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Imperial Invasion of Tridella . For Mission 2 Part 2 of Imperial Conquest . Crashed Ship Imperial Troops led by Imperial Lieutenant Jonathan J. Pastuch against the rebel miners Side Back Side Behind the Rebels No Mini Figures No Crashed Ship or Mini figures Crashed Dropship Rebel Miners Imperial Forces Tridella had previously been an ocean world, until it was utterly destroyed by asteroids. Now, with mostly all of its water gone, the many minerals lay exposed, making this planet an excellent mining planet. It is currently under control of this newly forming group of resistance fighters, rallying behind the name' The Rebel Alliance'. Lord Vader feels we should eliminate this threat before it gets any larger. And we could use this planet for mining. When we arrived onto the surface, our Star Destroyers launched our dropships from low orbit. The dropships quickly and gracefully maneuvered their way down to the surface, avoiding rebel blaster fire. We were fast, but not fast enough. Of all the dropships, ours got hit first. Those rebel bastards had some kind of cannon down there. Well, had a cannon down there. Our crippled dropship rammed right into it, crushing it. We made it out okay, but I can not say the same for the pilot. In the end, we overtook the planet, and exterminated this rebel scum from the planet surface. Our new dropships had passed the test, and gained Lord Vader's approval. Well, my dropship fell of of my dresser the other day, and I thought I could use it in my Dropship Test diorama in Imperial conquest. This is for Part 2 of Mission 2 in Imperial Conquest. Just so you know, the large areas of Light Bley are the minerals that were previously dissolved in the ocean. When the watter evaporated, it left behind Evaporates. The dark bley is bedrock. And the Rebel cannon was on top of the large rock the Dropship crashed on. Bad picture is bad. HK-55 Imperial Troop Dropship If you can't all ready tell, I'm not very active on MOC Pages anymore. So stop telling me to see your new mocs. Quite frankly, I wouldn't care even if I were active.

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