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Hello everyone. I decided I would make a little diorama battle based on the Clone Wars.

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The Chancellor examines his plans:

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Nadahr is a little scared:

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General Koon leads the charge:

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The spider:

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Need a light:

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The mysterious commander:

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Comments are greatly appreciated!

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I love it! A lot of troops and a fair amount of deaths. It looks like it could be anyone's battle. I ♥ flamethrowers!!! :wub:

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That, is a TON of Clones. it certainly looks as if you put a good bit of effort into this. Not a bad MOC over all..... :thumbup:

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A bit bland. It needs more than some shrubs,BURPs(Big Ugly Rock Pieces), figs, and bricks though. It shows a lot of baseplate. It would look better if you tiled/plated it. It looks a little odd with grey ground, and then shrubs.

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Phase I and Phase II clones fighting together? And do I see the return of the megaphone blasters? It looks like The Republic is running out of resources to fund new Phase II armors and blasters. :tongue: Nah, just kidding. Nice battle scene, pretty basic but you get the overall picture. The flamethrower is well-done though. :thumbup:

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Awesome, although perhaps lacking a little in detail? Good work, though.

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You might have considered wether or not to present this to us at all.

This looks like a few basplates with some burps (big ugly rock pices) and no more than that.

It's a nice display of your figs, but not relly a diorama or a moc either.

Sorry but it looks like a kids' play scene - somthing you would setup to play with.

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