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WoK/StarWars Theory: Why Stormtroopers never hit anything.

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Stormtroopers have never been able to hit anything. Why is that? All their targets are Windrunners, of course!

And lightsabers? Cleverly designed Shardblades, polished with laser block polish.

 

 

If you have any Cosmere/BrandonSanderson Theories for Star Wars, post 'em here.

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Obviously, all Jedi/Seth are Awakeners, Windrunners, or Allomancers. It's so obvious I'm utterly shocked I didn't realize it before.

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No, jedi are all three, but sith are voidbinder inquisitor awakeners. Also seth is not a windrunner any more so he is none of the above.

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The Force is just atium-burning. Also, Grievous is a Hemalurgist. He doesn't collect lightsabers, he uses them as spikes. That's why he has Force times like a thousand.

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If only sith lightening were red (ie stormform) instead of blue...

 

Stormtrooper = lifeless army

yoda= atium compounder (he is so old he actually vanished when it ran out!)

Obiwan = shade (a very polite shade)

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A shade from Forests of Hell?

Yes. I'm referring to obiwan after he is killed by Vader. By the way...forest of he'll is the only consumers story that I have not read. So my reference may be poorly made.

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Not poorly made, just unclear. You could have been talking about two different things there. :P

 

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You think the bad guys all have the same shooting course?

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