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NiteStryker

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#1 16 years ago

Yea, but the TIE's can get away with it, and you can mabey picture repulsor-like engines in the back. The DS is perfectly spherical, you cant imagine engines n e where. At least with TIE's, you can make a good guess. The DS? Only Lucas knows.....




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#2 16 years ago
databank on starwars.com Splitting the station into two equal hemispheres was a huge equatorial trench 376 kilometers in length. This area of the station housed most of the major landing bays, [COLOR=red]drive thrusters[/COLOR], sensor arrays and tractor beam systems. Halfway between the equator and each pole were two supplementary trenches.

There we go. Its in the ring/equator thing that is around the DS.




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#3 16 years ago

oOo, so the engines are around the equator, but they arnt too visible, or am i missing something?:uhoh:




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#4 16 years ago

Yeah i don't see them either. There are prolly lots of them but they are very small.




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#5 9 years ago

Well, someone answer the damn question!

Fuck you 15 year old nitestryker.




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#6 9 years ago

Heheh, feels good having these threads rescued from the archives.

At first I thought you wrote this post as a troll. Then I saw the date. THIS MAN NEEDS AN ANSWER.




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#7 9 years ago

Haha thought I was trollin.

No, just an ig'nent 15 y/o nerd.




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#8 9 years ago

Lol, how does the Deathstar move? Well it was a computer generated image so probably very easily.




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#9 9 years ago

It had a lot of hamsters running in wheels that powered a gigantic space-fan




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#10 9 years ago

No, didn't you hear? The imperials set up a gigantic intergalactic network of fishing line. To move, the death star just changes to a different fishing line and starts sliding across. To stop, it just pinches the line really tight.