Sry for the wait, I just couldn’t think of what to write next Lolol XD
“Set blasters to stun, all of you.” Zeinli commanded through her comm. “I’m not killing anyone today. We just need enough time to get the king to safety.” “Copy that.” Steady replied.
“Rodger, Rodger.” Reel said, then let out, “-No! I’m no droid! I meant.. Uh… Right…[Read more]
lol, you’re good.
Ivaylo, Bo’, Gryphon, and the king charged out of the dark city streets and into the battle. Ivaylo offered cover for the others with his lightsaber while Gryphon and Bo’ fired at any droids within sight. They quickly reached Jaina and Zeinli’s sides and joined their efforts.
“What are you doing here?” Zeinli asked.
(Sry it’s taken me a while lol…)
Zeinli glanced at the direction the padawans had gone, worry creased her brows.
They were making their way through the sea of smashed, blasted, and sliced battle droids, going through more as they came.
She sliced at more droids, dodging their blasts.
Will was doing the same beside her, and fellow clones and w…[Read more]
How does that affect an airship?
Depends – I suppose – on the genre and setting.
Fantasy – not the forum for it.
Sci-fi? Well, most air-ships are go on the soft-side of sci-fi so you just need to be plausible and consistent enough that it doesn’t jerk the reader out of the story.
For example, if you say that ships can fly…[Read more]
Well, flying ships are quite a thing to read about or see in film. It is another matter to figure out how to make one fly. The current designs I have been working on use a combination of helium or similar material and large, high power engines. The real problem is the ones I am working on are warships. Armor is super heavy and…[Read more]
Yo. Flying ships.
How’s your new design coming along? And more importantly, how does it fly?
Whoa, that’d be an epic setting for a murder-mystery since it’d make it easier to explain why the sleuth is solving the crime instead of the police. Also just an epic novel setting in general, it looks so beautiful and exciting! I love the turkeys they looks like alien pilgrims.
Wow that’d be a constant…adventure. I know we’ve had to be pretty…[Read more]
Cool, I hope it sparked some new ideas.
Yeah, that movie had some fantastic visuals. I’d recommend it.
What’s it like in the mountains?
The climate is very dry year round. The major cities are pretty similar to any other I suppose, but if you’re crazy enough to live up in the mountains, it’s an experience.
Here’s a pic I took just this mor…[Read more]
You’re good. I hope you had a good trip!
(And yes, detonators were what I was thinking too.)
Solstice crouched atop one of the large generators and stuck the magnetic detonator to the metal surface. She jumped to the next generators and attached several more of the small bombs to them.
“All ready up here,” she called softly down to Goane…[Read more]
So so so sryyyy I took way too long! I’ve been on a trip XD
Goane carefully pried open the vent and peered out. No droids.
He climbed out and helped Solstice down.
The two looked around the room, then met each other’s eyes.
Solstice nodded, and she tossed him a detonator (is that the right thing? XD).
I haven’t seen the movie but it looks like it’s got a great aesthetic and fascinating concept! Thank you for the advice, I like researching excessively but when it comes to si-fi concepts it does end up like a magic system. This baby’s been in deep-storage for years waiting for a good plot to go with it.
I love the steampunk idea, I’d been startin…[Read more]
Have you seen upside-down?
Pretty interesting movie. They solve the gravity problem — twice. Of course, by “solve” I mean in sci-fi plot terms. I guess from a writing perspective it’s a lot like a magic system in fantasy – as long as you establish clear rules for what it can do and its li…[Read more]
Good points! I guess there’ll have to be a lot more ‘science’ to the undertaking and a whole new facet of aerodynamics to meet. Forward propulsion is a definite problem there, thanks for catching that! It might be fixed with engines in some cases but it’d always be either fighting or in harmony with gravity pull. And finding the right points…[Read more]
Hello there XD
I just saw the topic title and decided I’d pop in. I’m also as SW nerd. Like nerd to the max maybe. I also have a fanfiction and it’s been so much fun doing research for it on Wookiepedia lol
Well from what I know which is little, gravity pulls. When two gravitational fields meet, you get the hover ability. The catch is forward movement. To “surf” on the border of the two gravity fields, there must be continued movement of some fashion or the surfer will become stranded. Another problem is there would be no safe…[Read more]
(Sorry it took a while)
Rookie dodged several shots and leapt over the make-shift barricade that everyone was hiding behind. With the number of gunners they had now, they were just barely keeping the droids at bay. Wave after wave of battle droids pounded their forces, and they were weakening.
“Our distraction won’t las…[Read more]
@winter_rose I also like My Little Pony, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Lord of the Rings, The Eagle of the Ninth Chronicles. And yeah, I’m really trying to make my character likeable and someone audiences can relate to and root for. I’m also super protective and want to take care of my clone troopers!
Bo’ glanced at the king. He was having trouble keeping up, but the three knew they all had to hurry in order to reach the ship before the separatists found it.
As they hurried they were careful to dodge droids and wolf people. They couldn’t compromise this any more than they had to.
A nearby explosion sounded, the king jumped and Gryphon…[Read more]
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