Yes, that's what visible means.texanmarauder wrote: ↑2017-12-21 12:56amthat we see anyway.
If the Rebellion succeeds in destroying the walker, then the transport lifts away safely. Alternative endings depend on the planet. As far as I can remember, the only other ending is on Hoth, where the shield generator is destroyed if the walkers survive.you only think its reasonable because you want them to be canon. its a GAME ffs. since I haven't played it, what happens if you aren't victorious? is it a different cutscene? game over? provide some context for those of us who haven't played it. what scene? what mission?I think it is reasonable to assume these scenes are canon because they are in no way able to be influenced by or have an influence on gameplay. Because the article focuses almost entirely on elements that do have an effect or can be affected, I think this is reasonable. The point you continue to rehash, shields on an AT-AT, is totally gameplay related, and should therefore not be considered canon. Do you see the difference?
The Star Destroyer destroys the Corvette as part of the opening to the Survival mode on Tatooine. Nothing the player does can change this in any way.
This is not relevant in any way to the argument.
The game creators said it was canon and non canon in different places. You have proved one instance of non canon. That has no bearing on other components of the game.you are the one that claimed it was canon. therefore its up to you to prove that it is. you haven't done that. "I think its reasonable so that it helps my argument" proves absolutely nothing. even the creaters of the game said that its canon where its canon and non canon where its non canon. I have already given at least one example of it being non canon. does that mean the whole thing is canon? no. but you have yet to prove the cutscenes are canon. you cant.And regardless, you were and continue to be extremely presumptive about which elements are and are not canon, and with a degree of certainty I find disturbing given your total lack of evidence or even logical thought. Next time, put more than thirty seconds into your response before trying to redirect effort onto someone else. And for the love of God, please condense into just one or two posts!
Because all of the components of the game listed as non canon in the above article are gameplay related, and this is not, it is reasonable to assume this is one of the parts considered canon. Just like you assume that two explosions which look considerably different are not different, because you think so and it helps your argument. You don't know. I don't know. But this makes logical sense.
This does not in any way contradict anything we see on screen. If turbolasers have variable yield, for which we have no conclusive disproof, then this makes total sense. And as I said above, the Corvette goes from little visible damage to total disintegration. It may have been damaged along certain structural faults, but we still see a massive fireball and few whole components following the blast. We can see that it is not missing any major parts prior to its destruction, nor is it flaming, or already exploding. Regardless of its condition, this is a much more powerful blast than what disabled Tantive IV.its not hard to figure out. if there is something in any part of the game that doesn't jive with on screen canon then that part is not canon. we don't know the context of that blockade runner. how long had it been fighting? there were TIEs in the air too. did it go up against any of them before passing the ISD? without seeing the whole thing from start to finish that 2 seconds of the clip is useless anyway.