Kernel Writing Text Structure in a Star Wars Force Arena Post about my two favorite heroes in the game!

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Hello everyone, DamonDaBoss here with another Star Wars post! Today’s post will be about one of the two Star Wars games on this blog as of now, which is, obviously, Star Wars: Force Arena! This post will be about Star Wars because of May Fourth, the unofficial Star Wars holiday. The previous post about the holiday is above, like usual. Now let’s get into today’s post!


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These are a few examples of Kernel Writing Text Structures (Sorry that it’s blurry)

 

To the left of this test is an example of Kernel Writing Text Structures, and I’ll be using one of them in today’s post (But, the one I’m using isn’t in the left hand image).

The structure I’ll be using today will be the Going Against the Grain prompt. This prompt focuses on comparing what the majority of people believe in, with the view of oneself. This is perfect for a Star Wars: Force Arena post, because many people, like in Clash Royale, all use popular “meta” decks, while I always make my own unique decks in any games I play. The actual writing steps for this prompt are shown in the below image, in the last rectangular box below. But that’s enough about the educational, informative, and somewhat boring side of this post, let’s now get into the gaming part of this special Star Wars blog post!

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Here are my two favorite heroes to use in the game, for each side. Since this game has two different sides, the dark side (Galactic Empire), and the light side (The Rebel Alliance), it has two different levels and decks; one for each side.

My first favorite hero, of both the two, is actually my Galactic Empire hero, Dengdengarar.

Some people think that the best dark side deck has to have Emperor Palpatine; not going to lie, but he’s really quite good. He actually might be the best hero overall, but I tend to enjoy using heroes with guns and long range more than those with a shorter range (which the Emperor is at a middle ground, not quite melee, but not far range). Still, he’s considered one of the best dark side heroes due to his importance in the Star Wars movies, and the Emperor abilities he has.

This seems to happen because Emperor Palpatine has a very powerful and special Unique, that only he can have (as each hero has a Unique back-up troop that only they can use in their deck).  The unique he has are the Royal Guards; cheap fighters that have decent health, good power, very fast speed, and a stun effect.

However I believe that Dengar is the best dark side hero because he has great range, good health, great attack, decent speed, and a special bomb bullet that he can use after consecutive attacks.

But I know people feel strongly that the Emperor is the best hero in the Galactic Empire because of his Royal Guards, his lighting attack (that hits multiple targets at once), and his strong attack.

Even so, I will always love using Dengar as my competitive dark side hero because of his bomb attack, his good range, and his Unique (which like the Emperor’s Unique, stuns targets. The differences, though, are that it’s name is 4-LOM, it has ranged attacks, and it was, “A rusty droid with insectile features, 4-LOM was originally a protocol droid, but logic glitches allowed him to escape his programming and become a bounty hunter. That proved a perfect occupation for the cold, calculating mechanical.” – Star Wars Databank.

Now here’s my second favorite hero; my first favorite light side hero, Bodhi Rook.

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Some people think, well actually A TON of people think, that the best Rebel Alliance hero is Luke Skywalker. I mean, just like the Emperor in the Galactic Empire, he’s quite powerful, but again, I prefer the long ranged qualities of Bodhi Rook. He may be weak in attack and health, but his special that lets him summon energy (used to spawn ally troops) and health packs (used to heal heroes) makes him worth using. But still, Luke Skywalker has amazing speed, attack, and good health; all traits that make him one of the most used heroes in the game.

This seems to happen because his Unique is Obi Wan Kenobi, a very expensive troop to summon, but one that can turn the enemy troops against one another using his powerful force abilities. People often overlook the less used, and “unimportant” heroes on both the sides, but they often are the most powerful overall.

However I believe that Bodhi Rook is the best light side hero in the long run. His Unique lets him summon a ship that focuses a lot of fire in one area, dealing powerful area damage. This is great to use against cheap enemy troops, and it has often been the game changer for me. Not only does he have a good Unique, but if he’s used correctly, his attacks can be devastating over a long period of time, and his special can keep him in the fight longer.

But I know people feel strongly that Luke Skywalker, or even the amazing Ezra Bridger, who might even best Luke because of his special abilities, are the best heroes on the light side anyway.

