toe Kaital, the former Sith Acolyte now a Jedi Apprentice under my master.
"Good is defined as everything being in its proper place in its proper order, Evil is any twisting or mis-orderings of good, therefore if the so called light and dark are suppose to be in balance together then neither can be called good or evil," I explain.
"But the Sith are Evil?"
"Yes, but why, what is the true darkside. I say it is trying to impose one's will upon that of the Force, which causes mis-ordering of the natural flow. It is not the emotions, rather how they are placed, that is evil. Anger at injustice is good, but anger at a person is not. Hating evil is good, but hating a being who causes it is not. We kill solely to protect the innocent, but we must first try to turn them toward the light," I further went on.
"How is it you are only a padawan still, they should make you a knight."
"I was, in another order, but here I must start at ground level. This is where the Force has placed me, so this is where I will be content," Then I saw my master, "But we can save the rest for later. I think Master Taicon has something to say."
"Yes, we are almost there. You, Liam, will be looking for sith in the outskirts of the city. ToeToe, despite orders I would like you to stay by my side," my master paused, "Liam, it very interesting your new view on the Force, you should present it before the archive masters."
"I beg your pardon, it is not new, Master; it is over 25,000 years old at least."
"Ah.. well, we will be landing shortly."
I discovered from a Jawa of suspicious activity and went to investigate. I found them, two Sith acolytes holding down a small home just on the edge of Mos Espa. They had killed the droid guarding the home for whoever it was who lived there before them.
The first to engage me was a zabrak female who attempted to drain my life, I was forced to kill her... she was so consumed with anger and rage I wouldn't be able to save her if I tried. She continued to drain the life out of a insect with her last breath.
The second was some species I had never encountered, and he was quite the excellent fighter. As we fought I learned he was top of his class. We fought for hours around the building, he sliced my speeder.
Inside of House- "The Enemy has Captured a Command Post!" -
Quoting Josh.O Shadeslayer
Pretty good. I don't dig the LDD but i won't bias my judging on that so i give you a 6.5 like harry
I don't dig Lego Digital Designer either, it wouldn't let me make the LEGO mini V-wing even though I made it in reality. This is MLCad from LDraw. http://www.ldraw.org/ A little on the painstakingly slow side, but you're not restricted by the size of your room and the lack of free table and floor space. ;P Thanks, I know 6.5 is a high rave from you.
Quoting Harry 863
6.5/10 Nice job Fell, I liked the command post especially. It would have been higher but I have to make it fair on people who are restricted by what bricks they can use. I hope you understand :)
Since the program is free technically any one could use the program and are not restricted at all. It would be just like someone who had lots of money and room space and has enough lego bricks to make it. But the judging should be on the quality of the craftsmanship, not the size. Size matters not.
Some of the small ones I've seen have better quality, and I've seen some large ones that have no quality. Its the quality, not what its made in or how many pieces there are, that should be judged.
But I do get that the ability to have unlimited pieces would make any achievement less amazing than someone who makes just as good quality with what little they got. Its that ingenuity factor that gets lessened by a slight bit. But a failing grade, 65% is an F (6.5/10=65%), really? How much would you have given it if this was real?