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Junkyard Battle
This is for the Sith Rebellion War RPG Group. Mission 14.
About this creation
The Sith Rebellion War
Mission 14: Junkyard Revenge

Jedi Order: Log 14 - We lost Cato Nemoidia to the Sith and our capital ship need spare parts to make it back to Tython so we have landed on Raxus Prime. The Sith must of followed us here. We must defend the ship on the surface.

Padawans: Fight in the Junkyards.




The Jedi are trying to fend off the attacking Sith.


While this was going on, Dave and his friend Dick were behind pile the tires.

Dave: What should we do?
Dick: We have to help them!
Dave: But we've never done anything like this, we hardly are able to use are lightsabers that our Master left us with before he left a year ago!
Dick: What about the droids we made?



Dave: I don't know, we'd have to activate them with that button, but they are battling there!


Dick: We have to try!



Dave: Alright, let's go!


But the Jedi were starting to lose the battle.

Yojai (the jedi): It's too much!



Hurff (the other jedi): I can't shake them!


Dave and Dick bounced down the mound of tires toward the button.




Dave: We made it!
Dick: Hit it!

The droids came to life.



Yojai was knocked down and dropped his lightsaber. But then...

...Hurff threw his lightsaber at one of the Sith and nipped the Sith's hand.



This allowed Yojai to jump up just in time to defend himself against his attackers.
Then Dave and Dick used the force on an old battery and flung it towards Yojai's attackers.









WHACK! The battery knocked down Yojai's foes, allowing him to turn his attention towards the other Sith.



But then one of the other Sith used the force to collapse the tire pile!






Yojai: Surrender you Sith!
Sith: Never!


But the droids now seemed to the Sith to emerge from the rubble. They started firing at the Sith.



The Sith who had been hit with the battery now regained themselves.



But the other Sith was alone fighting the droids; they were too much for him.



Yojai force-pushed a Sith into the tires.



The tide turned, and the Jedi were winning.



One Sith ran away, while the other got immobilized by the droids.




Dave: Let's chase him!
Yojai: No, let him go, we have a lot to do here. We can take these fallen Sith to the ship and learn more about their plans. Besides, the other jedi may need our help. Who are you anyway? I haven't seen you anywhere.
Dick: It's a long story.
Dave: Let's see if any other Jedi need help!
Yojai: After we help our friend here, then we'll put these three Sith in that pod over there.
Dave: Let's get to work!




Thanks for looking, God bless!

David the

Fire Ninja Jedi




Comments

 I like it 
  August 26, 2013
I'm beginning to question how much work went into this MOC, did you just throw some bricks in a pile, add the battery and the figs? Looks cool. The figs are well designed.
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  April 14, 2013
very nice love the padawan"s and the Jedi
 I made it 
  January 28, 2013
Quoting Justin M From the Thumbnail I thought this was a pile of assorted bricks but looking closer I found this had much more then that. Clever concept!
Thanks!
 I like it 
  January 28, 2013
From the Thumbnail I thought this was a pile of assorted bricks but looking closer I found this had much more then that. Clever concept!
 I made it 
  January 25, 2013
Quoting Jedi Master Alex Stones Do you know what, I'll promote you to knight well see how you do this week and I might promote you again.
Wow, cool! Thanks!
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  January 25, 2013
Do you know what, I'll promote you to knight well see how you do this week and I might promote you again.
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  January 23, 2013
Quoting A M The idea of using the tumbled pile of bricks was genius. Very fitting for a "junkyard" battle!
Thanks A M!
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  January 23, 2013
The idea of using the tumbled pile of bricks was genius. Very fitting for a "junkyard" battle!
 I made it 
  January 23, 2013
Thanks guys! To Jensen, yeah, I like that too! I have a bunch of really small but strong rubber bands; they work great! To Noah, haha! To cyberfrank, thanks!
 I like it 
  January 23, 2013
Oh the irony of the post below is excruciatingly hilarious :P
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  January 23, 2013
so, you re the guy who made this, it has the same problem as the story, the ground colors, messy, while in a strategic point of view a scrap yard is good, visually, like the other guy said, we need a visual break, a clean battle spot, you did nt do that, about half the post, our eyes are tired, and our brain revolts, you need to make clean corridors or room next time, you cover the rest easily, concentrate on a clean scene, you ll see results!
 I like it 
  January 22, 2013
That is very innovative! I like the way you have the jedi belt!
 I made it 
  January 21, 2013
Quoting David . You can just post it here if you like :D
Ok, here it is. Put what you want "fired-up" where I have Fire Ninja Jedi. Let me know if it works! <span style="text-shadow: 0 0 4px #00CC00, 0 -5px 4px #FFFF33, 2px -10px 6px #FFDD33, -2px -15px 11px #FF8800, 2px -25px 18px #FF2200;"><font color=#00CC00> Fire Ninja Jedi</font></span></font></span>
  January 21, 2013
I agree with David Alexander Smith. :) I think though that with something like a Junkyard and Lego, it needs to be a little more organized. A bit of a contradiction, but when you think about it closely, it makes sence. You have them fighting in the junk, but there are no patches where we can clearly see them more esily. If there were mounds of junk with bits in between, it may work more. I'm thinking of something similar to Lotho Minor from The Clone Wars as visual references.
 I like it 
  January 21, 2013
You can just post it here if you like :D
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  January 21, 2013
Quoting Andrew the Jedi Ninja Nice job! I like the two padawans... nice glowing fire text!
Thanks!
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  January 21, 2013
Quoting Jedi Master Alex Stones 10/10. 1 thing no comics in the future please.
Thanks! No problem, thanks for letting me know! :D
 I made it 
  January 21, 2013
Quoting David . Great work! I would like to know, how do you do that fire text?
Thanks! To do the fire text, I use html. If you want I can post the code here, or do you want me to post it in a group?
 I like it 
  January 21, 2013
10/10. 1 thing no comics in the future please.
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  January 21, 2013
10/10. 1 thing no comics in the future please.
David FNJ
Takanuva 77
  January 20, 2013
I love it, brilliant concept :D
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  January 20, 2013
Nice job! I like the two padawans... nice glowing fire text!
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  January 20, 2013
Nice job! I like the two padawans... nice glowing fire text!
 I like it 
  January 20, 2013
Great work! I would like to know, how do you do that fire text?
 I like it 
  January 20, 2013
Great work! I would like to know, how do you do that fire text?
 I made it 
  January 20, 2013
Quoting David Alexander Smith Brings new meaning to the term table scrap.
Wow, that was quick, thanks!
 I like it 
  January 20, 2013
Brings new meaning to the term table scrap.
 
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