Even so, I will always be a big fan of Bodhi Rook, especially since they’re “buffing” him, or making him better, in future updates. So even if I think he’s good now, and he is, I wonder what using him will be like after the future updates roll in.


That’s it for today’s special Star Wars Kernel Writing Post! If you liked it, or have liked any of my prior posts (and hopefully my future posts), please, by all means, like, comment, re-blog, share, or follow this blog for more updates on new posts, new categories, and other new changes to this blog! As always, have a great day, and I’ll see you in the next post!

Learn more about this game, and the good decks in it, by checking out the official  Star Wars website now!

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Featured Image – bonuscheat.com

Image 1 – Trial of Breadcrumbs 

Image 2 – Moving Writers

Image 3 – Force Arena Decks

Image 4 – Force Arena Decks

Image 5 – Wookiepedia

Image 6 – Star Wars7x7


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Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes and Force Arena! AMAZING GAMES!

No previous post, since this is a new topic!

Hello everyone, and welcome to NiceGamingAdvice! Today is a duel post, or in other words, today’s post will be featuring two topics. One being Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, and the other, Star Wars: Force Arena. Make sure to like, comment, and re-blog this post for more like it! Thanks for all the support, and let’s get right into the topic!

Links for the home pages of the games will be connected to the titles.

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1. Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes

Initial release date: November 24, 2015

A game created by EA with the help of Lucasfilm LTD. This is literally one of my FAVORITE mobile games of all time. It’s also my second oldest mobile game, that I still play. If I had to put an order to my favorite mobile games in a top ten list, it would have to be this (My thoughts may change later on).

  1. Clash Royale
  2. Star Wars: Force Arena
  3. Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes
  4. Clash of Clans
  5. My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire
  6. DragonVale
  7. Pixelgun 3d
  8. Roblox
  9. PvZ: Heroes
  10. Pokémon GO and Duel
  11. BONUS: Abyssirium/Tap Tap Fish

Anyway, let’s get back on subject. This game is, and I’ll briefly explain in one sentence- but one can find more info on the linked page, or on the FULL Wikipedia explanation – “Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes is a mobile collectible card game RPG developed by Capital Games and published by Electronic Arts.” – Wikipedia. Besides that brief definition, you’ll find that there is much more to the game, be it Mod Battles, Guilds, Squad Battles, and  anything else in the Cantina. Now, enough about Galaxy of Heroes, let’s get a move on to Force Arena!

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2. Star Wars: Force Arena

Initial release date: January 11, 2017

A game created by netmarble, Disney, and Lucasfilm LTD. I honestly am terrible at explaining complex games like this, but before I use another source for a referenced description of this game, I just want to say that it’s quite similar to Clash Royale, expect it is held sideways and has heroes and others new features EX: healers that heal allied towers and buildings. Learn more about my Clash Royale account and breakdown at this post (my very first post on this blog)!

Using Star Wars’ website, www.starwars.com, I found the details about this game in a bullet point format, which is quite easy to understand in a quick format. Here is the website’s Details section for this app.

  • Battle or join forces with other players and friends from around the globe in real-time 1v1 or 2v2 real-time PvP arena battles.
  • Lead a team of iconic Star Wars characters including Han Solo, Darth Vader, and even new Rogue One A Star Wars Story characters such as Jyn Erso or Grand Moff Tarkin!
  • Collect character cards and upgrade your favorites to create the ideal Rebel or Imperial squad while leveraging powerful character duos that boost your effectiveness in battle.
  • Compete to earn rewards, special characters and bonus items by participating in events as you climb to the top of the leaderboards on your journey for galactic dominance!

That’s about it for the two subjects, which I’m so happy to be adding to this blog! I may put my next post on these games in a bundle format yet again, with gameplay images as well (which are my own)!

As always, have a great day, and don’t forget to stay tuned to this blog for more future posts (about once a week)! Have a nice day, and I’ll see you all later. Bye!

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Featured Image – Wikipedia

Image #1 (Galaxy of Heroes) – EA

Image #2 (Force Arena) – PreLaunch.me

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